Kerry D. Inman obituary photo
 
In Memory of

Kerry D. Inman

November 28, 1949 - July 26, 2016

Obituary


Kerry D. Inman was born in Cape Girardeau Missouri to Jerry and Marion Inman. He is survived by one brother Terry and his wife Michele and their children Trevor and Gerrin. He is also survived by an adult nephew Loran. He is survived by daughter Amy and her husband Wade and their children Carter, Tyler and Avery along with his chosen son Robert and his wife Connie and son Scott. His wife Patricia survives after a 25 year relationship. He was predeceased by his parents and sister.
Kerry served in the Marines in Viet Nam...

Kerry D. Inman was born in Cape Girardeau Missouri to Jerry and Marion Inman. He is survived by one brother Terry and his wife Michele and their children Trevor and Gerrin. He is also survived by an adult nephew Loran. He is survived by daughter Amy and her husband Wade and their children Carter, Tyler and Avery along with his chosen son Robert and his wife Connie and son Scott. His wife Patricia survives after a 25 year relationship. He was predeceased by his parents and sister.
Kerry served in the Marines in Viet Nam as a member of the elite 1968 1034 Honor Platoon and achieved many personal awards as well. His Medals, Ribbons and Badges include: The Bronze Star Medal; two Purple Heart Medals with one star; The Viet Nam Presidential Unit Citation Medal; The Viet Nam Service Combat Medal (action); The Good Conduct Medal; The Viet Nam Campaign Medal with device; The Viet Nam Service Medal with one star; The National Defense Service Medal; The Leatherneck Rifle Medal (MCRD Match; Rifle Expert Medal (M14); Rifle Expert Medal (M16); Pistol Expert Medal (.45 caliber) and The First Marine Division Emblem and Patch.
Kerry excelled in all he did and completed his All But Dissertation Phd. with honors. His skills included Agriculture excellence and his Master Mechanic certification. Cars were his passion and the Corvette he customized was especially valued. He also enjoyed sharing his interest in guns and the outdoors. Perhaps his sense of Patriotism outshone everything else, however.