Jerry Owen Vick passed away June 12, 2019 at the age of 84. He is preceded in death by wife, Carol McKee Vick; mother, Dagmar Devore (Morris Devore); father, Raymond Vick (Marge Vick); infant sister, Carol; brother, Roger; brother-in-law, Allan Nygaard. Survived by sister, Beth Nygaard; nieces, nephews, and special friends, Jeff and Sherry Tucker. Jerry grew up in Robbinsdale and Bloomington. He graduated and joined the Navy. Upon returning he worked as a hair stylist where he met the love of his life, Carol. They married in 1964 and bought a home in Bloomington. This was the happiest time of Jerry’s life. They furnished their home, enjoyed gardening, cooking, and traveling. They shared a strong faith in God. Carol passed away in 1974. Most of Jerry’s work life was spent as a bus driver and custodian for Bloomington school district. Jerry filled his retirement with golf, playing golf, watching golf and making golf clubs. He participated in the TLC golf league for several years.
Jerry was a generous man who loved people. His humor will be remembered by many.
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Thank you Pastor Ed for those sweet honest words about Jerry. Jerry Vick was also a good friend to me when we joined TLC many years ago. I too have an insane and unrewarding affection for the game of golf. It took Jerry about two minutes to work that out of me. Like you, he offered to help me with my game. Although I did not have women's clubs (that's a story I've heard from many TLC congregants) he invited me to his house to show me his shop and memorabilia. I was struck initially by his pleasant cheerful warmhearted demeanor and confidence to open up to people with his own special tenderhearted joy and humor. In doing just that he lit up the room with his genuine gentle demonstration of Gods love. Although I haven't seen Jerry now for several years, now that I know he is gone, my world is suddenly poorer for his loss yet: my life has been enriched in many ways just knowing he was in it.