Jerry Eastridge Obituary, Death – Gone But Never Forgotten see you in Heaven I am a Christian Brother and I am writing to you. When someone has provided you with a lot of reasons to remember them in the first place, it is difficult to forget about them later on. You have now crossed the threshold into the realm of golden pavement at this moment in time. Congratulations! He is a decent human being. Regarding him, I have an extremely high level of regard for himself as an individual. In no way, shape, or form is there going to be a pause in our connection…
You will always hold a very special and significant place in my thoughts and feelings. # We’ll talk to you in the morning, and in the meantime, we hope you have a fantastic day.He is the brother of the sister who is currently working as a missionary in Africa, and the sister is his sister. We are sorry to inform you of the demise of a clergyman who has served the Texico District for a significant amount of time. He was a long-time member of the congregation. Our thoughts and prayers are with him as well as with his family and friends at this time. Reverend Jerry Eastridge had devoted a significant portion of his life to loving and serving His Jesus as well as the Texico District for a considerable amount of time by that point.
Both of these activities held a significant amount of significance for him. On Sunday, he was given the opportunity to move through with the process of getting his award. In each and every way imaginable, he will be greatly missed!!. The funeral and memorial service that will be held in memory of Reverend Eastridge will be held at the following location: The United Pentecostal Church can be found in Tohatchi, New Mexico at 219 Pentecostal Way. The zip code for this church’s location is 87325. This is a rundown of the events that are going to take place in chronological order:
We will be holding an event called “Stroll Down Memory Lane” on the evening of Monday, July 17, at 6:30 o’clock in the evening. There will be a Memorial Service held in Memory of the Departed on the 18th of July, Tuesday, at 10 a.m. in the venue of your choice. We ask that you remember to pray for the wonderful Eastridge family while you go about your daily devotions and that you do so intentionally.