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Jerry Ralph Martin
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Birth: Dec. 20, 1940
Lincoln County
Nebraska, USA
Death: Oct. 26, 2007
North Platte
Lincoln County
Nebraska, USA

Buried Nov 2, 2007
Lot 955E
Space- 1A

Jerry Ralph Martin
Dec 20,1940-Oct 26,2007

Jerry Ralph Martin, 67, of North Platte died Oct. 26, 2007, at Great Plains Regional Medical Center in North Platte. Jerry was born Jan. 20, 1940, at Maxwell to Ralph Andrew and Irma V. Mitchell Martin. He grew up south of Maxwell and attended country school. He graduated from Curtis High School and then attended Kearney State College. Jerry was in the finance business, living in Omaha for about 21 years and then North Platte. Most recently, he had lived at the Pawnee Retirement Hotel, Premier Estates and the Sutherland Care Center. On Sept. 19, 1959, Jerry joined the U.S. Army Reserves and was a member until being honorably discharged on Aug. 23, 1965. Jerry was a member of the Eagles Club.
Survivors include his son, Anthony and wife, Karen Thompson of Des Moines, Iowa; two grandchildren, Ian and Bailey Thompson; a half-sister, Donna Gutherless of Cozad; and other family. He was preceded in death by his parents, and a half-brother, Dallas Stahr. Private inurnment will be in the North Platte Cemetery.

North Platte Telegraph Oct 31,2007 
Family links: 
  Ralph Andrew Martin (1901 - 1962)
  Irma V. Mitchell Martin (1905 - 1993)
North Platte Cemetery
North Platte
Lincoln County
Nebraska, USA
Created by: David Goltry
Record added: Mar 24, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50178935
Jerry Ralph Martin
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