Gerald-May-Obituary

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Gerald Anthony May

Sebring, Florida

Dec 13, 1922 – May 10, 2019 (Age 96)

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Stephenson-Nelson Funeral Home - Sebring Obituary

Gerald Anthony May, 96, passed away Friday, May 10, 2019 in Sebring, Florida.  He was born December 13, 1922 in Morrisonville, Illinois to the late Adam and Alma (Schmitz) May.  Gerald enlisted in the Army in 1942.  During a mission in Germany in 1944 his plane went down over the Baltic Sea...

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Hello, posting took my husband's name instead of mine. Updat.

Much love and sympathy. Always enjoyed Jerry's humor. Caring husband and a great Dad. Always enjoyed the get-togethers with my parents and the Harbargers.

Betty and family...I am sorry for your families loss,Gerry was a fine gentleman. I always enjoyed him and Betty at the Elks club in Lincoln.


Christy Keough Beard Lincoln Illinois

Betty & Family,
We met Gerry and Betty over 40 years ago playing Bridge Marathon; we enjoyed many good times with them and family over the years. Wish we could be with all of you to celebrate Gerry's life and share good memories. Janet & Jerry Langenbahn

Sincere sympathy to Betty and all the May
family.

Love and prayers from Illinois friends.

Norita Willson and Rotha Dickey

He was one of the sweetest men I have ever met. We will all miss him very much. Much love. Margaret Mazzola

My parents and we had the great honor of breakfast with Mr. May and son while visiting family in Sebring, Florida for the winter. Too soon has he left this world, and we offer our condolences to his wife, Elizabeth, and their children and their families. His sacrifice and service during WWII will never be forgotten. An honorable and decent man, may he rest in peace.

Met the May's in the early 90ies.. I always felt so proud & honored to play golf with Gerry. He always had a perfect smile and was a true gentleman at heart!! I thank him for his service to our country. He will always remain a true hero to me. He will be missed by many friends and family!!!

In memory of a great man. To the entire May family, I am so sorry for your loss. May God comfort you all during this most difficult time.. My love and prayers are with you all.