Kerr Lamar Gans was born in Chester PA on February 26, 1974 to Elizabeth "Betty" Gans and Charles Gans Sr.. He was raised in Darby PA and educated in the William Penn School District graduating from Penn Wood High School in 1993. He continued his education at ITT Tech obtaining an Associates Degree in Computer Graphics. He loved and was talented at drawing. He recently completed his real estate program receiving a certificate from Omega Real Estate. Kerr held many job positions throughout his life. He worked as a car guard for AT Systems (Guarda) and Brinks Security. Throughout his life he did mostly warehouse work, the earliest being The Franklin Mint where he met the love of his life Adina Fryson in 1995. On June 16, 2001 they married and in that union was blessed with daughter Anaya Gans. He was a very good and proud father, always engaging in her every moment. Kerr loved people especially his family.He liked to make those around him laugh. His hearty laugh and jokes will truly be missed. All jokes aside, one of the most important decisions he made in his life was accepting Jesus as his Savior and was baptized in early 2003, always giving thanks and acknowledging him as the one who healed him of cancer twice in 2006 and in 2011. Now be comforted in knowing that he is in the presence of the most high with Shalom peace.
"Nothing missing, nothing broken."
Kerr was predeceased by his mother Elizabeth Gans, father Charles Gans Sr., brother Charles Gans Jr., paternal grandparents Henry and Thelma Gans, maternal grandparents Irving and Christine Smith, niece Shantel Fryson, and dear friend Derrick Lee. He leaves to cherish his memories wife Adina Gans, daughter Anaya Gans, Aunts Nancy Smith, Norma Northington and Claire Norman. Cousins like sisters Shelly Phillips, Stephanie and Heather Smith, and Robin Christie, cousin like brother Vince Northington, and dear friend Raymond "Muff" Davenport, and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, in-laws (Frysons) and many friends.
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