Weller Funeral Home

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Jerry Allen MOLSTAD

October 22, 1948August 5, 2019

Jerry Allen Molstad, 70, of Cicero, WA, passed away August 5, 2019 with his loving wife by his side, holding his hand. Jerry was born in Oaks, ND October 22, 1948 to Arnold and Elaine Molstad. The family moved to Arlington in 1951, After graduation Jerry joined the Army and served with Blackhorse 11th Armored Cavalryin Vietnam. Jerry worked his way up to supervisor at the PUD, before retiring for health reasons. Now he was able to pursue his passion for fishing. Jerry was grateful for 29 years 10 months in the AA fellowship. He moved to his little farm at Cicero in 2002. He reconnected with his soul mate, Bonnie Meng, in 2011 and she joined him on the farm 2012. They enjoyed 7 ½ years together, 10 months as husband and wife. Jerry leaves his beloved Bonnie, brothers Dave (Verna) and Richard (Nancy) Daughter Jani; grandchildren Jordan, Trevor and Taylor. Many nieces, nephew, and cousins that he loved so much. Going before him, his dad, mom, brother, Chuck, sister, Joyce. A celebration of Jerry's life will be held Sunday, August 18, 2019 at 1:00 pm at Peace Lutheran Church in Silvana. Private burial at Arlington Cemetery


  • Celebration of Life Sunday, August 18, 2019


Jerry Allen MOLSTAD

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Blandin Karabinos

August 12, 2019

Bonnie, Jani and the Molstad Family,

On behalf of the 11th Armored Cavalry's Veterans of Vietnam and Cambodia, please accept my condolences and those of Jerry's many brothers of the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment. Jerry served proudly and courageously in the Howitzer Battery of the 1st Squadron in 1969 and 1970. An honored and respected trooper, it was our privilege to have him in the ranks of the Legendary Blackhorse Regiment. Our loss is that of another brother doown who we respectfully salute this day. We will actively honor his memory at our reunion and list him on the rolls of our Honored Dead. His life has not ended, merely changed and ... as we were together then (in Vietnam) we will betogether again in the life hereafter, comfortably enfolded in the loving arms of our Merciful Father.

Blandin W. Karabinos, Chaplain 11th ACVVC