Resurrection Funeral Home

40800 Hayes Road, Clinton Township, MI


Jerry Gelineau

February 28, 1957June 11, 2020

Gerald M. Gelineau, age 63, of Clinton Township, passed away Thursday, June 11, 2020. Beloved son of the late Albert & Dolores Gelineau; Dear brother of Richard (Jean) Gelineau, Thomas (Marie) Gelineau, Janice Gelineau and Jayne Gelineau. Cherished Uncle of 9 nephews and nieces and Great Uncle of 14.

A Funeral Mass will be held on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 10:00am at St. Louis Parish, 24415 Crocker Boulevard in Clinton Township. Friends may visit the church beginning at 9:30am. Gerald’s burial will follow the mass and will take place at Resurrection Cemetery, 18201 Clinton River Road in Clinton Township.

Immediately following the interment everyone is invited to join the family for a memorial luncheon at the Italian American Cultural Society and Banquet Center, 43843 Romeo Plank Road in Clinton Township.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations are appreciated to The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.


  • The late Albert & Dolores Gelineau, Parents
  • Richard (Jean) Gelineau, Brother
  • Thomas (Marie) Gelineau, Brother
  • Janice Gelineau, Sister
  • Jayne Gelineau, Sister
  • Cherished Uncle of 9 nephews and nieces and Great Uncle of 14.


15 July

Funeral Mass

10:00 am

St. Louis Parish

24415 Crocker Blvd
Clinton Township, MI 48036

Following the burial service, a memorial luncheon will be held at the Italian American Cultural Society and Banquet Center, 43843 Romeo Plank Road in Clinton Township, MI.


Jerry Gelineau

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Laurie Powell

July 14, 2020

Dear Family, I think we will all remember Jerry for his big, genuine smile. Although our family gatherings were few and far between, I will always cherish the memories we made. You will be missed at those gatherings Jerry. I will hold in my heart the thought of you and all of our other family members who have past, together and smiling once again. May your soul finally find peace. Love, your cousin, Laurie

Susan Forton

July 7, 2020


Janet Keating

June 27, 2020

What I remember most about you, dear nephew, was your courage in battling cancer and alcoholism and your continual devotion to your parents. When you set out to do anything, it was perfection.
You were an inspiration.
Love, Aunt Janet Gelineau Keating

Bill Gelineau

June 27, 2020

I got to know Jerry as a youth when we hunted and fished together.
We connected again when he was about 40 years old when We went on a 5 day canoe trip in the BWCA in Minnesota.

He was a super strong young man and after talking to him I knew how devoted he was to his Dad.

You were a great nephew Jerry. I will miss you.

Ed Vallis

June 24, 2020

Our condolences on the passing of Jerry, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

Utica Enterprises, Inc., parent company of Advanced Boring & Tool, where Jerry was an employee has made a generous contribution to The Suicide Prevention in honor of Jerry. RIP

Joel Schwark

June 16, 2020

Thank you for lending me your listening ear and a encouraging smile. Going to miss ya' buddy.

Danny Wois

June 15, 2020

We sure had some great nights some years ago on Wednesdays. You will be missed, I hope the pain is gone now. We all do the best we can and sometimes the best we can seems insufficient. Dear Lord, please have Mercy on my friend and hold his Family close to you in this trying time. I did not get to meet the rest of you but I am very sorry for your loss now. You will be in my Prayers.
God bless

Scott Jackson

June 15, 2020

I would like to send my condolences to all of the Gelineau Family. There is alot of memories as kids I remember growing up on Spitzley, and Tom. Sorry for your loss. I lost my sister Lu Ann and parents a few years back. Its rough.

Scott and Sandy Jackson

Toya Meeks-Jackson

June 14, 2020

Jerry gave me a bush trimmer when he saw me struggling to edge my bushes. Wish I could have offered him something to help with his struggles in life. So sorry, man.

Mary Opalewski

June 14, 2020

Sorry for your loss of Jerry