George Justin Nerby
On January 19th 2022, George Justin Nerby passed away at the age of 32. Survived by his parents Ronald T. Nerby and Ione Schultz-Nerby; brothers Andrew Nerby and Marjorie (Laney) Nerby; sister Nancy (Gordon) Fung
George was an enthusiastic athlete and soccer player, as well as an accomplished martial artist with 3rd Degree Black Belt honors. He enjoyed training and competing on a local, regional, and national level in both sports.
Early Life and Education
Children’s early development is critically important for their physical, emotional and social well-being. Therefore, it is essential that young children receive the appropriate care and education in order to prepare them for adult life.
It is essential to remember that the brain develops rapidly during these early years. When an appropriate environment and strong school-family partnership are in place, children will be set up for success throughout their lives.
George Nerby has had a long and successful career in the Marketing & Advertising industry, holding various positions such as account executive and director of public relations. Thanks to his vast network of contacts, George has been able to achieve great success over time.
He is well-versed in the most current trends and technologies. He regularly attends conferences and seminars, ensuring he stays abreast of emerging developments.
He enjoys spending quality time with family and friends, as well as being an avid outdoorsman. His favorite activities include hiking, fishing, camping and golfing. Furthermore, he takes pleasure in reading – his library contains books about baseball history as well as other topics which he often shares with his wife.
Achievements and Honors
George Nerby was a remarkable man who achieved many things in life. He was an adoring husband, father, son, brother and friend; proud of his abilities in mechanical and electrical engineering as well as IT systems management. His passion for life truly shone through in everything that he did.
He was an enthusiastic golfer and enjoyed the challenge of training and competing at regional and national levels. Additionally, he worked as Head Referee for area high school soccer leagues.
George was also recognized for his accomplishments by both the community and colleagues at ASB. To honor George’s favorite charity, Fishing For Vets, the company recently hosted a fundraiser.
George Nerby was an inspiring individual who always celebrated life with a smile and laughter. He cherished his family and friends, was an accomplished chef, and took great pride in his 3rd degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do – all with great joy!
His favorite charity was Fishing for Vets, a non-profit that provided veterans with fishing opportunities throughout the Midwest. Additionally, he enjoyed training as a Head Referee for area High School Soccer Leagues.
He was born on February 3, 1989 in Fargo, ND and passed away January 19, 2022. Survived by his parents Ronald T. Nerby and Ione Schultz-Nerby; siblings Andrew Nerby and Marjorie (Laney) Nerby; as well as numerous extended family members including nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends;
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