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Gerald Alan Maupin
Birth: Jul. 1, 1945
District Of Columbia, USA
Death: Mar. 1, 2003
Ruckersville
Greene County
Virginia, USA

Jerry was a kind and gentle man who took the illnesses life handed him with grace and patience. He suffered a total of 2 heart attacks, a stroke, 2 triple bypass surgeries and then received a heart transplant in 1994; however, he was never really well afterwards. He never complained though, and when asked how he felt, he would smile and say, "I just feel ducky". He had a wonderful sense of humor and could come up with some of the funniest sayings.

He loved to fly most of all and was a co-captain for GEICO until he suffered his first massive heart attack at age 35. He had just had a complete first class flight physical in July 1980, with high marks before his heart attack in October of that year.

He was a fan of all kinds of music, played in a band for years as a teenager, and traveled with the Dick Clark Caravan of Stars one summer in the 1960s. He adored NASCAR and never missed a race on TV. He would watch the race and I would sit beside him and knit or cook his favorite food. We were best friends and always together.

Jerry had a real gusto for life. He loved fast cars and motorcycles. He attended the Richard Petty Driving School one summer, a gift from his sister for his birthday, and became the only heart transplant patient to attend the school.

Jerry and his wife Linda owned several vettes and Jerry loved to find a curvey road and put them through the paces.

Jerry was a veteran of the Vietnam War.

I was his wife, and I miss him more than anyone will ever know! I long to see him again someday.

Thank you for visiting his page.


Perhaps Love
by John Denver

Perhaps love is like a resting place, a shelter from the storm

It exists to give you comfort, it is there to keep you warm

And in those times of trouble when you are most alone

The memory of love will bring you home


Perhaps love is like a window, perhaps an open door

It invites you to come closer, it wants to show you more

And even if you lose yourself and don't know what to do

The memory of love will see you through


Love to some is like a cloud, to some as strong as steel

For some a way of living, for some a way to feel

And someone say love is holding on and some say letting go

And some say love is everything, and some say they don't know


Perhaps love is like the ocean, full of conflict, full of pain

Like a fire when it's cold outside, thunder when it rains

If I should live forever, and all my dreams come true

My memories of love will be of you


 
 
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 Spouse:
  Linda D Maupin (1947 - 2010)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Holly Memorial Gardens
Hollymead
Albemarle County
Virginia, USA
Plot: Mausoleum
 
Created by: Linda Maupin
Record added: Nov 04, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 9746937
Gerald Alan Maupin
Added by: Linda Maupin
 
Gerald Alan Maupin
Added by: Linda Maupin
 
Gerald Alan Maupin
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-Anonymous
 Added: Aug. 29, 2014

- Scott Hook
 Added: May. 26, 2014
Gerald, you sound alot like my brother. Rest in peace Sir.
- Mike L.
 Added: Apr. 20, 2014
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