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Gerald “Jerry” Landreth

May 7, 2012

Gerald “Jerry” Landreth,,  80, of Traskwood, passed away May 3.  He was born April 18, 1932 in Traskwood, to the late Arlin and Ruth Summerville Landreth.  He was a member of Forest Towers Baptist Church, Justice of the Peace for 12 years and Board Member on the Southwest Water Board for many years.  Jerry retired from Reynolds Metals Corp.
He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Albert, Dewayne and George “Buddy” Landreth, sister, Shirley Shelton, nephew, Chris Hulsey and daughter in law, Becky Landreth.
He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Landreth of Traskwood, sons, Bill Landreth of Newport, Kenneth Landreth and wife, Natalie of Poyen, Thomas Landreth and wife, Vickie of Malvern, Terry Landreth and wife, Darlene of San Antonio, Texas, daughters, Jerri Lowe and husband, Bill of Jacksonville, Crystal Reeves and husband, Terry of Little Rock, brothers, Robert Landreth of Benton, Kenneth Landreth of Traskwood, Jack Landreth of Haskell, Roy Landreth of Glen Rose, sisters, Mary Sue Hulsey of Irving, Texas, Myrtie Jo McCutcheon of Lawton of Oklahoma, Sarah Curry of Van Alstyne, Texas, Elizabeth Pearson of Glen Rose, seventeen grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren, best friend, E.C. Bailey of Tull and his beloved pets, Jake, Angel, Pumba, Pepper, Black Mouth and Baby Girl.
Chapel Services by Ashby Funeral Home, 1 p.m. Monday, May 7, with Bro. Ricky Tipton and Bro. Norris Doddridge officiating.  Burial will follow at Traskwood Cemetery.
Visitation 2 - 4 p.m., Sunday, May 6 at Ashby Funeral Home 
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