Geraldine 'Jerri' Rousey, 77, of Stanford, formerly of Hustonville, died Wednesday Jan. 2 at the Fort Logan Hospital.
A native of Boyle County, she was born Aug. 7, 1930 to the late Una Bandy and Addie Shelton Bandy of Hustonville. She was a homemaker, retired sales clerk, and member of Stanford Baptist Church and the Fort Logan Hospital Auxillary.
She was also preceded in death by a brother, Benny Bandy.
Survivors include two sons, Bruce (JoAnn) Rousey of Danville and Jimmy (Debbie) Rousey of Springfield, Ill.; two daughters, Sandy (Wayne) Purdom of Baton Rouge, La., and Debbie (Scottie) Ernst of Stanford; one brother, Charlie (Margaret) Bandy of Denver Colo.; three sisters, Margie (David) Johnson of Danville, Dolly (Tom) Brandon of Sherman, Texas, and Tena (Gene) Litton of Columbus, Ohio; a sister-in-law, Gayle Bandy of Lexington; nine grandchildren, Steve (Becky) Purdom, Mike (Misty) Purdom, Monica (Greg) Dean, Katie Rousey, Tracy (Kris) Broadus, Lori Rousey, Brandon Stickler, Sammy (Michele) Stickler, and Alex Barrett; and five great grandchildren, Abagail Dean, Andrew Dean, Kale Purdom, Gavin Wayne Purdom, and Tyson Broadus.