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Jerry D. Hampton, Jr.

July 6, 1963 - February 6, 2021

Jerry D. Hampton, 57, unexpectedly passed from this Earth on February 6, 2021, while at his home in Conifer, Colorado.

He owned and operated J & C Equipment Service, Inc., located in Golden. Jerry was quite the entrepreneur, starting several other business in locations such as McGuireville, Arizona, and Rigby, Idaho. After high school graduation, he served in the Navy for six years, receiving several awards and was honorably discharged as a BT1 E6.

Jerry was born to Rosemary and Jerry D. Hampton, Sr., on July 6, 1963, in Memphis, Tennessee. He married Mary Elizabeth Dowd Hampton on September 8, 1990, in Sedona, Arizona. Jerry was a renaissance man. There was not anything he could not do. He loved to fish, hang out with friends, read all kinds of books and surf the internet. Most of all, Jerry loved his family, both the two-legged kind and the four-legged kind.

Jerry is survived by his wife Mary; mother Rosemary and stepfather Ed; brothers Scott, Donnie; Chris and his wife Julie, daughter Angel and her husband Daniel; grandchildren Blaine, J.J. and Killian; and many uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces and cousins.


9 Responses

  1. John Goggin says:

    I was shocked to learn of Jerry’s passing. Last summer he installed the car lift in my new shop and was extremely helpful. He was one of the good guys.

  2. Shanna Briggs says:

    Jerry was a great man. And although it has been some time since I have seen him. He was never forgotten. My heart goes out to Mary.

  3. Parker Branch says:

    Jerry was such a great friend to the automotive industry and to us here at Branch Automotive. I’m saddened to hear of his passing and pray for comfort and peace for Jerry and his family.

  4. The UPS Store-Conifer says:

    We will miss Jerry very much, he will always be remembered
    for bring up fresh bread to our store, and his kind heart.

  5. David and Suzanne Rightmire says:

    Mary, our hearts are aching for you from the news. Jerry was your gift, as he was to all of us who knew him. We regret that we have not been in touch in recent years, but want you to know you are on our minds, and in our hearts. We are close by, so please call on us if we can do Anything to help you in this painful time.
    Love, Suzanne and David

  6. Kevin Connor says:

    Quiet, kind, considerate with that low key laugh and big smile. You will be missed big guy!!

  7. Susan and Ray Imhoff says:

    There are many memories of Jerry we will treasure forever. Our time at Lake Powell on the houseboat camping and fishing, hanging out on the deck at his home with his friends and family, and camping at Mirror Lake to name a few. He was also generous, it was nothing for him to drive treacherous roads in the winter to get to us to help, grade our driveway to keep it smooth, if it was broke he would jump in to fix it. We don’t think he ever said no and he never wanted anything in return,just your friendship. We have missed him since moving away and will miss him even more now, but we will never forget him.

  8. Arturo Tirado says:

    I was lucky enough to sit next to you 14 years ago and the next thing you know your My buddy . I love you Jerry! Fishing and Thanksgiving will never be the same without you ! Whether it was Sitting on a pier in the Caribbean or fishing in muddy Texas Matagorda it didn’t matter. The memories will always be our conversations , your company, and your goofy smile. You will always be with me and my family Jerry. Fish on and pass the fried turkey. See you Jerry

  9. DeLyn Wirkus says:

    I had the privilege to work with Jerry over the years. He is a great man and will be missed. We sold and worked on equipment over the years.

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