Jeremy Hunter Jackson, high school graduate and beloved Sussex County musician, died suddenly at his home on November 10. He was 18 years old.
Born in Pequannock, Jackson grew up in Sussex and graduated from High Point Regional High School in Wantage in June. obituary said.
An artistic soul, Jackson was a percussionist and loved all types of music, often composing his own, his memorial says.
Jackson also loved to draw and write stories and poetry.
In his spare time, Jackson enjoyed video games and was a loyal member of the school’s video game club, his obituary says.
Jackson is survived by his loving parents Robert T. Jackson and Claudine G. Corcho; her sister, Brianna Jackson; his brother, Joseph Jackson; his maternal grandmother, Annis Corcho; his paternal grandparents, Robert and Diane Jackson, as well as many extended family members and close friends.
A GoFundMe who raised nearly $ 5,000 for funeral expenses, described Jackson as a “genuine, sincere, brilliant, brilliant, hilarious and honest” teenager who “consistently watched and announced the good of the people.”
“Jeremy’s sense of humor was amazing and his laughter could make everyone laugh too,” said the fundraiser. “His laughter came from his soul, as did his love for his friends. “
Jackson’s funeral was held Nov. 28 at the Pinkel Funeral Home on Bank Street in Sussex.
“[Jeremy] had strong morals and thoughts about how people should treat each other nicely and that negativity has no place in humanity, ”the fundraiser said.
“… Jeremy, indeed, was dearly loved by all of us. “
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