Jerry E. Masterson
March 3, 1941 – May 10, 2018
Gerald Edwin Masterson, 77, passed away on May 10th, 2018, with his wife, Barbara Louise Masterson, by his side, in Roseville, California. He was born on March 3rd, 1941, in Cincinnati, Ohio to the late H Edwin and late Jean Masterson. He was the oldest of six siblings. He graduated from Xavier University in 1964, completing the ROTC Program, and Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the summer of 1964. He, then, attended Flight Training, to become a helicopter pilot. Upon completion Jerry was deployed to Vietnam, in May 1965-1966. Upon retiring as a CFO within the Silicon Valley in 2009, Jerry volunteered his time with Yu-Ai Kai, Japanese American Community Senior Services, in San Jose, CA, as a board member. He is survived by his wife, Barbara Masterson, Daughter and son-in-law, Linda and Augie Sanchez, son Ken Masterson, Glendale, AZ; grandchildren, Kayla Henry, Rosser Henry and Brittany Snowden, & Aidan Sanchez. In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to Alzheimer’s Association of Northern CA, or Yu-Ai Kai.
Funeral services will be held at Lambert Funeral Home 400 Douglas Blvd Roseville, CA; Monday, May 21, 2018 at 10am. Graveside service Sacramento Valley National Cemetery.
- Henry Edwin Masterson, Father
- Jean Marshall Dunbar, Mother
- Barbara Louise Masterson, Wife
- Linda (Augie) Sanchez, Daughter
- Ken Masterson, Son
- Kayla Henry, Grandchild
- Rosser Henry, Grandchild
- Brittany Snowden, Grandchild
- Aidan Sanchez, Grandchild
- Visitation Monday, May 21, 2018
- Funeral Service Monday, May 21, 2018
- Graveside Service Monday, May 21, 2018
Jerry E. Masterson
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May 16, 2018
My condolences to the Masterson family. No doubt this is a tough time for your family and the need for comfort is critical. Thankfully God lovingly provides us with his word the Bible which offers us this comfort. (Revelation 21:4) So very soon God will bring about a time where not only our loved ones will return., but they will return to a world where they wont be plagued by sickness or stalked by death.