Jerald S. BoldezarJanuary 01,2013Jerald S. Boldezar
SOUTH LONDONDERRY — Jerald S. Boldezar, age 71, of South Londonderry, Vt., died suddenly Wednesday, December 26, 2012. Beloved husband of Diane, Hawthorne, N.J., and children Christine Reina, Dee Kuiken, Michael Boldezar and daughter-in-law Tonya Boldezar, he was blessed with seven grandchildren, Julia and Michael William Boldezar Jr., Brian Nicholas and Brett Kuiken, Michael Reina, and Nicholas and Daniel Berry.
Born on May 10, 1941, he lived in Hawthorne, N.J., and Elmwood Park before moving to Vermont. He was a lifelong New York Giants fan and loved football. Jerry coached the Elmwood Park Bombers for many years. He was an avid reader and enjoyed drum corps, skiing and playing golf. Jerry was a dear friend to many, a member of the American Legion in Chester, Vt., and served in the United States Army. He enjoyed giving to others and sharing in making memories with friends and family.
Services will be private. Donations in memory of Jerry may be made to the Chester American Legion Post 67, PO Box 75, Chester, VT 05143.
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