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Jerry Clyde Shoemake
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Jerry Clyde Shoemake, 73, of Cumming, died April 25, 2017.

Jerry was born in Cumming in 1943 to the late Clyde and Corene Shoemake.

He was a member of Silver City Baptist Church, where he was at one time over the visitation group and convalescent singing at the church.

He was also in good standing with the Bojangles in Dawsonville seven days a week.

In addition to his parents, his brother, Larry Shoemake, preceded him in death.

Survivors include his children, Chris Shoemake of Gainesville, Melodee McCord and Don Albey of Gulf Shores, Ala.; brothers, Brian and Sheila Shoemake of Wisconsin, Ricky and Joyce Shoemake of Hiram; sister-in-law, Barbara Shoemake of Cumming; granddaughter, Stefanie Soles and PO3 Brannon of Virginia Beach, Va.; great-grandchildren, Kiya and Tayton Soles; special cousin, Minnie Grogan of Cumming; various other relatives also survive.

Funeral services were held at 4 p.m. April 27 at Silver City Baptist Church with the Revs. Stephen Davis and Tim Biddy officiating. Interment followed in Silver City Baptist Church Cemetery.

Ingram Funeral Home and Crematory of Cumming was in charge of the arrangements.