Weldon L. Ash M.D.

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Weldon L. Ash, MD went to meet his heavenly father on October 25, 2017. Weldon was born on January 24, 1939 to Henry Grady and Wilma Newman Ash in Mt. Enterprise, TX. Weldon was the youngest of four children. He graduated from Henderson High School in 1957. He then attended Kilgore Junior College, and completed his degree at the University of Texas in Austin in pharmacology. He was a Family Physician/Psychiatrist and a graduate of The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX. He was also ordained as a minister in 2000. He married Sarah Clendenen in 1960. They had two children, Lisa and Steve.
He and Jan McDaniel Ash married in January 1970. Together they shared over four decades of love, laughter and friendship – joining two families into one. Weldon was a member of Generations Church, and Chairman of the Board for Freedom in Jesus Ministries. He lived reflecting grace and mercy. Weldon will be remembered for his passion for the Lord Jesus Christ and his undying love for his family and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; stepfather, Jack McHam; his brother, Kenneth H. Ash; and sister, Dorothy Ash Bozarth.
Those left to cherish his memories are his loving wife of 47 years, Jan Ash; his brother, Grady Ash; his children; Lisa Ash Pickens and her husband James Pickens MD of Dallas; Steve Ash and his wife Renee of Houston, and Chris Spears of Shawnee, Oklahoma; grandchildren, Laura and Andrew Pickens of Dallas, Alexi, Haley, and Grady Ash of Houston, and Zachary and Savannah Spears of Lubbock, and one great-grandchild, Reks Alexander. Numerous nieces, and nephews with whom he shared mutual love and affection also survive him.


Memorial contributions are welcome and the family requests they be given to Generations Church, PO Box 6471, Lubbock TX 79423 or Freedom in Jesus Ministries, PO Box 939, Levelland TX 79336.


16 thoughts on “Weldon L. Ash M.D.”

  1. Judy & Richard Lee

    It was a joy to work for this very special man, I will miss you. Prayers for your family. Sing wish the Angeles and I will see you again someday. Love you

  2. Walter and Diane Black

    Walter and I compare all of our Dr.’s to Dr. Ash. There will never be anyone as special to us as he was. He pulled us through so many times. He will certainly wear a crown of gold.

  3. Paulette Clinton

    Dr. Ash was not only our doctor for many years but a sweet, Christian man as well There are so many kind gestures he did for me, and I will miss him. Jan……Jim passed away so I know the grief and sorrow you are experiencing. I pray God will give you peace. You and the entire family are in my prayers!

  4. Jamie Owen Parkerson

    Dear Jan, Steve, Renee, Lisa, Jim Chris and Grady,

    I am so sorry and sad to hear of our dear Weldon’s passing away.
    I spent many summers visiting as a child and teenager. One of my favorite memories was dancing with Weldon. He was always so full of spicy fun life. I know he’s at peace now with our Heavenly Father. We will all miss this awesome man. God bless each of y’all.
    Jamie Owen Parkerson

  5. Very sorry for your and our loss. Growing up he was an upperclassman I always looked up to. We spent a good summer working for HISD and four years playing football together. Best dancer in HHS. One of the very best guys.

  6. Johnny and Cookie Puckett

    Weldon was a friend and confidant for us and our children for 40 plus years. We have so many memories of laughter and tears. He was a prayer partner with his wife Jan in many times of crisis A powerful man of God. He will be missed.

  7. Bob and Anne Butler

    What a special man Weldon and what a dear friend. So many wonderful memories We will truly miss him.

  8. It’s a very somber time for those of us who’s lives have been touched by Dr. Ash, I truly believe that angels walk among us here on earth and Dr. Ash is only one of them. You’ve earned your wings my friend. Till we meet again, I love you.

  9. My knowledge of Weldon is limited to the fact that he was an upperclassman at HHS that I admired. He had charisma, talent and leadership qualities. Members of his family are in my prayers.

  10. Michael & Penny Wilson

    Jan and family,
    Our deepest sympathy to each of you. we are so sorry for your loss. We pray for all of you to feel God’s peace, comfort and love as well as the love of friends and others during this time. We loved and cared for him so much. He was a wonderful man, gifted physician and great listener. We are so thankful for him and how he touched our lives and cared for us in so many ways. There are not enough words to be able to express inwhat he meant to us. He was a lifegiver, caregiver and a light for Christ to all he touched, saw and knew. Our blessings, love and prayers.

  11. Rusty, Gala, and Brian

    Dr. Ash was a special man, and I feel certain he is with our Lord today. You will always be remembered for your helpful, and kind ways. Thank you Dr. Ash.

  12. Dr Ash, was Man with Faith and Will be Missed , Peace and Prayers for Family ,Fr Elvira Berlanga and Late Hilario Berlanga & dtr Nancy Cortes.

  13. P Carter Snodgrass, M.D.

    A great man, A great Healer, A great Influence….he will be missed.

    The Drs.. Snodgrass

  14. So appreciated the time Dr. Ash took to visit with and take care of my parents, Bill and Annie Copeland. I always felt like we were visiting a family member when I accompanied them to their appointments. We all loved you! God’s peace to the family.

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