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Sgt Jeremy Edward DePottey
Birth: Sep. 20, 1979, USA
Death: Sep. 11, 2006, Afghanistan

Jeremy E. DePottey of Ironwood, Michigan was a son of Gerald DePottey and Mary Burlingame. He resided in McMillan for eight years and was formerly employed at Fosters Hardware in Newberry. He briefly resided in Bessemer before enlisting in the United States Army on April 1, 2002. Survivors include his wife, Jacqueline, whom he married Feb. 18, 2006; children, Jeremy and Cierra; stepson, Dylan Watkins; mother and stepfather, Mary Burlingame and Duane Jordan; brother, Joshua Burlingame and fiancee, Tiffany Hasty; stepbrother, Duane Jordan Jr. and fiancee, Nola Guenther; grandparents, Geraldine Ewalt, Emma Pnacek, Claudia Derry, and Howard Collins. He was preceded in death by his father, Gerald, and grandfather, John Burlingame. Jeremy died at age 26 near Asadabad, Afghanistan, while on patrol supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.

Army
1st Battalion
32nd Infantry Regiment
3rd Brigade Combat Team
10th Mountain Division
Fort Drum, New York 
 
Burial:
Sandtown Cemetery
Curtis
Mackinac County
Michigan, USA
 
Created by: Elizabeth Reed
Record added: Sep 14, 2006
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