Jerry L. Whetstone

Born: Wed., May 26, 1954
Died: Fri., Sep. 29, 2017


Funeral Service

Tue., Oct. 03, 2017
Location: Earl-Love Funeral Home


Visitation

4:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Tue., Oct. 03, 2017
Location: Earl-Love Funeral Home


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Jerry L. Whetstone

Jerry Lee Whetstone, age 63 of Fishers, Indiana died on September 29, 2017 at Community Heart and Vascular Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana at 8:41 a.m.

He was born on May 26, 1954 in Warsaw, Indiana to Lowell D. Whetstone and Loa Jean (Horn) Whetstone.  Jerry graduated from Akron High School in 1973.  On October 7, 1978, Jerry was married to Beth Ann Harris by Rev. Claude Fawns.

Jerry served in the United States Navy where he was a welder.  He then was employed as a millwright at Bhurt Engineering in Warsaw, Indiana.  Changing his career from there, he worked as a correctional officer at Miami Correctional Facility where he retired.

Some of Jerry’s interests included being a racing fan of Jeff Gordon and watching the Chicago Bears.  He loved spending time with his granddaughter that he cherished.  Jerry was a “happy man that never met a stranger”.

Surviving Jerry is his wife: Beth Ann Whetstone of Fishers, IN; his daughter: Amber Shae Peters (spouse Scott and their daughter, Cadence Ann Peters) of South Whitley, IN; his brother: Leon Whetstone (spouse Marlene) of Silver Lake, IN; his sister: Darlene K. Reese (spouse Dan) of Oswego, IN; sister-in-law: Pamela Prater (spouse Jeff) of Rochester, IN; brother-in-law: Marvin Harris (spouse Tina) of Huntsville, AR; father-in-law: Richard Smith of Rochester, IN

Preceding Jerry in death were his parents and mother-in-law Judy Smith.

Viewing and visitation will be Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at the Earl-Love Funeral Home, 811 East Rochester Street, Akron, Indiana.  4:00-7:00 p.m.  The funeral service will follow visitation with Pastor Derrick Harris of Olive Branch Church officiating.

For those who wish to honor the memory of Jerry, memorial contributions may be made to the family c/o Earl-Love Funeral Home, P.O. Box 503, Akron, IN  46910

The staff of Earl-Love Funeral Home considers it a privilege and an honor to care for the family of and friends of Jerry Whetstone.

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Jason and Annette Arnold
   Posted Sun October 01, 2017
So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We are here for you.
Love ya, Jason, Annette, and family

Leroy & Vivian Betts
   Posted Sun October 01, 2017
Dear Amber & family We express our sympathy to you. So sorry to hear that your father past away. May God give you comfort & strength.

Kathryn Spin
   Posted Sun October 01, 2017
Beth and Amber,
I am so sorry to hear about Jerry. Your are in my thoughts and prayers during this time. Send hugs and love. Kathy Spin

Loretta Ooley
   Posted Sun October 01, 2017
Beth,
My heart aches for you and your daughter. Praying for you to be comforted and for all the strength you will need now and in the future. When ever I think of you and Jerry, it brings a smile. You were such a bright spot in my life when we were around each other.
Much love to you, Loretta

Mari and Mitch Sturm
   Posted Sun October 01, 2017
We are so sorry for your loss. Jerry always had a smile and a heart of gold for all. We will be thinking of you Tuesday. Loving thoughts and prayers

leah corbin
   Posted Sun October 01, 2017
Beth im so sorry for your loss ,I know it is going to be hard God will hold you close and take you through this time in your life ,you always have the love Jerry gave you and your memories ,,you are loved by many .stay strong my friend ....love you Leah Corbin

Mike and Linda DeMarchis
   Posted Sun October 01, 2017
We were very sorry to hear of Jerry's passing. We always enjoyed Jerry's smiling face and friendly manner. We especially enjoyed sitting on our front porch with Jerry and enjoying a good glass of wine and cheese and crackers. Jerry always had a wonderful way not just with people but with dogs. When our son's dog saw Jerry, he always got excited and came running to see Jerry. We always maintained that Jerry was his favorite person. Jerry would always keep an eye on our house when we were out of town and took care of anything that needed to be done. There should be more kind, helpful, and wonderful people like Jerry. He will be greatly missed.

Diane Pontious (Marti)
   Posted Mon October 02, 2017
I went to school with Jerry and he was such a great guy and will be truly missed.

Diane Pontious (Martin)

Greg & Angela Romine
   Posted Mon October 02, 2017
Beth, Amber and other family members....First of all, I'm sorry we won't be able to be there for you on Tuesday. You guys are family and I feel terrible that my schedule will keep us away. Jerry was such a special and FUN part of my life during my years of living up there. And although Angela just recently met Jerry for the first time, she constantly told me that we all needed to get together again so she could "laugh some more with Jerry". He was a special man that could make anyone laugh at any time. But his laugh was always bigger then anyone else and could never be out done. That's what I'll remember the most about Jerry. Love you guys!

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