Photo courtesy of Honaker Funeral Home

Gerald "Jerry" Begue

Jul 11, 1931 - Nov 18, 2019 (Age 88)

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Remembering your great love story today and always.

Thank you for treating and accepting me as a part of your family.

Jerry will be very much missed. Our sympathy and prayers are with you, Nora and family. We know his smile will last forever!

Prayers are with the entire Begue Family and all concern. Jerry was a Great Lion. R.I.P. fellow Lion.

My condolences to the family on the loss of your loved one. May the God of all comfort be with you during your time of sorrow. (Psalm 145:19)

What a beautiful tribute to a special, special man. He and Nora are so loved by our family. Mom and Dad were close friends with them both in high school. Ive always loved to hear Gerry and Nora talk about the shenanigans they pulled in high school with my parents. Nora, please know you and your family are in my prayers in the months to come. Our lives were so much better having known him. Love and hugs from Texas to you.

Jerry will certainly be missed. Our sympathy is with Nora and the entire family.
We will never forget how we met the wonderful Jerry and Nora! About 25 years ago Jerry called our house in Indiana asking for Gerald Begue because he had found his name in the Fort Wayne phone book. We met with them that evening and found we had so much in common and have remained friends ever since. In fact the first time we played golf, both Jerrys had the exact set of golf clubs except one was right...

Miss Nora, Mark, Aimee and Jackie, my thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of sorrow. I will always remember that I never saw him without a smile on his face and with a warm greeting. Time will ease the pain but the memories will never fade.
Mr. Jerry, all your golf shots will now be straight and long and all those 3 foot puts will find the cup.
May you rest in God's eternal peace.


Gerald's Obituary

In the first hour of November 18, 2019, Gerald "Jerry" Bernard Begué slipped quietly out for his final journey, over a moon river, paper tucked under his arm, fedora warming his head. He's tinkering with gadgets and treasures in a new workshop, where he sits with his son Barry —as...

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