The Official Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas
Texas Rangers Retired from Service - J K L

This is a list of living individuals retired from the Texas Ranger service. At the top of this page is a series of Alphabetical Listings The dates below their names (for example 1971-1982) represent their years in the Texas Ranger service.

Entries are updated several times each year. Retired Rangers who decease are listed in the memorials section as obituaries become available.

ORAL HISTORIES

Some retirees (indicated by ) have participated in an oral history project sponsored by

Texas Ranger Association Foundation
The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum

Transcripts are transcript available as a free download by clicking on the symbol.

SERVICE HISTORIES

Capsule service histories of many Rangers are available where you see

Service Record

This is part of the Distinguished Service project and exhibit sponsored in memory of former Texas Public Safety Commission Chairman Robert Holt through the generous support of:

Andrea Catania and Holly Williamson
Daughters of Robert Holt

The Texas Ranger Association Foundation

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Foundation

Please contact us regarding errors or omissions at info@texasranger.org

Jackson, Bruce
2010 - 2011 Service Record
Jaramillo, Rudolfo
1996-2012
Johnson, Richard
1994-2008

Click for Oral History Service Record
Kaelin, Jimmie, Jr.
2008-2012

Kea, D.E. "Gene"
1978-1998
Service Record

Kinerd, Jason
2006-2008

King, Kasey K.
1980-1993

Service Record

Leal, Tony
1994-2011

Leger, Mark
2009-2013

Service Record

Lewis, James "Woody"
2011-2014

Long, Brooks
1997-2013

Lopez, Andrew Jr.
1997-2010

Service Record

   
Lough, Roger
1993-2008

Service Record
Love, Chris
2001 - 2007
   


        
This listing is a joint project of the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum (sponsored by the
City of Waco, Texas) and the Texas Ranger Association Foundation History Committee
with assistance from Cheryl Iselt and Laura Luckie.


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