Service measured not by GOLD,
                           but by the GOLDEN RULE

Service measured not by GOLD,
          but by the GOLDEN RULE


œTogether Again 
WOOSTER – Thais Geraldine œJeri  Hudson, 88, of Wooster died on Monday, July 6, 2020 at Glendora Care Center.
She was born November 14, 1931 in Fredericksburg to Banks and Evelyn Thompson Fisher.   On December 21, 1951, she married Duane Hudson.   He preceded her in death in 2011.
Jeri was a homemaker.
She is survived by her sons Jeff (Cindy) Hudson of Wooster, Jerry Hudson of Apple Creek and Jim (Robin) Hudson of Wooster; grandchildren Jon (Kristen) Hudson, Josef (Jennifer) Hudson, Laura (Joseph) Hickey, Duana (Jamie) Fiesler, Tyann Hudson, Johnathon Hudson, James (Wendy) Hudson, Jerilynn (Ben) Morris, Jeremy (April) Hudson and Jenny (Jesse) Hacket; many great-grandchildren and step-daughter Susan Lindberg.
Along with her husband, Jeri was preceded in death by her parents, a brother Harold œBud  Fisher and a sister Ellen Spencer.
Private family services were held in the Fredericksburg East Cemetery.
McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster assisted the family.
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  1. Awesome parents those two were so kind. God Bless in a hard time

  2. I knew jeri when I was recovering at glendora. She became a great friend to me. We loved doing art and bingo together and occasionally a little trouble making. She became my adopted grandma and I could talk to her about anything. She lifted my spirits when I was missing my family. Sending prayers and hugs. Jeri you will be greatly missed. Love you.

  3. I was hskpg at Glendora,I left in Jan2020,loved Jerri,loved talking to her,just a great lady!! R.i.p. my friend

  4. I have known Jeri for many years. She and Duane were neighbors of my family on Henry St. and then neighbors of ours on Country Club. I worked for them at the Singer Sewing Center in the shopping center beside the Wooster Hospital. They were great people and cared so much about everyone. Jeri did crafts at the Wayne County Care Center for many years. I am so sorry for her family. I will miss her. Rest in Peace Jeri! Ed and Jeanette Soliday Robison.

  5. Sorry to here about your mother. She always made you smile. Your mother was always a very nice lady and never heard her say bad things about anyone. Thinking of all of you. Dan

  6. I knew Jeri from Glendora. I go there and sing for the residents. Jeri was my favorite. She would color me pictures and make crafts to give me each month when I would come to sing. I hung them up and took a picture of myself with her art work and gave it to her. They are still hanging in my music room. If any of the family would like them I would give them to you. They were made with love by her own hand. She was an awesome lady and I will miss her terribly.


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