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Jack Burk Cudd III

Jack Burk Cudd III

February 11, 1934 - April 28, 2019

Jack Burk Cudd III, 85, passed away Sunday, April 28, 2019 in Katy Texas after a long battle with Parkinson's. <br /> He leaves behind his children Sharon Cudd and Jack (Rick) Cudd IV; grandchildren Michelle Young, Jessica Carey, Justin Cudd and Kayla Cudd; great grandchild Jax Young; his common law wife of 19 years, Barbara Allen, as well as many relatives and close friends. He was preceded in death by his loving wife of 46 years, Betty Cudd, daughter Donna Turner, and great grandchild Elliot Keeler. <br /> Born and raised in Houston, TX, son of Jack and Emily Cudd, he was a resident of Houston, TX and later moved to Katy, TX. <br /> Jack graduated from the University of Houston with a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, and worked for Dresser Atlas until his retirement. <br /> In his early years, Jack enjoyed spending time with his family, camping, and attending family reunions. He was a kind and loving man whom everyone that met him loved and admired. He was known as a great dancer and loved to dance the night way; the ladies just had to keep up. Later in his life he vacationed in Europe and other countries. <br /> The family asks that instead of sending flowers that, if you wish, to send donations to the Parkinson's Foundation or charity of your choice. <br /> A gathering will be held on May 19, 2019 to honor Jack. Please join us in celebrating his life at Spazio[IN] Reception Lounge, 1420 S. Mason Road, Katy, TX 77450 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm for memories and refreshments.

Services by
Neptune Society

3425 S. Shepherd Drive, Suite 100, Houston, TX


May 19
Celebration of life

Sunday, 1:00 PM -4:00 PM

Spazio[IN] Reception Lounge

1420 S Mason Rd #190 Katy, TX 77450

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