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October 23, 2013
I just learned of Gerry's passing. I'm so sad. Gerry was one of eight boys that grew up together on Lyters Lane. Not too many of us left. It appears that Gerry had a great life with all his family and left a great legacy through them. My prayers are with you and your entire family.
Chet Snavely
October 16, 2013
Beth I am so sorry for your loss. Gerry was one of the nicest people I knewand I am really going it miss Him.. I was talking to him about taking him fishing just a few weeks ago and was looking forward to it. I have many memories of working with him, watching Penn State football with him bringing in his lucky lawn chair, hunting deer and helping him stock fish. GOD has him now and GOD will comfort you.
October 16, 2013
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October 16, 2013
Beth and family: My relationship with Gerry was a result of our mutual involvement with the Doc Fritchey Chapter of Trout Unlimited where this very caring, unpretentious man could always be counted on to step up and volunteer when help was needed. May he take these fine attributes with him in the life hereafter.
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