Jerry M. Corle

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Jerry M. Corle

December 25, 1943 - March 04, 2019

Jerry M. Corle age 75, of Johnstown, formerly of Washington D. C. passed away at home on March 4, 2019 following a courageous battle with liver disease. Jerry was born on December 25, 1943 the son of the late Ann (Cruickshank) and Kenneth Corle. He was also preceded in death by his sister and brother-in-law Joan and Jim Havener and brother Joe Corle. He is survived by his partner of 34 years Gerry Gray, sister Betty Jane Couchenour (Dan), Fort Mill SC, sister-in-law Ruth Corle, nieces Trish Corle (Rene), Jodie Corle Babich (Jack), Tammy Corle Croce (Joe), nephew Blaine Corle (Kim) and 41 additional nieces and nephews spanning 3 generations. Also survived by his cousin Genie Sedlak (Jack). He will be missed greatly by his pets Molly, Christie, and Jaimie. Jerry graduated from Johnstown High in 1962, served in the United States Navy, and worked for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Washington D.C. until his retirement in 2003. Jerry was very proud of his Scottish heritage and spent his retirement years researching the history of his family. The family wishes to thank the nurses and aides from Conemaugh Hospice who helped care for Jerry during his final days. Family will receive friends from 12:00 p.m. Noon until time of service held 1:30 p.m. Friday, March 8, at KENNEDY'S 219 Ohio St. Johnstown, The Rev. Nancy Threadgill, officiating. Entombment Richland Mausoleum with military rites by VFW Post 155. In lieu of flowers the family asks that you take a moment over the next few days to let someone know that you love them. www.moskalandkennedyfuneralhome.com.
Published on March 6, 2019
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B-Ann Swaney
Mar 15, 2019
The last time I contacted Jerry by email and did not get a response. I had not seen him since he had moved to DC. I remember playing hide and seek with him on 348 Oakland Ave. He always seemed so mature. A cousin that I knew as a young one. But as he moved on I continued to hear of him from his Mom, my Aunt Ann and other family members. I leave him with my favorite blessing.May the road rise up to meet you.
May the wind be always at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face;
the rains fall soft upon your fields
and until we meet again,
may God hold you in the palm of His hand.
Love
B-Ann
Bee Corle Couchenour
Mar 08, 2019
My dear brother may you rest in peace. I want you to know
how much you meant to me. Please take care of Kaitie
until Dan and I arrive. Love you.
Joe n Tammy croce
Mar 08, 2019
Rip uncle JERRY, see on the other side, love you
Janis Gerney
Mar 07, 2019
Rest In Peace Uncle Jerry.
Lynne Williams
Mar 06, 2019
Uncle Jer, I remember playing “school” with you when I stayed with Nannie, which was a lot. You let me drive your Barracuda and I felt so cool. Your pain is gone and you are at peace. Miss and love you. Winnie