Jerry Lynn Bucy

December 2, 1950 ~ July 29, 2021

     Jerry Lynn Bucy age 70, of Park Hills, passed away at his residence, July 29, 2021. He was born December 2, 1950 in Cairo, IL to the late Luther and Rozella (Paliser) Maxwell. Jerry proudly served his country in the United States Navy for 23 years where he retired. He then went on and worked with National Security Agency, as a computer analyst, where he retired as well.

      He enjoyed watching the St. Louis Cardinals baseball, spending time with his family and adored his grandchildren. Jerry also liked to go out to his garage with his sons and give advice on whatever they were working on. He was very proud of his sons and loved them dearly. In his spare time, you would see him out in the yard mowing his grass which he enjoyed when outdoors.

      Jerry was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters; Linda Faye Bucy in infancy and Billie Jo Green.

     Jerry is survived by his loving wife of 51 years, Mary (Gorman) Bucy, two sons; Jerry Brian (Paula) Bucy; Kevin (Nora) Bucy; six grandchildren; Kaelyn, Samantha, Nicole, Rory, Logan and Marley; two brothers; Denny (Colleen) Bucy and Bobby (Audrey) Bucy.



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  1. I’m so sorry to hear of my Uncle Jerry’s passing. He loved his family so much and got so much joy from when they came together. He always had a great story and loved to tell stories.

    He will be missed. Rest in piece Uncle Jerry.

  2. Papa,
    I will forever treasure my memories with you. I love you so much and will miss you dearly. Seeing Lonstar with you and going to see Luke Bryan were two of my favorite memories with you. We shared a very special bond and both liked our pecan pie and grannie smith apples. 
    Your first granddaughter, 

  3. Sat next to Jerry at the Fort and after things got quiet..we sat and chatted about being CTOs in the Navy at different times. I still repeat some of his sea stories. Thanks for your service, he was a good Shipmate.

  4. Jerry, Mr. Music" you will be missed. I'll never forget the "MUSIC" trip to Spain and the no-host social. We had food coming out of our ears, it might have helped had I known more Spanish. But no one left the restaurant hungry. I'll remember my visits and the quick runs to get cinna-buns, the sticky ones! Then sitting around the table catching up on the family news while enjoying every bite. You were a mentor, friend, shipmate and a part of my extended family. You are loved. RIP Jerry, FWFS.

    To the Bucy family, my deepest condolences for the loss of a great man, husband, Dad and Papa. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love, Ms. Carol

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