OBITUARY

Jack E. LeCroy Jr.

March 12, 1953November 30, 2012
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Jack Ernest LeCroy Jr. was born on March 12, 1953 in Houston, TX. He went to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on November 30, 2012, in the Bryan Texas area.

Jack was a plumbing contractor for many years. He loved working with his hands and getting the opportunity to meet and help new people on a daily basis.He loved his family, friends, and church with his whole heart. He served various churches in the ministry of music. He was a dedicated viola player of the Champion Forest Baptist Church orchestra, Calvary Baptist Church in Beaumont, and a charter member of the Kingwood Pops.

Jack is survived by his mother Jackie LeCroy; sister Suzanne Lang and husband Wayne of Houston; fiance Starr Stout of Vidor; daughter Ashlee McCauley and husband Eddie of Houston; daughter Angel LeCroy of Houston; grandson Connor McCauley of Houston. He was preceded in death by his father, Jack Ernest LeCroy Sr.

The family will receive friends on Thursday, December 6, 2012, from 5:00 pm until 8:00 pm in the Hunters Creek Chapel at Earthman Funeral Directors, 8303 Katy Freeway, Houston, Texas 77024. Funeral Service will be on Friday, December 7, 2012, at 10:00 am in the Chapel at Champion Forest Baptist Church, 15555 Stuebner Airline Road, Houston, Texas 77069. Interment to be private.

In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Kingwood Pops Orchestra. P.O.Box 6914, Kingwood, Texas 77325, www.kingwoodpops.org.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, December 6, 2012
  • Funeral Service Friday, December 7, 2012
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December 7, 2012

Dear Jackie, Suzanne and Family: Our family expresses our deepest Christian Sympathy to you in the homegoing of Jack. May the Lord give you HIS very special comfort and care during the hours and days now and ahead! Your firnes of the years, the Family of Claude W, Delma, Claudia, Melanie, Kevin and Jeff Jacks, for Pastor-family, First Baptist Church, Heights, Houston, TX.

Claudia Jacks Flora

December 7, 2012

Jackie and Suzanne,
I am so deeply sorry for your loss of Jack. I remember good times shared at Heights First Baptist Church so many years ago when we were all young teenagers. I really enjoyed getting to visit with him when his dad passed away. He was an amazing man filling your hearts with so many memories and love for the rest of your lives. He now watches over you with his very big heart, his big smile and his love for you all.

Chuck Campbell

December 6, 2012

I've always viewed viola players as providing a steady, calm influence on the rest of the orchestra. That is how I have always viewed Jack as well. I've enjoyed the time we spent playing music at Champion Forest and he was always such a steady, kind person. I'm saddened that I will no longer get to play with him on this side of heaven but I know that he is safe in God's hands and that I will see him again.

Charles & Susan Miller

December 6, 2012

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Gerrelyn Davidson

December 6, 2012

Angel,

Although we only took a handful of classes together a year or so ago, and worked in a class group I think you're a very nice, intellegent, and motivated person. I'm sure your dad was that and more! I just want you to know that I have been and will continue to pray for you and your family in this hard time during the holiday season. Do know however that your dad is very proud of you, and may not be there physically but will be cheering you on as you take your glorious walk across the stage in a few weeks as a college graduate! Congrats, and God Bless!

Mary Garber

December 6, 2012

I didn't know your dad but he had to be special to have you as a daughter. He is with the Angels and our Saviour. He will always be with you in your heart and the good memories you have of him. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you

jerryann darnell

December 6, 2012

Jack was such a sweet brother in law to me for many years. I've never known any man as soft spoken as he was. Jack left behind to gorgeous daughters with his personality attached to them. Jack was a good daddy and will be missed. Jesus just needed him more and he has the best.

Kristen Louden

December 6, 2012

My heart is heavy right now for my family. Jack was definitely a very kind man and I have been blessed to have known him. When my family found me (I'm adopted) he immediately welcomed me in. We spent many times talking and sharing stories. He has loved his family more than himself and that was very obvious. He was a truly kind hearted man, talented, and god fearing. My heart breaks for my sisters Angel and Ashlee. They have lost their father here on earth, but he is now rejoicing with his father in heaven!! Man I tell you what....I can only imagine what he and Gerald are up to right now!!! I know he's happy to be united with his best friend again!! Oh how those two always made me laugh. We never understand why God "lets" these types if things happen. Questioning him is only human, but girls...remember that everything happens in Gods time even though we may not understand why. Remember the joy and keep those wonderful memories beside you for his earthly body may be gone but he will live within you forever. I love you both and I know how much your dad loved his girls!
Matthew 5:4 Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.

Patti Jones

December 6, 2012

We have always loved Jack! Although we have not seen him in a while, when we did it was as if we were not apart. He was an amazing man and I know he loved his children and grandchild.Although we are so sad at his passing we are so glad he is in the presence of our Savior!
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you!Steve, Patti and Jeremiah Jones

December 5, 2012

My condolences to Jack's family. What a blessing to know that he is with the Lord he loved so much.

Some of the very best times of my life were spent playing "42" with Jack, into the wee hours of the morning. He was without equal at the game, and had hilarious stories to tell while we played.

I will truly miss him, the rest of my life.

Jill Barnett Kirkonis
Cleveland, Texas