Jack Ray Jaroszewski
December 14, 1948 – February 15, 2020
Jack Ray Jaroszewski, 71, of Shiner, Texas passed away on Saturday, February 15, 2020 at his residence.
Cremation Rites are under the direction of Buffington Funeral Home in Shiner, Texas. No Services are scheduled at this time.
Jack was the son of Victor Otto and Bernice (Nollkamper) Jaroszewski. After graduation from high school, Jack attended the University of Texas at Austin and graduated in December, 1971 with a Bachelors Degree in Psycology. Jack liked to read, and going hunting and fishing. He worked at the HEB Corporate Office in San Antonio, Texas for 25 years until his retirement as a Computer Programmer and Information Technologist. The family would like to express their appreciation and thanks to Jack’s caregivers whom Jack considered family. A special thank you is extended to Jack’s extended family, the Werner family.
Jack is survived by his brother, Dale Jaroszewski of Austin, Texas. He was preceded in death by his parents; Victor Otto and Bernice Jaroszewski, and one brother; Wayne Jaroszewski.
In lieu of flowers, the family request memorials be made to the Shiner Animal Shelter / 802 N. Avenue E / Shiner, Texas 77984
To join the family in celebrating Jack’s life, and to offer words of comfort, please go to: www.buffingtonfuneralhomeshiner.com
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Jack Ray Jaroszewski
February 19, 2020
I got to know Jack during the time he worked for the UTSA Information Technology Office. Always kind, helpful and had a wonderful sense of humor.
He was well respected and liked by all who knew him.
My condolences to his family and friends.
February 18, 2020
Jack & I attended Highland Park Lutheran School from 1st to 4th grade together. I remember him being taller than anyone else and very friendly and well liked by all. We both went to Highlands High School together and sometimes talked in the hallways between classes. He lived near one of my best friends, Don Curling off of Goliad and I also used to see him there.
Rest in Peace Friend!