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Jerred R.
Halter

Halter, Jerred R.
Wednesday, December 28, 2016, age 35 years. Loving husband of Nicole M. Halter (nee Hansen). Amazing father of Emma and Scarlet. Son of Pamela and the late Mark Halter. Brother of Curtis and Justin Halter. Grandson of Jeanette Buckett and Emma Scheel. Son-in-law of Herman and Carol Hansen. Also survived by sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, aunts uncles, nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
Visitation Wednesday, January 4, from 4:00 PM until 8:00 PM at the Funeral Home, followed by the funeral service at 8:00 PM. Private interment Highland Memorial Park, New Berlin, WI.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to his children appreciated.

Past Comments

Chad Vigani

I want to send my condolences to Nicole and family. As you know, Jerred was more than a UPS co-worker, he was my friend. We have worked together for several years and really got to know each other. Having two daughters myself, it was common for Jerred and I to discuss what was coming next as the girls get older. He enjoyed every minute of his girls and couldn’t wait for the next milestone. I will miss our conversations and I will miss his leadership at UPS. He will truly be missed by all.
Chad

Ric Simon

Jerred was a special person all the way around; a gift from God. I loved listening to his stories about his girls, family times, and vacations. Over six and a half years ago I joined the business development team at UPS which Jerred was a member of. He showed a genuine interest in my development and success, willing to answer the many questions I had and share his lessons learned. Our team has a hole in it right now. A team that Jerred served as a mentor for. He was a giving and caring person, and knew how to maintain the delicate balance between doing right for the customer and protecting UPS. No one did this better. I am a better person for having known Jerred Halter and I thank God for that gift.
Ric Simon

Ric Simon

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W. Douglas Turner

Some where along the years working alongside Jerred, I began to call him Jer-Red. Not sure why, just a term of endearment that he seems to not mind. I guess that was a kind of Bro-mance acknowledgement. His response to me was usually “What’s up man…!” He was a knowledgeable and compassionate person and co-worker. I pray rest for him in our LORD. I further pray for his beautiful family and their well-being. What an awesome gift of life Jerred was and will be for those to get to hear of him from us who experienced it. God’s blessings to the Halter family. W. Douglas Turner and Family.

Scott Brooks

My family has added you and yours to our nightly prays. I know this is tuff times and that none of the words I’m going to say will make it much better but here is what I know about Jerred. He was always helpful in the business side of our friendship and when opportunity came up he always looked for ways to give us the best service and take it to the partnership level. But what most stuck out to me were all the times we would start talking it was about family first he would ask about me and my family and I would ask about his and we would talk about how the kids are doing new things, getting bigger, and life is going by faster and faster each day. At the end of the day it was about family first for both of us and business is what we did to take care of our family. He was always an outstanding person who was looking to grow with us both business wise but more importantly personally. I know he will be missed by a lot of people but few things we all know is that he was a great husband, father, friend, and role model for all of us.
Scott Brooks
Douglas Dynamics

Chad Vigani

I want to send my condolences to Nicole and family. As you know, Jerred was more than a UPS co-worker, he was my friend. We have worked together for several years and really got to know each other. Having two daughters myself, it was common for Jerred and I to discuss what was coming next as the girls get older. He enjoyed every minute of his girls and couldn’t wait for the next milestone. I will miss our conversations and I will miss his leadership at UPS. He will truly be missed by all.
Chad

Mike Keller

I had the pleasure of working with Jerred for many years at UPS and saw him develop from a part-time UPS hub employee to a hard working, highly dedicated sales professional with sharp business acumen who continuously developed himself and those around him to be the best they could be. I also considered him a friend, as we got to know each other better, along with his buddies, Johnny, Andy and Josh thru our Thursday night basketball group. If he would miss a Thursday night, I would poke fun at him from time to time, but I knew it was because he was completely devoted to being a great Dad and husband by spending as much time with his family as he could.

My wife and I had twin girls around the same time Jerred and Nicole had Emma, so Jerred and I would often compare notes on the pleasures and challenges of raising baby girls. I was always impressed with how adorable and smart his girls were ….Jerred was always so proud of his family!

Jerred was a great UPS partner and friend who will be dearly missed. We pray that we can take some comfort in knowing that his life and spirit will live on through the legacy he has left behind and in his beautiful little girls.

Mike Keller
UPS

Denise Pavlak

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Yolanda Magee

I want to send my condolences to Pam, Nicole and Jerred’s entire family. I am so sorry for your loss and want you to know that Jerred’s UPS family feels a tremendous loss as well with his passing.
When I took over as the Director of Sales a couple years ago, Jerred was one of the first people to welcome me to Milwaukee. His smile was infectious and his work ethic and pride in UPS was apparent in our very first conversation. I saw immediately why everyone on the team and throughout UPS spoke so highly of Jerred and his leadership. He was a team player, a mentor, a witty and intelligent sales professional who everyone loved to be around. He was well liked and well respected by his peers, by leadership and by his customers.
One of my fondest memories of Jerred was when he and I travelled down to Phoenix this past February for a customer supplier conference. It was about 78 degrees the day we flew in and all he could talk about was how he wished Nicole and the girls could be there to enjoy the weather! He talked about how much Nicole loved the sun and warm weather and about how much he missed all his girls. He felt so guilty that he got to get 8 hours of consecutive sleep and I remember telling him to enjoy it, so he could relieve Nicole with baby Scarlett when he got home. It was amazing to see the love he had for his family.
It was a pleasure getting to know Jerred over these last couple years and I still cannot believe he’s gone. He was so full of life when I saw him just a few short weeks ago and that is how I will remember him; full of energy with a contagious spirit and a zest for life.
I will keep you all in my thoughts in prayers. RIP Jerred.
All the best,
Yolanda Magee

Steve Daily

Jerred was one of the best, personally and professionally, he was one that you could always count on and get a positive perspective at work or with life in general. He will be missed by all and his day to day contribution touched many. My thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family.

Steve Daily

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