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Jerry Lynn Pack


Jerry Lynn Pack, 79, of Largo, Florida, passed away on August 27, 2019, at the Mid-Pinellas Hospice Care Center – Woodside in Pinellas Park, Florida. He was born in Guntersville, Alabama to Ed and Mamie Pack and Jerry was the seventh of eight children.

He joined the United States Air Force at the age of 16 and served with distinction for 13 years. His deployments included Europe, Vietnam and remote sites in Alaska. He retired with a rank of Sergeant in 1969.

While stationed in Phalsbourg, France, he fell in love with Simone Rohfritsch.  They married on August 26, 1961 and raised three children – Sandy, Robert (deceased 2006), and Alan. Jerry joined the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office and retired from there in 2000 with the rank of Sergeant. He was very passionate about his family and his beloved dogs. He also loved to listen to Elvis and old time country music.  He is survived by his wife Simone and daughter Sandy both living in Largo, son Alan and daughter-in-law Terry living in Houston, three grandchildren, Emmanuelle, Nicolas, and Helia, and great-granddaughter Kyara, all living in France.

A graveside Memorial Service is scheduled for 2:00PM on Thursday, September 12, 2019, at the Calvary Catholic Cemetery, located at 5233 118th Ave North, Clearwater, Florida 33760.

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  • Debbie Schneider says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. My Thoughts and prayers are with are for you and your family in your time of sorrow. ❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻

  • Denise Clauss Muller says:

    A Simone et sa famille,

    De tout coeur avec vous en ce moment douloureux, nous vous adressons nos plus sinceres condoleances.

    Denise et Joseph
    STEINBOURG

  • Evelyn & Gary Maujean says:

    Gone Home
    Jerry L. Pack
    7-1-1940 – 8-27-2019

    You know that I’m with you and will always be.
    Hold a hand, say a prayer, close your eyes and see me there.
    Although you may feel a bit torn apart, please know that I’ll be forever in your heart. I’m right there with you more than you know.
    Laugh as we laughed at the little jokes we enjoyed together. Pray for our family, remember all the memories we shared. Smile and think of me and if you want to, pray for me.

    Why should I be out of mind because I am out of sight? I am waiting for you. Don’t spend too much time in mourning. Tears are for the sad. I left to be with Jesus, and this should make you glad.
    Life here for me has ended; it came my time to leave.
    Don’t lose the love I gave you; feed it with your heart.
    Grow it with devotion and spread it everywhere.

    Don’t fret because my leaving came in such a way. There is no pain or suffering now it’s all gone away.

    We’ll have another meeting, I’ve changed my address to Heaven
    That’s the place you’ll find me, waiting for you!

  • Barbara Wade-Vecchio says:

    The world lost a great man; the heavens attained an angel.
    During these darks times may your hearts soften knowing many share your loss.
    Sincere condolences,
    Barbara & family.