Jerome Herman Anglemyer

July 24, 1953 - October 23, 2005

Mr. Jerome Herman Anglemyer age 52 of Fairview, Texas passed away on October 23, 2005 in McKinney, Texas. He was born on July 24, 1953 in Winfield, Kansas. His parents are Lawrence Angelmyer and Elaine (Moon) Thomas. He married Sherry Loyd Baros on October 25, 2003 in Lucas, Texas. Mr. Anglemyer was a computer operator for Yum Brands and was a member of the First Christian Church in Augusta, Kansas. Mr. Anglemyer was an active leader in the 4 H Clubs of Kansas. He was on the Augusta, Kansas School Board for 8 years and was past president of the board. He enjoyed golf and hunting. Mr. Anglemyer is survived by his wife, Sherry Anglemyer of Fairview, Texas; daughter, Kacy Collinsworth and husband, Dustin; son, Kyle Anglemyer; parents, Lawrence Anglemyer and Elaine and Bill Thomas; brother, David Anglemyer; sister, Connie Wolf and husband, Randy; grandchildren, Landen and Makenah all of Kansas; and step children, Katie Silber and Josh Baros of Fairview. He was preceded in death by his birth father, Herman Graham. Funeral services will be held at 4:00 PM, Tuesday, October 25, 2005 in the Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel with Pastor Jack Schneider officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Association 120 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005 or to a memorial fund at the Prairie State Bank to benefit area 4 H Clubs, P.O. Box 520 Augusta, Kansas 67010.

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It was a real priviledge to have worked with Jerome. He was always helpful and very professional. I will always remember how kind he was to me when I first began support and didn't always know what to do. He will be greatly missed by everyone! My deepest sympathies to all the family of Jerome. Jessica M Sandoval, October 31, 2005 I worked with Jerome for 6 years at Yum Brands, words can't express how much Ill miss him and how much I appreciated him. He was a good friend and my deepest sympathies go out to his wife Sherry and his Children. God Bless. David Ruiz, October 25, 2005 My deepest thoughts, prayers and sympathies are with the Angelmyer families. Jerome was a pleasure to be around in the Butler County 4-H program. Even after I was out of 4-H and Jerome moved to Texas, I still conversed with him via e-mail. He will be sadly missed. May God Bless You. Charlene (Black) Miller Charlene (Black) Miller, October 25, 2005 I'm a programmer for YUM Brands in Louisville; worked with Jerome many nights and liked him a lot. Shocked and saddened by his passing. Sincerest sympathies to his family. Mike Elder, October 25, 2005 Worked with Jerome for years over the phone but never met him face to face. He was always friendly and helpful even in the small hours of the morning when we tended to be working on something. He will be missed by all of his YUM! co-workers in Louisville, Kentucky. Dennis E. Oechsli, October 25, 2005 I want to express my deepest sympathies to the family of Jerome. I have only worked with him by phone over the last 7 years. Because of his personality, sencerity, and capibility I always enjoyed having him on the other end of the phone as a co-worker. He will truely be missed. Kelvin Farr, October 25, 2005 My thoughts and prayers are with you. Jerome will be missed by all. Bill Thompson (YUM Kansas transplant, Louisville) Bill Thompson, October 25, 2005 As a fellow worker in Louisville, I had the pleasure of meeting Jerome personally during one of his visits to Louisville. We were always solving work-related issues over the phone as a part of our jobs. I will miss his friendly voice over the phone along with his sense of humor. I considered Jerome a friend and it was certainly an honor to have known him. I am truly sorry for this great loss to his family. Take care my friend. John Robert Carlton, October 25, 2005