Dina Jolene Gerron

Dina Jolene Gerron, 58, of Arlington, passed away on October 23, 2020.

Dina was born June 9, 1962 in Missouri to Joe and Kay (Wheeler) Gerron.

Dina took great pride in her many years of working in the Aerospace Industry

with several of the industries biggest names. She retired in 2018.

She was preceded in death by her beloved mother, Kay F. Gerron.

Those left to cherish her memory are her children, Amber Wheeler and Wes Bassham,

Candace Gorman and spouse Josh, Whitney Wachter; Grandchildren, Derek Wheeler,

Dylan Wheeler, Ethan Gorman, Caleb Gorman, Cadence Haak, Cyrlea Haak and

Alithia Haak.

She is also survived by her Father, Joe Gerron and spouse Lee; Sisters and

Brothers; Gina Soria and spouse Jerry, Lana Doggett and spouse David, Lori Jach, Shelly Tanguma, Terry Smith and spouse Robert, Brad Gerron and spouse Boyd as well as many

nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

A celebration of life service will be held on Friday, October 30, 2020 at 11:00am at the Fundamental Baptist Church of 209 West Jefferson St. Palmer, TX., 75152

In leu of flowers please make contributions to Fundamental Baptist Church 209 West Jefferson St. Palmer, TX., 75152

or The American Heart Association.7272 Greenville Ave.

Dallas, TX 75231

3 Comments

  1. Linda

    May God hold you tightly in his arms to give you strength and comfort Gina. I know how sad it is to loose your sister and best bud. Always remember you will be together again. Love ya!
    Linda

  2. Julee Neathery

    You will be dearly missed cause! My fondest memories were of all eight of us growing up together. You were funny, silly and knew how to make an entrance! Until we meet again I love you!

  3. Wes and Sue Bean

    Wes and Sue Bean

    We just heard of Dina’s passing. So very sad.

    It was a delight to know Dina. I first met her while assigned as the California Highway Patrol Chief Helicopter Pilot. I travelled to Texas to inspect and return to California helicopters that were being worked on by different Aerospace factories. She was always pleasant and wanting to help as much as possible. Once, I found her inside the tail boom of our Bell 206L-3 helicopter completing some wiring bundles and installations. We made many trips throughout my tenure and she , her mother, and friends often took us out to teach us Texas style dancing. She travelled to California twice to visit with us and by now other friends in our air unit.
    She always had a smile and I loved how she spoke —Texan. My wife and I and our other friends that knew Dina will miss her greatly. We love you girl and hope we meet again.

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