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W. JEFFREY CAVANAUGH Obituary
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December 14, 2018

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January 10, 2018
I'm very sorry to hear of Jeff's passing.
We were antagonists as kids , often getting into fights that he always won, but later became good friends in high school. He played the sax in a little band we assembled with Smitty on drum, Bob Booth on trumpet, Tony Pagnotti on guitar, his twin brother Louis on accordion and me on trombone. Jeff
Happened by my home in 1963 and rescued by brother , Marvin, from being impaled by his motor cycle brake leaver which had imbedded in his eye while attempting to run it out of our basement. I regret that I never saw him again to thank him for that.
Rest In Peace my friend.
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January 10, 2018
I'm very sorry to hear of Jeff's passing.
We were antagonists as kids , often getting into fights that he always won, but later became good friends in high school. He played the sax in a little band we assembled with Smitty on drum, Bob Booth on trumpet, Tony Pagnotti on guitar, his twin brother Louis on accordion and me on trombone. Jeff
Happened by my home in 1963 and rescued by brother , Marvin, from being impaled by his motor cycle brake leaver which had imbedded in his eye while attempting to run it out of our basement. I regret that I never saw him again to thank him for that.
Rest In Peace my friend.
December 9, 2017
Oh Jeff,
You loved games, you loved the Patriots, you loved life and were loyal to your friends.

You were the 'guard' of 'Tilton CT' and I will pass by your front porch from now on and I will think fondly of you.

You will be missed.
Rest in Peace.

Bonnie
December 9, 2017
Oh Jeff - You loved to play, you loved the Patriots; you loved life and you were loyal to your friends.

We will miss you Jeff.
Rest in Peace.
Bonnie