Jared Alan Lee Conard Black, 17, of Santa Fe, Texas, went to be with our Lord on May 18, 2018 in Santa Fe, Texas.
A memorial service for Jared will be held 3:00 p.m., Saturday, May 26, 2018 at Aldersgate United Methodist Church in Santa Fe.
Jared was born in Eugene, Oregon. He was a Sophomore at Santa Fe High School.
He is preceded in death by his grandfather, Charles Douglas Conard; uncle James Rossow.
He is survived by his mother Pamela Stanich and step-father Travis Stanich; father Robert Black; his brothers Jeremy Black and wife Desi, Anthony McLeod and wife Cara, Houston Conard and Nicholas Black; his sister Emily Black; grandmother Diane Conard; grandfather Lou Black; great-grandmother Ruby Stone; and five nephews, five uncles, and three aunts and other relatives and friends.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Jared Conard Black Memorial Scholarship Fund.
For those wanting to make contributions in Jared’s name:
Jared Conard Black Memorial
Texas First Bank, 12402 Hwy 6, Santa Fe, TX 77510
Attention: Jared Black Memorial
For more information, contact Carol Gaylord, 409-771-2521
or for debit/credit card donations.
Jared Conard Black Scholarship Fund –
The goal of this fund is to give college scholarships to rising Santa Fe High School seniors
who have special needs. Those interested in donating are asked to send checks to:
Texas Methodist Foundation
11709 Boulder Lane, Suite 100, Austin, Texas 78726-1808.
Write on memo line: The Jared Conard Black Scholarship Fund
Thanks for the overwhelming support and generosity we have received these past days.
We appreciate all the love, all the prayers, and all the thoughts shared with us.
The Jared Conard Black Family
I am sorry for the pain you are experiencing😔. It is horrible that some people lack respect for life. It is never easy to lose someone we love especially suddenly. I have been able to find comfort in knowing that the Creator view death as an enemy. In the future we will not be trouble with the pain of death (1Cor 15:26). Your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
S. SnooksSavannah, GA
Jared was not just a friend to me he was someone I considered my brother and I’m sad to see him go RIP buddy your in heaven now
Hunter vailLa marque, TX
Jared was a wonderful young man. I loved having him on my route. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Kimberly LarsenSanta Fe, TX
God Bless you, your family and friends. You are now with our father watching and waiting.
Pam KennedyTexas City, TX