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Jerry Edwin Shupe
Date of Death: January 2, 2014
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Jerry Edwin Shupe, 58, of White Post, Virginia, died Thursday, January 2, 2014, in Winchester Medical Center. Mr. Shupe was born in 1955, in Lancaster, Ohio, the son of the late Max and Betty Shupe.  He was a graduate of Lancaster High School, Class of 1973 and Bowling Green State University, receiving a Bachelor of …
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Pete Murnen left a message on January 3, 2014:
Jerry Shupe is a great guy, and an important part of Federal-Mogul's Global Brake Engineering Team. He touched many people's lives all over the world every day, and is respected by one and all. He will be truly missed as a colleague and friend. Many folks from Federal-Mogul all over the world have expressed their deepest sorrow and sympathy to the family. We will never forget him. Pete Murnen Global Marketing Director Federal-Mogul
Jake Branigan left a message on January 8, 2014:
Jenn, Brian, and Mrs. Shupe, I was deeply saddened to hear of your loss. I distinctly remember driving home from the wedding with my parents and brother and discussing the experience. Someone brought it up, and we all agreed that "Jenn's dad seemed like a fun-loving guy." Little impressions like that say quite a bit about a person. Jenn, I'm glad that you have Brian at a time like this, just like I have always been glad that he found someone who would so clearly supports him and takes care of him. I wish all three of you well.
Valerie Carle left a message on January 8, 2014:
Dear Luann, Jennifer and Brian, we were so shocked and sadden to hear of Jerry’s sudden death. Words seem inadequate to express the sadness we feel. I met Jerry for the first time when I came to DC for Jennifer and Brian’s wedding. Jerry made everyone feel so welcome and as if you had known him forever. He was fun to be around always telling jokes and funny stories. I remember he made it a point to learn my sisters names and was intrigued that they all started with a “V”. He’d come up to us and say, ok don’t tell me I think I have it right and he’d rattle off our names getting all five correct. One of my fondest memories of Jerry was when they were taking the wedding photo’s of the families. When it came time for Jerry, Luann and Jennifer to take their photo together I remember while they were all getting in place Jerry reached behind Jennifer and put up the rabbit ear fingers behind her. Jennifer and Luann were unaware he had done that for one brief moment and I don’t think anyone got the photo but that will be one of my fondest memories of Jerry. He loved life and his family meant the world to him. Jerry will be missed by all that were lucky enough to know him. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. Love, Valerie and Bill Carle
Barbara Hoover left a message on January 7, 2014:
Dear Luann and daughter, so sorry for your loss. I waited on you and Jerry at the bank. He was always so pleasant to talk to and he usually had a funny story to share. His kindness and nice smile will live on forever.
Tammy Huth left a message on January 7, 2014:
Dear Luann and Jen....We are so deeply sorry for the loss of Jerry. Unfortunately, my time with Jerry was limited to the amazing wedding that he was so proud of. He had so many things he was doing to make sure that his beautiful daughter and new son-in-law had the perfect wedding while still finding the time to make the rest of us feel welcomed, comfortable and appreciated. He was quick with a laugh, a helping hand, a smile and a hug. Although our time together was brief, the memory of Jerry will be long lasting. We are sending you our love.....Tammy, Jeff and Family
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Jessica and Jon Hamblin left a message on January 4, 2014:
Luann and Jennifer, I am so sorry for your loss. Whenever I think of Jerry, I will always remember one thing. His smile. Every time I had the pleasure of being around him, he always had a smile on his face and that was always followed by a joke he told. I was lucky enough to get to know Jerry during family Thanksgivings, Christmas', and a beautiful wedding. Jerry was a man who always put his family first. Jennifer, when he spoke of you, you could tell that he was so proud to have you as his daughter and Luann, he was so lucky to have you as his loving wife. He will be greatly missed. We love you both so much and are always here for you.
Zachary LeMaster left a message on January 4, 2014:
Jenn I am so sorry for you and your family's loss. It is never easy to lose someone who has made such an impact on your life. I hope that you and your family celebrate his life and all the memories you had together; through them he will always live on. My thoughts are with you.
Nancy and Edward "Andy" Andersen left a message on January 4, 2014:
Nancy and I were very fortunate to have met the Shupe family when Jennifer married our grandson Brian. While we were together for a very short time, it was as if we had known them forever. It was evident that Jerry and Luann had a special life together. Jerry was so easy to get to know. We know that while he has moved on, his family, Luann, Jennifer and Brian will always have him by their side.
Ken and Venetia Andersen left a message on January 4, 2014:
Luann and Jennifer, We were so saddened to hear the news of Jerry's passing. He was a wonderful man who will be truly missed by all. Although, we unfortunately did not now him for very long, we always enjoyed spending time with him. His sense of humor, easy going manner, and love for his family made us feel right at home and comfortable right from our first meeting. After having taken time to reflect, we looked through Jennifer and Brian's wedding album and reminisced about that amazing day. Our fondest and most vivid memories, in preparing for and during the wedding, revolve around Jerry's ensuring that every detail was perfect. The pride and excitement that he displayed for all to see was borne out of his immense "father's love" for Jennifer, especially as he walked her down the aisle. This great love was extended to Brian as well, as Jerry immediately wrapped his arms around him, treating him like his own son. He was exactly the type of father-in-law that we had always hoped Brian would have. For this, we will be forever grateful and will always count Jerry as a member of our family. Luann and Jennifer, you can always count on us for anything that you need. We love you very much and want you to know that we will always miss Jerry and that he will be eternally in our hearts.
Jim and Ellen McCool left a message on January 4, 2014:
Luann and Jennifer; Please accept our deepest sympathy, love, and respect at your loss of a great husband and father. He was more than just a dear friend for the past 30+ years to me, he was also like a kid brother that I shall miss for the rest of my days. Please be patient and kind to yourselves as you work through this most challenging time.
Jim & Ellen McCool left a message on January 4, 2014:
Luann and Jennifer...Please accept our deepest sympathy, love and respect at this this most difficult time. Jerry was not only a great friend for the past 30+ years, he was also like a kid brother to me. I too will miss him for the rest of my days. Please be patient and kind to yourselves as you work through this most challenging time.
Mike and Judy Magill left a message on January 4, 2014:
Louann and Jennifer; We are shocked and surprised to hear of Jerry's passing. I thought he was great when your mom was ill. I can't imagine many men who would drive to Ohio every other weekend to visit his mother in law. That takes a special person and it did wonders for your mom. he will be missed by more people then you could ever imagine. I hope you can gain strength just reading the remarks of those who loved him. Our prayers are with your family.
Ernie Frame left a message on January 3, 2014:
I have had the great pleasure to have worked with Jerry since January 2006. Amazingly, In these eight years I never had the opportuntity to meet him face to face, but he and I corresponded daily via email and by International telephone calls. During this time "we" built up a true fiendship and (as I told him several months ago) ..."He was a person I had never met, but who I felt I had known for all of my life". His technical knowledge of Automotive Braking Systems , was second to none and the help and guidance that he gave me as a supplier to Federal-Mogul will never be forgotten. We shared many similar personal characteristics and views and even the same dry sense of humour. I feel so privileged to have got to know you Jerry and my life is the richer for it- Thank you. I will miss our conversations so much!! From your buddy in the UK.......Ernie Frame
Ismet Nuri left a message on January 10, 2014:
Sorry for your loss. Abex/Federal-Mogul
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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