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Jeremy Paul Emmonds, 41, of Westfield, was called home to be with the Lord and has gone to his final resting place in Heaven.
Jeremy is survived by his wife, Amie Emmonds of Chicopee, his two sons, Gavin and Owen Emmonds and their mother, Jessica Emmonds of Williamsburg. He also leaves behind his stepsons, Riley, Evan and Nolan Aronson of Chicopee. He also leaves behind his beloved parents, Dave and Lori Emmonds of Westfield; his sisters Heather Wyman of Westfield and Lisa Morse of Southwick; his brother Brad Emmonds and his wife, Mary Ann of Russell, as well as dearly loved nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends.
Jeremy was born and raised in his beloved hometown of Southwick. He was a 1999 graduate of Southwick Tolland Regional High School. Jeremy graduated from the Hallmark Institute of Photography in 2000. He was a gifted photographer. Jeremy was most recently employed by Sun Run Solar company.
Jeremy was a loving and devoted father who cherished every moment spent with his two boys. Jeremy also loved his stepsons as his own. He had a big caring heart and he always smiled with his eyes. A devoted follower of Jesus Christ, Jeremy exemplified the love of God in how much he loved and cared for the people around him. He enjoyed the simple things in life like a beautiful sunset, country settings, the laughter of children playing and scents. He liked to smell everything. More importantly he enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, especially outdoors. Nature brought much joy to his life. He loved taking long rides on his motorcycle and working in his workshop, especially with his sons. He will be dearly missed by all of those who knew and loved him.
Friends and family are invited for a period of visitation on Wednesday September 28, 2022, from 3:00pm to 6:00pm at the Southwick Forastiere Funeral & Cremation located at 624 College Highway Southwick, MA, following a funeral service at 6pm. In Lieu of flowers donation may be made to Springfield Rescue Mission, 10 Mill St Springfield, MA 01108 or www.springfieldrescuemission.org.