1985 – 2016

TURNER — Jeromy R. Tanguay, 30, passed away as a result of injury sustained in an auto accident on Friday, Jan. 8.

Jeromy was born on Oct. 6, 1985, the son of Richard Tanguay and Pam Lovering. Jeromy was a lifelong resident of Turner and went through the local school systems. He was a military veteran, having served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps, until being honorably discharged.

Jeromy had many qualities that he was known for, such as being mechanically inclined, a hard worker and a loving father. He enjoyed the outdoors, where he would spend his time fishing during all seasons, hunting and snowmobiling. Jeromy loved working with his several friends in their garage on various projects. These traits were known by many, as he made a lot of friends during his lifetime.

Jeromy was a member of the Sheet Metal Workers Union as a welder but was currently employed by J. Pratt Construction Inc.

Jeromy is survived by his mother, Pam Lovering and husband, Steve, of Greene; his father, Richard Tanguay Jr. of Sabattus; his son, Tanner of Poland; one brother, Peter Voisine and companion, Danielle Friend, of Turner; his two nieces, Lillian and Violet Voisine; his maternal grandparents, Judy and Al Edgecomb of Litchfield; his paternal grandmother, Loretta Hinckley of Sabattus; his maternal great-grandfather, Melvin Tinkham of Wales; his two maternal uncles, Matthew Edgecomb and Craig Edgecomb of Litchfield; his two paternal uncles, Paul of Wales and Robert Tanguay of Monmouth.

Jeromy is predeceased by his maternal great-grandmother, Grace Tinkham of Wales; his paternal grandfather, Richard Tanguay Sr. of Sabattus.

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