Gerald Vercher

gerald vercher

September 2, 1939 ~ June 19, 2021

Born in: Houston, Texas
Resided in: Bryan, Texas

“Gerald Glenn Vercher, 81, passed away June 19, 2021 in Bryan, Texas. He was surrounded by many of his beloved children and grandchildren as he met his Savior.
He was proceeded in death by his parents, Ottie and Ruth Vercher, his brother Richard, and his wife, Joan.
He is survived by his sister, Nelda, his seven children, daughter Paige, daughter Elisabeth, son Matthew, daughter Susan, son Christopher, son Justin, and son Casey. He is also survived by 20 grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren.
He leaves behind a legacy of forgiveness, faith, strength, and love. ”

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Memories Timeline


  1. I’m gonna miss my Uncle Jerry but I know he’s happy with Jesus and with his mom and dad and his brother Richard !

  2. My dearest brother I loved you so much and am going to miss our talks but I would not have you back in Pain & discomfort for anything. Rest high upon that mountain and know we will all be together again soon

  3. Dear Poppa, I am sorry you were in so much pain but I am grateful to know you are with Jesus, Ma, Pa, Uncle Richard and Joan. I will see you again in Glory one day where we will reunite with everyone we love. May you be rejoicing in the very presence of Jesus right now—whole & happy! ❤️

  4. Jerry,
    We made so many wonderful memories together. I learned a great deal from and always felt loved and welcomed in your home. You taught me so many things working with meat in the kitchen. You taught me how to cook a brisket properly. Low heat and never get in a hurry. You showed me how to trim the fat off a brisket without compromising a loss of meat so there was no waste. I learned how to sharpen knives. You always had a beautiful set of expensive knives tucked in a drawer somewhere close in the kitchen. You met me in Farmington, NM once to go trout and salmon fishing. This is where I was able to teach you a thing or two. I don’t think you ever caught anything the whole time you were there. We shared many wonderful family Thanksgiving dinners throughout the years. And so many other wonderful memories as a family and friends. I am going to miss you and love you very much. However, I will definitely see you on the other side. I’m looking forward to meeting Richard, and others from your family. Bye for now….

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