geraldschlageter
Greece: April 21, 2013 at age 54. Gerald is predeceased by his father, Wesley & son, Anthony. He is survived by his loving wife and best friend, Anne Marie Schlageter; daughter, Kathryn; sons, Michael & Robert; mother, Beverly Schlageter; father-in-law & mother-in-law, Robert & Frances Mulholland; brothers, James & Mark; brothers-in-law & sisters-in-law, Michael, (Rachel) Mulholland, Mary Jo (Mark) Kenny, Kathleen (Bruce) Eastman, Patrick (Tracy Smith) Mulholland & Kelly (Steven) Baker; many nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. Gerald is a proud member of the Sheet Metal Workers Local 46, after over 30 years of service, was a fan of the Rochester Americans and a lifelong lover of Indian Lake in the Adirondacks where he and Anne were going to retire this year. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him. Gerald's visitation will be held Wednesday, April 24th, 4-8 P.M. at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, Greece Chapel, 1075 Long Pond Road. His Graveside Service will be held Thursday, April 25th, 11 A.M. at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery (please meet the family at the Dewey Avenue gate of the cemetery) In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Red Cross, RedCross.org in his memory.

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  1. A lot of good times over the years. So many hockey games in a lot of different cities. Tons of hijinks and hilarity. Road trips to find the oldest and sharpest cheese known to man. I’m glad we got to do that stuff. And I’ll say what I said after almost every game: Get Up There. You’ll know what that means. I’m going to miss you a lot. Godspeed.

    Your brother, ‘Moose’

  2. dad,
    i cant find the words to explain how i feel about you other than i love you. i promise you that i will stay strong and do my best to be the guy youve always wanted to see me be. im lost for words dad, you were and still are my best friend in the whole world. theres not one father son relationship as strong as the one you shared with rob and i. were gunna miss you.

  3. Scratch
    I will miss you so much. Not suppose to be this way. There are way to many memories to even think about. I will never forget you. Rest in peace. Your loving brother and best friend.
    Jim (larry)

  4. Sheets,

    Gone way too soon… Hockey games will never be the same without you there. I thank you personally for everything you did to try and assist me with my health issues. You were a valued friend for over 15 years and I will miss our chats about woodworking projects. My deepest condolences to Anne and the entire family, words cannot express how sorry I am. The Amerks lost a true fan, and everyone shall miss you deeply.

    Jeff Scheid

  5. To all of Jerry’s friends–the guys at golf, the Amerks fans, all the co-workers over the years that became friends, to the girls and regulars at Romig’s, and especially to the toastbarn guys—he loved you all, and I love you too. Thanks for all the wonderful memories. Anne.

  6. Anne, I was shocked to hear of Jerry’s death. My deepest sympathy to you and your family, Jim, Mark & Beverly. We had a lot of fun when we worked together, at Christmas Parties and at your house. He made me a coffee table that I will cherish forever. I am truly very sorry.

  7. Gerry,

    I am saddened by the news. You were the best childhood friends and neighbors a guy could ever have. I have certainly benefited from all we learned and did together growing up. I’m thrilled to see what a wonderful husband and father you were. I’m not surprised. You were one of the most genuine and caring people I’ve ever met and I’m sure many people benefited from the way that you made the most of life.

    My sincerest condolences to Gerry’s family’¦ I know what a special person he was.

  8. Gerry
    I was so saddend when I got the news. Like Jimmy said its not supposed to happen this way. You were always a fine gentleman and a great craftsman. I just wish I knew you when I was going to the Amerks games. RIP.

  9. I only met Gerry recently but I was proud to have known him for even such a short time. My depest condolences to wife Anne, brother Jim, Jill & Jesse and all family members. The fond memories will never be lost. Jack M. Risewick, Caneadea, NY

  10. I wouldn’t know where to begin in trying to sum up the forty years of antics, exploits and all the inside jokes that that no one else will ever understand. You will be missed more than words can describe and my heart goes out to Ann and the family.

    The Royal Order of Lobsters is now officially down one member. And as always, the Miami Beach audience is the best audience in the world. Goodnight everyone! See’ya round the plant.

    Eric (RE)

  11. Jerry was my best friend in High School and many years after, As I right this, I am reflecting on all the good times we had together. We came of age together in the 70’s. I will always have a special place in my heart for him. God Bless Scratch!

  12. Sheeter, you are going to be missed at the Amerks games. You are the reason Geno and I still have tickets. We have enjoyed all your comments during the game and the beers between periods. You were to young to leave us.

  13. Are deepest regrets on your lose of a family member. May you find peace and comfort during these difficult times. Group 1, Engine 274 North Greece Fire District.

  14. Jerry,

    You were the best husband and dad to my sister and the kids. We’ll so miss your quick wit and brutal honesty at all our family functions!! You kept us all in line! We love you and will miss you always. Our little three legged table is so much more special now.
    Mary Jo

  15. Jer, you will be missed…. I will always remember our senior year making the ‘movie’ with Skipper. RIP buddy!

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