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Jerry Pringle
(May 10, 1958 - June 11, 2012)

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Jerry Pringle

U.S. Veteran

Jerry Lyn Pringle, age 54, died Monday, June 11, 2012, in Clayton, New Mexico.

Cremation has taken place and burial will take place at the Culpeper National Cemetery in Culpeper, Virginia at a later date. Local arrangements are under the direction of Hass Funeral Directors of Clayton.

Jerry Lyn Pringle was born on May 10, 1958 in Denver, Colorado to Rollyn Henry "Ken" Pringle and Lucy Eliza (Crawford) Pringle. Jerry served in the US Army and then later in the US Navy. He worked as a truck driver most of his life. Jerry married Georgia (Jury) Pringle on January 31, 1987 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. They later moved to Las Cruces, New Mexico before moving to Clayton in 2010. Jerry loved to watch football and was a Red Skin’s fan. He was a wonderful father and grandfather and his sense of humor will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Jerry was preceded in death by his father; Rollyn Henry "Ken" Pringle and by a sister; Beverly Brady.

SURVIVORS:

WIFE: Georgia Pringle of Clayton, New Mexico.

1 DAUGHTER: Amber Owens and her husband Bobby of Clayton, New Mexico.

1 SON: J. D. Pringle

2 GRANDCHILDREN: Natasha McAuliffe and Moses McAuliffe both of Clayton, New Mexico.

2 SISTERS: Kena Roskosky and her husband John of El Paso, Texas and Judy Bachschmid and her husband Ed of New Market, Virginia.

Life is filled with wonder
A garden of delight
Feel the love surround me
In calm and gentle light

Each day in life is precious
So live just for this day
Whatever comes tomorrow
Welcome it and Say

I have given all my best
In all these days I've spent
Moments that I treasure
Remembrances content

Time does pass so quickly
Years come rushing fast
Enjoy the time you live in
These happy days will last

Celebrate each new day
With zest and love to share
Knowing that tomorrow
Brings peaceful calm you wear

This my inspiration
Make every day worthwhile
For life will give you wisdom
Each day another mile.

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