Solange Marques

I may not have met you personally yet it seems I knew you eternally through my friend’s eyes. As a father figure with so much wisdom. Someone who gave and lived his life to the fullest. I know what’s like living with cancer! You were blessed to have enjoyed 89 years young surrounded with loved ones! Rest in paradise 🙏🏻

David Brodsky

Gerry, I miss you and your love of life. I miss you as my bridge partner and when you came one day on your Indian Motorcycle only to have the it fail to start. I miss discussing with you the ways that we can help the world. You were a great and caring friend. I will think of you forever.
With Love,
David Brodsky

Nazzareno Divito Jr

My condolences to the Schuster family. Although I have not been in contact with Jerry in many years I would see his name at the Brigham and Womens hospital. Jerry 's family had a summer home next to where I lived on Newport Rd in Hull. As a child I remember playing monopoly with him. Later I purchased my then fiance a diamond ring at the Jewler's Building through Herby and his father. His cousins the Alcorns also had a summer house nearby . I also knew his granmother Mrs Weinbaum. Again my condolenses to the Schuster family.

Nazzareno Divito Jr

Nancy Brinker

Dear Elaine and family,

Jerry was such an energetic, charming and kind man. I know you are grieving and want to send all prayers and condolences to you. He was I’m sure very proud of your family and he will be greatly missed.
With blessings for the sadness to lift and the joy of his life to fill that space.
Love, Nancy Brinker

Ana Maria and Wales Narciso

To Mrs Schuster and Family.
I am so very sorry for your loss. I was fortunate to know Mr Schuster for little over 13 years.
My Husband Wales and I spent a lot of time with Mr and Mrs Schuster.
He was always very kind, caring,funny and generous to both me and Wales.
Good memory was to see him walk barefoot, and was always happily whistling to let us know he was came.
Mr Schuster you may be gone from our sight....but you are never gone from our heart.
We loved you very much and going to miss you tooooo muchhhhh.
But I know that you are in God Hands.
Resting in Peace. God Bless
Love Ana maria and Wales Narciso

Peter Munkenbeck

Gerry, Ben Polishook and Continental Wingate were pillars of the early affordable housing movement and we owe a great deal to them for starting our industry off on the right foot. My sincere condolences to Mark and his family. Be comforted in the knowledge that he has made so much possible for so many residents in need and has contributed so heavily to the creation of a professional and successful industry for so many years.

Darlene and Jon Engellenner

We wanted to offer our condolences to the Schuster family. Our son and daughter in law Todd and Melissa Boudreau spoke of Jerry and Elaine often about how they felt about supporting their believes and making a difference in the world. I love their son Scott and Heidi and those beautiful grandchildren he helped create. That family says it all in what kind of person he was on this earth. Such a sad day.

Todd Boudreau

It was an absolute honor and a privilege to have known Jerry both personally and professionally for the last 23+ years. Personally, he was a role model both as a friend and extended family member. I was blessed to witness first-hand the deep and meaningful relationship that he shared with Elaine and his entire family. Professionally, he was the "go-to" for intelligent, thoughtful, and intuitive insights to any issue and always made time to share his vast wisdom as the cornerstone to both the philanthropic and business community. Jerry will be greatly missed and is simply irreplaceable.

Patricia Murphy

I had the privilege to work for Jerry for 11 years as his admin asst. When I think of him I see a brilliant, successful businessman who was always looking forward but he was so much more. Jerry loved to laugh, he was a strong family man, generous to those in need and willing to listen and help and try new things (motorcycle!). When I think of Jerry I smile. You will be sorely missed extraordinary man.