In Memory

Walter (Bud) Jacobs

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04/13/14 11:05 AM #1    

David Brown

Gosh Walter was a neighborhood guy. His brother Bob went to Heights too. Walter was short and always had cheerful smile. He and the family were immigrants/refugees from Eastern Europe. Bob told me Walter was a Vietnam Veteran. I knew him. Another guy it would have been fun to meet again.

08/16/14 04:06 PM #2    

Charles Peterman


            I met Bud and his brother Bob in the sixth grade at Noble Road Elementary. Became friends with both of them. One summer day Bud was riding on the cross bars of my bicycle and we were hit by a car. I put my head through the car windshield. Was hospitalized for about 3 days. Luckly Bud was not hurt. Bud was quite the "Lady's Man"....the girls just thought he was so cute...LOL!!! Lucky Guy!!!! He was a very fine Guy and a great friend. Always enjoyed hanging out with him and his brother "Bobby". Bud and I played on the same little league team (Cleveland Heights/University Heights Little League-Senator's). Mr. Silver was our Coach (Father of Ron Silver....Cleveland Heights Football Star...believed he Graduated in 1963 or 1964). Lost track of Bud after I graduated and moved to Florida. Have reconnected with his Brother Bob. Hope to see Bob at the 50th. 

Very sorry to know that Bud is gone. I appreciate his service in the Army. He was an awesome friend. God Bless him and his family....may he rest in peace. It was a real priveledge to know him.

12/27/21 11:13 AM #3    

David Brown

JACOBS WALTER S. ''BUD'' JACOBS IV, of Overland, MO., and formerly of High Ridge, MO., died Oct. 17, 2003. Beloved father of Kristopher (and his wife, Stacy) Jacobs, Kate Bayer and Jenni (and her husband, Darik) Eaton; dear grandfather of Madisyn and Olivia Eaton; dear fiance of Anna Graddy; dear son of Theresa (nee Guerra) Jacobs and the late Walter Silas Jacobs III; dear brother of Robert (and his wife, Lynn) Jacobs; our dear nephew, uncle, cousin and friend. MEMORIAL VISITATION TUESDAY, OCT. 21, 2003 FROM 5 P.M. UNTIL TIME OF SERVICE AT 8 P.M. AT CHAPEL HILL MORTUARY, 1817 GRAVOIS RD., HIGH RIDGE, MO 63049. Flowers or memorials to American Cancer Society.

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