Gerald Becker Death, Obituary – Gerald “Jerry” A. Becker, who resided in Campbellsport, passed away suddenly at the St. Agnes Hospital in Fond du Lac on Sunday, January 1, 2023. He was 65 years old. Laurene M. Becker (née Vorderbruggen) Becker and John P. Becker welcomed their first child into the world on March 26, 1957. He was their firstborn kid. His mother’s maiden name was Vorderbruggen. Jerry Legate and Sharon L. Legate were united in marriage on April 19, 1986, at St. Mary the Virgin Church, and from that day forward, they began their lives together as husband and wife.
Those Gerald leaves behind to honor his memory include his wife Sharon, children Morgan Legate, Robert Becker, and Elizabeth (Timothy) Twohig, grandson Brandon Jacobson, mother Laurene Becker, siblings Corrine Preston, Grace Loehr, Angela (Stephen) Galleske, Arnold Becker, Daniel Becker, and Steven (Jessica) Becker; in addition, he is survived by a large number of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives and Before Gerald was born, his grandfather John Becker, grandmother Mary Becker, brother-in-law Dan Loehr, and sister-in-law Cyndi Kemeny all moved away from the area. Gerald is the only member of his immediate family that is still alive today. On Saturday, January 14, visitation will take place between the hours of 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM at the Twohig Funeral Home. 109 West Main Street is the address of the funeral home that can be found in Campbellsport.
Following the customary funeral ceremony, which will begin at one o’clock in the afternoon at the funeral home and will be led by Reverend Neil Zinthefer, the body of the individual who passed away will be cremated. The funeral service will begin at the funeral home. Jerry has been working as an electrician at Regal Ware for the past 45 years, which is the most of the time he has spent in his adult life. Jerry put in a substantially greater amount of effort than the majority of people, and it was not unusual to find him toiling away at things until he had reached the level of excellence that he deemed to be adequate. This was the case because Jerry was a perfectionist. Jerry was a talented carpenter who gave his time to teach younger members of the 4-H Woodworking Club how to successfully complete a range of projects by drawing on his extensive knowledge and experience.
He had compassion for those who were in a difficult situation and was always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone came to him seeking assistance. He was so generous that it was embarrassing. Because he knew that he would be giving away the majority of the vegetables that he grew in his vegetable garden to his loved ones and close friends, he made sure to plant more seeds in his garden than he initially anticipated needing. He did this because he knew that he would be giving away the majority of the vegetables that he grew. He took tremendous pleasure in looking after his bunnies and showing them, socializing with his dog, and, above all else, spending time with his family. He also took great pleasure in interacting with his dog. In addition to that, he had a lot of fun wrestling with his dog.