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Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Marlene posted a condolence
Sunday, April 26, 2020
Like Jesus, Jerome was a MASTER at his craft. I know Jerome had job offers in big cities, but Christ told him where he needed to be. I am forever grateful he listened. Through the years, under Jerome’s MASTER guidance, lives were touched by his many talents. Our rock fireplace, and the rock facade on our home is one of his many creations. The talent was passed onto his son, Kerry, who years later worked on our patio. I not only have memories of his talent as a craftsman, but also his boisterous laugh! May God BLESS and comfort his family.
Mindy Wolfe lit a candle
Friday, April 17, 2020
My father talked fondly of him and may have worked with him for a short time. He was well known for his work in the Norton area. My condolences to the family.
Tammy Westhoff lit a candle
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
Our thoughts are with all of you at this time. How hard it is to not be together to celebrate Uncle Jerome's life. My memories of Uncle Jerome and Aunt Leeta are just like my sister, Teresa, said. A big voice, a bigger laugh and many Christmas's shared with your family. Rejoice in the fact that he is in heaven with the many friends and relatives that passed before him.
Teresa Dunagan lit a candle
Tuesday, April 14, 2020
I will always remember Uncle Jerome as a family man with a boisterous voice. When he talked, you listened. I loved going to Jerome and Leeta’s house for Christmas. It was full of family, fun, and food. Jerome was a Christian so I know he is rejoicing in Heaven with the rest of our family members that have gone on before us. We’ll all see you again some day. Praying for my cousins who are missing their dad! Love you guys! Teresa Rudolph Dunagan