Gerald Glenn Ford
September 11, 1952  -  May 8, 2018

Gerald Glenn Ford

Gerald Glenn Ford “MONK” 65, of Wickett Texas went home to the Lord on May 8,2018 peacefully at his home. Gerald was born on September 11, 1952 in Seminole Tx to the late JD and Veda Ford (hill) He was the baby of 3 siblings.
Gerald loved life. He never met a stranger and enjoyed time with his family and friends. Gerald was well known for love of BBQing or rather yet “smoking”. He could cook anything on a pit and make it melt in your mouth. He ran a BBQ truck for many years. He was very talented artist and enjoyed drawing and wood burning. He enjoyed fishing and being outdoors.
Gerald was survived by his wife Brenda Conely of Wickett, Tx
Sister : Diana & Art Mann of Wickett, tx
Brother: Jimmy & Mildred of Lubbock, Tx
His Son Gerald Glenn Ford II ( Rooter) & Michelle Ford of Burnet, Tx
3 grandkids-3 nephews-3 nieces and many great nieces and nephews.

Gerald was loved by many and will be missed greatly!

The family will be holding a memorial sometime in the future for family and friends.


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  1. Jim Ford
    Lubbock, TX

    It must have been a grand reunion in heaven upon your arrival. You, Mother, Daddy, Granny Hill and Pawpaw, Granny Ford, and all of our aunts and uncles and cousins that went before. May you rest in final peace with our Lord Jesus. Amen.

  2. Gerald G Ford ll aka ( Rooter)
    Burnet, TX

    Um where do I start.. Well Dad I'm sorry it had to be this way for us to get together again. Just wish we could of had more time to get to know each other. You will always be in my heart and thoughts. And just so you know up there in heaven, I do and always have loved you.. Goodbye Dad

  3. Jesse Cook
    Monahans, TX

    So long buddy we had some good times together when we were growing up . The friendship remained strong all these years .After we got older we didn’t hang out as much but the closeness remained say hello to your mom and dad for me. I remember the pints.

  4. Dena Taylor
    Temple, TX

    You will definately be missed. I have 3 favorite memories of you: #1) when i was little you had me convinced thhadyoure thumb and forefinger, when put in the shape of a gun, could shoot water at me. Turns out that you were "gleeking"! Gross! Lol. #2) you had a tshirt airbrushed in bright colors that said "want some" on the front and "come get you some" on theback. I loved that shirt and you would let me wear it when i went out .on the weekends. #3) Last but NOT least, you turned me on to the EAGLES! You let me borrow your cassettes of them. I couldnt get enough! These memories will live with me forever and i thank u for each and every one! Watch over us and give Nanny a kiss for me! Love u!

    Tigard, OR

    We did not see each other later in life. but I was always thinking of you .May you rest in peace.see you down heavens road. Love cousin Rita

  6. Ashley Taylor
    Fort Stockton, TX

    Uncle, Gerald you will
    Be missed by many o don’t know what to think now not seeing you driving that truck around all the time, I am seetain nanny is so happy to have you with her now I know she has missed you and you have missed her! Y’all look over us and guid us all in path of the lord ! May you Rest In Peace !

  7. Diana Mann
    Wickett, TX

    Love you little brother, G.G. You will be missed

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