Earl Douglas Jameson

Graveside inurnment, with military honors, for Earl Douglas Jameson, 93, Lawrence, will be 11:30  March 29, 2014, at Vinland Cemetery,

Earl was born October 18, 1920, in Billings, MT. the son of Roy and Myrtle Stevenson Jameson. When he was eight he and his family moved to Vinland, KS, where they stayed.

Earl was in veteran of three foreign wars. He was a bomber pilot in World War II, and was shot down and spent ten months as a German POW. He was with OSI during the Korean War and was a Military Air Advisor to the South Vietnamese Army.

He married Helen Marie Schrader in 1947, at the Presbyterian Church in Lawrence, KS. She preceded him in death.

Survivors include his daughter Barbara and her husband Charles. Five grandchildren Colton Morris and wife Heather, Debre’ Charlton and husband Matt, Kimberly Wass and fiance Derrick, Tammy Parker and husband Chris, and Wayne Morris and wife Sonia. He had eleven great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren.

He is preceded in death by his beloved wife  Helen and  his brothers Howard and Lloyd.

Messages & Condolences

From Scott & Trina Jameson...

Deepest Sympathy Barb & family

From Diane Larochelle...

To family,
My sincere condolences .There is no greater pain than the death of a loved one. Sometimes it seems almost more than a person can bear. Jehovah God helps us with this in His word. He promises us that He will put a stop to all sickness and death will be no more (REV 21;3.4) Jehovah shows His love for us through the ransom sacrifice of His beloved son Jesus Christ. What a wonderful gift to be given ! Then the hope of seeing one’s loved ones again on this earth transformed in a paradise as it was Jehovah’s will when He created Adam & Eve .

From Sara Chappell...

Barbara & Charles,
Colonel Earl Jameson was one of my role models. I only hope I live such an upbeat life. Considering the pain he was in this last rocky year, his positive attitude was truly amazing. What a man!

From Sara Chappell...

Barbara and Charles,
We were saddened to learn of Earl’s death and want you to know that we are thinking of you. Death of a father is tough. But we have been truly impressed with the care that you gave to Earl.
I wish you peace. Please let us know about a service.

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