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Condolence From: Denise (Galante) Boggs
Condolence: Kyle, just wanted you to know my thoughts are with you today and the times to come. Your Dad brings a smile to my face when I think of all the great times we shared. Remember when my dad and yours put together our new 3 speed bikes for Christmas? The story goes once they put them together, a few drinks later, there was "test driving" on Highridge St!
I can still see your Dad when I lived in Shepherds Glen at your pool. He loved the pool and the diving board and he was great to watch dive because when he dove into pool, there was hardly a splash! That was the test!
Your Dad was a great dancer! I can see him and my Mom dancing in my parents basement at all of the parties. He loved to dance, he loved life!
I really enjoyed when I would come over to your house and have a few drinks with your parents and just shoot the breeze. He would always say "so Neicey, how ya doin! And so the conversations began......
There are so many other memories of your Dad. I still can hear him when he would yell for your mom, MARIE!
Mr. Jerry, was Mr Jerry, his own man and the reason he was so well loved!
Thoughts and prayers

Saturday May 20, 2017
Condolence From: Billy Coolahan
Condolence: I've known Mr. Jerry my entire life. He and my Dad went to grade school together, played football, were college roommates and life long friends. I've always had admiration for my Dad's many friends, but especially Mr. Jerry. He was the tough, cool guy; Mr. Jerry was the "fonz" of the group! I've heard lots of stories over the years, but none that I should share. However, I think it's accurate to say that Mr. Jerry lived a rich full life and he lived it on his own terms. I am grateful and privileged to have known him. My thoughts are with Kylene and family!
Thursday May 18, 2017
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