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Jerry Dean Obituary News: Sophia, Randleman Man, Jerry Dean “Caveman” Stuart, Passes Away At 67

Jerry Dean Obituary News: Sophia, Randleman Man, Jerry Dean “Caveman” Stuart, Passes Away At 67

Jerry Dean “Caveman” Stuart, 67, departed from this life on December 30, 2023, at his residence.

As the son of the late Roy Franklin and Eula Lewallen Stuart, he was born on May 7, 1956, in High Point, North Carolina. After living in Sophia, Randleman, and most recently Ramseur, he was raised in High Point.

He went to school in the vicinity of Trinity. Jerry held positions with a number of nearby businesses, such as Technimark LLC and Hanesbrands Inc.

In their early years, Jerry and Myra like to go on motorcycle rides, go camping, and go hiking.

Subsequently, they devoted time to their sons’ band and athletic activities.

Jerry had strong feelings for his loved ones, music, and fishing. Self-taught guitarist, he sung around the campfire with friends and improvised with his boys.

He was an avid fisherman who snapped pictures of every catch, regardless of size, and stocked the freezer at home with his latest haul. Along with Myra, Jerry enjoyed kayaking and bicycling. In his later years, he would frequently go fishing at the lake with his brother Garth. In addition, he had a strong passion for the football team, the Carolina Panthers.

Jerry has a kind and giving spirit. He was prepared to share his resources or offer assistance to someone in need. He was a devoted father and husband who was focused on providing for his family and upholding a high standard of living.

Jerry’s brother Gary “Garth” Stuart and father Roy Stuart both passed away before him. Jerry’s mother, Eula Lewallen Stuart, sister Cindy Stuart Swaney (Johnny), twin sons, Dylan and Cody (Heather) Stuart, granddaughter Serenity Hazel Stuart, and other nieces and nephews who held a particular place in their families are among the survivors. Jerry also leaves behind his wife of 41 years, Myra Kennedy Stuart.