OBITUARY

Gerald Landcastle

September 8, 1935August 31, 2020

LANDCASTLE, Gerald, 84, a United States Navy Seabee, MCPO, Retired, passed away on August 31, 2020.

Gerald is survived by his beloved wife, Sharon L Landcastle of nearly 60 years; son, Scott Landcastle (Mary Hamerick); daughters, Maureen Harder and Robyn (Rich) Jacobson; grandchildren, Calvin (Angie) Jacobson, Tyler (Victoria) Jacobson and Renae Harder; and great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph A and Geraldine Landcastle; brothers Teddy Landcastle and Richard Landcastle; and grandson Jacob Harder.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, September 04, 2020, at 10:00 AM, at Surprise Funeral Care, 16063 W. Bell Road, in Surprise, Arizona. A Funeral Mass will be held at St Joseph’s Catholic Church in Ferndale, Washington at a later date, with Military Honors at the graveside at Greenacres Memorial Park.

In lieu of flowers memorials may be sent to St Claire of Assisi Catholic Church, 17111 W Bell Rd. in Surprise, Arizona, 85374 OR Navy Seabee Memorial Scholarship Association P.O. Box 667 Gulfport, Mississippi 39502.

To sign the guest book online, to share memories and send condolences and well wishes to the family, please visit, www.surprisefuneralcare.com

Services

  • Celebration of Life

    Friday, September 4, 2020

Memories

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Peggy Beach

September 13, 2020

I went to high school with Jerry. He was very well liked by all. Many happy memories of days gone by. My thoughts and prayers are with Sharon and family. Rest In Peace Jerry until we all meet again.

Gayle Larson

September 11, 2020

What a great man Jerry was.
And what a wonderful couple he and his Sharon made..
I'm sure he is now wrapped in God's arms .
And, Sharon, I know you are forever in his heart. ❤

Daniel Bower

September 9, 2020

Our sincere sympathies to Master Chief Landcastle's family. We of the Battalion-specific non-profit, "The Seabees of NMCB-74, Inc" give honor to a man who served our Battalion in Vietnam in 1970 and 1971 as a Senior Chief Builder (BUCS), and who had only recently become a member of our group along with his wife Sharon, who will remain a life member of this organization.
As we say in the Navy: "Fair Winds and Following Seas."

----Dan Bower, Pres.

Greg Young

September 9, 2020

I've worked for dozens of Mayors in my career and no one loved his community more than Jerry. Rough around the edges with a heart of gold, his "can do" attitude resulted in both friends and adversaries. I and Ferndale will never be the same because of him.

Kate Gregory

September 8, 2020

My favorite memories of Jerry are from the wreath laying ceremonies at the Seabee Memorial in Washington DC. Jerry (and Sharon) were always there early, helping set things up, saying encouraging words to the Color Guard, and serving as impromptu hosts enthusiastically greeting people, renewing old friendships and making news ones. When the ceremony began, he stood so tall and looked so proud. I was always moved watching him place the wreath in front of the monument. I remember attending some very cold ceremonies with him and his big smile and cheerfulness always warmed me up. I will think of him every time I'm at the Memorial and miss him very much.

Jack Tangen

September 6, 2020

Please accept our deepest sympathy and condolences from the members of the NSVA Department of New York. We mourn the passing of a brother Seabee and gentleman. May his soul rest in eternal peace.

Randall Fox

September 5, 2020

Mrs. Landcastle, Maureen, Scott and Robin. You and yours, have my most sincere condolences.

I am a better man for having known Mr Landcastle. He was always very kind to me, as you all have been, and very supportive.

Pat Brown

September 5, 2020

Sending my sincere condolences to Sharon and other family members, remembering Jerry and all that he did for his comunity in Ferndale Washington.

Helbe Korth

September 5, 2020

My heart goes out to you, Sharon, and your entire family. Even though we didn't know each other for very long, Rich and I always looked forward to seeing you at what used to be our usual Saturday evening Mass and were deeply touched by your kindness and spirit. Peace be with you all.

Erin Vander Yacht

September 4, 2020

Sharon I was so sad to hear of Gerry's passing.
You guys were so supportive of me when I moved to Ferndale.
I still think of you both often. You will always be family.
Love you
Erin ♥️

FROM THE FAMILY

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