Obituary for Mr. Jasper E Baccus Jr.

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Mr. Jasper E Baccus Jr.

September 20, 1928 - January 15, 2018

Jasper Edward Baccus Jr. was born in Dallas, Texas on September
20, 1928. He was the second of 8 children, born to Jasper Edward
Baccus, Sr. and Edna Nixon Baccus. He departed on January
15, 2018.
Jasper Baccus, Jr. truly understood obeying the gospel to become
a Christian and he made that commitment at an early age.
He was baptized at Lawrence & Marder Church of Christ, where
he was the song leader and faithful member. He later attended Cedar
Crest and Dallas West Church of Christ. At the time of his
demise, he was a faithful member of Central Pointe’ Church of
Christ, under the leadership of Sr. Minister Dr. Rodney Dulin.
Jasper attended Phyllis Wheatley Elementary and Lincoln High School. He united in matrimony
with Dorothy, Mary and Billie; all who preceded him in death. Within those unions 16
children were born.
An avid golfer, Jasper was the entrepreneur’s businessman. He started and grew Baccus Cleaners
into one of the premiere dry cleaners establishments in Dallas, with the anchor store located in the
heart of Sunny South Dallas on Martin Luther King Blvd where it intersects with Malcolm X Blvd.
Jasper loved life and people. He wanted to see his people and community thriving and he did all
he could toward that end. A long time member and former chairman of the board of the Pylon
Salesmanship Club, Jasper always had a smile, word of wisdom or kind word.
Jasper leaves to cherish his memory, his children: Herman Baccus, Carolyn Baccus Taylor,
Kathryn Baccus Scroggins (Ray), Don Baccus (Pat), Beverly Baccus Scroggins (Harold), Debra
Moore, Michael Baccus, Paul Baccus Sr., Glenn Baccus Sr. (Detrick), Marilyn Baccus, Gayla Baccus
Daniels (Mike), Carlton Baccus Wesson (Laurie), Jasper Baccus III, Simona Beltran, Latoya
Baccus and Brandon Baccus; ex-wife Sandra Baccus Lane and Step Daughter Calice White; sib lings
Brooksie Baccus Rogers (Arthur), and Annie Baccus Bell (Joe) of Dallas, TX, Dr. Carl Baccus
and Bobbie Baccus Lanham of Los Angeles, CA; 49 grandchildren, 69 great grand children; 8
great great children; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends who have become family over
the years. He was preceded in death by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Baccus Sr. and sisters
Doris Baccus McMath, Dr. Ruth Baccus Murray and Fannie Baccus.

 

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Service Schedule

Visitation Information

Date: Monday, January 22, 2018

Time: 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Black and Clark Funeral Chapel

Address:

2517 E. Illinois Avenue, Dallas, TX, 75216

Service Information

Date: Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Time: 11:00 am

Central Pointe Church of Christ

Address:

7440 S. Westmoreland Road, Dallas, TX, 75237

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Born: September 20, 1928
Died: January 15, 2018

Condolences for Mr. Jasper E Baccus Jr.

MARILYN WALTHALL posted on 1/25/18

MY CONDOLENCES TO THE BACCUS FAMILY. MR BACCUS WAS ALWYS PLEASENAT HAD A MSILE ON HIS FACE ANYTIME THAT WE SAW EACH OTHER. HE DID MY AND MY HUSBANDS LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS FOR YEARS. HE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED. R I P MR BACCUS

 

The Lilly Family of Dallas, Texas posted on 1/24/18

We are praying for your family. May God give you all strength during this time and comfort your hearts. Look to the hills from whence your help come from because your help comes from the Lord. We thank God for the contributions your father, brother, grandfather made in our lives and in our society. He memory will be in our hearts and apart of our lives forever.

 

Donna Cross posted on 1/23/18

I would like to express my sincere condolences to the Latoya and the entire Baccus family in your time of sorrow in the loss of Mr.Jasper Baccus . May God be with y9u and give you comfort. May He wrap His arms around you and give you peace .Although it a difficult for you on this day to see beyond your sorrow > May the blessings of love be upon you. Hold tight to memories and lean and depend on the Everlasting father. May God to bless you . Donna f. Cross-Mother of Ashley Hunter. 18795 US Hwy 271 N Winona, Texas 75792

 

VALARIE WOOTEN MITCHELL posted on 1/23/18

TO THE FAMILY ...SO SORRY FOR THE LOST OF YOUR LOVE ONE....VALARIE WOOTEN-MITCHELL

 

Joy posted on 1/23/18

In times like these how good it is to know that we can turn to our loving heavenly father assured of his love and help at the right time. I know that this is a difficult time for you and I pray that the many fond memories of your loved one will provide you with the peace that you need at this time. How good to know that our loved one s are only sleeping and that one day we wil see them again by means of the resurrection. Do not let your hearts be troubled. Believe in the promises of God and find inner peace of mind and heart. He assures us that our loved ones will live again by means of the resurrection. John5:28-29 . What a wonderful time that will be! Once again I am sorry for your loss!

 

Dr. Kitt Square-Johnson posted on 1/22/18

Jasper I loved you and your sense of humor. I never once heard you complain about anything. I will miss your smiling face and cheery disposition because you always said: Hey Cuz or There goes my kinfolk!! I’m thankful that God has released you and given you a new body!! Therefore, I want say goodbye, but I’ll see you later. To the family; my family, keep the faith and truly develop your OWN relationship with God. Be strong, trust God and ALWAY keep the faith!!

 

Monica & Mark Washington posted on 1/22/18

Our prayers go out to the Baccus Family. May the peace of God which surpasses all understanding keep your hearts and minds. God bless and keep you always.

 

Tiffinni A. Young posted on 1/22/18

I am forever grateful to Mr. Baccus for his friendship and all of the advice and support he has given me through the years. What a mighty treasure he was for the city of Dallas..he will be missed! I send my sincerest prayers and thoughts to the family. Hon. Tiffinni A. Young

 

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