- 62 years old
- Date of birth: Jun 30, 1952
- Date of passing: Apr 2, 2015
|Let the memory of Norris be with us forever|
Mr. Norris Jerome Avery of Houston, TX, formerly of West Point,GA expired April 2, 2015.
Funeral Service Saturday April 11th 2015 at 1:00 PM EDT
St. Johns Baptist Church, Cherry Drive Lanett AL.
Interment: Marseilles Cemetery
The family may be contact at the residence of Mr. Vernon Avery 706 E.7th Street, West Point, GA.
M.W. Lee Mortuary of West Point has charge of arrangements.
"Jerome and I were college friend, our friendship continue when we both move to Houston. Jerome was a fun loving person. He always had a joke or two to share. Words does not seem to be enough to express my sadness of his passing on to glory. My deepest condolence is extended to his family. Especially to his Betty, she and I became friends when she move to Houston. May you'll find comfort in all the wonderful memories his life have bless you with and present of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Be bless"
"Jerome was not just an employee of mine but he was a good friend, over the years we had a lot of fun working together, laughing, cutting up and oh yes he liked to argue from time to time but it was all in fun. I will miss his laugh and our football picks each week, football season will never be the same. I might have to become a Raiders fan (naw) that's not going to happen. Rest till Jehovah calls you in the resurrection that day will come soon."
"Once Jerome found out I was from South Louisiana, every conversation was about food and how soon he was going back to Opelousas to share good times with his close friends. I can't begin to tell you how many times we discussed the merits of sweet potato/pecan pie versus plain pecan pie. Occasionally, just to get a rise out of him, I would call him Norris.
God allowed all of us at his workplace to enjoy the ray of sunshine that he was, and we are all the better for the experience. Rest in peace buddy."
"Jerome was a old friend of my family. I am going to miss all his jokes & stories! But most of all I will miss his smile. Love & miss you!"
"I send my deepest condolence to the family of Mr. Jerome Avery.
"I will turn their mourning into gladness; I will give them comfort and joy instead of sorrow." Jeremiah 31:13.....weeping may endure for the night but joy cometh in the morning. Psalms 30:5
I had the pleasure of meeting Jerome in Houston, TX through his dear friend Anderson "Wolfe" Cooper. I have never met a person with such a warm and loving spirit and I will always cherish his memory. He will be truly missed.... my "Friend"."
"Always & forever you will be missed you were a great fiend to the end. You were one of a kind a true angel here on earth rest in peace!"
"Im going to miss you Jerome! You where a great soul. God new what he was doing when he created you.
You where a blessing to know! Love you brother! See you at the dinner of Christ!"
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