Gerald Francis Dempewolf

Topeka, Kansas

1946 - 2018


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Gerald Francis “Jerry” Dempewolf, 72, of Topeka, died September 6, 2018 at the House at Midland Care.

He was born in San Bernadino, California on March 8, 1946 the son of Francis G. and Ethel R. (Phillips) Dempewolf.

He worked as a Security Guard for 27 years.

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Through the years, we have been separated by the distance we have lived apart, but I feel a deep bond with Jerry and all my cousins. My heart is heavy for all of us who are grieving his loss, but I have the reassurance and joy in knowing we can trust that the Lord Jesus keeps His promises! Sending love and prayers for all the family.

For those of us still left on this journey I am sad....we miss our loved ones every day. My heart goes out to my cousins, John, Dan, Steve and Bob. For Jerry - and all of our loved ones who are in our 'real' home - I know they are happy and worry free - and that is comforting. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Jerry was my cousin. My deep sympathy to John, Dan, Steve and Bob. I am thinking about all of Jerry's family today. There was a sweet reunion somewhere in Heaven when Jerry arrived. I am so sad and sorry for your loss.

My dewp condolences to Gerald's family and friends. I'd known Gerald for over 30 years from way back in our Brookwood Covenant Church days, and always enjoyed being in his presence. He was a great storyteller who had me doubled over in laughter on more than few occasions. I also knew him to be very kind and big-hearted.

I'll miss you, Gerald. May you rest in eternal peace.


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Sharon, I am so sorry to hear about Jerry. Working with you at Dillion's and Jerry would come in to visit you or have lunch with oh my. You two were so fun to have lunch with. You two always had funny stories to tell and they way you two laughed you could feel the love you had for each other. You two were like two peas in one pod. it was never a dull moment with you two around. Jerry will be missed. Sending you hugs and prayers.

A friend that will be missed, I pray that now he is in a much better place.