Chattanooga SCNAs Remember Jerry McCrary

Posted by Spalding Hurst

August 9, 2022

Associate members in Chattanooga, Tennessee, gathered to remember Jerry McCrary. SCNAs Betsy Kammerdiener, Sarah Haddock, Pam Lawson, Lisa Harrison, Carol Newton, Jim O’Connell, Jackie Jackson, Karen Sloan, and Sister Alice O’Connell celebrated Jerry’s life at their monthly faith group gathering on July 19, 2022.

Jerry passed away on May 21, 2021. “He is gone from our sight but always remains in our hearts,” said Karen.

5 Comments

  1. Marlene Lehmkuhl

    Jerry embodied our charism and I found him to be a wonderful listener and judge of matters of differing natures.

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  2. Marcie Heil SCNA

    Just seeing him on his bike made me smile! We all miss his presence.

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  3. Rosemarie Kirwan

    Jerry was an outstanding SCNA. I found him to be unbelievably generous and willing to help. May he continue to bless us all.

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  4. Sr. Luke

    I cherish my memories of Jerry!
    Luke

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  5. Sarah Ferriell SCN

    Jerry embodied the spirit of SCNA. He brought it to Nazareth every time he came. We were truly blessed by his enthusiasm and positive ways of looking at things.

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