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To Alison, family and friends:
I cannot express the shock and sadness that I felt, when I opened up the paper today; to see Jeremy's name listed there! He was always so vibrant and always so full of life! I just cannot process this right now! I want you to know that my thoughts and prayers are with all of you, during this unimaginable time of incredible loss! Jeremy was such a bright light in this world, and I just cannot comprehend that he is no longer with us! It just doesn't seem real!
Jeremy and I started with NYS Dept. of State on the same day, back on 7/12/07; in the Licensing Services Division! Both being lovers of music and fellow musicians, Jeremy and I hit it off immediately! He was always very witty and we used to walk the Plaza often, on our lunch & breaks; talking about life and a whole range of other topics! His insight and understanding carried so much wisdom, for a man in his early 20's! I was always in awe of his mature perspective and thoughts and I always had the utmost respect for him! We were good friends back then and I enjoyed every single day, that I was lucky enough to have spent in his presence!
It was a sad day for me, when Jeremy told me that he had decided to leave state service, but he left to pursue a business dream that he was passionate about, so I wished him the best and from there, sadly; we lost touch! I had often thought of him over the years, but no longer had his phone number; so time slipped away as it often does!
He was incredibly smart and funny, and always made me laugh! More importantly, however, his kind heart and sound advice; helped get me through a particularly difficult time in my life! He had a unique way of presenting things to me, and I always listened intently to everything he said!
I will never forget him, just as no one who ever met him; could possibly do! It breaks my heart to know that he is gone, but I know that the love and memories that he gave to all of us while he was here; will live on always!
Rest in Peace, my friend and I will see you again!
~ Robert Hutchinson - February 13, 2020
Words betray me. I cannot imagine the depth of your loss for someone so kind, funny and loving at the prime of his life. Jeremy brought joy to everyone who ever met him as he was truly one of a kind. Always quick with a kind word or a wry joke, he lit up any room he was in. It really doesn't seem possible. My deepest condolences to Alison and Julian and all his family and friends. The greater the love, the greater the heartbreak, but cherish the memories and the lesson he taught us, to be better people.
Ralph Waldo Emerson said; " It is not the length of life, but the depth" Jeremy led a deep life. Deep, cool and sweet as a sacred spring. We were lucky who drank from those waters.
Do the best you can do, Carpe Diem and remember we will all meet again.
Peace, love and prayers to you all.
~ Dwight Anderson - February 12, 2020
A true gentleman and cool guy. I will keep memories of talking beer and musical equipment with Jeremy at the Brew Crew. He would always make time for a chat. Our hearts and prayers go out to Alison, Julian and the whole family, from my wife Mary and I. Forever missed.
~ Len Fudge - February 12, 2020
I never had the privilege of meeting him and his wife and son.however I do know his sister jessica.and just from hearing all about you and your accomplishments she was always so proud of you. This world will not be the same without you in it. May you fly high in heaven. My deepest condolences for your family.my daughter Audry fink was your sisters best friend. And she always said how nice you were. R.i.p.
~ Margaret Shaffer - February 11, 2020
Well this is terrible news to hear. I am a customer at Westmere B. Jeremy was a joy he always had wonderful suggestions and really cared about the business and customers. Friendly, funny and kind I am shocked and very saddened. Sending love to the other friends and family.
~ Suzanna Hunter - February 11, 2020
Always very kind & helpful at Brew Crew!
Only the good die young!
~ Timothy Mailloux - February 11, 2020
Alison, I have no words. I have been thinking of you all day. I am so very sorry for your loss. I hope you believe in Heaven and believe Jeremy was welcomed home by Marion, Ernie, Marty, etc. If you need anything please do not hesitate to reach out to me. I will keep you all in my prayers.
~ Sheri Fischer - February 11, 2020
My heart breaks for you and your family. I can not begin to fathom how devastating this must be. Jeremy truly was one the most sincere, the most open-minded, and the most kindhearted people that I have ever met. A true friend no matter how long it had been. Something like 22 years ago we met in 8th grade music class and bonded over a 'new show' called South Park, JNCO Jeans, Marilyn Manson and have been friends since. Jeremy introduced me to so many bands, taught me how to properly do bicep curls at the gym at UAlbany, always made everyone laugh, and had a unique way of looking at things. We haven't hung out in I don't know how long (too long) but Jeremy has always made it a point to text and check-in about how fatherhood was going and share his stories of how wonderful being a Father was to him. He was a really wonderful human being and I'll miss him, as will anyone who knew him I'm sure. Thoughts and prayers for his family, and if you all need anything please don't hesitate to reach out.
~ Justin Heinbuch - February 11, 2020
Jeremy was always a welcome addition to our union gatherings. His quick wit and intellect made him easy and enjoyable to talk to. His desire to share his knowledge was infectious, drawing me in to any conversation we had. I wish I had the opportunity to get to know him better.
~ Rob West - February 11, 2020
Very sad to hear this. I always enjoyed stopping in to say high when I was at the beverage center. He was too young to go.
~ Chris Albright - February 11, 2020
Jeremy was always so awesome to talk to at the beverage center. I only knew him from there but everytime I talked to him we talked like we had been friends for years. I'm very sorry for your loss. He was an awesome person
~ Daniel Kindlon - February 11, 2020
Dear Alison, Julian, and Family,
I am so incredibly sorry to hear of this sudden loss. I only met Jeremy two times at Art Shows when he came with Julian to support Alison. He was incredibly kind and sweet. Alison always spoke so high of him. I can not imagine the heartbreak and sorrow you're feeling right now. Words are very hard to find for this, but I want you to know I'm here for you Alison, if there is anything I can do. The Art Department at EG as a whole, is here for you as well.
My deepest condolences go out to all of Jeremy's family and friends,
~ Valerie Gordon - February 11, 2020
Always enjoyed my stops at Westmere beverage. Jeremy would always take care of me, and was always great to talk shop and talk about beer. He will be deeply missed, but never forgotten.
~ Derek Miller - February 11, 2020
Jeremy was one of the best people I ever met. He was a pleasure to deal with when it came to business but he shined with the personal stuff. He knew my wife's name and even the names of my dogs. I counted him as a real friend. This breaks my heart.
~ Steve Southwell - February 10, 2020
I am very saddens to hear how f this sad news. I want to send my deepest sympathies to Jeremy's family. He was a good man and always had a smile on his face. He and I would always have great conversations about family, the beer business and his love of music. Fly high brother, God Bless.
~ Matthew Robbins - February 10, 2020
My deepest sympathy goes out to Jeremy’s friends, loved ones and those that worked side by side with him everyday.
Jeremy was always such a nice person to have a conversation with and I have always enjoyed my interaction with him.
He will be deeply missed.
~ Jason Johnson - February 10, 2020
To Alison and the Hosier family I am deeply saddened to read this about Jeremy. He was a great guy, and I especially enjoyed working with him all those years ago at PC. I will keep you all in my prayers and hope that Jeremy is resting peacefully. A great person Gone way to soon.
~ Brian Shields - February 10, 2020
I first met Jeremy when I was still living on Long Island and coming up to visit. We hit it off right away with our shared love of craft beer and both being guitar players. I used to fix guitars for him all the time. I also got him the Steadfast Brewing contract up at the Northway Brewing Co. when I was running the taproom there. He was a great man with such a great sense of humor and so laid back and easy going. You will be sorely missed my friend.
Shane Blaze Egan
~ Shane Egan - February 10, 2020
I didn't know Jeremy personally, but I frequented Westmere Beverage and appreciated the hardwork and dedication he put into making that store such a great resource for fellow beer enthusiasts. My heart hurts for his family and his young son. Thinking of all his friends and family affected by his passing, and wishing you strength and solace during this difficult time.
~ Matt S. - February 10, 2020
I miss you...
~ D R - February 10, 2020
Dear Alison and sweet Julian,
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your husband Jeremy and Julian's daddy. I am sending you heartfelt prayers and blessings as you embark on remembering Jeremy and celebrating his life. Please know that you have my support and love as you go through this difficult time. Love, Denise
~ Denise Boniface - February 10, 2020
I am still in shock and trying to process this tremendous loss. Alison, I am so sorry for your loss. Jeremy was a special individual and special friend who loved his family so very much. We had many fun conversations, always centered around you and his pride, Julian. He was also a very successful businessman and was always doing that extra something to please. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I will miss my friend dearly.
~ John Capobianco - February 10, 2020
I am so saddened by the loss of this wonderful young man, and my hugs and thoughts go to his family and friends. Alison, we love you and will be here for you to lean on.
~ Ruth Van Alstyne - February 10, 2020
I can't even begin to imagine your loss. Tony and I extend our deepest sympathies. May God bless you, your son and your extended family.
~ DEBREEN OLIVA - February 10, 2020
Jeremy I only got to meet you in person one time. I enjoyed your infectious laugh and smile and your sense of humor. I felt like I've known you a lifetime through your sister Jessica, she always talks about you and Allison and Julian. I only wish I had that type of relationship with my little brother. You were so very loved and already so very missed. From what I've learned of you; I believe you are keeping watch looking down over your family. I wish you had been here longer, I looked forward to getting to know you better.
~ Brenda Sadowski - February 10, 2020
Bella and I both send our heartfelt sympathy to you, Julian and the rest of your family. Although we only met Jeremy once, at the art show, we saw a loving, supportive man who was there for his family. Peace to you and know your school family loves you.
~ Melissa Dupont - February 10, 2020
I’m so sorry for your loss Alison. I loved Jeremy very much. I will always have a special place in my heart for you guys. It feels like yesterday when you and Jeremy came in to talk about us catering your wedding. I was so impressed with the way you guys conducted yourself. I knew you guys where special ??
I called on Jeremy to help me with my beer menu and of course he was more than willing to help. He was always there for me and I will miss him deeply. ??
Love and respect
~ John Randazzo - February 9, 2020
~ John Randazzo
I am so very sorry, and pray that time and memories help ease your grief. May Jeremy’s memory be a blessing and may he Rest In Peace.
~ Sharon Kolodny - February 9, 2020
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