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1940 Jerry 2024

Jerry Lee Storm

July 4, 1940 — January 11, 2024


Jerry Lee Storm was born July 4, 1940, in Mattoon, Illinois, and passed away peacefully in his home on January 11, 2024. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents, George and Hermione Storm, his wife Sandy Storm, brother Bill Storm, and son Bill Storm. Jerry is survived by his son Paul Finn (Amy) grandchildren Audrey and Christopher great grandchildren Caleb and Aiden, his life partner of 25 years Judy Snyder and her children Tim (Karen), Christine (Sean), Theresa (Kevin) grandchildren Callie, Aidan, and Caitlin, and his stepchildren Tammie Smith (Bill) grandchildren Will, Jack, Owen; stepson Shawn Harper.

Jerry graduated from Mantoon High School and served in the Army. He was the owner of Rainy Day Construction and worked on many projects across the state of Indiana with a focus on projects in South Bend / Mishawaka.

Jerry was an avid sports fan and never missed games of Illinois football and basketball, the Chicago Bears, and his beloved Chicago Cubs. Jerry was also very patriotic and loved celebrating his birthday with the nation on the Fourth of July. He was very proud of his military service and loved being at home with Judy and their cocker spaniels, Reese’s, and Snickers.

Please join us in a celebration of life gathering on January 22, 2024, from 2 pm-4 pm at Indiana Funeral Care, 8151 Allisonville Rd. Indianapolis. 

In place of flowers, please feel free to donate to a Veterans support organization of your choice.

To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Jerry Lee Storm, please visit our flower store.

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