Jerry E. Maine, 70 of Shadyrest Rd., Franklin Twp., passed away at the Butler Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, June 25, 2013. Born in Ellwood City on April 23, 1943, Jerry was the son of the late Arthur and Ruth Courson Maine. Jerry is survived by his wife the former Gail McConahy whom he married on December 22, 1965. He retired in 1998 from Calgon where he was a production superintendent. Jerry was a member of the Masonic Lodge and a 1961 graduate of Lincoln High School. He was a veteran of the US Army. Besides his wife, Gail Maine at home Jerry is survived by two sons and a daughter-in-law, Todd and Leslie Maine and David Maine both of Ellwood City, five grandchildren, Hayden, Tyler, Summer, Camille and Zoe Maine and a sister and brother-in-law, Bonnie and Harvey Carrier of San Diego, CA. Besides his parents, Jerry was preceded in death by a brother, Arthur Maine in 1991. A Private Memorial Service will be held at a later date. Arrangements were entrusted to the Joseph A. Tomon, Jr. Funeral Home and Crematory.
I wanted to pass along my thoughts and prayers to the family. For me, Jerry will always be remembered as someone who helped turn a young "kid" in the early 90's into a man. Jerry provided guidance and support for me, both professionally and personally, during our time together at the Calgon plant. Best wishes.
Randy Christner (and family)
GEORGE & CAROLYN LUTZ
you have our sincere sympathy.george thought very highly of jerry he was a great supervisor.you are in our prayers
Gail &Family,Sending my deepest condolence. Please know that y'all are in my thoughts & prayers especially during this difficult time.
Gail and family--I am very sorry to hear of your loss. I have many fond memories of Jerry both in high school and at your house during my many visits. You are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Since I am now living in Connecticut, I am sorry to say that I cannot attend calling hours--but I am sending my love to you.
Sorry Dave, love you, I can understand the feeling of a
parent...please know he will visit you in dreams...my mommy does.
James (Deadeye) Altsman
Thoughts and prayers for the lost of your dad
Bill & Karen Pifer
Our very deepest sympathy to Gail, Bonnie and boys.
Jerry will always be remembered for his "quick study" learning ability and superior intellect. He was a natural born leader to whom many gravitated for solutions to work and life in general. I had the privilege and honor of friendship and a working relationship with Jerry for over 40 years. He exhibited a rugged, independent personality exceeded only by a depth of quiet caring for others, that not many acquire in this life. Acceptance of offers of help from others was difficult for him, because his focus was always on utilizing his strengths and gifts for his family, friends and colleagues.
I as many others will continue to thank our Lord for putting Jerry in our lives, until the day we pass.
Our continued prayers for his family. We now know that Jerry is in communion with our Lord.
Bill & Karen Pifer
I'm so sorry for your lose . Jerry was the best .i love u all Ruth
June & Chuck Marion
We are so sorry . We send you our deepest sympathy
Gail, we are so sorry for your loss. Jerry was a great person. our deepest sympathy to you and the boys and the rest of your family. Clyde & MJ
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