A new adventure after 51 year career for Jerry Rost

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Sometimes people grow up knowing exactly what they are going to do in life. Many of them learning from members of their own families along the way. Other times it is a chance encounter or one event that sets someone on their life's course.

Jerry Rost did not grow up in a family of funeral directors like many of his colleagues did. Instead it was through one of his many part-time jobs in high school that he took on another part-time job that led him into his career field.

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Editor's Note: I had the opportunity to interview Jerry this week and have a detailed article on his career in this week's issue. We would like to encourage everyone to share their memories and send their well wishes to Jerry and Jeanette by commenting on this story by clicking on the local news tab, and then click on the story heading and you will be able to leave your comments.

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  • Jerry & Janette Iím so excited for you two and this next adventure. You have definitely earned the time off, easier sleep and worry less wanders. You are true friends to Larry and I and respected professionals that we were always glad it was you at the difficult times. Best wishes and have fun. We will be seeing you.

    Love 💕 & hugs always, Brenda & Larry

    -- Posted by Brenda M Fincher Publisher MHNews on Wed, Jul 3, 2019, at 7:03 AM
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