Jerry Waldron

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Jerry Malcom Waldron, 72 of Blountstown, passed away June 30, 2022, in Tallahassee. Jerry was born September 15, 1949, in Blountstown to the late Henry and Thelma Waldron and enjoyed collecting knives and guns. He split his residence between Blountstown and Fresno, California and was a Vietnam Veteran serving in the United States Navy from 1966-1970. Jerry is preceded in death by his father, Henry Waldron; his mother, Thelma Waldron Kyle; his brothers, Clyde Waldron and James Clay Waldron; his sister, Melinda Waldron. Survivors include his sons, James Waldron and his wife Courtnee from Fresno, CA; William Waldron and his wife Kimberly of Fresno, CA; his daughter, Rachel Waldron of Blountstown, FL; 5 grandchildren, Brianna Waldron of Fresno, CA, Alexander Waldron of Fresno, CA, Brooklyn Waldron of Fresno, CA, Rose and Tobias of Blountstown, FL; 3 sisters, Sue Bailey and her husband Clyde of Blountstown, FL; Janis Weiler and her husband Jack of Blountstown, FL; Deanna Waldron of Blountstown, FL; a host of nieces and nephews; and good friend Joe Ray Durham. No services are planned at this time. Memorialization will be by cremation. Online condolences may be made at
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