Jere Bruner Bush
February 27, 1944 - November 27, 2014
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Jere Bruner Bush died on November 27, 2014, in Ruston, Louisiana. Born in Mineola, Texas, on February 27, 1944, he was the son of Haley and Fern Bruner Bush. During his early years in Mineola, Longview, and Shreveport, he grew up with close ties to a large extended family and frequent visits to grandparents. He…

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Sherry and Dave Hoover left a message on December 13, 2014:
Jere, will be missed. He made everyone laugh and feel happy. Sherry will not forget his Mustache. He will always be an one remember by HP Friends.
Sherry and Dave Hoover left a message on December 13, 2014:
Jere, will be missed. He will always be remember by his follow employees at HP.
Gerry Peralez left a message on December 10, 2014:
Soon after Jere was hired at HP, I had an accident that kept me at home for several days and Jere, bless his heart, brought me a big bouquet of flowers and sat with me several times thru my recuperation. What a sweetheart! We were close friends thru his years at HP. I am just sorry I lost contact with him when he moved to Texas.
Wendy Kelson left a message on December 1, 2014:
Jere had many delightful qualities but my favorite was his sense of humor. I had the privilege of working with him for several years at Agilent Technologies in Denver, CO. It was my first "real job" after college. I had no idea work could be so fun! I actually looked forward to going to work because JB was there. There are few men as generous, compassionate, and kind as Jere. He blessed the lives of many and certainly made my life better for knowing him. He will be greatly missed! May peace, love, and prayers be with his family and friends during this celebration of Jere's amazing life!
Emily and Bob Bailey left a message on November 30, 2014:
I will always remember Jere's easy manner and sense of humor. Some of my best memories of Yellowstone are those listening and laughing with Jere. I wish I had the privilege of knowing him longer. May the many memories of great times together bring you comfort at this difficult time.
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Bob Mustin left a message on November 30, 2014:
Jere and I have been friends since grade school. He was a bright fellow in high school, made learning seem easy. I visited him several times in Colorado. Since his vagabond ways and sense of adventure following his retirement took him away from his home base, it was hard to track him down. Still, we managed to connect occasionally, always delightful encounters with his sharp mind and wry sense of humor. He will be missed by all who knew him.
Lynn Stephens left a message on November 29, 2014:
Yellowstone just won't be the same without jb. Sure wish he'd had more years to take the old faded blue hat to more locations. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Mary Beth Schwarz left a message on November 29, 2014:
Waiting for Giant, Morning, Grand, and other geysers was fun with jb. Our East Texas gazer will be missed! Sending thoughts and prayers for the family.
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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