In Memory


Jerald Greco

Jerry Greco peacefully passed away surrounded by his loving wife, Teri Lea, and his children on Sunday, November 6, 2022. Beloved son of the late Ralph and Margret Greco, he was born on March 12,1944. Jerry was raised and educated in Kenosha, Wisconsin. As part of Bradford High Class of 1962, he went on to a proud career in the automotive industry, spending 39 years at the AMC/Chrysler Kenosha Plant, retiring as a Production Supervisor in 2001. During that time, he was blessed to work with so many hard-working people along the way on both sides of "the rule".

Upon retirement, Jerry and Teri enjoyed traveling and living in many beautiful places, such as Illinois, Missiour and Colorado and ultimately  moving to The Villages in Florida in 2015.  Jerry enjoyed time spent with his friends and neighbors as he participated in numerous clubs, classes and activities.  Jerry was a role model to many.

He was a devoted Green Bay Packers fan and supported all Wisconsin teams (Packers, Brewers and Bucks) along with the Duke Blue Devils.  Jerry was a car enthusiast as a proud owner of his 1928 Willy's Whippet. Jerry's appreciation for music encompassed each day of his life. He was musically talented, playing both the accordian and organ.Jerry found joy and took pride in everything he did.  Above all, and throughout the years ,Jerry enjoyed sharing his interests and making memories with his family. 

Jerry is survived by his wife, Teri, four adoring children, twelve grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.






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11/26/22 09:02 AM #1    

Paul Whiteside

Jerry and I go way back to early Sunday school days lost touch for many years then saw and caught up with him at Kenosha day in Florida a few years ago.  Always a great guy RIP my friend.

11/26/22 11:57 AM #2    

Larry Sommers

RIP, Jerry.

11/27/22 03:01 PM #3    

Gary Grissom

I knew Jery from grade school through High school.  I continued to follow his frequent comments on this web site.  He was a great guy and a good friend.  He will be missed.  RIP 

11/28/22 08:51 AM #4    

Walter Moczulewski

Got to know Jerry back at Washington Jr High. He rode at the bike track with me for a while. As with Gary I will miss his comments!

11/28/22 02:20 PM #5    

Mary Friedl (Donovan)

Jerry always had a kind word for everyone, he will be missed!

11/28/22 02:25 PM #6    

Dave Starr

Jerry and I went to Jr. high and high school.  We played football and basketball together in Jr high and hung out in high school. He was a good guy and will be missed


12/27/22 12:04 PM #7    

Suzanne Olson (Knight)

Jerry lived about 4 blocks north of us, but his cousin Suzy Greco lived 2 houses north of us, so i saw a lot of Jerry.   Suzy and I  were close childhood buddies, and Jerry was around  us a lot.  When Suzy and I  were really little, it was irritating to have her big cousin hanging arouind..but as we got older (in our teens) Jerry and his handsome friends became an asset!!!  We all  climbed the green apple trees  and the mulberry trees, went to Dunnabeck Woods and built forts, Ice skated on frozen yards and streets, rollerskated everywhere.  I haven't lived in Kenosha for years, but in my heart, Jerry (and Suzy) will always be there!!!  Rest in peace my dear childhood friend.

12/28/22 06:56 AM #8    

Jeanne Kyncl (Brush)

Grew up with Jerry from Grant elementary and up.  A nice guy gone too soon!

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