Guest Book for Gerard G. Innocenti,PhD

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Posted by: Allida McKinley
Sun October 20, 2019


With loving memories, Allida


Posted by: Allida McKinley
Sun October 20, 2019
You were one of my dearest friends for 52 years. No words can express my gratitude for all you did for me.

Posted by: Lisa Smitreski Draper
Mon October 21, 2019
So sorry to read about the passing of Dr. Innocenti. Truly enjoyed the history classes I took with you at KU. May your family find comfort in knowing all the lives you touched!
With sympathy,
Lisa Smitreski Draper, Ph. D.
KU Class of 1991 and M. Ed. 1993

Posted by: Kate Clair
Mon October 21, 2019
Gerry, So sorry to hear of your loss. We will all miss your bright smile and gentle demeanor.

Posted by: Guido M. Pichini
Mon October 21, 2019
My heartfelt condolences to your family! Dr. Innocenti was my History of Middle Ages professor while I was a student a KSC. He was a role model that influenced me during my years at KSC and the years following my graduation. He will be in my thoughts and prayers!

Guido M. Pichini
Chairman Emeritus
PASSHE Board of Governors
KU Trustee

Posted by: Beth Hertzog Harbonic
Mon October 21, 2019
Sending healing thoughts and prayers to your family. I planned a lot of my semesters at KU around Dr. Innocenti's schedule so I could take as many of his classes as possible. He was a great academic teacher, and I always appreciated his encouragement and support.

Posted by: Susan Coldren
Mon October 21, 2019
So sorry to hear of the passing of Dr Innocenti. I was lucky enough to be one of his students.

Posted by: Marin Ennis
Mon October 21, 2019
I was very saddened to learn of Dr. Innocenti's passing.  He was an outstanding instructor who enjoyed a wonderful rapport with his students and his enthusiasm for the subject matter was very infectious.

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Innocenti family.

Marin F. Ennis  KSC '83

Posted by: Jennifer Weidman
Tue October 22, 2019
My deepest condolences to Dr. Innocenti's loved ones. As an undergrad, my interaction with him was brief but left a vivid impression. He was a gentle and gracious man and will be missed.

Posted by: valeria Skrabut Deater
Thu October 24, 2019
My heartaches  for the loss of a child hood friend I have been gone for 62 years from my childhood neighborhood but i have wonderful memories of my young friends across the street. Jerry grew up to be a wonderful intelligent man. Condolences to Corinne

Posted by: Michael P Chisarick
Thu October 24, 2019
So very sorry to hear of the passing of my friend Dr. Innocenti. I was lucky enough to have met him in 1979, my freshman year at Kutztown. He was such a kind, generous and loving man who shared his wisdom and advice with me on our many drives from Kutztown to Swoyersville and back. I will always remember his warm inviting way and smile, as well as his reliable VW Rabbit during my college years. Safe travels Gerry...

Posted by: Cynthia S Hettinger-LaSota
Thu October 24, 2019
Dear Brenda and Family I was so very saddened to hear of Jerry's passing, I hold so many fond memories of him from my days at KU first as a Freshman History student followed by my student assistant job in the History Department.  May you find comfort in knowing he influenced so many others lives with his kindness and love.

Posted by: Tom Schantz
Fri October 25, 2019
Brenda, I should like to express my most sincere sympathy. I met Gerry at Senate, where he so exceptionally represented the History Department.

Posted by: Mary Ann Golias Kelley
Sun November 03, 2019
So sorry to hear of Gerry's passing.  He was such a wonderful friend through our days at Holy Trinity and Central Catholic H.S.  I have so many memories of a great family, too.Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.  God rest Gerry's soul.

Tom and Mary Ann Kelley