Vera Faye Marshall Jerrod – 1948-2019

Vera Faye Marshall Jerrod – 1948-2019

VERA FAYE MARSHALL JERROD, 70, of North Little Rock, Arkansas, departed this life November 26, 2019. She is preceded in death by her parents, Willie James Marshall and Gaynell Watson Marshall; and three brothers, Willie Marshall, Jr., Walter Marshall and Roscoe Marshall. She was a retired nurse of the Veterans Administration Hospital, Fort Roots, North Little Rock, Arkansas.

She leaves to cherish her memories: husband, Robert Louis Jerrod; two sons, Robert Louis Jerrod, II and Raymond James Jerrod; grandson, Jaylen James Jerrod; three brothers, Herman Marshall, Nathaniel Marshall, and Earnest Marshall; three sisters, Jeannette Berry (Alvin) of Oxon Hill, Maryland, Felicia Rideout (Christopher) and Theresa Marshall of North Little Rock, Arkansas; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Viewing: Thursday, December 5, 2019, from 12 noon-4:30 p.m. at Ruffin & Jarrett Funeral Home. Homegoing Celebration; Friday, December 6, 2019 at 11 a.m., First Baptist Church 2015 Main Street, North Little Rock, Arkansas, Dr. D. L. Richardson, Pastor. Pastor James Johnson, officiating. Services entrusted to Ruffin and Jarrett Funeral Home, 1200 Chester Street, Little Rock, Arkansas 72202, (501) 372-1305.

2 thoughts on “Vera Faye Marshall Jerrod – 1948-2019”

  • Dear family
    Your mother, sister and grandmother, was a very
    Spicy and sassy woman. She loved you all. Giving
    Her all to her family. Having work with you Mother for at
    The VA Hospital, She was a great nurse . Funny note
    When she was turning 60th, She said, she was giving
    Herself a party, and told me , I was invited, I told her, who?
    Want to come to a party that played one song over and
    Over again (The Thrill Is Gone) we laugh so hard off that one.
    She would cook for us. My favorite was her rices and chicken bake. And that cool- whip cake. She love you all.

  • Dear family I worked with Vera many years at fort roots. She would invite me to her home. We would share recipes. She loved my stuff peppers . She loved her family,those boys were her life. Many years ago my son drew a picture for her and she still had it . Pj is now grown and smiles about today. You all are in our prayers. Verda,Tarsika,Teretha,Tabitha and Franklin jr.aka .pj

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