Jerry Kreipl

Jerry Louis Kreipl

March 15, 1945 - June 17, 2022

Jerry Kreipl passed away June 17, 2022 in Melissa, Texas at the age of 77. He was born to Frank Louis and Betty Marie (Johnson) Kreipl on March 15, 1945 in San Diego, California. Jerry grew up in Palmdale, California where he graduated from Antelope Valley High School. He worked for the L.A. County Sanitation District as a heavy equipment operator. Jerry loved fishing, camping, and spending time at Convict Lake with his family. 

He is survived by his wife, Eileen Kreipl of Melissa, Texas; son, David Kreipl and wife, Carolynn of Las Vegas, Nevada; daughter, Kimberly Cozad and husband, Robin of Cheyenne, Wyoming; son, Jeff Kreipl and wife, Kimberly of Melissa, Texas; granddaughter, Amanda Adasczik and husband, Andrew; grandson, Andrew Cozad; granddaughter, Nicole Cozad; great granddaughter, RaeLynn Adasczik; and sisters, Judy McNatt and Joyce Mackey. He was preceded in death by his parents, and brother, John Kreipl.

Jerry loved nature and gardening and if you would like to plant a tree in his name he would love that. 

 

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We may have not been close but the love you have shown our sister and your children is a legacy that any man would be proud of. Rest well. Anthony Paduano, June 30, 2022 Dave and I met your Jerry while picking up Susan Fernandez after her car accident. Where she broke several ribs and your parents so generously let her recover at their Palmdale home. He showed us his gorgeous red pickup truck he had worked so hard rebuilding. He told us about the fire in the engine that ruined the beautiful paint job. He told us how the insurance company would not cover the damage. We also talked about the beer tap he had recently installed. I believe he enjoyed using a smoker or bbq. Cooking for the love of his life, Eileen. Suzanne Margulin Chambers, June 25, 2022 I met Jerry and Eileen because of their daughter Kim. I would go and stay at their house and they always treated me like a daughter. Jerry would take us to look at the model train place he would go to. My favorite part of my visits would just be hanging out and talking with Jerry and Eileen. They always made me feel so welcomed. Jerry was a special man that made you laugh and was fun to spend time with. He loved going fishing at Convict Lake with his family. I never got to go but I loved hearing the stories. Jerry you will be missed! Thanks for always making me feel welcome! Cassandra Barcelo, June 25, 2022 Jerry was one of the best people I know. I met Eileen & Jerry 30 years ago, when Eileen and I were in the same weight loss program. Jerry had a wonderful sense of humor, and loved to joke around with me. When I had my knee replaced I stayed with them and Jerry took me to all of my physical therapy appointments. I will really miss that quick wit he had. He was a truly great human being!! Susan Fernandez, June 25, 2022 Please accept our deepest condolences for your loss! Our prayers are with you and your family. Mr. Kreipl was a nice and friendly neighbor. We could tell that he was a special and great person. Praying for his departed soul… Hoping he is in better place in Heaven! Naima & Ali Naima Gazi & Ali Tanveer Khan , June 25, 2022 When our family met Jerry we all fell in Love with him he was easy going had a great sense of humor. After Eileen and Jerry Married my sister Betty and I were like 9or10 invited to stay the summer They opened their home to us Jerry tooks us to swap meets fishing Disneyland they took Betty to the grand canyon we were very happy when Jerry and Eileen moved to Texas we got to spend more time together having fun How I remember Jerry lived Apples I Am so glad we got to spend a great Christmas 2021 all together made it feel like when we were kids and Jerry smiling and having us all around you are one of the best Brother in Laws rest in peace we love you always xx oo and will be missed Anne, June 25, 2022 I miss you so much dad! You’ll never know how much you mean to me! Until we meet again… Kimberly Kreipl, June 24, 2022 I will always Love you! Rest In Peace my Love! Eileen Kreipl, June 20, 2022