All will remember her as a sweet and kind person who loved her family and friends, the Braves, and believed that every dog needed a treat.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Jennie; wife, Millie; son Jeff; daughter-in-law, Pam; grandson, Dru; sister-in-law, Theda; twin sister, Merridith “Sis” Kummerfeldt; and followed by his brother John “Jack” Geer later that day. A Mass of Christian burial will be held at Transfiguration Catholic Church in Marietta, Georgia on Tuesday, January 16 at am with Father Fred Wendel officiating.
Bud is survived by his children Bob (Ferna) Geer, Dan (Patty) Geer, Zane (Dixie) Geer, Shelley Geer, Joel Geer; grandchildren Zane, Tammy, Matthew, Callin, Doni, Tanner, Lindsey, Jason, Justin, Jake, Jessie, Tara, Ryan, Autumn, and Amber; great-grandchildren Wally, Miles, Dawsyn, Owen, Cody, Tommy, Katy, Sam, Amanda, Kat, Allan, Kayla, Logann, Quinn, Buddy, Rowan, and Aadn; great-great-grandchild, Craig; and nieces and nephews Karen (Will) Taylor, Kurt (Tammy) Kummerfeldt, Charlene Schlotte, Diane (Pete) Nagel, Beverly (Jerry) Freeman, Laurie Mc Connell, Monte (Lonnie) Geer, Mary (Dave) Jensen and Chuck (June) Geer. A visitation will be held at Mayes Ward-Dobbins Funeral Home in Marietta on Monday, January 15 from to pm, with a prayer service to follow at pm.
She graduated from Glasgow High School and began work at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital.
She was primarily a homemaker but also worked with her family at various restaurants, and again with the hospital in purchasing.
Julie lived her life in Valley County except for the four years at college. When that plan was nixed she went to plan B: to become a missionary.