OBITUARY

Jerry W. Fudge

October 15, 1949January 5, 2011

Jerry W. Fudge, 61, of Hackett, Arkansas, formerly of Havana, Arkansas, died, Wednesday, January 5, 2011 in a Fort Smith hospital. He was born October 15, 1949 in California. He was a painter for 17 years for Allied Signal in Phoenix, Arizona. He is survived by his wife, Zelma Fudge, of the home; one step-daughter, Billie Jean Richardson of Hackett, AR; two sons, Tommy Fudge of Tucson, AZ and Michael Fudge of Mesa, AZ; three step-sons, Don McKinney of Plainview, AR, Charles McKinney of Charleston, AR, and Robert Mason of Charleston, AR; three sisters, Neoma Geer of Moses Lake, WA, Dolly Morley of Gilbert, AZ, and Barbara Jones of Booneville, AR; 6 grandchildren, as well as several step grandchildren, and step great-great grandchildren. Memorial service will be held at a later date in Arizona. Mr. Fudge was cremated under the direction of Edwards Van-Alma Funeral Home in Van Buren.

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Amy Delp

January 9, 2011

I can count on my fingers the times I saw my unle Jerry in person. Yet, he always made me feel right at home! I remeber making him and grandpa drag home all of the fish we caught because I was devistated when he threw back the first one I caught...only to get home and I wouldn't even eat the fish :) He will be missed but we must all remember the impressions he has made in our hearts for that is where he will live on forever!

Neoma Geer

January 9, 2011

Zelma, you maded Jerry very happy. We can never THANK YOU enough for that. You have always made us all feel welcome and loved. My heart hurts for us all. we will miss Jerry with all our heart. I have you to thank for the great memorys we had the past years with him. We love you

Kevin Ellis

January 9, 2011

I'll never forget all the talks Jerry and i had out in the garage. He was always happy and always knew what he was talkin about. He was one of the best men i've ever known and an awesome grandpa. He will be greatly missed, but i'm sure heaven has a new coat of paint...

Billie Richardson

January 9, 2011

Mom, I am so glad that you and Jerry found each other. He was a good stepfather and such a kind man, but what I loved most about him is how good he was to you. I will miss him very much. I love you.

Bob Woodall

January 8, 2011

Jerry & I go back as far as
AirResearch. He was always a good friend.
We used to watch his son playing foot ball at CasaGrande. I will miss him.

January 8, 2011

Zelma and family I have so much enjoyed working with you and Jerry. He will be missed by all. I am so deeply sorry and will always be here for you. Anita

Ron Gilbert

January 8, 2011

Zelma, you and Jerry were incredible caregivers for my dad for many years. I can never thank you enough. I will miss seeing his happy smile. I love you Zelma and you too Jerry. Ron Gilbert

January 7, 2011

zelma, i wont to thank you for being my brothers wife, i know you loved him so deeply. he had the best life with you, that he could have ever asked for. thank you again for all your love to all of us. we will miss jerry but you will always been in our lives. love you Gerald & Barbara Jones

joyce reed

January 7, 2011

he was a good uncle he was funny he always made people laugh he was always here for us.
and he went to soon.
we love and miss you uncle jerry rest in peace you will always be missed

Carol Stewart

January 7, 2011

Zelma I am so sorry for your loss and know that my thoughts and prayers are with you now. Love you Carol