Jerome "Jerry" Lee Vetter Jr.
November 5, 1952 - January 21, 2022
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Jerome Lee Vetter Jr. “Jerry” Passed away on January 21, 2022 at age 69. Dear brother of Jeffrey Vetter, Jodi (the late David) Kramp, Jay (Kelli) Vetter, and Jason (Angie) Vetter. He was preceded in death by his parents, Jerome and Jean Vetter, and brother James Vetter. He is further survived by nieces, nephews, other…

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Bonnie Tefft left a message on June 15, 2022:
I just learned today of Jerry’s passing. My sympathies to the family. I worked with Jerry at Miller Park/American Family Field, He was an absolutely great guy and would do anything to help me, His contributions to the kitchen/warehouse area were beyond excellent. So nice of Delaware North to remember him. Peace, Jerry, you’ve earned it.
Kevin Plesnik left a message on February 1, 2022:
Jerry and Carnel at the 2010 World Series in Arlington Texas
Kevin Plesnik left a message on February 1, 2022:
Jerry was a great guy excellent person to work with and never let his disability interfere or limit what he could do at work or in life. I’m glad I was able to work with him and know him as a person. I traveled w him to many sportservice sites on our bus trips to help other units. I worked with him at county stadium and later on at Miller Park. Words can’t express the things that Jerry did. He brought a smile to everyone he encountered. May he Rest In Peace Jerry Vetter Jr.
Craig Johnson left a message on January 31, 2022:
John Marshall High School - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Class of 1972 The John Marshall High School - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Class of 1972 would like to express our sincere condolences and prayers to the family and friends of Jerome "Jerry" Vetter. He is not forgotten by his classmates and will be remembered by name at our 50th Class Reunion in September 2022 in Milwaukee. John Marshall - Class of 1972 - 50th Reunion Committee
Tom Olson left a message on January 29, 2022:
I remember meeting Jerry in 1979 working in Milwaukee County Stadium he was working the soda fast fill machine which Jerry would work each Brewer game. Jerry was the fabric of the ballpark everyone would stop and say hello to Jerry. Jerry loved to travel to Texas for playoff games and other operations he looked forward to that every year. Jerry will sorely missed by everyone at American Family Field. Jerry’s favorite meal chicken fingers/ fry’s and Coke, and any dessert always had a sweet tooth. I will miss my friend.
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Sue Uecker left a message on January 28, 2022:
Jerry was one of the kindest, humble, grateful people I've been blessed to know and call my friend. He will be missed dearly.
Krause Funeral Home & Cremation Services left a message:
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