|Birth: ||May 11, 1974|
|Death: ||Mar. 25, 2000|
Jeremy Franklin Carver was born on May 11,1974 a preemie,but you definitely couldn't tell that from the time he started walking . Jeremy grew up a happy, hyper, naive and silly guy. Jeremy and David from the time they could walk and talk were inseparable.They grew up collecting baseball cards, playing wiffle ball and torturing me.After graduation Jeremy decided to go into the Air Force so his college would be paid for.He got stationed in Tampa Florida and was sent to Kuwait/Iraq twice during the end of Desert Storm. Jeremy was injured by a semi tractor/trailer and had his arm crushed. He was going in front of the medical review board to be released from the military so he could come home and go off to college and start having babies.Before his medical review he went to Panama City for Spring Break and to see his biological father.On the day Jeremy was to head back to Tampa to get ready for his medical review,
he was found floating at Deepwater Point in The Grand Lagoon at St Andrews State Park. He was a one of a kind, exceptional guy. He is survived by his Mom, Marian,who now lives in Florida and his dad, Bruce of Albany,his aunts' Cheryl, Nancy, Suzie & Katie and uncles Joey & Blaine. He was one of "two peas in a pod", his other half being David C Felver, with whom he grew up closer than brothers, and the girls' Monica, and Jennifer; and more friends than I can possibly list. He has many nieces and nephews and has a namesake, Andrew Jeron to carry his legacy on as he had no children of his own yet. His plans were to have a whole ball team of kids of his own, and he was coming home from the Air Force in April and was enrolling at Ball State University. A lot of his dreams just didn't have time to come true........
I Very much want to say THANK YOU to Find A Grave member"In Loving Memory Of My Beloved Son Gary " for sponsoring Jerm's page.
Marian Louise Snyder Wright (1952 - 2014)
Hartford City Cemetery
Created by: Jakesangel
Record added: Aug 04, 2006
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