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Jerry A. Corder

Posted 2019-04-11 by mhenderson
Published in Today's News-Herald on Apr. 11, 2019 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -

Jerry A Corder, 76, died Wednesday April 4, 2019 in Lake Havasu City.
He was born Dec. 17, 1942 to Gerald and Marguerite Corder in McCook,
Nebraska.

He graduated from McCook Sr High where he met the love of his life,
Lillie Beebe. They married on Aug. 19, 1961. He worked as a mechanic
for many years and in later years worked for the city of McCook then
retired in 2004. Jerry enjoyed his family especially his grandchildren
and great-grandchildren. He liked hunting, fishing, restoring Chrysler
LeBaron convertibles with his son Rick.

The couple had 3 children, Rick and Nancy Corder of Yucca, Arizona,
Tamie and Chris Hewitt of Lexington, Nebraska, and Steven Corder of
Stevensville, Montana.

Jerry was also survived by nine grandchildren, Melissa & Michal Maxcy
, Kristi & Jason Fine, Jerod & Joshlynne Corder, Nathan Corder, Justin
& Danielle Williams, Cody Williams, Wyatt Corder, Amanda, and Emma
Corder; 11 great-grandchildren, Tyanna Corder, Dominick Corder, Hunter
Fine, Charli Fine, expected baby Corder, Lillie Corder, Felicity
Williams, MaryJane Williams, Laura Williams, Freya Williams, Kairi
Williams; sister Carolyne and Richard Bird, brothers- in-law Harold
and Joan Beebe, Don and Sharon Beebe, Lloyd Foster, and many other
relatives and friends.

Jerry was preceded in death by his parents Gerald and Marguerite
Corder, mother-in-law Cecile Beebe, father-in-law Earl Beebe, sister-
in laws Shirley Hanson, Marjiore Foster, brother-in-laws Claude
Miller, Dean Hanson, Nephew Mike Dietrich.

A memorial will be at a later date in McCook, Nebraska.

For full obituary information or to send thoughts and condolences to
Jerry's family please visit www. Mohavememorial.com. Services were
placed in the care of Mohave Memorial Lake Havasu Mortuary and
Crematory.




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