Obituary: Jerry Beseler

Jan. 9, 1957 - Aug. 20, 2013

Born January 9th 1957 in Marshfield Wisconsin to John Beseler and Dona Nyberg. Jerry was a natural born leader and a teacher. He loved teaching kids how to ski and was a man who gave meaning to the saying, “someone who would give you the shirt off of his back.” He loved everyone and would help anyone. He was a general contractor who took pride in everything he created. He loved to work with his hands. Jerry produced works of art from the paintings he made to the homes he made into a piece of art. He was loved by many.

Jerry was Carson City Man of the Year and he lit up the faces of many at the multitude of car shows he attended. His smile was contagious for his friends and family who love him. Jerry truly had a heart made of gold. He was “Pops” to many and “Papa” to many more. He was someone you could not help but love! He was preceded in death by his father who he considered his best friend, John Beseler, in 1987. He is survived by his mother, Dona Nyberg, as well as two brothers, and three sisters. He leaves behind many friends who considered him to be family. He will be missed beyond words and always remembered for the wonderful man that he was.


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