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Gerald Postma passed away Sunday, July 21, 2019 unexpectedly at home. 

The son of Albert & Virginia (Howard) Postma, he was born August 22, 1956 in Grand Rapids. 

Honoring his wishes cremation has taken place. To send a message of sympathy to the family, sign Gerald’s online guest book, or to share a favorite memory, please visit: www.MichiganCremation.com

 

Arrangements are entrusted to Michigan Cremation and Funeral Care, Grand Rapids.

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  1. Nicholle Littlefield on August 16, 2022 at 8:03 pm

    Gerald Ray Postma was my father. I’ll miss him always and he’ll forever be with me in my heart…



  2. Nicholle Littlefield on January 7, 2023 at 1:34 am

    Gerald Ray Postma
    8-22-1956 ~ 7-21-2019

    Born to father Albert and mother Virgin May Postma. Their youngest son was he. His siblings , Sisters Pat, Sue, Laura, Betsy, and Mary. Brothers Steve and Bill.

    Born in Grand Rapids, Mi
    It was the city he loved!

    He’s a very loved father of 3
    Oldest daughter Gina, only son Jerrud. Youngest made the baby . His daughter and name sake, Nicci Reigh (Nicholle)

    They all made him grandpa.
    Grandson Douglas III his only one. Grandaughters Katie, Kimi, Kelly, and Krissy. Haily, Rylie, Alissa, Emma and youngest Chloie.

    Rowen great grandson and great grand daughter Aubrey makes it 2 great.

    Uncle Jerry to some nieces, nephews and greats. Including some kids that he loved so much. Uncle Jerry he was called by a bunch.
    He met Casey one day. Together in Heaven now is where they stay. His soulmate no doubt. Her son is Rob and grand daughter Celest. Mozart his best dog pal. He was one of their pets along with all the rescued kittens and cats that loved dad and Casey so much. Wild birds fed daily and a raccoon on on occasion. Like a adventure to watch some. Good days we always made em.

    He made a living as a Roofer. Diekevers Roofing they paid him. Always stained by the sun . Patches of tar everywhere , mainly on his arm hair.

    Son, Brother, Dad. Grandpa and great. Uncle, friend and soulmate. Roofer by trade and animal keeper. Leather Cowboy boats with blue jeans. His Marlboros in the pocket of his favorite black tee watching Seinfeld . Sippin on a coke and Kesslers. His signature whiskey.

    Someday after a short wait, I’ll see you at the gate. My hero you are. A soul one of a kind. So original and rare to find.

    Thunder and lightning crack in the night. Mornings beautiful light. One less man here today. One more child, in God’s arms to stay. Rockin a byin. Our Father , Im so glad for him to see him. We bow our head’s to cry , with our hearts aching , his absence not makes you feel unfamiliar to this place. It is only you and I who cry. Dad’s still with us. All around in every space . Pay attention , take notice . I promise he wants us to be aware to comfort us in knowing he’s good in this place. It’s an awwww kinda nice.

    Rest now Dad I love you



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