Hernandez, Jeraldo; (Hollywood, Honch, Bubba), 2/26/23. Went home to be with the Lord.
Predeceased by his Mother; Josefa. Survived by his Father John and wife Mary; Loving wife, Carla; Brothers, John (Andrea), Daniel (Tracy), Rick, and Mark (Lisy); sisters, Haydee Mottler (Scott), Maria Hilbert (Frank), and Teresa DiPaoloa (Charles); Nephews, Brandon, John Angelo, Joshua, Jonathan, Jordan, Richard, Dylan, Steven, Anthony, James, Julian and Marko; Nieces, Jasmine, Alexis, Lydia, Giovanna, Salvina, and Leecy; Many dear lifelong friends.
Jeraldo grew up in Rochester and made many friendships at Arcadia High School. He loved the Lord with his whole being. He greatly influenced the lip synch craze as he performed as “Elvis” and was the big winner in many contests with prizes including cash, cruise trips, and more. He began his professional career as a flooring technician then went on to operate his own business. He obtained his CDL license and became a Professional CDL Driver working for Atlantic Plywood, a job he enjoyed, especially meeting new customers and admiring their woodworking skills. Jeraldo had a heart of gold, his smile could light up a room and his presence was undeniable in any setting. He and his wife were inseparable for 15 years. He enjoyed riding his Harley Davidson on the open road with the wind flowin’ in his hair. He took great pride in his appearance and coined the phrase “Man-Diva” w/his appreciation for fine watches and jewelry. He was a force to be reckoned with during the years he played flag football at G&T Sportspark, and still holds the record for most sacks. He was Poppy to their two dachshunds, Stella and Bella. He will be dearly missed by everyone who knew and loved him.
Jeraldo’s visitation will be held Friday, March 3rd, 4 – 7 PM at Vay-Schleich and Meeson, 1075 Long Pond Road. His Funeral Service will be celebrated Saturday, March 4th, 10:00 AM at New Beginnings Church, 7397 W. Ridge Road Brockport. Interment, Riverside Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers; please make donations to: CUFI; Christians United For Israel (www.cufi.org
) in his memory. For more information and to sign his online guestbook, visit www.meesonfamily.com