Jerry Ringo

Jerry Ringo
Jerry Ringo

Jerry Ringo, 74, of Amarillo, TX passed away on November 21, 2020.

Services will be at 1:00 P.M., Tuesday, November 24, 2020, at Trinity Baptist Church with Randy Srader officiating. Burial will be at Memory Gardens Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Jerry was born on October 3, 1946 to Jack and Clara Foster. She grew up in Tulia, Texas where she met and fell in love with her high school sweetheart, Richard Ringo.  Richard and Jerry got married on March 7, 1965.  They were married for 55 years.  During that time, they built a beautiful family together.  They loved big and taught their children, Randy, Jackie, and Jerry Clark to do the same. Jerry worked in many jobs but her favorite by far was working as a paraprofessional for Amarillo Independent School District.  She loved to work with the special needs kids and had a true love for each child.  When she was not working, she loved to tear up the dance floor in her younger years.  Jerry loved each of her grandchildren with all her heart. Grandma and Grandad rarely missed an event for any grandkid. She loved to sit on the porch swing and watch the birds.  She loved all of her pets, and there were many.  She loved Country music especially George Strait.  She thought he was a handsome guy.  She enjoyed watching Westerns on TV and was a faithful fan of Young and The Restless.  She thought it was a treat to get her nails and toes done and rarely missed an appointment.  She has an amazing family that will miss her daily.

She is survived by her husband, Richard Ringo; son, Randy Ringo and his husband Ramon LaPenta; daughter, Jackie Selman and her husband Gaylon; son, Jerry Clark Ringo and wife Julie; grandchildren, Lauren, Lacye, Leighson, and Langstyn Selman, Austin Ringo and wife Vannessa, Avrey Ringo and wife Stormey, Emilie Betzen and husband Jordan, Abbie Chapmond, Creighton Ringo, and Faith Ramonez; great-granddaughter, Brileigh Ringo; great-grandson, Weston Chappell; and many nieces, nephews, and extended family members and friends.

16 Replies to “Jerry Ringo”

  1. So sorry to hear about the loss of Jerry. She lived across the street from me when I was a senior. Richard was in my class so we became good friends since I was new to Tulia. Enjoyed seeing both of them at class reunions throughout the years. Richard, I am we are sending hugs & prayers.

  2. Jackie, So sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. I learned of it too late to make her service. My love to you and your family. May God comfort you.
    Betsy McCampbell

  3. Dear Randy and family, my heart goes out to you and your entire family. I’m so sorry for your loss. Randy, may your sweet mum’s soul rest in perfect peace, Amen 🙏.

  4. We are so sorry we could not be at the service .Prayers going out for Richard and all the family. She was a sweet lovable lady and a long time friend. We will miss her.

  5. Jackie and family,
    I just finished watching your Mother’s service on line.It was a lovely tribute and I was proud of you noting all the special things you remembered. I know that was hard but you did great!! I saw sweet Langstyn and she looked so pretty. Loved the girls trio of music, too!
    God bless you all as you recover from all this and pray you will be safe and well.
    Love you,
    Sue

  6. So sorry to read this this morning! I’m one of the extended family. We enjoyed our visit with Jerry and Richard so, much at your last reunion in Amarillo. Our prayers for Richard and the family!

  7. It was a pleasure to know something of her sense of humour and don’t-mess-with-Texas pizzazz through her son Randy when he was in the UK. Our condolences to all the family on your loss.

  8. My heart is broken. I looked forward to every summer getting to spend time in Amarillo with Uncle Richard, Aunt Jerry, Randy, Jackie, and Jerry Clark. Aunt Jerry always opened her home to us and made us always feel welcome. Great memories with her and the Ringo family. I wish I could be there in person to give each of you a hug, but I will be watching online. I love you and miss you all!

  9. Absolutely one of the worst things of this year. I am so heartbroken over her death. I know my Uncle is devastated by her loss. My heart goes out to him. As well as many prayers.

  10. All my love and prayers go to my Uncle Richard and his family! I know nothing I say will remove your pain. I love you Aunt Jerry and will miss you so much. Will see you on the other side! We cannot attend as we are quarantined but will watch on line and will be there in spirit!

  11. May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days and years ahead. Our most sincere condolences.

  12. Sorry for your loss! I worked with Jerry at Hamlet Elementary and enjoyed her wonderful smile and laugh. I know she will be missed because I know how Jackie loved her mother. God give you the peace and comfort in the days to come!

  13. My heart breaks for my Uncle Richard and cousins Randy, Jackie & Jerry Clark and their families. Every year for many years we looked forward to going to Amarillo and spending time with our Texas family, and we always enjoyed staying at their house and Aunt Jerry putting up with us, she will be sorely missed. My Dad was very protective of me growing up, and Uncle Richard and Aunt Jerry were the only ones he entrusted me with, and that tells a lot. I am so sorry that I am unable to be there for her service, but I am there in spirit, and will be watching online. I love all of you very much. RIP Sweet Aunt Jerry

  14. Richard and family, We are so sorry for your loss of Jerry. Our hearts hurt for you all. She was a precious person. We will not be able to be there on Tuesday to support you because we are in quarantine(covid). We love you and will keep you in our prayers.

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