Mystic Remembrance

Goodbye Dear Brother & Friend.

I love & Miss you

SSG. Jerimiah (Mystic) Lee Marchington, 40, of Gering, passed away Friday, February 11, 2022, at UC Health in Highlands Ranch, CO due to cardiac arrest. Cremation has taken place. His memorial service will be held at 10:30am on Saturday, Feb 19, 2022, at the Mitchell Berean Church with Pastor Jon Simpson officiating. Military Honors will be represented and performed by the Gering American Legion Post #36 where he was a faithful and honored member. Online condolences may be made by viewing his memorial page at Bridgman Funeral Home and Cremation Service in Scottsbluff is entrusted with arrangements.

Jerimiah was born in Sheridan, WY. He was raised there, and in Oklahoma, where he received many high school honor roll honors and lettering in several sports as well as joining the National Guard.

Upon graduating early, he went Active-Duty Army Field Artillery. A year later he decided to pursue an EOD career until being Honorably Discharged. After leaving the Army in 2013 he pursued a career as an over the road truck driver and school bus driver before deciding to return to school for a degree in accounting.

During Jerimiah's time at WNCC, he became a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society as well as student tutor before receiving his bachelor’s degree. Upon graduation he worked for Dana F Cole & Co LLP while working towards his master's degree.

Jerimiah was involved in an unimaginable amount of charity and volunteer work. As well as uncountable acts of selfless generosity to people from every walk of life. He was very active in the Gering American Legion Chapter 36. Holding positions such as treasurer, brother, friend, confidant, and drinking buddy.

As well as blood relatives and military Jerimiah found a third family with his Motorcycle Club, EOD MC enjoying time spent at the club houses, leisure rides, charity rides and the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally’s in SD. Jerimiah enjoyed spending his free time riding his Harleys, making moonshine, and listening to country music as well as spending time with family, friends, EOD MC and his beloved dog Emily.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents Charley and Irene Yelton, Jack and Maryanne Weisz and Louise Parke, uncle Andy Blanton, as well as several aunts, uncles and cousins.

Survived by his parents Randy Parke and Merry Marchington; brothers Kevin, Wayne and Ben Marchington; nieces and nephews Destanie, Andrew, Serinity, Katy May, Atrayu, Thomas and Merry-wind; as well as Carol Blanton, John David, Jessica and June; along with uncountable aunts, uncles and cousins.