Olinger Andrews Caldwell Gibson Chapel

407 Jerry Street, Castle Rock, CO


Jerry Wade Nigh

July 11, 1945June 30, 2020

Jerry Wade Nigh of Castle Rock Colorado passed away June 30th 2020 at the age of 75. He was born in Indianapolis, IN on July 11th 1945 to Ary Wade and Mildred Leanor Nigh. Jerry graduated from Southport High School. He attended the University of Indiana where he played both basketball and baseball, was a member of the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity and received his business degree. He then earned his MBA from the University of Arizona. He was married to the love of his life, Rosemary Blackburn on June 9th 1967. They started their family in California with Kim, Whitney and Andrea. Jerry had a successful career in medical sales and marketing that took him all over the world. He worked for; Pharmaseal, Shiley, Oximetrix, Collagen, Hemotech, Meritech and taught marketing in the MBA program at the University of Denver. He was a visionary and leader in his field. He enjoyed playing golf with his wife at the Country Club of Castle Pines and Fox Acres Country Club, was an avid handball player and loved watching college athletics (especially the Indiana Hoosiers, the Arizona Wildcats and the Missouri Tigers). He loved traveling with his family and fly fishing in the mountains. Additionally, he never met a pepper he didn’t want to eat. Jerry is survived by his wife, Rosemary. Children: Kimberly Davis (Craig), Whitney Cain (Scott) and Andrea Musfeldt (Chris). Grandchildren: Owen and Wade Davis, Mckinley, Addie, and Henry Cain, Tennison, Rylin and Whitley Musfeldt. Siblings: Sharon Paswater and Debbie Getz.

In Jerry’s words – “I was lucky to be spoiled by so many good things in life. It is the joy of the journey.”


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Dennis Madden

July 8, 2020

First of all, let me express the condolences of the whole Fort Collins handball community to the family and friends of Jerry. I knew Jerry for years; and we talked more about baseball. My son (now 18) played baseball for Rocky Mountain High School in Fort Collins. However, he was better in soccer. Of course he plays handball as well . Jerry and him would have very good coaching discussions of all three sports at the Denver Athletic Club during Handball Tournaments. We will miss you Jerry ⚾️⚽️🔵👏🙏🏻

Don Snider

July 7, 2020

Jerry was a great teammate and a key member of the undefeated 1963 Southport baseball team. God bless Jerry and his family are in my prayers.

Don and Pam Berns

July 4, 2020

Jerry has had a profound influence on our lives. We are so grateful! Jerry, Rosemary and their beautiful family are always in our hearts.
With heartfelt condolences, Don and Pam

Joy Foster

July 4, 2020

I am so sorry to hear about Jerry’s passing. I grew up playing at his house with his daughters. He and Rosemary, his wife were always so kind to me and my sister. Even as I grew up and returned to Denver, we would catch up at village parties. He always wanted to know how things were going and always talked about how he missed my Dad who died in 2002. I am thankful to have known Jerry and send lots of love to his family.

richard prosser

July 4, 2020

Wonderful guy! I first met Jerry at the age of 12 while playing Little League - we were on the same All Star team and we continued to be friends through high school. He was smart, dedicated and easy going. Prayers and best wishes to Jerry's family .

Whitney Spooner(denOden)

July 3, 2020

Your father and mom were always so
Kind and generous to me. I have such fond memories of Staying at your house those college years. I am so sorry for your loss and a big hug to your Mom.

Stephen McClure

July 3, 2020

From the Southport High School Class of 1963, Jerry will always be remembered as one of the most respectable men not only in the community & the business world. He was cherished by his Cardinal friends -- especially those closest to him. He always came to our high school reunions and he brought joy to us all. I remember his laugh and his sense of humor especially when all of us told stories that became embellished over the years. God bless you Jerry Nigh & family. See you on the other. I can imagine you teeing off right now with fellow Southport '63 grads Mike Shore & John Iselin.

Darwin (Bud) Mormon

July 2, 2020

Remember fondly our days at IU when we double dated and enjoyed Indiana basketball and 1967 Big 10 Champs football season. Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji) dances and our Intramural sports competition were special highlights. Fiji Isle's were a blast. Will miss him deeply. Love you Rosie. God Bless all of the Nigh family.
Paula and Bud

Heather Willson

July 2, 2020

RoseMary, Kim, Whitney, and Andrea, and family,

My condolences . I'm sorry for your loss. Jerry is a wonderful man and created a lovely family.
My love to you all.



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