Jerry Rae Butler

Born: 02/17/1935 Passed:

Jerry Rae Butler, of Brewster, Ohio passed away Monday, January 13, 2020 at the age of 84.

Jerry was born in Altus, Oklahoma, February 17, 1935 to Jay McCarty and Vassie Lee (Bailey) Dale. She enjoyed working with children as a den mother in the Boy Scouts and as an elementary school librarian.

A special thanks to the staff at Brewster Parke Assisted Living and Nursing Facility, for the exceptional care given to Jerry.

Jerry is preceded in death by her parents; brother; Jack Dale, and husbands; C. Herbert Cox and William Butler.

She is survived by her brother; Bob (Kathy) Dale, her sons; Michael (Cathleen Civello) Cox, Mark (Terri) Cox, Greg (Christie) Cox, Joel (Paige) Cox; 19 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

Jerry’s interment will be held at Prairie Haven Cemetery in Hobbs, New Mexico, near her parents and brother Jack. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made to www.projectnightnight.org; a charity for homeless children, that provides a new security blanket, an age-appropriate children’s book, and a stuffed animal — all nestled inside of a new canvas tote bag.

Heritage Cremation Society
330-875-5770

5 Tributes to Jerry Rae Butler

  1. Lillian Davis says:

    Fly high Sweet Lady!

  2. Savannah Ayers says:

    My condolences. I met Jerry a few times and she was always so sweet to me. She was a bright light. Love to all her family.

  3. Cathy and Butch Schroeder says:

    Our condolences to all. We loved Jerry very much and she always had a smiling.

  4. Elizabeth Dale Vorpe says:

    Aunt Jerry was a very patient, kind lady and thank goodness for that. I am sure it was chaotic when the four Cox boys, my brothers and I were together doing what young cousins do when they all get together. Our families spent some great vacations together over the years. The memories are priceless.
    Love,
    Beth

  5. Merry McIntosh-Ledbetter says:

    Jerry was a beautiful person. Very talented seamstress which she couldn’t use too much with all boys. I still have something she made for me when I graduated from high school. I loved her and she was a great addition to our family. I know she has moved on to a beautiful place. I know she will be missed by her Sons and their families and all of friends. Goodbye Jerry.

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