WATERLOO — David J. “Jerry” Worth, 76, of Waterloo, died Monday, March 16, at Cedar Valley Hospice Residence.
He was born Feb. 2, 1944, in Independence, son of Dorothy (Sattizahn) Worth. Jerry graduated from Independence Jefferson Excessive College in 1964. He married Linda Walton; they later divorced. He married Susan Roberts on Nov. 20, 1976, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Sumner.
David labored for Wilson’s Packing Co. in Cedar Rapids for some years. He labored within the foundry and retired from Engine Works after 30 years at John Deere in 1994. He was a member of the Turkey Lengthy Rifle Affiliation. David was a den chief for Boy Scouts of America for a few years. He was a previous member of the Siloam Lodge #222 A.F. & A.M in Jesup, UAW native #838, and the CB Radio Affiliation.
Survivors: his spouse; 4 daughters, Joann Worth of Raymond, Teresa (Adam Blanchard) Worth of Waterloo‚ Barbara (Casey) Platt of Waterloo‚ and Daybreak Daniel of Arizona; two sons, John (Elynn) Worth of Denver‚ Colo., Jason Worth of Arizona; eight grandchildren, Jessica, Jenna, and Jacob Drahos, Mia and Benson Worth, and Keegan, Emma, and Olivia Platt; 4 sisters, Betty Donnan of Independence‚ Jean (Jim) Brockling of Independence‚ Mary (Jim) Fillinger of Independence, and Linda (Paul) Lee of Brandon; and a brother, Robert “Bob” (Sandra) Worth of Waterloo.