The slideshow is available here:
The slideshow is available here:
I’ve made all the pictures used for the memorial service available in my dropbox
The service starts about 5 minutes in, and there may be ads due to the copyrighted content
Dad was in a small short film competition a few years ago. He and his teammates had to write and produce a short horror film in a weekend. Here are the results:
JONATHAN YINGST passed away at the age of 60, on July 3rd, 2015. He was born in Bradford, PA, on June 23rd, 1955. Raised in Houston; he grew up the youngest of 4 children. He graduated from Bellaire High in 1973. While a student there he was in band, where he played saxophone. While a student at North Texas State University, he met his wife Christine.
He worked most of his life at several companies including Schlumberger, Teradyne, and Baker Hughes. A devout Christian, he was an active member of several churches throughout his life including Bellaire Presbyterian, St. John’s Presbyterian, and First Unitarian Universalist. He loved movies, music and drama. Jon enjoyed acting in various groups including the Fort Bend Theatre. Having a love for teaching, he taught youth classes at his church. Recently he received a BA so that he could become a full time teacher.
He is survived by his wife Christine; child, Mary and her long time boyfriend Christopher; child, Andy and his wife Shemsi; and Andy’s children Lualu and Besma. Other survivors include his 3 siblings, Pat Yingst, Sarah Killough, and David Yingst; as well as 3 nephews, Patrick Yingst, and Glen and John Killough. A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 PM, Saturday, July 18th, 2015, at the First Unitarian Universalist Church, Thoreau Campus, 3945 Greenbriar Drive, Stafford, TX, 77477, (281)277-8882. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations are made to the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, 230 E. Ohio St., Suite 304, Chicago, IL, 60611, (888)733-6741.
Decided to add my Kollaboration with KT to my blog check it out if you have a few minutes to waste.
Here are Bill and Chris old friends from UNT, We visited Bill in S Carolina and had a very good time. Can’t believe how long it has been.
More friends some fromUNT others relatively new. Wishing a Happy Birthday to another special person. Getting ready for another day at Denton JazzFest.
I kept my 4.0 and now have a BS and am working towards becoming a middle school math teacher. —> Wish me luck.
Keep Smilin and remember to care. jay
Well this is the first day of my last session at Devry. In 8 weeks I should have a BS degree. The course I am taking right now is my final project and it may be a bear. I will hope that the members on my team are all industrious and hardworking and smart and maybe I cal sleep through the course. ONLY kidding. I will certainly do my part and probably be willing to do quite a bit more. I currently have a 4.0 and would like to keep it.
Well another day another dollare, almost literally. I am spending lunch this day at Foxconn adding another post and contemplating my future. I currently am debugging and repairing PC Motherboards and really do enjoy it. I am a temporary and being known as a temp has it down sides but we push onward. I am hoping to be offered a contract position in a week or 2 which would give me 60% more cash while working 50% less hours now that is a choice I can get into. I’ll update when I know more. School is going well I need about a 60 on the final to insure an A in my mangement class. in a couple weeks begin business law and project management which should play in well witht the job I may be offered, things are looking up.
On another note my sister just sent me a piece of flute music, I will work it up and perhaps post here.
Well thats all for now, be happy
After weeks or months I finnally entered another post, and yes this one also says nothing.
Two Breweries I reccomend highly, Fort Bend Brewing, and No Label Brewing.
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