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Gerald Guy Case

February 11, 1933 - February 16, 2005

Jerry

As the morning of Feb 16th, came upon us, his family watched Jerry leave. Knowing that God had decided it was time to stop his pain and reunite him with his family waiting for him on the other side.  Sadness crept over us when we heard the news, but a sigh of relief as his pain is gone. He now can laugh and whistle at the girls.
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Gerald “Jerry” Case  Loving Dad and Papa Gerald “Jerry” Case, age 72, of Lawrence Park, died Wednesday, February 16, 2005, following a brief illness. 
He was born in Erie on February 11, 1933, the son of the late Alpha and Myrtle Case. 
He was a veteran of the U.S. Army serving in the Korean War. Jerry worked first at Erie City Mfg. for 15 years and then the Iroquois School District in maintenance, retiring in 1993 following 22 years of service.
He is remembered there by whistling through the halls,
his quick wit and his way of brightening your day with a poem he made up on the spot. 
Jerry was an avid CB’er for many years, known as BR or Banty Rooster.
Survivors include former wife Shirley Rickenbrode Case, three daughters, Robin Wiles of Harborcreek, Cheryl Baybrook of Lawrence Park, Tammy Higham of Erie; three sons, Gerald Case and wife Karen, Brian Case and wife Vanessa, and Patrick Case, all of Georgia; eight granddaughters;  Kristy, Justina,  Angela, Heidi, Breanna, Kimberly, Kristen and Kayla, three grandsons; Casey, Brandan, Justin, one great-grandson; Jeremy, one great-granddaughter; Damri, five sisters, Anna Mae Fuller of Erie, Daisy Setzler of Ohio, Olive Walmer of McKean, Shirley Walmer of Tionesta, Virginia Warren of Georgia; two brothers, John L. Case of Florida, James Case of Arizona; and several nieces and nephews. 
Jerry is preceded in death by one brother, Robert Case. 
He is laid to rest  in Wintergreen Gorge Cemetery alongside Kenny Bird, his first son-in-law and friend.

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From Dusckas Funeral Home

In Loving Memory of

GERALD G. CASE
February 11, 1993
February 16, 2005

God saw you were getting tired,
And a cure was not to be.
So he put his arms around you
And whispered, "Come to me."
With tearful eyes we watched you,
And saw you pass away,
Although we loved you dearly,
We could not make you stay.
A golden heart stopped beating,
Hard working hands at rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to us,
He only takes the best.
______________________

People sent flowers.

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spray from children and grandchildren
Flowers from Jerry's children and grand-children
to the left to the right
Flowers on the right side  Flowers on the left side 
3 candle centerpiece
From Anna Mae, Margaret and children
From Kathy and Karen From John and Glennie
From Kathy and Karen From John and Glennie

There were many more arrangements of flowers.

Robin had a wonderful get-together after the funeral. There was so much food you could feed an army.
Duce 'n a quarter Family in Robin's kitchen
John and Shirley at Robin's I drove 2,078 miles
Smile for the camera Robin's living room

Thank you from all the Case Kids
Thank you  from The Case Kids.

Send any photos or memories to memories@lifeeverafter.com  and I will post them here.

Let us reflect on Jerry's life with photos and our thoughts.

Memories continue through out the years.

 

 

The John Edward Appreciation Pin
 In Appreciation of our loved ones.

 

Case Family Tree