Obituary of Geraldine Bernice Scholl
Geraldine Bernice Boltz was born in Monroe, Michigan on May 27, 1931. She was one of two children born from the union of Harold Boltz and Elizabeth (Stapish) Boltz. She attended Monroe High School.
Jerry, as she was lovingly known, married Robert Louis Scholl on September 27, 1947. She proudly cared for the needs of husband and children as a homemaker. In fact, being a mother and grandmother was Jerry’s greatest joy in life. The family worshipped at Trinity Lutheran Church in Monroe where they were members.
Jerry was known for her feistiness. She made friends easily, many lifelong bonds were created. She was the consummate host, looking forward to cooking and hosting family for dinners. Any guests to the Scholl home knew they would never go away hungry. Jerry absolutely loved playing cards, sometimes being involved in spirited games up-to five times a week all around Monroe. She also enjoyed going out to eat with friends. She was a member of the Frenchtown Senior Center
Geraldine Bernice “Jerry” Scholl, age 91, of Monroe passed away at 12:16pm on Friday; June 10, 2022 at ProMedica Monroe Skilled Care and Rehab. Her passing was preceded by her parents; her husband; a brother: Howard Boltz, a daughter: Christine Herzig, two grandsons: Scott Scholl and Kurt Scholl; and a sister-in-law: Judy Boltz, whom she thought of like a sister.
To cherish her memory Jerry leaves a daughter: Janet (Charles) Holmes of Monroe; two sons: Tom Scholl of Monroe and Dan (Lara) Scholl of Ida; eight grandchildren; and eighteen great grandchildren.
Friends may gather from 10:00am until 12:00pm on Tuesday; June 14, 2022 at Merkle Funeral Service, South Monroe; 14567 South Dixie Highway, Monroe, Michigan 48161 (734) 241-7070. A Funeral Service Celebrating Her Life will follow at 12:00pm also at Merkles with Pastor Dennis Mann, Visitation Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Monroe officiating. Procession will follow to Roselawn Memorial Park in LaSalle for burial.
In lieu of flowers memorials are suggested to the Alzheimer’s Association or a charity of the donor’s choice. Online guests may leave words of inspiration and comfort or share a photo by visiting www.merklefs.com.