Jim & Gail Carroll

I first met Jerry in Syracuse in 1978. We both worked for Xerox and Jerry was moving with his family from Boston. My first memory was helping him paint the inside of his new home. He was still living in Boston and gave me a $100 bill to pick up the paint. Of course the paint came to $150. This was the first of many stories of our working together and our friendship. There was the time that Jerry made reservations for 24 in Nassau in the Bahamas on a Presidents Club trip. When only 8 of us showed up I said I was a Senator from the great state of Wyoming and the rest of the people were ill back at the hotel. They said no problem and wined and dined us for the rest of the evening. As we became friends, Jerry’s wife, Toni and there children, Craig, Nicole and Adam would invite us to there home for picnics and fireworks. My wife and I moved to Rochester in 1984 and as the years went by we have lost touch but will never forget Jerry, his guidance, counseling and friendship.
To Toni, Craig, Nicole and Adam we extend our deepest sympathies.

Rest in peace my friend.

Jim and Gail Carroll

Jim & Gail Carroll

I first met Jerry in Syracuse in 1978. We both worked for Xerox and Jerry was moving with his family from Boston. My first memory was helping him paint the inside of his new home. He was still living in Boston and gave me a $100 bill to pick up the paint. Of course the paint came to $150. This was the first of many stories of our working together and our friendship. There was the time that Jerry made reservations for 24 in Nassau in the Bahamas on a Presidents Club trip. When only 8 of us showed up I said I was a Senator from the great state of Wyoming and the rest of the people were ill back at the hotel. They said no problem and wined and dined us for the rest of the evening. As we became friends, Jerry’s wife, Toni and there children, Craig, Nicole and Adam would invite us to there home for picnics and fireworks. My wife and I moved to Rochester in 1984 and as the years went by we have lost touch but will never forget Jerry, his guidance, counseling and friendship.
To Toni, Craig, Nicole and Adam we extend our deepest sympathies.

Rest in peace my friend.

Jim and Gail Carroll

Jim & Gail Carroll

I first met Jerry in Syracuse in 1978. We both worked for Xerox and Jerry was moving with his family from Boston. My first memory was helping him paint the inside of his new home. He was still living in Boston and gave me a $100 bill to pick up the paint. Of course the paint came to $150. This was the first of many stories of our working together and our friendship. There was the time that Jerry made reservations for 24 in Nassau in the Bahamas on a Presidents Club trip. When only 8 of us showed up I said I was a Senator from the great state of Wyoming and the rest of the people were ill back at the hotel. They said no problem and wined and dined us for the rest of the evening. As we became friends, Jerry’s wife, Toni and there children, Craig, Nicole and Adam would invite us to there home for picnics and fireworks. My wife and I moved to Rochester in 1984 and as the years went by we have lost touch but will never forget Jerry, his guidance, counseling and friendship.
To Toni, Craig, Nicole and Adam we extend our deepest sympathies.

Rest in peace my friend.

Jim and Gail Carroll

Jim & Gail Carroll

I first met Jerry in Syracuse in 1978. We both worked for Xerox and Jerry was moving with his family from Boston. My first memory was helping him paint the inside of his new home. He was still living in Boston and gave me a $100 bill to pick up the paint. Of course the paint came to $150. This was the first of many stories of our working together and our friendship. There was the time that Jerry made reservations for 24 in Nassau in the Bahamas on a Presidents Club trip. When only 8 of us showed up I said I was a Senator from the great state of Wyoming and the rest of the people were ill back at the hotel. They said no problem and wined and dined us for the rest of the evening. As we became friends, Jerry’s wife, Toni and there children, Craig, Nicole and Adam would invite us to there home for picnics and fireworks. My wife and I moved to Rochester in 1984 and as the years went by we have lost touch but will never forget Jerry, his guidance, counseling and friendship.
To Toni, Craig, Nicole and Adam we extend our deepest sympathies.

Rest in peace my friend.

Jim and Gail Carroll

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Jim & Gail Carroll

I first met Jerry in Syracuse in 1978. We both worked for Xerox and Jerry was moving with his family from Boston. My first memory was helping him paint the inside of his new home. He was still living in Boston and gave me a $100 bill to pick up the paint. Of course the paint came to $150. This was the first of many stories of our working together and our friendship. There was the time that Jerry made reservations for 24 in Nassau in the Bahamas on a Presidents Club trip. When only 8 of us showed up I said I was a Senator from the great state of Wyoming and the rest of the people were ill back at the hotel. They said no problem and wined and dined us for the rest of the evening. As we became friends, Jerry’s wife, Toni and there children, Craig, Nicole and Adam would invite us to there home for picnics and fireworks. My wife and I moved to Rochester in 1984 and as the years went by we have lost touch but will never forget Jerry, his guidance, counseling and friendship.
To Toni, Craig, Nicole and Adam we extend our deepest sympathies.

Rest in peace my friend.

Jim and Gail Carroll