Heruth, Jerry Age 87 of Arden Hills passed away peacefully at home on May 20, 2020 after a short battle with leukemia. Jerry was born on July 15, 1932 in Minneapolis. He grew up in a wonderful family with caring parents and 6 siblings. He graduated from North High School in 1950. He enlisted in the Air Force in 1952 during the Korean War. He spent a short time in Guam, but was primarily based in Roswell, NM. Jerry married the love of his life, Nancy, in 1953 and they remained in Roswell until his discharge in 1956. After his service, they moved to Brooklyn Center, raising and nurturing their family in a great community. They moved to Arden Hills in 1980 where he lived with his incredible, loving wife for the past 40 years. Jerry used his talents to build the majority of both houses. Jerry's career included working at Honeywell for 20 years and then in the sale of building design and supplies until his retirement in 1995. Jerry was preceded in death by: parents Ben and Edith, brother John, and son-in-law Greg. Jerry is survived by his devoted wife of 66 years, Nancy; children: Tom (Allie), Doug (Kristi), and Sue Kapsner; grandchildren: Joe, Meg, Ben, Jack, Ashley, Lexie, and Kate; siblings: Bernie, Connie Engstrom, Kathy Palmer, Ken (Mary Kay), Gordy (Sue), Christine Heruth; in-laws: Esther (John) McClung, Dave Young; many nieces and nephews. Jerry's hobbies included: woodworking, golfing, fishing, travel, reading, and organizing. He was also an avid sports fan. His favorite activity was spending time with family. He was a tremendous mentor to all of us and will be deeply missed. His greatest gift was being a Grandpa. He loved and helped them all so much, and they cherished him. Jerry was a true inspiration and constantly displayed his love, generosity, work ethic, strength, loyalty, and his Christian faith. A special thank you to Dr. Rank for his persistence and compassionate care. A private family service will be held on Saturday, May 30. Interment at Acacia Park Cemetery on Monday, June 1. Memorials preferred to Randy Shaver's Tackle Cancer Foundation or Centennial United Methodist Church in Roseville.