Rev. Jerald Middaugh

Rev. Jerald Middaugh

June 22, 1946 - March 31, 2020
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Rev. Jerald Middaugh, 73, of Canyon passed away on Tuesday, March 31, 2020. Private graveside services will be held at Dreamland Cemetery in Canyon.

Jerald was born on June 22, 1946 in Phillips, Texas to Paul and Iva Chase Middaugh. He was a graduate of Southwestern Assemblies of God University and has had his ministerial credentials with the Assemblies of God for over 50 years. He was pastor of the First Assembly of God Church in Canyon where he married Janice Townsend on December 29, 1967.

Jerald was passionate about his children and grandchildren. They were the love of his life.

He was preceded in death by his parents and his sister. Survivors include his wife, Janice of the home; his son, Jerad Middaugh and wife, Felecia of Amarillo; his daughter, Jeanna Lilley and husband, David of Canyon; six grandchildren, Mattisyn Lilley, Taylor Middaugh, Kylor Middaugh, Jeratt Lilley, Koby Middaugh, and Keaten Middaugh; and one brother, Gary Middaugh and wife, Kathy of Fritch.

The family suggests memorials be to the First Assembly of God Church, 2318 13th Avenue, Canyon, Texas 79015.
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Private Graveside Services will be held at Dreamland Cemetery in Canyon, Texas.


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Kerry Tilley

Posted at 10:15am
I was deeply saddened to hear about Jerald. He was very inspirational and encouraging to me at a pivotal moment in my ministry. My life and ministry has been forever blessed by Jerald. Reva and I express our deepest condolences, and are praying for the family during this time. Looking for to that great celebration day! Love ya'll!

Harriet Powell

Posted at 09:20pm
Jerad and Family, We are so sorry to hear of your father's passing. Please know you will be in our thoughts and prayers. May God's Spirit comfort you in the days to come. Dewayne & Harriet Powell

Audrey Taylor

Posted at 04:01pm
Sorry that we never knew Jeanna's Dad but having worked with her out at Palo Duro Park leads us to feel that Rev. Middaugh must have been a great Dad. Our sympathy goes to the family, peace be with you, Audrey and Janet

Barbara OBryant & Gail Davis

Posted at 01:05pm
I was sad to read about your loss. It was tough sharing this with my mom, Barbara OBryant. She sends her love and prayers for your family.
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Richard Albritton

Posted at 09:20am
I am so sorry for your loss. Jerald was one of the finest men I have ever met. His love for his Lord was fully evident in his words and deeds, he was a great example to all of us. He loved his family very much as well, and was always there to guide, to pray, to comfort, and to demonstrate that love on a daily basis. I will miss him greatly.

My favorite memory of Jerald and Janice was when I was going to the university in Canyon and they were pastoring at the Assembly of God there. There were many evenings where I would go by their house after school and work, and we would just talk and enjoy each other's company. He and Janice were so loving and kind to a lonely college boy, and gave so much of themselves in caring for me. Despite all the many things they had on their platter in pastoring and raising two wonderful kids, they showed such love to me, it really helped me through those tough college years. They were instrumental in introducing me to my wife of 40 years, Jana Jones Albritton, and even let me stay with them for several weeks between the time I graduated and Jana and I were married. I will never forget the goodness that they demonstrated every day. They became like a second Mom and Dad :-)
I will miss Jerald greatly but I know he is with Jesus, and probably playing the organ in God's heavenly orchestra! Love you Janice, Jerad, Gina, and all the family, just know we are praying for you!

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