Nail-Haggard Funeral Home
Kathleen Elizabeth Ralston
April 28, 2020

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walter Degner

Arlington, TX

My condolences to all of Kerry's family. Kerry was a great person to work with at DPS. She was very instrumental in making investigators successful in their auto theft investigations. More then that she was a great lady. May the Lord bless each and everyone of you/
Walter Degner . Retired Lt. DPS MVTS

Friday, May 1, 2020

 

Walter Degner , ret. Lt, Dps

Arlington, TX

My prayers are with all of Kerrie's family as you mourn the loss of your loved one and one of the very best DPS employees I had the pleasure of working with. May the Lord Bless each and everyone. She is at peace with our Lord and Savior.
Thursday, April 30, 2020

 

Archie Blackwell

Weatherford, TX

Soon after I promoted to MVTS and was assigned to Midland, June 1980, Kerry and I met on the phone, when I needed information about a c-vin location.. From then, until I retired in 95, Kerry was my go to person for information. She had contacts nation wide and was very helpful in getting crooks of the street because of her knowledge. A special person and friend. Prayers to the family.
Thursday, April 30, 2020

 

Fred Lohmann

Irving, TX

The Men and Women of the National Insurance Crime Bureau extend our sincere and heartfelt condolences to the family of Kerry Ralston. Kerry supported our special agents in the field just as she did law enforcement auto theft investigators in Texas and throughout the United States. Kerry was the "gold standard" of analytical knowledge when it came to auto theft. She was instrumental in training many agents and investigators in the art of vehicle identification. She was a wonderful kind person and her passing has deeply saddened our staff.
Thursday, April 30, 2020

 

FELICIA ALLEN

TYLER, TX

KERRI AND I WORKED AT THE SAME DPS OFFICE (TYLER) OUR PATHS ONLY CROSSED IF SHE STAYED OVER AFTER HOURS AND I HAPPEN TO COME IN EARLY AS I WORKED NIGHT SHIFT IN COMMUNICATIONS. KERRI'S FONDNESS FOR MR. POTATO HEAD FIGURINES ALWAYS GAVE US A CONVERSATION IN PASSING. I JUST WANT THE FAMILY TO KNOW HOW MUCH I ADORED KERRI AND OUR CONVERSATIONS. KERRI, HAS BEEN MISSED SINCE HER RETIRING AND WILL FOREVER BE IN OUR THOUGHTS.
Thursday, April 30, 2020

 

Vicky Nesby Balderrama

Lexington, TX

There isn’t enough space in a notebook for all I could say about my sweet sister and fellow Vehicle Crimes Analyst/MVTS & ICT. Kerry is my family as we all shared a lifetime of tears together. My husband & I send our Deepest thoughts and prayers to all the Ralston Family. I’ve requested the Lord to wrap each of you in love and comfort from our Father above. A huge hole is in all our hearts and she will forever be in our hearts. Our love is forever and always. I’m very thankful I shared the major part of my life with her and all our girls and entire MVTS Family. May the Lord shine a light as bright as she was on her family. Thinking of you and contact me if I can do anything for you during this difficult time. Bruce, Elizabeth, John your on our hearts. Much love Vicky
Wednesday, April 29, 2020

 

George Hopkins & Colleen

Hughes Springs, TX

Our condolences . Love and memories. You will be missed.
George & Colleen Hopkins Family.
Rest in Peace. . George And Colleen.

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

 

Ray Dustin

San Antonio, TX

I worked with Kerry for many years with the Auto Theft Task Force with San Antonio Police Dept. in the 1990’s. Kerry will be deeply missed. She was a ver dear friend. I will remember her in my prayers and offer Masses for her. Eternal rest grant unto her Oh Lord, and May perpetual light shine upon her. May she Rest In Peace. From Subdeacon Ray Dustin. St George Maronite Catholic Church, San Antonio,TX
Wednesday, April 29, 2020

 

Bryan Jarzombek

San Antonio, TX

My heart goes out to the Ralston Family in this time of need. Kerry was one of the best Anaylist I worked with and I am blessed to have known Kerry. I was talking with a person in Wisconsin just a few days back and she knew Kerry because Kerry was a go between, between the officers in the field and manufactures. The point being Kerry knew people far and wide. She was truly missed when she retired however it is nothing like the way we will miss her now. I would even call on her time to time to ask her questions after she retired and she was always willing to help. “God will repay each person according to what they have done”, and Kerry has done more than anyone I know, to help people.
Deepest Sympathy
Bryan Jarzombek
TX DPS
MVTS

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

 

Bill Smith

Bellaire, TX

Rest In Peace. You will be missed by all that ever knew you. May peace and sincere condolences be with Bruce, Elisabeth and your entire family’. Bill Smith
Wednesday, April 29, 2020

 


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