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Gerald L. Scholl

Post IndependentGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Gerald L. Scholl, 54, passed away Jan. 19, 2010 following a courageous battle with cancer. Gerald passed away in his home in Silt.Gerald had married Audrey L. Barrett June 28, 2009 in their flower-filled yard in Silt.Jerry was talented in many areas: He created an original comic strip/characters when young and designed numerous logos for hats at Copper Mountain. Envisioned/shaped golf courses throughout the nation and was a natural at landscaping/gardening, loved his little backyard greenhouse. He grew wonderful tomatoes and fresh herbs. Jerry loved to cook and entertain. He was a master at the barbecue, spaghetti sauce, homemade salad dressings & pickled “dillybeans” were renowned. Jerry was an incredible athlete, skier, runner, scuba driver, outdoorsman and enjoyed memorable trips on his Harley.Gerald belonged to Congregational Church of the Valley. Gerald is preceded in death by his father Robert Scholl.He is survived by his wife Audrey L. Barrett, mother Roxanna Scholl Bayless, son Eric Scholl, daughter, Jessica Scholl (T.J. Nuemberg and daughter Samantha), brothers: Robbie, Jamie, and Todd Scholl, sisters: Lori Bischoff and Peggy Bayless. Wife’s family: Bill and Joy Barrett; brother-in-laws: Wilton, Mark, and Kent Barrett.Memorial Service will be held on Jan. 30, 2010 at 2 p.m. at Cactus Valley Elementary, 222 Grand Ave. in Silt. Immediately following the memorial will be a reception to follow at the school. Memorial donations may go to Hospice of the Valley, P.O. Box 3768, Basalt, CO 81621.


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