Jay William Jenkins

February 26, 1956 - May 17, 2020
Jay William Jenkins thumbnail
 
Geib Funeral Home & Crematory
Bruce Saxe
Elisabeth Sayre Kuhlman
Deborah Jenkins
Debbie (Beans) Martinelli
Tyler & Stacy Rippel
Joe Ackerman
Dave and Kathy Belknap
Jeff & Mary Rosenberry
Dwight Barnhart and Susan Bush
Jess Wilson
James And Linda Graziosi

Obituary

Jay William Jenkins, 64, of Sherrodsville, passed away peacefully in the Cleveland Clinic on May 17, 2020.

Born in Dover on February 26, 1956, he was the son of William L. and the late Margaret A. (Gibbs) Jenkins.

After graduating from New Philadelphia High School in 1974, he served in the construction field un…

read more

Jay William Jenkins, 64, of Sherrodsville, passed away peacefully in the Cleveland Clinic on May 17, 2020.

Born in Dover on February 26, 1956, he was the son of William L. and the late Margaret A. (Gibbs) Jenkins.

After graduating from New Philadelphia High School in 1974, he served in the construction field until his retirement.

On May 6, 1978, Jay married the former Pamela “Pam” Pace and together were blessed with the birth of three children and three grandchildren, all of whom he adored.

Jay was a member of Local #134, the B.P.O.E Lodge #510, the New Philadelphia VFW, and the Atwood Yacht Club. He greatly enjoyed living on Atwood Lake and when not on the lake boating, you could find he and Pam antiquing. An avid Cleveland Browns fan, Pam will miss their Sundays rooting on their team together.

A kind, gentle and fun loving man, he will be deeply missed by his wife, Pam; children, Abby (Patrick) Beattie, Hallie Jenkins and Joshua Jenkins; his grandchildren, Jack and Anne Beattie and Evan Keller; his father, William Jenkins and sisters, Sally Figowy and Jody Martin; and numerous dear friends.

No public visitation or services are scheduled at this time.

hide

Leave a Condolence

View All Condolences Post a Condolence

Service Information

Service Information

No public visitation or services are scheduled at this time.


Life Event Timeline

Help tell the story of Jay by contributing to the Life Event Timeline. Upload the photo of an event...

Post an Event

Timeline for Jay William Jenkins

Born: February 26, 1956
Died: May 17, 2020

Condolences for Jay William Jenkins

Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

On behalf of the Geib Family and Staff, we offer our most sincere sympathy for your loss. We are honored to have been called upon to serve your family.

 

Steve Gibbs posted on 5/25/20

Dear Pam, we are so saddened to hear of Jay’s passing. You and Jay were always the greatest couple and are hearts go out to you in your loss. He was a kind and loving man. We miss being with you to share hugs and special memories. We loved getting together with our cousins Sally, Jay and Jody at Grandma and Grandpa Gibbs’s. Later we brought our own families for festive holidays at Margaret and Bill’s. You and your children have our sympathy. Love Richard, Steve and Peg Gibbs.

 

Vicki Simpson posted on 5/23/20

Pam-I’m so sorry to hear of Jay’s passing. Prayers for you & the kids & grandkids.

 

Jessie Lahr posted on 5/22/20

Dearest Pam and Family, Life rushes by so fast, capturing us in the excitement, the fun challenges, the strife, and ultimately our losses. Despite our family branches being connected on the same family tree, our paths and life demands led off in different directions. We last talked at Robert's (Gibby's) wake, which was so nice, but sad due to our loss of Gibby. Then my memory next goes way back to when I was in high school and Jay was probably in about 5th grade. Perhaps, Pam, you were in Jay's life even then, as I know you guys were lifelong sweet hearts, soul mates, meant for each other from the beginning. In this memory our various family branches were all crowded into Barb and Gibby's basement, with Margaret and Bill and their gang (including Jay of course), and Connie Lahr with Becky, Jeff, and me (Jessie) and the Gibbs' clan. Yep, it was Thanksgiving and we were stacked in the basement with a HUGE long table shoulder to shoulder and the day was wonderful. Food galore, desserts for any sweet tooth, happy festivity, nonstop talking and action. Thinking back it brings so many heartfelt feelings of love and auspicious hopeful energy. As our lives traveled down all our individual paths, our destinies unfolded, and some of us have crossed over to the spirit realm. I have just read a book titled We Don't Die, and in this book, and most of our spiritual philosophies, when our lives are completed, our spirits move to the spirit plane and develop further on our evolutionary paths, fulfilling our separate and individual needs. I can vividly see Jay being lovingly greeted by those very Thanksgiving Day guests, those who have transitioned into the spirit path before Jay- Margaret his mother, Barb and Gibby, Robert Gibbs, other close friends and family. He is not alone, and he has left his tired worn body behind. He is a free spirit, Pam, and is on his new path of development. You will see him again when your life path is completed. Go forward as your life fulfills, and send out loving energy beacons to Jay. He will get them. We send you and Jay's family lots of love, life fulfillment and devotion energy to your own development paths. Everything happens as it is meant to be and will work out for the best for you all. Jessie Lahr, Becky and Dale Keener.

 

Bruce Saxe posted on 5/22/20

I worked with Jay at Don Wartko Construction 20+ years ago and the last couple years at 1127. He was the first person to say hello when I hired in. Had a lot of laughs with him on the job. Very sorry to hear this. He was an awesome guy. Prayers for all of you.

 

Michael Brown posted on 5/22/20

He was a perfect gentleman, always a positive person, always took time for you. His family is a testiment of this great man, God speed Jay!?

 

Greg & Georgianne Turner posted on 5/22/20

Pam and family, we are so very sorry and sad to hear of Jay's passing. Our Thoughts & Prayers are with you.

 

Elisabeth Sayre Kuhlman posted on 5/21/20

Sam and Betty Sayre, and daughter Elisabeth, send warm and sincere prayers for Peace to Pam and family. Jay will NEVER be forgotten in our home!! From Sam who “worked”with Jay for many years says “Jay brought so much fun and laughter to the job that it really never felt like work. He was as good of a cook and comedian as he was a welder. Only guy I every knew who was so skilled he could weld 2 beer bottles together neck to neck. With Jay, you never knew what to expect, he was a great friend. He’d always bring a smile and a laugh. He always made things fun. A true joy. Great jokes, lots of laughs and he made great meals for the crew on the job site.” From Elisabeth-We’ll never forget him!! He could always make us kids laugh and our favorite trick was when he’d put his whole fist in his mouth-what a character!! He’ll also forever be famous for our family’s favorite dessert which we refer to as “The Jay Jenkin’s Dessert”. Jay gave his vanilla ice cream layered cake to my mom Betty many years ago and she’s passed it on to each generation. God Bless Jay for being such a great character and bringing so much lasting joy to those around him. He will be deeply missed and always remembered. Thank you Jay for all the wonderful memories. Fondly, The Sayre Family

 

Deborah Jenkins posted on 5/21/20

To Pam, your children, you are ALL loved and my Jenkins family! I wish to light this candle as a memorial to my cousin Jay for in my heart are very special memories of him. The Jenkins family is a family to which I am so blessed to belong to. The Bible tells us that laughter is good medicine and this family sure knew about that. We are strong willed but at the same time very kind and loving. No mean spiritedness ever. Jay was no exception. In my life reside some very cherished memories of family visits. In good times and some very sad visits it would always turn to our humorous side. And as I remember Jay’s humor was always in that mix too. Then throw in my loved parents, my loved aunt and uncle, my loved cousins Jay’s sisters, my loved sister and myself and the room always became filled with laughter and merriment. I remember several times laughing so hard that tears were running down my face. Oh, and as a little girl, I always wondered why Jay and my sister, Julie got all the freckles and I did not get any! So yes I will be missing you Jay but I am going to come out of this sadness and celebrate having you being a wonderful part of my life. I know that you are resting in peace now with Our Lord my dear cousin.

 

Debbie (Beans) Martinelli posted on 5/20/20

Thinking of your family and have fond memories of the fun times we had the Elks many years ago. I’m glad we got to visit at Lockport a few months ago too. Jay’s memory will live on. Prayers

 

Beth (Knisely) Franz posted on 5/20/20

Pam, Bill, Sally, Jody, and Families: I was saddened to learn of Jay's passing. He was a good, friendly, person with an endearing ornery streak. Although I haven't seen him in several years, I have happy memories of growing up with the Jenkins Family. From picnics, to campfires, to outside games, we enjoyed our neighborhood friends! Hopefully, your fond memories will bring you peace. With deepest sympathy, Beth Franz

 

Tyler & Stacy Rippel posted on 5/20/20

Jay's wonderful personality and warm heart will be deeply missed. Our thoughts are with Pam and the family. We wish we had more time with Jay at the lake.

 

Joe Ackerman posted on 5/20/20

Jay will be truly missed by all who were fortune enough to cross paths with him. May he rest in piece, amen. With our deepest sympathy, - the Acuren Inspection family.

 

Vern and Genevie Bair posted on 5/20/20

Pam and family, Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. They say remember the good times you have with loved ones. Those times are many. Jay always had a smile and greeted us like long lost friends. He will never be replaced but always missed and remembered. Vern and Genevie

 

Dave and Kathy Belknap posted on 5/19/20

We are saddened by Jay's death. He will be greatly missed. He fought a courageous fight and overcame a lot. May God give you comfort and Jay peace.

 

Brad and Zoe Zimmerman posted on 5/19/20

We will remember all of Jay's school years with my sister, Amy (now Reiser). He's the little brother of my school friend Sally 1972. Always a fun and friendly kid with a happy face. After we all grew up and returned home (NP) to live adult life and raise children Jay was always friendly, positive and had a kind thing or two to add to every conversation. Never heard him say anything negative about anyone. He even welded a support basketball goal for my boys to use to match our existing John Colombo goal support. Made a great place for a lot of kids to play full court B Ball and hang out. Later in life Jay remained always engaging, positive and supporting to all his friends. We all lost a kind and gentle man whose happy face, funny observations and comfort we will miss greatly. RIP Jay - you are safe and well again. Our sympathy to Pam, Children and Siblings. All good people.

 

Greg chek posted on 5/19/20

Pam you have my deepest condolences I am so sorry to hear about your loss J and I were very good friends when we were young we did a lot of crazy things it’s amazing that we did not get thrown in jail I have a Lotta great memories of him and I always Will if there’s anything that I can do for you please let me know I am so sorry we lost a great guy love Greg

 

Abby Bennington posted on 5/19/20

Pam,Hallie and Family I'm sorry for the loss of your husband and dad. Hugs

 

Jeff & Mary Rosenberry posted on 5/19/20

Our very deepest sympathy Pam and family! Holding you in our prayers

 

Pam Zoelle Myers posted on 5/19/20

Pam, Abby, Hallie, and Josh-Im am so sorry to read of Jays passing! Sending thoughts and prayers to all of you... Seems forever ago that I was in your wedding... memories ...use them to comfort you! Hugs to you my old friend! Pam

 

Tanya Diglaw posted on 5/19/20

Pam, we are so sorry. Jay was such a wonderful person. He will be dearly missed. Please let us know if you need anything. Digger and Tanya Diglaw.

 

Susan and John Davis posted on 5/19/20

Our deepest sympathy, Pam, to you and your family. We always enjoyed talking to Jay and joking with him. John and he shared some good memories. May God wrap his arms around him and give him peace.

 

Dwight Barnhart and Susan Bush posted on 5/19/20

Pam our condolences to your family. Jay will certainly be missed. To a life well lived and loved.

 

Kimberly Chek posted on 5/19/20

I remember Jay as being such a funny, ornery guy always having a good time. Greg has told me many stories about the things him and Jay used to do, it’s a wonder they didn’t get thrown in jail! Pam, my heart breaks for you losing your long time love of your life. Abby, Hallie, and Josh be there for each other and your mom. Prayers for all of you and your extended family.

 

Sara Wise posted on 5/19/20

Abby and family- I'm so sorry about your dad. <3

 

Jess Wilson posted on 5/19/20

Pam, Abby, Hallie and Josh, I'm so sorry for your loss. He was a great man and fought hard. Thinking about you all.

 

James And Linda Graziosi posted on 5/19/20

We are very sorry for your loss. Never had the pleasure of meeting Jay but he sounds like a special person.

 

Don and Vi Leggett posted on 5/19/20

Pam. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I will always cherish the great memories of my childhood best friend. Rest in peace Jay.

 

Jeff Calhoun posted on 5/19/20

Pam, Jay fought a long and hard battle. His courage was unsurpassed. No matter when or where you saw him, he was always upbeat and positive. I will always remember the great times we had on the golf course, cause he always made us laugh. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers as you honor his life. Peg and Jeff Calhoun

 

Dave and Ruth Meese posted on 5/19/20

So sorry to hear of Jay's passing. Our prayers and sympathy to all of your family. God Bless.

 

Doug and Peg McIntire posted on 5/19/20

Our hearts are broken with Jay’s passing. He was quite the character and always a joy to be around. He was a dear friend to so many. He will be so deeply missed. Prayers for comfort and strength to Pam and his family.

 

Nick Incarnato posted on 5/19/20

Dear Pam and Family, We are so very sorry to read about Jay’s passing. So sorry for your loss. He was a good guy ! It seemed to me, that no matter what he was dealing with or going through, he always had a smile on his face and something positive to say. Although we didn’t see each other that often, I always enjoyed running into you guys at the lake, the VFW, or wherever. Rest In Peace Jay. Our sincere condolences. Nick & Sherry Incarnato

 

joan johnson posted on 5/19/20

Pam and family, Sending our condolences in the loss of Jay. We will miss his positive attitude for life. He will be missed. In sympathy, Mike and Joan Johnson

 

Bob Cheslock posted on 5/19/20

So sorry to hear this Pam jay was a great guy

 

Patty Burson posted on 5/19/20

With sincere sympathy to all the Jenkins Family in the loss of a husband, father, grandfather, brother, and son. Jay was a hardworking and fun loving guy who could always make us laugh ! You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Tim,Patty,Daniel,Rachel Burson

 

Marcia davis posted on 5/19/20

My thoughts and prayers are with you all! RIP Jay!

 

Bags Thomas-Moore posted on 5/19/20

We were very sorry to hear of Jay's passing. We send out sincere sympathies...Babs & Mike Thomas-Moore

 

Kate West posted on 5/19/20

Thoughts and prayers to the family. He will be missed.

 

Rhonda Beans posted on 5/19/20

Rest in Peace my friend....I will cherish all our happy memories!

 

Rhonda Beans posted on 5/19/20

So sorry to hear this Pam...I'll always remember jay and the fun we had at the lake...many happy memories...Prayers to you and the children during this difficult time...Larry & Rhonda Beans

 

Rhonda Beans posted on 5/19/20

So sorry to hear this Pam...I'll always remember the great times we had together at the lake...many happy memories! Prayers to you and your children...may you find peace throughout this difficult time...Larry and Rhonda Beans

 

Vicki Miller posted on 5/19/20

Sorry for your lose Pam and family. This is a difficult time for this to happen. Prayers are on your way. Vicki Dummermuth Miller

 

Debbie Cihon Graves posted on 5/19/20

Dear Pam and family, My heart breaks for you all. I knew Jay for most of my life He was a great guy, friend & classmate. Even though I am not living in Philly. People, places and things will always be with me, happy or sad. You are in my prayers and memories.

 

Brad and Mary Jane Rippel posted on 5/19/20

Pam, Bill, Sally, Jody and your entire Families. My heart goes out to all of you as you mourn the loss of this beautiful soul! I am so happy to have grown up as life-long friends with the Jenkins Family. Jay was a constant in all out lives. If you needed lifted up, Jay always had kind words or a funny story to make us smile. A hard worker, a wonderful Family man, and a friend to all he met, Jay's loss will leave a void in many of our hearts! May your minds focus on the happy times and the times that Jay made us all laugh outloud. Rest in Peace, my friend. Pam, please call us if there is anything we can do to help out. Love, Brad and Mary Jane Rippel

 

Mike and Janie Brown and Family posted on 5/19/20

Pam, Abby, Hallie, Josh you have our deepest condolences and are in our thoughts and prayers. Please do not hesitate to reach out to any of us during this difficult time. You are like family to us and you all mean the world to us. May you always remember those positive loving memories of his lifetime that gave you your beautiful family. With loving sympathy, Janie, Mike, Michael, Lindsay and Abby

 

Jim Grafe posted on 5/19/20

Am so sorry to hear of Jay's passing. I went to welding school with him. My prayers are with with you.

 

Barb Dutton posted on 5/19/20

Pam and family you are all in my prayers. RIP Jay.

 

Carl and Jackie Draher posted on 5/18/20

So sorry Pam and Family! Jay was a great guy! Always so happy and caring! He will be missed! Prayers for your healing at this time. RIP Jay. Carl and Jackie Draher

 

Julie lozano posted on 5/18/20

Dear Pam, Hallie, Abby and Josh, My family and I are so saddened to hear of Jay’s passing. You are in our prayers. Jay was so much fun and full of life. I have many fond memories of being in Columbus at our house and in New Philly at my aunt and uncle’s house hanging out with him. He was larger than life!!! So handsome and charismatic!! Also in my prayers are my cousins, Jay’s sisters, Sally Jo and Jody and their families, and, of course, my Uncle Bill, Jay’s dad. Rest In Peace my dear cousin. I love you. You’re with our Lord now and you are not suffering. The Lord’s unfailing love surrounds... Psalm 32:10 Julie Lozano (Jenkins) and Carlos Lozano Kyle Lozano Eric and Patty, Isabella, Victoria and Eric Lozano Kyle and Kristin Oakman (Lozano) and Emma

 

Bob & Linda Kuchner posted on 5/18/20

So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Bob & Linda Kuchner

 

Jan Biasella posted on 5/18/20

Dear Pam, & Family, I am so sorry to learn of Jay's passing. He was such a good man, who fought so hard. My condolences to you, & all the family. Love, & prayers, Jan Biasella

 

Sherry Miller posted on 5/18/20

Oh Pam and kids, my heart is just aching for each and everyone of you. He was always a super nice, thoughtful and kind man. Loved to hear him whistle like a phone ringing. Always so friendly when we had card club. He will be so deeply missed. Love you guys!

 

Sue Staley posted on 5/18/20

Our very deepest sympathy Pam and family! Holding you in our prayers! Tim & Sue Staley

 

Joan Young posted on 5/18/20

So very sorry to hear this Pam. Jay was quite the man. He will be greatly missed. Our love to you and your family. Lou and Joan Young

 

Vicki Flickinger posted on 5/18/20

He was a man with a heart of gold.

 

Bob Pedersen posted on 5/18/20

I'm so sorry for your loss. My deepest and most sincere sympathy to your family.

 

Chip Godfrey posted on 5/18/20

So sorry to hear of this. My deepest sympathies to Pam and Jays entire family. Rest in peace my old friend .

 

Judy bosler posted on 5/18/20

Jay always could make you laugh...You are in our thoughts and prayers Pam.. What a fight he fought Judy and Kevin “bones” Bosler

 

Matt Gasser posted on 5/18/20

Jay was an awesome man. Good father great worker and I am sure super Grandfsther. Jay was my bench coach in Ciach pitch when Josh played. So many fun times and alot of laughs Jay will be greatly missed. It wazalways awesome great seeing him. He always loved talking about the fun times we had at work or play. Deepest sympathy and prayers to his family. Jay knew how I felt about him and how he felt about me. Two gentleman passing bthrough life

 

Jim and Kim Bird posted on 5/18/20

Pam, Abby, Hallie and Josh - So sorry for your loss!

 

brian fenton posted on 5/18/20

rest in peace Jay sorry for your loss Pam

 

Joe and Cindy Parsons posted on 5/18/20

Prayers to you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Lori Spittle and Terry Geers posted on 5/18/20

So sorry Pam! Thoughts and prayers to you and your family! Hugs!

 

Jeannie Haney posted on 5/18/20

Kenny And I are so sorry for your loss, great memories, Jeannie and Ken Haney

 

Gus Lambros posted on 5/18/20

Pam my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

John Wyrie posted on 5/18/20

Pam, so sorry to hear your loss. You & your family have my deepest sympathy. Remembering Jay and his friendship at AYC in my prayers. God Bless

 

Lisa and Russ Leiden posted on 5/18/20

So sorry Pam for your loss. Please know your friends are here for you to help you through this difficult time

 

Rebecca (Finley) Graff posted on 5/18/20

I’m so very sorry for your loss. My sincere, heartfelt sympathy to you & your family.

 

Tracy Harris posted on 5/18/20

Pam and family, My heart breaks for you. I am learning if you remember Jay in your heart, your thoughts and all of the memories you created and always think of him he will never be gone. He is now at peace. God bless you.

 

Jon Newell posted on 5/18/20

Pam, you and your family are in our prayers for strength and comfort. Jon and Linda Newell

 

Vicky Kuecher posted on 5/18/20

So sorry to hear your loss. He was such a nice man. Enjoyed talking to him on the lake

 

Betty Burrier Misch posted on 5/18/20

My most sincere condolences on the passing of Jay. Sending prayers for peace and comfort.

 

Walt and Cindy Fink posted on 5/18/20

Pam and family, we were so very sorry to hear the sad news about Jay. Sending our love. Walt and Cindy

 

Sue Hummel posted on 5/18/20

Oh Pam, I am so very sorry to hear about Jay. You two made an amazing couple and raised a beautiful family. Treasure your loving memories and may you find peace that he is no longer suffering.

 

Harry & Dee Ann Horstman posted on 5/18/20

Sending our Sincere Sympathy!

 

Mark Warfield posted on 5/18/20

SINCERE CONDOLENCES REST IN PIECE MY DEAR FRIEND!

 

Mary Ann Otte posted on 5/18/20

Pam, Abby, Hallie and Josh: You have my deepest sympathy. I loved us being neighbors and friends. He was such a nice guy. Please know that I am thinking of you all and keeping you in my prayers. Wishing you peace and comfort during these sad times. Mary Ann

 

Norma Campbell posted on 5/18/20

Pam I am so sorry. Jay will be truly missed. Prayers to you and your family.

 

Terry and Linda Correll posted on 5/18/20

Sorry for your loss.

 

Ellen Whyde posted on 5/18/20

Thoughts & prayers to you Pam & family. Jay was a great guy. The good ones go too soon. He was a former co- worker & friend of my late husband on the pipeline & former neighbor on N Broadway ! Sincere sympathy. Ellen Whyde & Tim Johnston

 

Suzanne Weegar posted on 5/18/20

Pam, we are so saddened to hear this news. Please give our deepest sympathy to your whole family. He was such a fighter! Ken and Sue

 

Sharon Tidrick posted on 5/18/20

So sorry to hear of this ,Pam. Deepest Sympathy from Phil and I both. Sharon

 

Harper & Sue Mellott posted on 5/18/20

Our condolences to Pam and family. A good guy taken way to soon.

 

Tom and Suzanne Moore posted on 5/18/20

So sorry to hear about a Jay. Tom says that every time he ever saw Jay, he always made him laugh about something! He will be missed.

 

Steve Stemple posted on 5/18/20

Prayers to Jay's family. RiP brother.

 

Gary Miller posted on 5/18/20

DO SORRY TO HEAR THIS.R.I.P.MY FRIEND.PRAYERS TO YOU PAM AND FAMILY.

 

Cindy Dague posted on 5/18/20

Thoughts and prayers Pam and family.

 

Mark and Brenda Johnson posted on 5/18/20

Pam sorry for your loss. He will be missed

 

Karen (Beitzel) Welch posted on 5/18/20

So sorry to hear of Jay's passing. Keeping all of you in my prayers during this very difficult time. When Jay, Sally and Jody were growing up I used to babysit for them. Jay always kept me on my toes!

 

Mark and Brenda Johnson posted on 5/18/20

Pam so sorry for your loss. We will miss him.

 

Paula Sergent Drumm posted on 5/18/20

Even though it's been years the memories I have are fond ones. Jay was always ready with an easy smile and a kind word. God's peace and comfort to Pam and the family.

 

Randy Wells posted on 5/18/20

So sorry to hear this. Prayers to Pam and family Randy & Peggy Wells

 

Bob Alsept posted on 5/18/20

Very sorry for your loss. I enjoyed knowing Jay from our pipeline days and later at NPHS with his kids. Prayers to all.

 

Linda & Tim Kamerer posted on 5/18/20

My heart breaks for you all. Jay was a great guy. Gone too soon. Cherish the memories!

 

Mike and Mary Beth Edwards posted on 5/18/20

Dear Pam So sorry to hear about Jay. Always enjoyed see you at Atwood and sharing a beverage or two. Keeping all of you in thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. He was a wonderful guy.

 

Thad & Brigitte Rosenberry posted on 5/18/20

So sorry for your loss Pam and family. Thinking of you guys!

 

JULIE Meyer and Gary Spahr posted on 5/18/20

Our deepest sympathy to Pam, family and friends.

 

17