Jerry Dwayne Angerman
|Posted 2021-07-23 by mhenderson|
|Published by The Arizona Republic on Jul. 23, 2021 -|
Phoenix, Arizona -
Phoenix - Jerry Dwayne Angerman, age 81, passed away peacefully on
July 20, 2021, at Chandler Regional Hospital, Chandler, AZ from
prostate cancer and Valley Fever. He was the son of Bessie and Bernard
Angerman, born on June 19, 1940 in Gatesville, Texas. He was a star
athlete in high school and attended Texas State University for his
undergraduate degree. He then began a long teaching and coaching
career (football), teaching biology and botany at the high school
level. He left teaching to begin a long and successful career in
banking and real estate developing; and also as a savings and loan
owner, newspaper owner and charter helicopter service owner in Austin,
TX. He ran for the Texas State Legislature and also built the Pinnacle
building in southwest Austin. In 1980 they relocated to Phoenix,
Jerry was an avid athlete and sportsman, playing golf, hiking, tennis
and pickle ball in Arizona. He was a warm and funny man; he enjoyed
his 81st birthday recently with 21 guests at his home to help him
After cremation Jerry will rest at the foot of the Tempe, Arizona
Buttes in the crematory garden. He is survived by his wife Karen L.
Kretschman, who was by his side at the hospital when he died.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by daughters Brenda and Dina
in Austin, stepsons Brian and James, and grandchildren Brandon and
Alina, Jackson and Heather. Sympathies may be shared at
www.greenacresmortuary.net for the Angerman family.
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