Jerry W. Stone

December 12, 1934June 26, 2018

Jerry W. Stone was born on December 12, 1934 and passed away on June 26, 2018.


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Lola Lawrence

August 1, 2018

Dear Marie, there is an emptiness in the world of creative photography that once was dominated by Jerry that can never be replaced by anyone else. His elegance .. his creative talent.. his bigger than life n presence at any photo club meeting or event.. will always be felt, be missed and remembered so dearly.
Jerry surely lived his life fully and proudly.. leaving memorable .. loving footprints along his way.. I am blessed to have been one of them.
We send our sincere sympathy for your great loss Marie.. with love and prayers.. from Lola and Fred
Do you remember this photo that he captured.. he was so happy about it because you had posed for him in that park that day

Ginny Baker

July 28, 2018

Dear Marie; thinking of you and Jerry, the gentle giant who always made us
feel safe on our motorcycle rides. He was a very special guy - loved by everyone. Love and prayers, Ginny

Jill Parker

July 5, 2018

Jerry was well-liked In his past work life. All of his stories are true- I know because my father, Jim Bowers ,was beside him for many of those stories. He brought a lot of joy to many people while he worked for Lamb Co. He was known as “high pockets” and is remembered with a smile. God bless him and his family. Jill Parker

Thomas Porter

July 2, 2018

I am so sorry to read of Jerry's passing. He was one of the nicest and most helpful persons I have had the pleasure to know. A photographer's photographer. I will miss him very much.
May the lord comfort and wrap you in his arms at this most grievous time ..🙏🙏
Tom Porter

Harold Griffith

July 1, 2018

Marie, I am so sad to learn of your loss. My thoughts are with you as you experience this heart wrenching loss. Gerry was such an intregal part of Port Orange Camera Club and always willing to share his knowledge and experience whenever asked.

I will miss this gentle giant.

Harold Griffith
A Canadian snowbird

Cherie and Bob DeLong

July 1, 2018

When we moved to Daytona nearly 25 years ago, you, Jerry, were one of the first people we met - by riding our motorcycles from Port Orange to Oak Hill on Tuesday mornings for breakfast. Your smiling and friendly face has always been there for us.
Many of our other meetings were at other restaurants too- where we had good conversations - met good friends and made great memories.... something about 'riding to eat!'

You were a master with the camera! Some wonderful photos for sure.

Rest now and know you are truly in a better place - in our heavenly Father's home.

Lisa Brown

June 28, 2018

Jerry you will be missed. I enjoyed all the rides and sharing a meal with you. We have so many beautiful photos you gave us on display in our house. I will always remember your great sense of humor. You were a person who makes other people laugh and I will miss that most of all.

Ride on Jerry. Lisa

Karl Brown

June 27, 2018

I will miss the wonderful motorcycle rides and breakfasts that we enjoyed together. Your sense of humor and tremendous goodwill were always present and encouraged others to be the same. You entertained us with your stories of your past, both personal and professional. You always rode in the back of the group which provided a feeling of safety from the cages speeding up behind us. You named our Tuesday breakfast group "The Red Riders;" RED for Retired Extremely Dangerous! It must have been the way we rode as we will too old to be dangerous otherwise. You were a great friend and confident; you will be greatly missed. I'm sure you will find another group to ride with (just not as down to earth as we were).

Richard and Annette Nichols

June 27, 2018

You will always be in our hearts and thoughts daily. We love you from the moon and back. We will watch over Marie. We think of all the wonderful motorcycle rides that we took and all the good restaurants we ate at. Enjoy your ride up to our Heavenly Father, it will be a ride you will never forget. Both our Love, Nick and Annette