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January 05, 2016
My grandfather (PaPa) was a man of few words but alot of love. I have many great momories of him. The memory Ilove the most its as a little girl following him up on the hill to feel the pigs and trying to step in his same muddy foot steps. Memories can never be stollen and will not be forgotten.
December 22, 2015
I had the pleasure of knowing Jerry briefly, he was always kind, generous and had a wonderful sense of humor.. He will be missed. Prayers to his family and all the friends he left behind..rest well Jerry ..
December 21, 2015
Jerry RIP friend, and fellow Vet and rifle shooter. Thank you for all the great carpentry items you made for the Custer Sportsmen's Club rifle line and the help you gave me in running the service rifle matches.
December 20, 2015
I always enjoyed getting together with Jerry and others in the family. I especially enjoyed the twinkle in his eye when he thought of something that made him happy. I enjoyed the time we went crabbing and clamming and the enthusiasm and knowledge he showed for so many subjects: flying airplanes, fixing airplanes, mechanic work, carpentry, plumbing, welding, fishing, hunting, marksmanship, cooking, gardening, and probably many other things that I didn't know about. To say that Jerry was talented is an understatement. The last time I saw Jerry was a couple months ago while I was buying a gun at Yeagers. I had been standing next to Jerry for about 30 seconds before I recognized him after he said something to the clerk. It had been a couple years since we last met. He looked a little frail, and moved a little slower, but he still had the twinkle in his eye. Happy journey Jerry. Will and Hermi Ziebell
December 20, 2015
Jerry (Hawk) and I shot cowboy action for many years, I am going to miss him, he was a kind and thoughtful man.. No one will ever replace him in the Custer Renegades. I am greatly blessed to of known him.

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