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Jerry McInturff Obituary, Jerry McInturff Has Died

Jerry McInturff Obituary, Death – Jerry “Nott” McInturff had lived for 71 years when he passed away on January 22, 2023, at the Four Oak Healthcare Center. His age was recorded as 71 in the death certificate. He was an elderly individual. He could look back on 71 years of experience. On November 19, 1951, Jerry McInturff was brought into the world by his parents, Henry and Alice Hyatt McInturff. Jerry was the couple’s fourteenth and last child overall. He was their last child. During the course of their marriage, Henry and Alice Hyatt McInturff were able to welcome a total of fifteen children into the world.

He was the family’s fourteenth and youngest kid, making him the youngest of all of the children. In addition to the 10 brothers that came before him in death, Jerry was also predeceased by a much-loved niece called Michele Garst. One brother by the name of Ray McInturff, who was married to Thelma, two sisters by the names of Jane Story and Shirley Elliott, who were both married to Carl, a special nephew by the name of Jason Story and a special niece by the name of Cathy Botts, in addition to a number of other nieces and nephews, and two little buddies by the names of Matthew Garst and Wyatt Story, are among the members of the family who are still alive today.

On Thursday, January 26, 2023, between the hours of 9:00 AM and 12:00 NOON, guests are invited to visit the Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home in order to view the register and sign it. This visit can take place between the hours of 9:00 AM and 12:00 NOON. Thursday is the day that will be occupied by this event. Following that, graveside services will take place at one o’clock in the afternoon in Roselawn Memory Gardens, and Pastor John H. Moore will serve as the officiant for those ceremonies. The pallbearers for the funeral are going to be Jason Story, Matthew Garst, Ben Neal, Jeff Neal, Butch Carmichel, and Jerry Hodges.