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Gerald “Jerry” Weeden, 82, died peacefully at home while surrounded by family on February 24, 2018. He was preceded in death by his parents Clyde Lucky, Ollie Weeden, and son Gerald King. He is survived by his loving wife Jeannette “Jeannie” Loyd Weeden, daughter Julie Harris and husband Steven; daughter Sherrie Arnold and husband Barto; daughter in law Bernie King; granddaughter Ashley Mullen and husband Dan; granddaughter Taylor South and husband Danny; granddaughter Laura Jepsen and husband John; grandson Bradley Farias and wife Lillian; and his five great-grandchildren, Cullen, Audrey, Ethan, Camille, and Charlotte.

Born in Fort Worth, Texas, on August 9, 1935, Gerald graduated from Grozier Technical High School in 1953 where he played football. After high school he served in the United States Navy Reserves. In 1957, he married his sweetheart to whom he stayed married 60 years until death. He dearly loved history and was a part of it by being one of the last people to see John F. Kennedy alive. He was an avid jogger and lover of golf. He worked for Oak Mirror and Glass in Dallas, Texas, for 44 years and stayed close to his coworkers after retiring in 2000. He and Jeannie moved to The Woodlands, Texas in 2004 in order to remain close to their family.

Services will be held at The Woodlands United Methodist Church at 2pm on Thursday March 1st, 2018 and burial will be at Shady Grove Cemetery in Burnet County at 2pm on Friday March 2nd, 2018.

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The Woodlands United Methodist Church

2200 lake woodlands dr
the woodlands, tx 77380


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