Jerry C. Tripp
April 4, 1939 – September 15, 2021
Reverend Jerry Cooper Tripp, aged 82, of Roberta, Georgia went home to be with his Jesus on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, at Heart of Georgia Hospice House in Perry, Georgia. The family will accept visitors from 2:00 until service time at Apostolic Church, 821 Russell Pkwy., Warner Robins, GA. A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 3:00 pm. Flowers are welcome or donations may be made to the church.
Rev. Tripp was preceded in death by his parents, Raleigh Tripp and Minnie Bell Tripp; brothers, Wilmer Tripp and Harvey Tripp; his loving wife, Sybil Tripp; and his great-grandson, Jody Long.
Rev. Tripp is survived by his three children, Wayne (Lucretia) Tripp, Delmar Tripp, and Faith (Wayne) Mooney. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Scott (Beth) Tripp, Mary Tripp, Justin (Rebecca) Tripp, Jeremy (Melissa) Tripp, LaBreeska (Thomas) Long, Jerry Tripp II (Jolie Balderas), Tyler Tripp (Kinsley Parks), and Eric Mooney; as well as his great-grandchildren, Geoffrey Mason (Nicole Kennedy), Andrew Mason (Savannah Ramirez), Mason Harper, Gavin Tripp, Becky Garza, Gabby Garza, Kevin Wilson, DaVinna Creamer, Madeline Tripp, Jack Tripp, and Hadassah Tripp; and his great-great grandson, Isaac Levi Mason.
Please visit www.snowsmacon.com to express your condolences or share fond memories. Snow’s Memorial Chapel, 3077 Pio Nono Avenue, Macon, GA 31206 has charge of the arrangements.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Jerry C. Tripp
September 18, 2021
Dear Family: Jerry worked with my husband, Chuck, at Zantop. We loved him and his character so very much. Last time we saw him we were at a car show in Roberta. He told us then that his health was failing, and I told him he had to be alive when Chuck died, so he could handle the services for Chuck. Rev. Jerry was a God fearing man, and there will be an empty void here on earth. While we sit shaking our heads in disbelief, Jerry is praising the Lord and reuniting with family.
September 17, 2021
I came to know Jerry when he started driving buses for us at Trans/south. He would always greet me by saying "Hey there Easy Money" because I was sitting at my desk. He later shortened it to "Easy". He was always working on something and would share his progress or problems with it. He was very proud of the accomplishments of his family and would share those with me as well. His love for the Lord showed in the way that he conducted himself no matter the circumstances. I am happy to have known Jerry and will certainly miss him. I know that his family and others will miss him as well, but we know that he is being well taken care of in his new life