Lt Col Jerry D Belobraydic  May 23 1944  July 6 2018

Lt Col Jerry D Belobraydic May 23 1944 July 6 2018

Obituary for Lt. Col. Jerry D. Belobraydic A requiem mass for Lt. Col. Jerry D. Belobraydic, 74, of Tyler, will be held on Friday, July 13, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church with Rev. James Rowland, Rev. Timothy Kelly, and Msgr. John Flynn officiating. A graveside service will be held Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. at the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery Central in Radcliff, Kentucky under the direction of Stewart Family Funeral Home. Mr. Belobraydic passed away Friday, July 06, 2018 in Tyler. He was born May 23, 1944 in East St. Louis, Illinois to Emil Matthew Belobraydic and Virginia Johnson Belobraydic. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Michael James Belobraydic. Jerry was a member of St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus, The Rotary Club of Tyler, MOAA, GTOAA, Corvettes of Tyler, and Numerous Car Clubs. He graduated from Webster College in Saint Louis, Missouri with a Master of Arts. He was a Vietnam Veteran, who retired from the United States Army after serving 26 years. Jerry was a Medical Administrator for several practices in Kentucky, Georgia, and retired from Pulmonary Specialists of Tyler. One of his fondest jobs was working at Granite City Steel,that produced the material that built the St. Louis Arch. He is survived by his loving family including his wife of 38 years, Susan Moore Belobraydic; his daughter, Emily Anne Belobraydic; his two sons, Michael Emil Belobraydic, Paul David Belobraydic and his wife, Ali; his sister, Linda Belobraydic Schneider and her two daughters, Laura Starosta and Lisa Nelson; his brother, Donald Joseph Belobraydic and his son, Matthew Emil Belobraydic. Jerry was blessed by many wonderful friends. Visitation is scheduled from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 12, 2018 at St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church with a rosary to follow at 7:30. If desired, memorials may be made in honor of Jerry to Saint Mary Magdalene Knights of Columbus or The Belles. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Lt. Col. Jerry D. Belobraydic please visit our Sympathy Store. Previous Events Visitation © Stadia Maps, © OpenMapTiles © OpenStreetMap Get Driving Directions JUL 12. 05:30 PM – 07:30 PM St Mary Magdalene Catholic Church 18221 FM 2493 Flint, TX, US, 75762-8345 Rosary © Stadia Maps, © OpenMapTiles © OpenStreetMap Get Driving Directions JUL 12. 07:30 PM St Mary Magdalene Catholic Church 18221 FM 2493 Flint, TX, US, 75762 Requiem Mass © Stadia Maps, © OpenMapTiles © OpenStreetMap Get Driving Directions JUL 13. 10:30 AM St Mary Magdalene Catholic Church 18221 FM 2493 Flint, TX, US, 75762 Graveside Serv. © Stadia Maps, © OpenMapTiles © OpenStreetMap Get Driving Directions JUL 17. 01:30 PM Kentucky Veterans Cemetery Central 2501 N. Dixie Blvd. Radcliff, KY, US, 40160 veterans.ky.gov/cemeteries/Pages/KVCC.aspx

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Lt Col Jerry D Belobraydic May 23 1944 July 6 2018.Source: Stewart Family Funeral Home

Death notice for the town of: Tyler, state: Texas

death notice Lt Col Jerry D Belobraydic May 23 1944 July 6 2018

obituary notice Lt Col Jerry D Belobraydic May 23 1944 July 6 2018

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  1. To the family of Jerry Belobraydic. As I was searching for my Johnson past, from Collinsville, Illinois, I came across this notice. I’m so sorry for your loss. I always looked up to Jerry when we were youngsters. My brother Gordon and I would come over to Uncle Tex’s and aunt Ginnie”s home to visit with our parents, and Jerry showed me something fascinating in their basement. How to make solder balls with a cup of water and a soldering gun. That made me curious about liquid to solid transformations. That curiosity, has stayed with me my whole life. Jerry, Mickey, Gordon and I would always play some form of ball, when we got together. Most of the time, I didn’t want to go home with my parents, because I enjoyed visiting my cousins so much. I always considered myself a “Johnson” instead of Hurne and all of our aunts and uncles called me “little Joe”, I guess because I looked so much like Grandpa Joe Johnson. Anyway, I wanted to express my condolences even though I’m a little late. Jerry was one of my favorite cousins because he had such a warm heart. He never acted “older” than me, even though there was a 4 year gap in our ages and it would have been accepted if he didn’t want to spend time with us, but he stayed and spent the time. I always admired him for that, and Uncle Tex and Aunt Ginnie didn’t make him stay out of politeness, he just did it.



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