Jerry Slagle Obituary, Death – On November 20, 1934, Jerry Slagle was born in Grant, Nebraska, to parents named John and Myrtle Slagle. He was the eldest of four children, the others being named Ted Slagle of Ogallala, Jeanne Sherman of Douglas, Wyoming, and Max Slagle of Darwin, Australia. On August 28, 1955, he wed Nancy Shearer, and she passed away before him. They had no children together.
Following graduation from college and a tour of duty in the United States Army, he began his career as an insurance claims adjuster in Indianapolis, Indiana and Denver, Colorado. Later, he transitioned into the banking industry in Julesburg, Colorado. In addition to that, he oversaw the banking operations in Holyoke, Colorado, Strasburg, Colorado, and Thermopolis, Wyoming. His wife and family were his top priority, but he also cherished activities like as hunting, fishing, golfing, camping, and painting. His passion for hunting and fishing carried him all over the world, including destinations such as Alaska, Canada, Mexico, and various nations in Africa.
People were drawn to him because he was truly interested in their lives and did not pass judgment on them, which contributed to his natural attraction as a person. He was also blessed with a tremendous sense of humor, which contributed to the fact that he was such a lovely buddy. Jerry’s parents and his wife, Nancy, passed away before him. Also, Jerry did not outlive his wife. Surviving members of his family include his sons, Steve Slagle of Monnett, Missouri, Mike Slagle of Phoenix, Arizona, and Brian Slagle of Sidney.
Wyoming; siblings, Ted Slagle of Ogallala, Jeanne Sherman of Douglas, Wyoming, and Max Slagle of Darwin, Australia; in addition to a large number of additional relatives and friends. A memorial in Jerry’s honor has been set up for eventual identification as the location of the memorial. You are welcome to share your condolences with the family at prairiehillsfuneralhome.com. The live broadcast of the services can be accessed at methodistchurchogallala.com. Memorial services will be held at the Ogallala United Methodist Church on Saturday, February 5, 2022 at three o’clock in the afternoon, and Reverend Chuck Rager will preside over the ceremony. There are no plans to conduct an inurnment.