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Jerry Magers

Jerry Magers age 79 of Jefferson City and formerly of Linn, passed away Friday, March 30, 2018, at SSM Health St Mary’s Hospital in Jefferson City.


Jerry was born February 14, 1939, in Parsons, KS, a son to the late Joseph E. and Mina Belle (Farran) Magers.


Jerry was a graduate of the Sweetwater Union High School in San Diego, CA. and served his country as a member of the United States Marines Corps.


Jerry worked as a letter carrier for the United States Postal Service before his retirement.


Jerry was a member of St. John's United Methodist Church in Linn and enjoyed doing word search puzzles.


Jerry is survived by: two brothers, Melvin Magers and his wife Mary of Cave Creek, AZ. and Mirl Magers and his wife Carol of San Diego, CA; one sister, Phyllis Gleason of Pahrump, NV; three sisters-in-law, Mary Magers of Eugene, Karma Magers of Albuquerque, NM. and Carlene Magers of San Diego as well as many nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews.


In addition to his parents, Jerry was preceded in death by: five brothers, Vernon, Donald, Bill, Bob and his twin brother Jim Magers and one sister, Virginia Davidson.


In keeping with Jerry’s wishes, he will be cremated, and no services will be held.


Expressions of sympathy can be made to the St. John's Methodist Church in Linn.

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Just found out of Jerrys passing. Jerry lived next door to me in Chula Vista,California before moving to Linn,Missouri for a number of years.
Jerry was such a pleasant soul an liked by many who knew him. In Linn he adopted his beloved St.Louis CARDINALS...i had the privilege of keeping in touch with Jerry weekly an i truly miss those calls. One thing for sure in his passing he was not friendless. GodBless your Soul an Spirit Jerry.

Edmund L. Rivera Feb 27 2019 12:00 AM

I am the volunteer ombudsman for Adams Place in Jefferson City. I always enjoyed seeing Jerry-he was such a cheerful, talkative man. I will miss his friendly demeanor.

Julie Benusa Apr 4 2018 12:00 AM