Jerry D. Dingle
October 31, 1935 – November 3, 2019
84, of Tampa, Florida, passed away peacefully on November 3, 2019. Mr. Dingle is survived by his soulmate and beloved wife of 63 years, Alice; his sons Greg (Leigh), Phil (Kim), Mark (Elizabeth), and Jimmy (Angela); his grandchildren Brad (Megan), Patrick (Emily), Hannah, Lauren, Ashley, Abby, Shea, and Christian; and his great-grandchildren Luci and CeCi. Mr. Dingle is also survived by his sister Jolene Brenner of Quincy, Illinois and brother Ron Griffith of Holland, Michigan, together with their families. Mr. Dingle loved the University of Alabama, everything about Tampa, his long-time business associates and clients at Price Waterhouse, his friends, his family, and the Lord. A celebration of Mr. Dingle’s life will be held at Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church (3501 San Jose Street, Tampa, Florida 33629) at 11:00 am on Saturday, November 16, 2019, with a reception to follow at Palma Ceia Golf & Country Club. In lieu of flowers and if desired, donations may be made to The American Red Cross of Tampa Bay, The Chiselers, Inc. , or Tampa General Hospital. Arrangements handled by Blount & Curry, (813) 876-2421.
- Memorial Service Saturday, November 16, 2019
Jerry D. Dingle
Sheri Levinson Brandfass
November 15, 2019
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families. Each of us have our own memories of Jerry. Even at a young age I remember how his smile and laughter made me happy when I was around him. Even today I can see and hear it.
Vicki Dillon Jones
November 11, 2019
Alice, I am so sad to learn of Jerry’s death. So many good memories from our PW days. I especially remember the par 3 when the crocodile ate your ball and Jerry said you get a Free Drop there giving us all a good laugh! My love and prayers for you and your family.
November 8, 2019
I am so sorry to hear of your family loss. Mr. Dingle was a great friend to my dad, Robert W. Fields. His son Jimmy and I went to Plant High School together. I really enjoyed hearing my dad share memories of the Good Ole Boys at Palma Ceia playing golf together. I know they both will be missed. My prayers are with you and your family.
Chuck & Alice Kuntz
November 5, 2019
We just wanted to express our condolences to Alice and the rest of the Dingle family. You will be in our prayers.