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July 4, 1991 - September 23, 2021

A memorial gathering to celebrate and honor his life will be held on Saturday, October 2, 2021, at the Comstock Middle School Cafeteria, 3100 N. 26th St., Comstock, MI 49048, from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. Memorial contributions may be made to Kalamazoo County Animal Services, 1316 Lamont Ave. Kalamazoo, MI 49048.

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Hey Kiddo, just thinking about you. You know we all still miss you all the time, right? That never stopped. I'm sorry if you had a hard time here. I hope you really know how much we all love you, always have, and always will. I hope you and Grandpa are going on some crazy fun adventures. You did well. I wish we could have done more. Love, Aunt Sara

Posted by Aunt Sara on March 6, 2022

Love you bro , won't be the same without you

Posted by CrazyXVirus on November 25, 2021

Jeremy, I remember the first time I met you, you were chilling at a friend’s place. I came over and that’s how we met! I was a little bit intimidated by you, but as we got to know each other more, I could tell you were a great guy! You were very real to me! You were willing to learn American Sign Language to communicate with me. I’m happy I got to teach you! I’ll never forget the great times playing video games, watching movies, playing board or card games. It was never, once, a dull moment with you. Everytime we hung out it was always great! I remember coming over to your mom’s place and we’d chill in the garage playing Rainbow Six Siege, Rocket League, Tekken, Call of Duty, NHL, Idarb, Halo, etc. You were an awesome game buddy! I remember our talks about life and work. I always enjoyed our deep talks and laughs! You always thought outside the box and got me thinking more about things that I never have before. I remember the day when you needed help and I was there for you. After that you called me as your family, a brother even though we weren’t related. I will always remember that! I’m honored to have known you! I will cherish all the memories we had and will always honor you everyday! Love ya bro! Til one day we shall meet again!

Posted by Chris Mohney on October 6, 2021

Dear Sue, We are so sorry, sending hugs and prayers to you and your family.

Posted by Gay Lou & W. Jay Brown on October 3, 2021

Jeremy, I didn’t see you often but you are in my heart.

Posted by Nancy Nichols on October 2, 2021

I had only known Jeremy for a short time but I liked him a lot. He was funny, kind and generous. I wish I was able to work a shift with him, would have been fun!!! Goodbye sweet man, you will be missed.

Posted by Susan Preston from. 7 Eleven on October 2, 2021

Jeremy - Your guest book is toooo empty. So I will be the first to say something. I became Aunt Sara the day you were born. I remember when your mom first brought you over. I was tie-dying shirts in the basement and your mom called down the stairs: "Jeremy Scott is here." I remember walking across the football field in high school to come over and babysit you. I remember your mom bringing you to me in high school, how your face lit up with a smile and you reached for me. I remember the sound of you laughing, as an infant, as a toddler, as a child, as a teenager, and a young man. I remember the sound of you crying. I remember telling you a bedtime story, and telling you how much I loved you. You were 4 or 5. You looked at me very seriously and said, "I have always loved you." I remember going to your games, watching you play. I remember you reaching to take my hand. I remember taking you and your brother places, like the movies, the park, to places I worked. I remember your high school graduation, how grown up you looked. I remember so much more. I remember when you became "Uncle Jeremy." I can hear your voice saying, "Hey Aunt Sara." I can hear your voice saying, "Love you too." I can hear your voice saying, "Don't worry." I was always glad to see you. I am always proud to be your aunt. That will never change. I love you!

Posted by Sara Dallmayr on September 28, 2021

Karen and Tommy, I am speechless and in shock. He was such a great guy. I have so many fond memories of him growing up. Our condolences to the whole family. From, Beth Heinrich and Will Kowalski

Posted by Beth Heinrich on September 28, 2021