Jerome Lancelot Jubb, Jr., of Arnold, passed away peacefully at home on October 6, 2021. He was 63. Born October 9, 1957, to Janet and Jerome Jubb, Jerry grew up in Pasadena where he attended Northeast High School, graduating in 1976, and enjoyed playing football and wrestling. Jerry began his career at the US Postal Service where he started in 1986 as a city letter carrier in Severna Park. He eventually climbed the ranks to a corporate role at Postal headquarters in Washington, D.C., where he retired after 35 years as Lead Administrator for Commercial Pricing Shipping Agreements. From the start, Jerry was quickly recognized by coworkers and managers as a valuable asset and devoted to every role he was appointed. This was evident through the numerous promotions he received throughout the duration of his career. Colleagues recognized him for his dedication, sound judgement, hard work ethic, and willingness to serve as a trusted resource for those around him. Always an avid sports fan from a young age, he never missed a game of his beloved Baltimore Orioles and Colts, and eventually, Ravens. One of his favorite times of the year was March when he made annual visits to Florida for Orioles Spring training. Venice, Florida eventually became the location of his vacation home, where he traveled as frequently as time allowed. Whether he was watching sunsets at the local jetty or relaxing at the beach, it was his favorite place to be. His most cherished role was that of a loving husband, devoted father, and grandfather. He enjoyed completing projects around the house and helping friends in times of need. On weekends, you could find him outside doing yard work or spending quality time with his grandchildren. Jerry is survived by his wife of 40 years, Catherine, née Mainhart; his daughter Amy Hand and her husband Bill; his son Jerry and his wife Annie; and four grandchildren, Rhodes, Livingston, Mackenzie, and Pierce. He also left behind two sisters, Deborah Lerie and her husband Vince, and Kimberly Fagan and her husband Steve. A private memorial will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation in his name to CureHHT.org
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Published by The Capital Gazette on Oct. 17, 2021.