Jerry Dan DOLLAR

August 5, 1958May 5, 2019

Jerry Dan DOLLAR was born on August 5, 1958 and passed away on May 5, 2019.


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Jerry Dan DOLLAR

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Nadia Burks

May 10, 2019

Wow, I met Jerry back in the early 90’s at Sea World. Jerry was the most genuine individual I have ever met. His kind words, his smile, his genuine care for people. Jerry’s craftsmanship is what caught my attention. I would always see many different ice sculptures and crafted fruits and vegetables at the many events held at the park and I would wonder, who is this person? Jerry Dollar. This is when he became a big part in my life. His talent was so awesome, I bragged on him so much everybody wanted him to do work for them . ‘I would keep him to myself’ many of times we would talk about his Kidney issues and he was a big part in helping me be supportive of a friend who was going through the same thing. You will be missed my friend. God has really chosen a soldier, You can really make heaven more beautiful than it is. Until we meet again REST IN PARADISE.

Jaeson Dollar

May 9, 2019

Jerry. You were such a great person. You put everyone before yourself. I've never met a man with such a caring and loving personality. I'm going to miss you so much. I love you and I look forward to the day we see each other again. I love you and may you rest in piece Uncle Jerry.

Jim Sousa

May 9, 2019

Jerry was my childhood friend since we were seven years old. He was a shining light on how to treat and love others , and his faith in God was the most genuine I have ever seen. I will miss our talks and the encouraging text messages he would send me almost daily. He was like a brother, and I will miss him dearly. Enjoy heaven my brother, and look forward to seeing you again.

Jimmy Dollar

May 9, 2019

My brother Jerry was a true warrior, over the past 34 years he never let any illness get him down. His smile along with his personality touched so many lives, always left an impression on how he truly cared for other’s. I will truly miss your laughter along with your humor! Love You Brother.