“To my sweet friend (Mary)& family . My heart goes out to each of you with the loss of a wonderful solider.May each passing day bring you comfort knowing he is at peace. In Christ ,Margaret Harbeck Yorktown,Va
“Mary, we are so sorry to hear of Jerry's passing. May your sweet times together comfort you during this difficult time. You & Jerry's family are in our prayers and heavy in our hearts.
Chad, Lisa & Family
“To Jerrys Family So Sorry For Your Loss May The Lord Comfort You In Your Time Of Sorrow.
Tom and I want to express our deepest condolences to you and your family in your time of loss of your brother. He fought a courageous fight, and now he's at peace and is not suffering anymore. I imagine he is smiling down on all of you saying he is ok. We also appreciate the time he gave in the service. There are so many men like your brother and women who are to be commended for giving of themselves, putting their life on the line for our freedom and don't get enough...
“In my haste, I neglected to mention my name at the end of my comments concerning my brother.
Mary Alice Mabry Hudson
“Thank you to everyone for the warm and generous thoughts about my brother Jerry. I had the opportunity to spend precious time with him before he passed away. Phyllis has been a tower of strength and I will never forget her loving care for my brother. May peace come soon to Phyllis, Matt, James, Carolyn, Pam, Autumn, Micah, Vinnie, and Mrs. Long's family. To my brother Jerry, I will see you when I cross over.
“Phyllis and family,
We are thinking of you at this time. So sorry we could not be there for the service as we are in Conneticut. I loved Jerry and admired your strength through his illness. Take care and God bless.
“Carolyn, you are in my thoughts and prayers during this time
“To the family of Jerry, May God be with you at this most difficult time, to bring you peace and comfort. Jerry was a good man.
Bertha Martin, Jerry's first cousin.
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Gerald Wayne (Jerry) Mabry, Retired Lt. Col. United States Army, went to be with his Lord on October 24, 2012. He is survived by his loving wife, Phyllis Long Mabry; daughters, Carolynn Mabry Deweese, Pam Sola and husband, Vinnie Sola; sons, Matthew Mabry and James Mabry; grandchildren, Autumn...Read More