Jerry Wayne McCord

Born on March 31, 1951

Departed on May 28, 2018

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Death Notice:
Mr. Jerry W. McCord, age 67 of Fairview died May 28, 2018 @3:20am
Born March 31, 1951 in Nashville, to the late Rachel and LC McCord. 1969 Fairview High Graduate. Worked for the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority for 39 ½ years, as Airfield Electrician to Airfield Electrician Supervisor.
Survived by wife Debra Bradford McCord, son and step sons: Christopher Scott (Kathy), Paul Travis (Bobbie), Ricky Hughes. Daughter: Stacey Marie Barnett (Jonathan)
Granddaughters: Shyanne, Fallon, Breanna Keeler (Joe), and TeShara. Grandsons: Dakota, Paul T, and Luke, and 2 great grandchildren, Joe and Dixie Keeler.
Brothers: LC (Bucky), Donnie (Cindy) and Sister: Debbie Hudgens. Jerry is preceded in death by brothers: Roy Thomas and David Earl McCord.
Jerry leaves behind his 4 legged companion, Ponyo, who has mourned since his hospital stay.
Jerry will be cremated after a 1 hour viewing at Harpeth Hills Funeral Home, on Friday June 1st, 11am to 12:30pm

2 Comments to Mr. Jerry Wayne McCord

  1. Billy G Rosson & Elaine Rosson
    May 30, 2018 8:37 pm

    My husband became friends with Jerry when his family moved to Fairview in about 1966 and has always considered him a good friend. He knew the family and thought the world of them he would often speak of Jerry’s mother when he would tell me storys of things they did back then..You know a good friend is not some one you have to see or talk to every day and that stands for a lot of people.. He said Jerry was a good man and we are
    so sorry for your loss.. The Rosson’s

  2. Debra
    June 12, 2018 5:20 pm

    Oh my goodness, during his hospital stay we were going thru people we had not seen in a long time, and Billy was one of them, thank you for your kind felt words. Jerry and I were raising a granddaughter, and she is still having a hard time processing it. He had been sick a long time but was just given a year last Aug. He went sudden, I was to come up the day he died and bring his dog and Grill Billys BBQ.

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