Geraldine “Jeri” Fleming

Geraldine “Jeri” Fleming
October 18, 1942 – August 14, 2018

Geraldine “Jeri” Fleming, 75, of College Station, TX, passed away peacefully Tuesday, August 14, 2018, in her home surrounded by loved ones. A Memorial service will be held at a later date, as her last wishes were to have her ashes spread on Lake Erie, in Ohio.

Jeri was born October 18, 1942, in Paintsville, KY, the daughter of Delbert Nichols Sr. and Alma Nichols-Gonya. Jeri grew up in Port Clinton, Ohio and raised her family in Sandusky, Ohio.

She worked in sales and interior decorating. Jeri enjoyed spending time with her friends, family, and her dog “Jazz”. Jeri moved to Texas in 2009 to be closer to her grandchildren. All that knew her, will miss her.

Survivors include children, Brian Fleming; Shannon Fleming; William Fleming; 5 grandchildren; sisters Evania Nichols and Linda Adkins. She was preceded in death by her mother, Alma Nichols-Gonya, brothers Robert Nichols, Maurice Nichols and Delbert Nichols Jr..

Her family wishes to thank Compassionate Care Hospice for the limitless love and tender care they gave Jeri and her family.

Donations in memory of Jeri may be given to The American Lung Association.

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  1. SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. YOUR MOM WAS ALWAYS READY TO HELP WHERE EVER SHE COULD AND WAS A FOREVER FRIEND. SHE WAS ALSO THE BEST COOK. HER HOUSE WAS ALWAYS PERFECT AND HER FAMILY MEANT THE WORLD TO HER. I HAVE SO MANY WONDERFUL MEMORIES OF HER AND ALL OF YOU. GOD AND THE ANGELS JUST MET ANOTHER ANGEL IN HEAVEN. GOD BLESS YOU ALL AND JERI, UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN, LOVE YOU !!!

  2. Sending thoughts and prayers with love to Brian, Shannon, Will and Evania She is at peace.
    Benny and Cindy Simpson (Finke-Nichols)

  3. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family; our deepest condolences.

    Lisa and Kira

  4. We were so very sorry to read about Jeri’s passing in today’s Eagle. As Elder Aid volunteer drivers we had the opportunity to transport Jeri to a variety of appointments. As a result, we got to know her as a generous, sweet, caring, thoughtful person who cared about others as much as herself. She clearly loved her family and her grandchildren because she always talked about them during our transport visits. It was always a pleasure to transport and interact with her. We are very sorry for your loss. Ron and Linda Sasse, College Station.

  5. I am so very sorry to have read about Jeri’s passing. I came in contact with her many times while seeking transportation for her with my organization, Elder Aid, and she always was such a joy to speak with. Never met her, but she seemed like such a caring, sweet lady. I know she will be greatly missed by all that had the honor of knowing her. Heaven is much richer now.

  6. Our deepest sympathy. I worked with Jerry at Haverty’s in Richmond. I sent her a Christmas Card last year and it was returned. So Sorry, Brenda

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