Dear Tammy, Justin and family,
So very sorry for the passing of your loved one. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Hold tight to all your wonderful memories together to help comfort you in the days ahead.
David, Christy, Madison and Dawson Moran
We appreciate the brief moment in time we had with Jack. He was easy to talk to and entertaining.
Jason and Ruth Gracey
As a young girl I have some very funny memories of Jack. He was always smiling and I remember him cooking Tammy and I a BIG breakfast in the mornings . He taught me how to use mashed potatoes in the morning to make “fried potato cakes “ .Now weather this is true or not (I’m not sure if he was just trying to entertain Tammy and I on a fishing trip) he told us to put a stick in the dirt and rub another stick together to make the worms come out ! It did work but he was sure enjoying watching 2 little girls rub sticks for fishing worms ! We won’t mention the time he let Tammy drive the boat (much to my demise ) and she hit the gas and I flew out! I was fine but we were all laughing after that ! As we grew older I watched him become the BEST Paw any child could want ! He loved and took care of his boys . He left such a huge legacy and very large shoes for everyone that knew him to fill! I know words can’t fill this gap but I can say that I can only hope and pray to have left such a lasting mark on those that knew me like he did . Love and prayers to all of you !
I’m so sorry for y’all’s loss... Jack was a ray of sunshine and I always looked for that smiling face when we showed up at a family reunion... I’m sad that will never happen again but I know we will see him in heaven.. them Baird boys are having a fishing tournament and Jack is giving them a run for the biggest fish.... sending prayers for comfort and big hugs..RIP Cuz... I love ya
Karen Baird McDonald
San Antonio, TX
Brenham Memorial Chapel, 2300 Stringer St., Brenham, Texas77833