Ernest P. Kerby
September 1, 1969 - April 5, 2020
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Ernest P. Kerby, age 50 of Madison, died April 5, 2020 at Cardinal Woods Skilled Nursing and Rehab. He was born on September 1, 1969 in Madison, Ohio, the son of Robert and Judith A. (Phillips) Kerby. He worked as a machinist and supervisor for Component Repair Technologies in Mentor for 27 years. He enjoyed …
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Jim left a message on June 11, 2020:
I just found out today and it definitely saddens me greatly. I worked for Pat for around three years and Pat was one cool fella, I'm not saying that because he past away I've said it many times while he was alive. Pat was just mellow, understanding, kind hearted yet stern when needed to be. I have never heard anyone say anything negative about Pat and I'm just telling it like it is, so sorry to hear this today. Jim Dalton
Sandi Luttrell left a message on April 8, 2020:
I’m gonna miss you! You were such a good person. I’m glad you and Twinkle would visit me when you were in the area ♥️ Rest Easy, your work on earth is done!!
Laura Kerby Myers left a message on April 6, 2020:
I have so many good memories with Pat I don’t know which one to share. We might have only been cousin but he was like my brother more than anything. God took home a wonderful person I will miss him deeply. I love you Pat!! RIP
Cody kerby left a message on April 6, 2020:
Wether good or bad, at the end of the day you were always my Dad. My Dad was a strong, charismatic and family driven man. He taught me how to get through life with a sense of pride at the end of the day. When I think back to my childhood I can only remember the best memories like how he would cook once a week and it would always be steak-ums with pan fried sliced potatoes. It cracks me up to think of when he used to save all of the bacon grease until sunday, proceed to make toast, and then eat said bacon grease on his toast chunks. Beside that my Dad taught me so many valuable life lessons, like how to hunt, showed me the value of a family being a family. He pushed and worked his hardest to give me and our family a safe and tight knit home. Through the darkness I see the light. Some of His favorite sayings were, "Are you burning day light???" "You damn knuckle heads!!" "Are you gonna do anything today??" "Your fired!" And the original "Damn kids!" I know he has found his light and is no longer in pain in our world. I love you Dad, thank you for the life you created for us. I will forever be grateful and thoughtful for what you taught me, thank you. Love, Your Son Cody
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