John W. ìJackî Yardley, 59, of Flat Rock, passed away Friday, October 2, 2009, at Elizabeth House following a brief illness. A native of Camden, NJ, he was a son of the late John W. Yardley, Sr., and Ethel Bowman Yardley of Ormond-By-The-Sea, FL. A sister, Linda Ragan, also preceded him in death. He was a code welder for Hosakawa/Bepex in Santa Rosa, CA, retiring after twenty years of service. He was a member of Redwood Lodge #1178 of the IAMAU.
In addition to his mother, survivors include his loving wife of thirty-seven and a half years, Kathleen W. Yardley; a son, Sean D. Yardley and Amanda Boyle of Walnut Creek, CA; a daughter, Erin E. Yardley of Flat Rock; a brother, Marc E. Yardley and his wife Brenda of Colorado Springs, CO; a grandson, Trenton James Patrick Yardley of Walnut Creek, CA, several aunts and uncles, and a number of nieces and nephews.
A private service is planned.
Memorials may be made to Four Seasons Compassion for Life, 571 S. Allen Road, Flat Rock, NC 28731 or Embracing Simplicity Hermitage, 41 Wisdom Lane, Hendersonville, NC 28739.
Dear Kathy and family, I pray Jack is resting in peace and that you will get through this difficult time.
Much love, Julie and Steve
My dearest Kathy – I am shocked and deeply saddened to hear about Jack…..My loving thoughts and prayers are with you, Sean, and Erin…..
All my love,
We miss the Yardleys even more! Our deepest regrets to Sean, Erin and especially Kathy.
Kathie and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our prayers.
Kathy, We were so sorry to read in the News Journal of Jack’s passing. Our thoughts and Prayers come to you and your family from Port Orange Fl and your Mainland Sr. family. May The Lord give you strength, comfort and peace.
Jeff and Terry (Hopkins) Shroyer
Sorry for your loss.
Sincere condolences to our neighbors. Please let us know if we can help in any way.
Oh my goodness, how startled I was to see Jack’s name in the obit. I worked with Jack at MHHR . We shared a lot of conversations about several things, mostly about work. I am so sorry. Mrs Yardley I’ve met you a couple of times. Once at a xmas party and more recent at a restaraunt in town. I was waiting for a friend and I talked with you all including your daughter. I really liked Jack, he was a very interesting man and if I had known that he was at the Eliz house I would of visited. God bless all of you and again i am so sorry.
You will be in my prayers. I am sorry for your lose. Let me know if you need anything.
My deepest sympathy – he was way too young.
Sharon Ford Driggers – class of 1966
Phyllis Ford McGregor – class of 1969