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Saturday, January 13, 2024
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Julian Paul “J.P.” Jadlowski was born on January 13, 1947, in Bremond, Texas to the late Frances Louise (Wasik) and Julian Kie Jadlowski. He passed away peacefully on December 29, 2023, at his home of 45 years, in Fort Worth, Texas at the age of 76.
JP was the first born of six children to loving parents at their family home in the small town of Bremond, TX. JP grew up on a small farm and learned at a young age the value of hard work and the importance of family and faith. When he was 14 years of age, his father had a bad accident that disabled him, and JP had to go to work at the local dairy in Bremond to support the family. JP continued to work as he completed his high school years and graduated with honors from Bremond High School. He then joined the military directly out of high school.
J.P. served our country in the United States Air Force for 3 ½ years, during the Vietnam War, as an airplane mechanic and specialized in avionics for the F111 and ranked as a Sergeant. He was stationed in Korea and West Virginia where he met the love of his life at 22, June, mother of his 4 children. They were married for 31 years. He acquired his pilot’s license as well as an associate degree at Tarrant County Junior College. He was operations manager with an electronic engineering background whose accomplishments included directing a staff of 22 sales, service, production, and administrative personnel. He acquired an FDA State Salvage License and FAA Repair Station License. He also worked for several local medical companies installing and repairing EMI CT Brain and Body Scanners. He worked at General Dynamics for 3 years as a calibration lab technician.
JP was a devoted Catholic and valued his faith. He was a man of prayer. He was a member of St. Peter’s Parish for 45 years in Fort Worth, TX after growing up going to St. Mary’s Parish in Bremond, TX. Through his inspiration from his parish, he was a monthly blood donor who donated 7 gallons to Carter Blood Center. He started a successful handy man business in the 80’s, JP’s Handy Man Service, and continued until he retired this last year. JP was a very intelligent and gifted man as all his customers would say. He would find a way to get the job done. He was dedicated to helping widows and the disabled. He enjoyed classic rock, gardening, fishing, Galveston Island with the family, and a cold beer with his family or friends. JP was always there for his family from the time he was a child. He loved his family, and it was important to JP to keep his family close so he would have a family dinner every major holiday at his home, which we affectionately called Papa’s Crew. He got sick in July which unfortunately led to renal failure and many other complications over the past 6 months. JP was a friendly, personable, hard-working, talented, loving dad, grandfather, and great-grandfather. We will miss him more than words could ever be said. As his brother, Richard says, “He was one of the finest people you could ever meet.”
He was preceded in death by his parents, daughter, Sandra Jadlowski and grandson, Jake Jadlowski. J.P. is survived by his children, Sheila Coleman and husband, Robert of Fort Worth, TX, Paul Jadlowski of Fort Worth, TX, and Kenneth Jadlowski and wife, Donyse also of Fort Worth, TX; grandchildren, Jessica, Patrick, Lucas, Angela, Cassandra, Kayla, Jacob Paul, Justin, Nick, Joel, Zakk, Kimber, Jarrett, Destiny, Seth, Novalee, Josiah, and Kie. He is also survived by his siblings, Richard Jadlowski and wife, Judy of Bremond, TX, Ronald Jadlowski and wife, Monica of Bryan, TX, Timothy Jadlowski and wife, Carolyn of Spring, TX, Loretta Morse and husband, Stanley of College Station, TX, and Cynthia Wolchik and husband, Mark of Bedias, TX.; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family members and a host of friends.
A memorial service to celebrate his life will be held on his 77th birthday at 11:00 A.M., Saturday, January 13, 2024, at Williams and Lucas Funeral Home located at 517 N. Sylvania Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas 76111.
The family requests casual and comfortable attire.