Jennings-Kerns-Obituary

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Jennings Lee Kerns

Waynesboro, Virginia

Dec 29, 1937 - Jan 25, 2013

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Dee,
So sorry to hear of Jennings passing, we had a lot of good times over the years.
We rode to work together for a few years and have good memories of that time.
May God be with you in this time of Sorrow.
Dick Heatwole

Dee, We were so shocked to get our Elk's letter and read about our old friend.
We go back a long way together, beginning at Shenandoah College.
Our most sincere sympathy.
Betty and David Kiser, Blue Grass,Va.

Will miss u greatly!!! We will never forget all the fun times we had in Hatteras..and all the other memories our families had together...thanks to you and Dolores for first intoducing us to "THE BEACH" 30 yrs ago..we love and miss you..I know the first thing you will say when you get to heaven.."OOHHH BOOYYY"

We will miss you so much, you are going home please give my mom a hug for me, Dee aim so sorry, your are in my prayers and in my heart.

Vicky Cummings and familly, Marietta GA.

the kerns family
jennings will be missed by a lot of friends he was a sweet and good person
i liked talking with him and his friends god bless you everyone

My thoughts and prayers to the whole family during this difficult time.

My heart goes out to the Kerns Family.Jennings always was upbeat and very nice.My uncle was always looking forward to going to Florida with him,for the winter months.I know he will greatly be missed. Sending all my love, Sharon Robinson Schultz and Family

Dear Dolores!

May the Holy Spirit bring great comfort to you, your family, and Jennings' family now in this time of deep sorrow.

Delores, you and Tonya are in my thoughts and prayers today and in the days ahead. Jennings will be missed by a great circle of friends and relatives. He had a level-head and a good perspective. Although we did not see each other often during later years, I held the deepest respect, love and admiration for him. God bless you now and always!

Obituaries

Jennings's Obituaries

Jennings Lee Kerns, 75, of Waynesboro, passed away on Friday morning, January 25, 2013, at his residence. He was born on December 29, 1937, in Rockingham County, a son of the late Alvan R. and Ethel Reedy Kerns. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Camilla Mitchell...

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