Good bye Aunt Jerri. You will be deeply missed. Love Tony
I am so heartbroken to read this. Jerri was such a friend and colleague to me when I was at St. Mary’s. I so enjoyed working with her on concerns at work. She always had a smile and a warm personality and was so respected. Beautiful Lady. Love and Prayers to family and friends.
Brittany – Ted and I are so sorry to hear about your Mom…..I know it is a painful time for your family…..we have been praying for you all during this time….Love you….Although I did not personally know your Mom, I know she was a fine person because she raised you to be a loving, caring young worman with deep family values…..I pray that the pain will lessen with time and only sweet memories will remain….
George, I was so sorry to hear about Jerri Ann. My prayers will continue for you and the family for comfort and peace knowing she is at home with her Savior Jesus. Although I only talked to her a couple times, what I heard from you was enough evidence to know she was a real saint.
Dear George & family,
We are so saddened, and you are in our hearts & prayers.
I love this family so much my heart is breaking jerri Ann was a wonderful person and I will miss her so very much God bless all of u I love u Jerri Ann
I love this family so much my heart is so broken I will miss Jerri Ann so much she was the sweetest kindness person I have ever met God bless all of u
Jerri Ann DuBord, 63, passed away on April 26th, 2022. She was born on November 7th, 1958, to Gerald Raymond and Patricia Ann Dossett in Evansville, Indiana.
Jerri Ann was a graduate of Oakland City University. She worked as Human Resourcing for Medical Buildings around Evansville. She was the most selfless, compassionate, kind soul. She cared so much for others. She was a devout Christian and loved the Lord. She cherished time spent with her family; her grandchildren meant the world to her. She was the most amazing wife, mother, mamaw, daughter, and friend. Everything she did, she did wholeheartedly. George and Jerri Ann lived life to the fullest together whether boating, motorcycle riding, traveling, she always loved adventure. You could often find her coming home with shopping bags. She loved the beach, anything tropical interested her. Jerri Ann was so loved and will be missed immensely.
Jerri Ann was preceded in death by her father Gerald Raymond Dossett, aunt Delores Cutsinger, and uncle Carol (Odie) Cutsinger.
Jerri Ann is survived by her loving husband George DuBord; mother Patricia Ann Dossett; daughters Brittany (Kody) Chapman, Courtany (Travis) Waage, and Stephany (Jon) Stricklin; grandchildren Kuper, Ketan, Raelynn, Reid, Rowen, Ryleigh, Chase; brother Tony (Suzie) Dossett; Uncle Bobby Cutsinger; Aunts Charlotte Daughtery, Helen Myers; her fur baby Kalani; and many nieces, nephews, and extended family.
Visitation will be from 10am until the time of service at 12pm on Saturday, April 30, 2022, at Sunset Funeral Home with a burial to directly follow at Sunset Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Rush University Medical Center Oncology Center located at 1700 West Van Buren Street Chicago, IL 60612.
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