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On May 11, 2023 Jerry E. Mattison entered into rest at the age of 92. We celebrate his life and his connection with the family and friends who all loved him so dearly.
Among those family who are grateful for the time they had with Jerry are his daughters Barbara (Steven) Bayerlein and Janet (Gregg) Geigler; grandchildren Bradley (Nicole) Bayerlein and their children Ethan, Kaelin, Emery and Harper; Kevin (Heidi) Bayerlein and their daughter Taylor; Angela (Brandon) Garavet and their children Penny, Madeline and Sydney; Bryan (Elizabeth) Geigler and their children Jacob and Oakley; and Hannah (Joshua) Bunting.
Jerry is reunited in Heaven with his late wife Carol J. (nee Sala) Mattison, his parents Harry and Irene Mattison, brother Donald (Dorothy) Mattison and sister Jean (Don) Noel.
He was in the Air Force and Air National Guard for over 35 years. He also worked for Allen Bradley for over 30 years retiring at age 62.
Together with the family and friends he travelled all over the country and the world in pursuit of new experiences which he loved doing, whether it was the “red van”, campers or flying. When he wasn’t travelling he loved to go fishing and hunting with family and friends.
Jerry was always with family in his everyday life up until the end at Shorehaven in Oconomowoc. Above all, Jerry was devoted to his faith and family.
Please join us for a celebration of a long and beautiful life on Monday May 15, 2023 at the Northwest Chapel of the Family Center at Wisconsin memorial Park, 13037 W Capitol Dr, Brookfield, WI 53005. Visitation from 10 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Service at 11:30 a.m. with Military Burial at 12:30 p.m. Memorial donations can be made to can be made to In Touch Ministry or a church of your choice.
His family thanks you for all your prayers and visits throughout his journey.
You can still show your support by sending flowers directly to the family, or by planting a memorial tree in the memory of Jerry E. Mattison