Jaster, Charles Edward

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Charles Edward Jaster of Plano, Texas , passed away on Wednesday, March 19, 2014. He was 64 years old.

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15 replies on “Jaster, Charles Edward”

Jane Young Billingsley says:

Charles was a friend and classmate at Arkansas High School in Texarkana (class of 67′). He was a very kind, sweet person whom I’m certain will be missed terribly. May God hold the family close and comfort them as they grieve. May you also find solace in your memories of your loved one.

Phyllis Stone Miles. AHS Class of 67 says:

So sorry to hear about Charles passing last month. I just heard yesterday. Praying for comfort and peace for the family that passes all understanding.

Jayne (Thurman) Cooper says:

So sorry to hear of Charles’ passing. He was a classmate of mine at Arkansas High. May the Lord bless and keep you through this hard time and fill your days with treasured memories, that will somehow bring a smile. I will be praying for you.

Marie McDowell Jeane says:

Please accept my sympathy in the loss of Charles. We were classmates at AHS class of 67. Keeping the family in prayer.

Roger Norsworthy says:

RIP ,my child hood friend!

Marilou and Bob Lewis says:

Our thoughts as prayers are with the family as you come to terms with your loss. May the sweet memories, that Charles has left you with, give you comfort in the days ahead. Charles was such a sweet and kind person. He will be missed by many.
Marilou Cox Lewis and Bob Lewis
AHS Class of 1967

Betty Leavelle Norton says:

Charles use to live across the street when we were in elementary school. We went thru high school together. Super nice person

Nancy Ingram says:

So sorry to hear of Charles’ passing. He was my classmate at AHS class of 67. My thoughts and prayers are with family and friends.

Sharon Andrews says:

Charles was a classmate from first grade on through high school. He was always such a nice person. I am sorry I can not attend his memorial but I am praying for comfort for his loving friends and family. God bless you for taking care of him.

Lindy Henry (Walker) says:

Charles was always one to smile and never complain. I knew him from first grade through twelfth, and I one of those “North Heights Kids” too. There we’re few of us at North Heights but we had lots fun; riding horses and playing at the creek. Charles was probably more serious than David, Sharon, Betty, Nancy, lots more, and me. As an adult, we all scattered from the old neighbourhood, but I feel he was a good family man. Nice young guys were all we had at Arkansas High and he was one of the nicest. I am sad to hear he died. My thought & prayers are with you who love him and whom he loved. Dr Lindy & R “Mike” Henry, Waxahachie, TX

Drs Lindy and Mike Henry says:

Charles was always one to smile and never complain. I knew him from first grade through twelfth, and I one of those “North Heights Kids” too. There we’re few of us at North Heights but we had lots fun; riding horses and playing at the creek. Charles was probably more serious than David, Sharon, Betty, Nancy, lots more, and me. As an adult, we all scattered from the old neighbourhood, but I feel he was a good family man. Nice young guys were all we had at Arkansas High and he was one of the nicest. I am sad to hear he died. My thought & prayers are with you who love him and whom he loved. Lindt & Mike, Waxahachie, TX

Drs. Lindy & Mike Henry says:

Charles was always one to smile and never complain. I knew him from first grade through twelfth, and I one of those “North Heights Kids” too. There we’re few of us at North Heights but we had lots fun; riding horses and playing at the creek. Charles was probably more serious than David, Sharon, Betty, Nancy, lots more, and me. As an adult, we all scattered from the old neighbourhood, but I feel he was a good family man. Nice young guys were all we had at Arkansas High and he was one of the nicest. I am sad to hear he died. My thought & prayers are with you who love him and whom he loved. Lindy & Mike Henry, Waxahachie, TX

David A Mallette says:

Well, Charlie, you graduated ahead of most of us, and with honors. It’s the devoted friends who loved you that are your earthly memorial. Hope you have a North Heights group organized when the rest of us show up.

Nunc dimittis servum tuum, Domine, secundum verbum tuum in pace:Quia viderunt oculi mei salutare tuumQuod parasti ante faciem omnium populorum:Lumen ad revelationem gentium, et gloriam plebis tuae Israel.

Lonnie Jaster says:

It’s sad to lose a brother. Many wonderful years of growing up in Texarkana, AR. Many wonderful years of playing sports in the back yard. Will miss you brother. Safe journey brother, will see you again I’m sure.

Mark Wayne Jaster says:

Miss you brother…I am sure we will get to see you again!!!!

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