Jerry Redmon
Jerry Redmon N. CHARLESTON - Jerry Redmon, devoted and beloved son, husband, father, brother, and grandfather passed away Friday, December 26th. Jerry was an incredibly unselfish giver of his love, time, and energy, from his brave service to his country in The United States Navy during The Vietnam War, continuing to his service to the North Charleston Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. None who knew Jerry would be surprised to learn that he was helping someone else when he was called home to do even greater work for Jehovah. He is survived by his mother, Dawn Redmon of St. Augustine; wife, Theodora Redmon of North Charleston; brother, Robert King of St. Augustine; daughter, Sabrina Spiegelman of Ocala, FL; son, Steven Whitson of North Charleston; 3 grandchildren; and many wonderful friends from the Hall. Services will be held at the North Charleston Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 1521 Mosstree Rd., North Charleston 29405 on Friday, January 2nd at 7pm. In lieu of flowers, the family humbly requests donations be made to The North Charleston Kingdom Hall's Worldwide Ministry Work. Visit our guestbook at charleston

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Published by Charleston Post & Courier from Dec. 28 to Dec. 29, 2014.
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May the memories of Jerry comfort the family during this difficult time.
Annette Dunmeyer, SC Sea Grant
January 8, 2015
My deepest sympathies go out to Teddy, the Redmon family & friends. Jerry was a great mentor to me & to lot of people who have been blessed to know him. He was a great inspiration to many & I will always have the fondest memories of him. God bless him & the Redmon family.
Bert Red
January 8, 2015
Jerry was always there to help understand purchasing from the first time I met him back in 1984. I enjoyed working with him on special purchasing projects over the years. My thoughts are with you. May your memories of wonderful times you shared with Jerry comfort you.
Sharon Ford
December 31, 2014
So sorry to have heard of Jerry's call for further service. As a previous MUSC co-worker & neighbor @ Oakwood Ave, Jerry was always there with a warm greeting & wonderfully kind disposition. I will miss visiting & talking with him over the years. My thoughts & prayers are with you all.
December 31, 2014
So saddened by the passing of Jerry Redmon. He was a quiet, humble man but, so big in his showing 'genuine love' for others. Jerry will be very much missed but, we look forward to seeing him again! We love you Teddy and you have lots of friends who will be there when and if you need us.
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Christine Colbert
December 30, 2014
My deepest sympathy goes to the Redmond Family. Jerry was such a one of a kind person. He was so sweet, loving and caring. Working with Jerry was such a joy, he was very knowledgeable and always willing to help anyone at anytime.
Angie DeVeaux
December 30, 2014
I am so sorry to hear about him. My sympathy goes to Redmond family and his wife, Theodora. May he rests in peace.
Mary Spell (former wife of Robert King) of Jacksonville, FL.
Mary Spell
December 29, 2014
His mother misses his daily evening phone calls already. Such a good son, brother and uncle. His family will miss him.
Beth Burt
December 29, 2014
Teddy - My heart goes out to you and the rest of the family. Jerry was not just a co-worker he was like family. I have never come across a person as loving, caring and giving of himself to others. He was always there regardless of what was being asked of him.
My prayers are with you.

Gloria Rivera
December 29, 2014
I'm sorry to hear about the lost of a great man.He would go over and beyond to help anyone.
Raynard James
December 29, 2014
Our deepest sympathy goes to the Redmon family in knowin what a wonderful person Jerry was.May Jehovah bless and keep you always.Julius & Mary Strong
julius Strong
December 28, 2014
I will always remember how humble and giving brother Redmon was.I will miss are talks after the meetings and are love for collecting. Are brother will be missed.
Benjamin Williams
December 28, 2014