Memorial services for Jay Dall Vislosky, 63, of Chico, Texas, will be at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Center on Saturday, August 20, 2022, from 1:00 – 3:00 pm.
Born in Binghamton, New York, on February 20, 1959, to John Arnold Vislosky and Joan Edna (Robertson) Vislosky, Jay was a natural-born mechanic who could repair just about anything. He felt most at home, though, on the roller-skating rink where he spent countless hours dancing to music under the disco ball as the wind rushed past his face. When he wasn’t racing around the rink, Jay could be found working on crossword puzzles, watching the weather channel or, of course, working on automobiles.
He is survived by his spouse of 33 years, Linda Elaine Vislosky of Bridgeport; sons Jimmy Dall Vislosky of Bowie and Christopher Aaron Debord-Vislosky of Oklahoma City; daughter Tiffany Elaine Vislosky of Denton; brother, John El Vislosky of Euless; sisters Joan Lyn Burlison of Gainesville, Jenine Kiki Vislosky of Irving and Jaala Sarah Vislosky; and grandchildren Draydon Blaze Kuykendall of Denton and Alaina Jane Vislosky of Gainesville.
Jay is preceded in death by grandparents John ‘Pete’ and Ruth Vislosky, and Ed and Eva Robinson; parents John and Joan Vislosky; brother Jessi Ed Vislosky; and brother JoDee Kim Vislosky.
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