Jerry Harvey Ticer


Jerry Harvey Ticer
Jerry Harvey Ticer

Jerry Harvey Ticer, 90, of Amarillo, TX passed away on September 3, 2021.

There will be a private family service.  

Jerry Harvey Ticer was born in Childress, Texas on November 17, 1930, to Claude Ticer and Gladys Mitchell. He attended Community Center schools. On April 23, 1949, he married June Colleen Eudey. They lived in Childress until he was drafted into the Army in 1952, and he was stationed at Ft. Bliss in El Paso, Texas. After being discharged from the Army in 1954, they moved back to Childress, where he worked for the Childress Index Newspaper. They moved to Plainview, Texas in 1959, and he began working at the Plainview Daily Herald as a linotype operator until he retired in 1995. While in Plainview, he was a member of College Heights Baptist Church. In 2016, he and Colleen moved to Amarillo, Texas.

He will be missed by his wife of 72 years, and two children: Jerry Harvey Ticer, Jr. and wife, Dolores, of Amarillo, and Teri Jean Ticer of Plainview. Jerry is also survived by two grandchildren, Leah Beck, and husband, Bryan, of McKinney, Texas, and Avery Ticer, and wife, Christina, of Edina, Minnesota, and two great-grandchildren, Bart and Rose Ticer.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to your favorite charity.

5 Replies to “Jerry Harvey Ticer”

  1. Sending prayers to Jerry’s family and friends. We will always remember our years at the Plainview Daily Herald when our parents worked there together. RIP, Ticer… Ben Thompson and Stephanie Thompson

  2. We love and miss you PePaw. Thank you for being such a fun grandfather and giving me such awesome childhood memories. And, thank you for the great example you set for us.

  3. I will make a donation to AGFC. He was such a good teacher during hunting trips. Still tell people about the birds. So sorry for your loss Jerry and Teri.

    Monty Horner

  4. Miss you Pepaw! Thank you so much for all the fun times and all you did for us. So proud of you and all the great lessons.


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