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Jerry McCoy

Tammy Green contributed this message on Tuesday, May 23, 2017:

It seems unfair that death should have the power to take away someone we love. When it happens the thought of never again being able to talk, laugh, comfort, or hold your loved one again can be devastating. My condolences go out to the family. As you prepare to lay your loved one to rest, may you can find comfort from your Bibles at Nahum 1:7. God is a stronghold for the distressed.

Fayetteville , North Carolina
eMail: greenbluerose@aol.com

Brenda Worley McElrath contributed this message on Sunday, May 21, 2017:

Keith and I are so sorry for your loss, we spent many happy hours and years with Jerry on Lake Hartwell. We called him Captain Jerry in his big floating Tiny home, our children adored him and spent many weekends with him. We will always remember our time with him and Granny Jean, we enjoyed watching him and Jean dancing to old music on the deck, so much fun. I can remember waking up from a bad accident staring at his face saying pray for me Jerry and that precious man said I have been ever sense they got you off the helicopter, what peace he gave me that day. He is home with his loving Father and the two women he lived with so I know he is at peace and no worries from this world, Love you Jerry From all of us Joshua, Marcy, Dorothy, Jenny, Keith, Brenda

Townville, SC

JOHN D GORMAN contributed this message on Saturday, May 20, 2017:

GOD BLESS THE FAMILY OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH THE FAMILY.

Leicester, NC
eMail: cjwnc@charter.net

Lovella Foster Rathgeber contributed this message on Thursday, May 18, 2017:

So sorry to hear of Jerry's passing. I remember many good times from our childhood. He and I shared the dubious distinction of being the most misbehaved of her grandchildren according to our Grandmother McCoy. He was a double cousin, closely related on both the McCoy and Foster sides. My thoughts and sympathy at this difficult time.

Cary, NC
eMail: jrathgeber@aol.com