Jerry Lee Stamps

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Jerry Lee Stamps was born on October 23, 1936 to Roy and Leola Stamps in Childress, Texas.   Jerry went to be with his Lord and Savior on Sunday, April 23, 2017.  He graduated from Plainview High School in 1955.  He served in the Air Force from 1956-1959.  He attended Texas Tech and graduated with a BBA in Accounting in 1962.  He married Nancy Winford on June 11, 1963.  He was a CPA and retired from the IRS in 1987.  After retirement, he worked independently and enjoyed traveling, square dancing, RVing, hunting, fishing and spending time with his family. He was a member of First Christian Church where he served as an elder.Survivors include his wife, Nancy; daughters, Vicki Ward & Cynthia Stamps; grandchildren, Derek, Devin, Dustin, and Denae Ward; C. J. and Claire Mroczkowski; one great granddaughter Aria Ward; brother, Doyle Stamps and wife, Dorothlyn.  


In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorials to The American Cancer Society,


13 thoughts on “Jerry Lee Stamps”

  1. Jerry was the perfect role model and father in law. I will always cherish the memories of time spent with him. Thank you for treating me like a son and not just your daughters husband. I will miss you.


  2. Carol Cunningham

    Nancy and Family, I am so sorry to hear this news. Jerry was a wonderful man of God, father, husband and friend. I think of you guys often and pray that your memories of Jerry will help to ease your loss.

    With love and prayers,
    Carol and Kirk Cunningham

  3. Annette & Chris May

    We are so thankful that the Stamps Family came into our lives. We have very special memories of Jerry and will miss him. Please let your happy memories help you through the tough times.
    Love you all.

  4. Nancy though they go to a much better place and get out of the shell they were in it’s such a blessing they go home to Jesus and leave the shell behind its tough and they are missed by us left behind but we will all be together again Troy McNeill

  5. Jerry & Ann Ward

    Our Deepest Heartfelt Sympathy to Jerry Stamp”s Family and Grandchildren.
    I know he was a strong influence in their young years.
    May they always remember the kind, generous, and loving Granddad they had.
    I know he is at rest, For he is with our Lord – May God Bless his Family !! Jerry & Ann Ward

  6. I’m so sorry to hear. My parents always spoke so highly of Jerry and enjoyed his friendship. My condolences to the family – you are all in my prayers.

    Amber McColl (daughter of Porter and Mary Jo Smith)

  7. Jerry & Ann Ward

    Our Deepest Heartfelt Sympathy to Jerry Stamp”s family and Grandchilden!
    I know he was a strong influence in their young years
    May they always remember the kind, generous, & loving kindness
    their Granddad showed them
    May he rest in peace !! May God Bless his Family !
    Jerry & Ann Ward

  8. Dearest Nancy,
    I am very sorry for your great loss and pray God will comfort you and give you strength, now and in the days ahead. Fond memories of Jerry, especially the wisdom, courage and integrity he consistently demonstrated at IRS, remain forever in my heart.
    With deepest sorrow,
    Syble Brashear

  9. Vicki cindi and all the grandkids and to jerris wife please accept my deepest heartfelt condolences on you loss my god comfort you all and give you the strength to get through this tough time l love you all

  10. Nancy, my heart and prayers go out to you and your family. You and Jerry were truly soul mates the beauty and love of your lives reflected all the way into your children and family. We know where Jerry is for sure….may the Lord bless yo8u all with the many memories you made….
    Love to you and the family,
    Juda McKinney

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