Boswell Jerry Death – Obituary: Boswell Jerry 84, left this world, stage right, on February 3, 2022. He was born September 24, 1937, in Springfield Ohio, to parents Esther (Wamer) Boswell and Orville J. Boswell. Jerry graduated from Springfield High School and served in the United States Army. He retired from Macy’s Inc. starting his career at
Wren’s Department Store as
Director of Sales/PR and Visual Marketing winning awards for his window displays. Jerry was all about Community Theater. He was a writer, actor, director, choreographer, set designer and even created costumes with the love of his life, Jerri Sue (Ackerman). Two of his many roles was playing “Cohan” in George M. and the devil “Applegate” in Damn Yankees. Jerry was one of the originators of The Potluck Players who performed at the Springfield Civic Theater and other venues for decades. He and The Potluck Players continued the Santa Breakfasts that Wren’s started, for over 16 years performing the play ‘Twas. In 1995 Jerry received the Springfield Civic Theater Award for distinguished contributions. Jerry was also part of the performing troupe the Sprylighters who were known for The Sweetheart Show, among other performances in Yellow Springs and the South Charleston Opera House.
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