ForeverMissed
Tributes
Posted by Therese LeDantec on April 7, 2021
There are some souls whose path is so unique and rare that few, if any, can follow let alone understand or navigate the same footfalls pursued by the navigator... Jerold forged a novel path out of the roughhewn IT landscape from the sheer force of his will, indomitable talent and unique perspective...
By virtue of the callous indifference of the landowner, the land on which Jerold's remains were found shall forever remain cursed and blighted...
Those who have withheld the truth of Jerold's demise shall likewise be cursed to roam this earth unsated, damned to pursue ends that shall remain eternally evasive to their grasp...their hunger for peace and thirst for relief shall remain forever unquenched...
Unless or until the truth is revealed, all those involved will undoubtedly find themselves tortured by the flames of unspoken truth, knowing neither rest nor solace in this world and the next...
May God have mercy on those pathetic souls whose cowardice keeps them from offering closure to this young man's mother...
May God bless Jerold, his family and friends...
Posted by Moira Lee on January 16, 2021
I’m so sorry for the loss of your son. My heart feels your pain oh too well. God is very close to the Broken Hearted . I know your pain. It is the same as mine. Be good to yourself mama ❤️
Posted by Judith Wallace Huff on November 12, 2020
REFER TO A NEW POST under the section "STORIES" ADDED BY ERIN RYAN 11/10/20- Titled: "All Things Unknown" . SHE KNEW HIM BETTER THAN ANYONE.
Posted by Janie Cox on November 3, 2020
Praying, for you.

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Posted by Anne Van De Laar on November 3, 2020
I Think of you....
Posted by Judith Wallace Huff on September 30, 2020
If you were still alive my Son, you would be having your 45th Birthday today. I would have ordered for you a book from your Amazon Book Wishlist. That was just a kind of a tradition for us. We both shared that love of books, reading and learning. I miss you. Growing old means experiencing lots of losses but all these losses are temporary. https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Jerold+Haas+Wishlist&ref=nb_sb_noss
Posted by Anne Van De Laar on September 12, 2020
With love....
Posted by Janie Cox on September 12, 2020
just strolling by, cought my eye. my heart aces for you. i have a only son. sharing this story.  Praying for you.  God's love shine his light on the Truth. Amen. bless you..
Posted by Judith Wallace Huff on September 5, 2020
It was Nov. 2017, the last time we went to the movies together and it was to see Murder on the Orient Express. We sat down in the middle of the studio in the last row as far away from speakers as possible because the sound was very loud. A couple came in and a Muslim dressed lady said to my son, "Do you mind if I sit next to you?" Jer said softly, "Absolutely not. But the real question is do you mind sitting next to me? " She sat down beside him.
Posted by Judith Wallace Huff on July 26, 2020
I remember my son at the gas station with each fill up. When he was young, or if he was with me, he always pumped the gas for me. I don't like the smell of gas. One day when he was about 16 years old, I was driving and he said, " Stop the car now." I stopped the car, he jumped out and ran to a park where there were 3 boys bullying another young boy. He got between them and settled it peacefully. He was peacemaker. Even as an adult and at Tessr he was able to make peace in their heated board meetings. 
Posted by Tammy Cappelli on April 24, 2020
I just finished reading your tribute and looking at the photos... My heart is just breaking for you both, please accept my heartfelt condolences! I cannot imagine what you are going through. But I do know it cannot be easy. Your son was very handsome. Not counting how you described him as a human being. He looks like a gentle soul. We will never understand why things happen like they do? But your son does deserve justice!  You, the parents deserve justice. I pray that one day this will happen  I lost my beautiful 30 year old son Christopher Michael Joseph Cappelli to suicide 8/23/17. My life is forever changed. Our children are everything! I pray that God will give you some peace in life.  Praying you get answers! 
Posted by Judith Wallace Huff on March 1, 2020
To Everyone who was kind and loving enough to have left a tribute to my son even though they did not know him, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. May God repay your kindness and love ten fold.
Posted by Veronica J. Valentini on February 29, 2020
A beautiful tribute - You don't know me but saw your Facebook post and wanted to stop by the lovely page you made for Jerold in his honor. So I light a candle for Jerold today. I'm so sorry for your loss and that he was taken from you way too soon. God bless you and I will say a prayer for Jerold because my mom taught me that the more we pray for all souls who pass - the more God knows how wonderful Jerold was and allows God to give him more peace and allows him to cope living in Heaven, content and happier, pain free and until his family meets with him again for the rest of eternity. I pray this happens for all of us. I pray that it's all true. Take care.
Posted by Saaondo Mase on February 28, 2020
Feeling like when lost my mum then ,Rip bro
Posted by Anne Van De Laar on February 20, 2020
I know how hopeless you feel, my language is not so good, but I understand your story.
I will send you the strength and the love for the future.
Thinking of you ♥️
Posted by Patricia Melley on February 6, 2020
Very sorry about your loss.. it all sound very suspicous..I dont want to make you feel worse but sounds like something bad happened to him? May Gid give you strength.
Posted by Judith Wallace Huff on January 31, 2020
One year ago 1/31/2019 my son's remains came home. There wasn't much of him left.  He was declared legally dead 11/3/18. However as of 1/31/20 we still don't know when he died or how he died. Rest in peace my son knowing that I won't have any rest or peace until there are answers.
Posted by Judith Wallace Huff on January 11, 2020
Jerold's favorite automobile was the Volkswagen Jetta standard transmission. He liked black or gray colored ones. He owned several of them. The same style, model and similar color. 
He liked plain greek yogurt and his steaks rare. He liked Puer Chinese Tea and liked to play a Chinese game called GO. Chinese food was a favorite especially what he called "sticky rice". He liked black coffee, lots of black coffee. He liked 100% cotton button down dress shirts and 100% wool sweaters, cargo pants (the more pockets the better) and boots.These were a few of his favorite things.
The foreign country Jerold said he would want to live in outside of the USA was ICELAND. 
He was a good soldier. He endured hardship. He was a cyperpunk, libertarian and mensch. He was a minimalist.
Posted by Judith Wallace Huff on December 8, 2019
Post from one of his online friends regarding Wired.com article

An article about my friend and mentor in all things from coding to chaos, Jerold Haas/tonehog/Compy. I'd say I miss you but *waves at computer* you're always with me
Posted by Jerry Huff on July 23, 2019
We may have not always got along, however he was a bigger part of my life than my on sons. He now is Resting In Peace. No one or anything can harm him now.
Posted by Connie Branam on June 5, 2019
He was my nephew. The little boy that called me Nonnie. Although we rarely saw each other as adults, when we did he always called me aunt Connie and showed me respect. He really was a diamond in the rough. I’ll always love and miss you Jerry.
Posted by Wasin Thonkaew on April 26, 2019
Hey thank you so much for good memory of online friendship we've shared. It's so sudden and shocking news I knew from your mom that you are no longer here. Although we didn't chat much, but I do remember good memory you left a mark on our friendship. You have nothing to worry about from now. Fair well compositeforce.
Posted by Ren Morrison on March 28, 2019
Jerold was a great mentor and friend online. I had known him for 7 years. A lot of people in the online communities looked up to him. He will be missed.
We had a running joke that he was going to have an army of Scottish fold kittens. The kittens would be able to sneak into enemy territory and not be detected because of their cuteness. He would always refer to them as “the folds.”
Posted by Scott Yannitell on February 9, 2019
Thank you 'Darry' for the memories we had and for being a confidant and friend.

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