Jerry Dean Nolting

Jerry Dean Nolting went to be with his heavenly father on October 12, 2019. Jerry was born on May 15, 1956 in Topeka, Kansas to Oscar Nolting, Sr. and Loretta Mae Lawton. He grew up and lived in Topeka, Kansas.

Jerry was employed by the City of Topeka as a Utility System Worker, retiring in March, 2019.

Jerry was preceded in death by his father, Oscar Nolting, Sr., his brothers Oscar Nolting, Jr. and Duane Nolting, Sr.

He leaves to cherish his memory, his mother Loretta Nolting of Topeka, Kansas, his daughters: Jeveny (Quentin Hailey) Nolting, Topeka, Kansas; Tiffarra Bradley, Fayetteville, North Carolina; and Loretta (Brad) Rohlman, Topeka, Kansas; sisters Linda Jenkins and Debra (Ron) Harris, both of Topeka, Kansas; four grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren, along with a host of nephew, nieces, cousins and friends.

Jerry was a very loving father and a loyal friend. He enjoyed hunting, watching football and spending time with family and friends.

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  1. I’m so sorry to hear of Jerry’s passing, I have so many found memories of the family when I lived in East Topeka Ks. May God continue to Bless your family with peace & understanding. ❤️

  2. Condolences to the Nolting family I was saddened to her the loss of Jerry.
    We the Berry family are truly praying for you all during this difficult time of bereavement. Growing up on the Eastside has lots of memories.
    Ms Loretta and my mother worked together @ C&Y Clinic, Debra and I are still the best of friends. Jerry loved dogs… I can still remember those dogs chasing us on 10th St after school or leaving Eastlawn you had to pass the house so you had to be ready to run!! LOL
    God Bless you all!!! 🙂

  3. May the most high welcome you and the ancestors greet you R.I.P.
    My heart goes out to the family in your time of grief.
    Love and peace

  4. To the Nolting and Lawton family, so sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences. Jerry will be missed by many. I loved Jerry like a dad, brother and a uncle all in one person. Me and him had lots of great times and memories together. Jerry you taught me a lot and I will never forget you Jerry Dog. Rest In Peace my friend.

  5. Uncle, I was driving down the highway in Atlanta last Thursday wanting to call you from the road when I was stuck in traffic so you could talk me home, like you used to do. I just seen you in September when I was home visiting and I am so happy I got to look you in your eyes and tell you how much I love you. I am so fortunate I got to hug you one last time and see your face one last time. No matter when I came home to visit, you always made a point to come and see me at mom’s house or take me to lunch. You always made it a point to show me you loved me regardless of who was around or where we were. I never had to question your love because you always made it a point to let me know you loved me. I am so happy I got to hear you say “I love ya Angelina” one last time.

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