Naomi T. Jerow

July 15, 1919 ‒ March 27, 2015

Mansfield, Ohio

Naomi T. Jerow passed away Friday afternoon, March 27, 2015 at home surrounded by her family. She was 95.

She was born July 15, 1919 to parents Brent and Rachie (Cross) Taylor in Pullman, West Virginia. Naomi graduated from Pennsboro West Virginia High School in 1938 and later joined her father in operating the family grocery store and meat market. Naomi was a member of First Methodist Church in Pennsboro, West Virginia.

She married Harry Jerow in 1945 and they both worked in her father’s store until moving to Mansfield in 1948. After Harry passed away in 1969, Naomi continued to work in several meat markets until retiring from Miller Meats after 24 years.

She is survived by three children: Linda (Jerry) Graves of Oklahoma, Bambi (Tim) Corwin of Lexington, and Donald (Gail) Jerow of Colorado; two grandsons Given and Avery Corwin; great granddaughter Tessa Kay; sister Ruth Hall of West Virginia; niece Peggy Wince and nephews Robert (Alice) McDaniels, and Rodney (Rita) Taylor.

In addition to her loving husband of 24 years, she was preceded in death by her parents; siblings Latimer (Madalyn) Taylor and Betty (Dana) Rogers and brother-in-law Lloyd Hall; two nieces and one nephew.

Family and friends may call Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 6-8 pm at our Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home. A funeral service in Naomi’s memory will be held Thursday, April 2, 2015 at 2 pm with Pastor Mark Dettmer officiating in the funeral home. Burial will follow at Mansfield Memorial Park.

For contributions in her memory, make checks payable to Lexington Senior-Civic Center and bring or send to the funeral home: P.O. Box 3085, Mansfield, Ohio 44904.

Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve Naomi’s family and encourages you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them or see Naomi’s tribute video at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • Your Mother was such a dear soul. She was my partner on bus trips and she also made sure I had my State Quarters from Colorado and wherever else she had extras from and would sell them to me when we had lunch at Der Dutchman with the Lex Area Sr Citizens. She was such a positive person and a joy to be around. She will be missed and you have my sympathy with hugs.

  • Bamb and Linda and family,

    We are so sorry for your loss. She may be gone but not forgotten. We enjoyed our visits with her and her great food, smile and kindness. Will treasure the memories we made with her and her family. Thoughts and prayers ,

    Patsy Coaly and Connie Gregory.

  • My prayers are with all of you.There are no words to describe when you lose your mother.Take comfort in each other.