Jeffrey A. Sargent
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Loving Husband and Father


Jeffrey "Jeff" Sargent, 57, of Westminster MA, died unexpectedly from a massive heart attack on July 15. He was born in Lowell, MA but grew up in Morrisville, VT; he was the son of the late Leigh Sargent and late Norma Walkonen.

Jeff leaves behind his devoted wife of over 25 years, Susan (Palmieri) Sargent, three loving sons, Samuel, Jacob, Joshua, step-father Edward Walkonen, step-sister Jodi Petrosus and her husband Michael, step-brother John Walkonen, and in-laws Venerina and Rocco Palmieri, brothers-in-law, Anthony Palmieri and his wife Lori, Daniel Palmieri and his wife Megan. Jeff was an Airforce Veteran and graduated from Fitchburg State with a BS. He worked as a C.O. at MCI Shirley for 26 years, until his retirement.


Funeral arrangements will be held privately.

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Published in Sentinel & Enterprise on Jul. 23, 2020.
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August 2, 2020
So sorry to hear of the passing of such a great guy. Forever he will hit them straight and it was an honor to have known and worked with him.
Brian Flathers
July 23, 2020
We are so sorry for your loss. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers.
Sandra, Rachel, David, Samuel Quaye
July 23, 2020
Jeff was a great man, I always saw him on Sunday's in Market Basket. He will be missed by all that knew him.
Kevin Liddy
July 23, 2020
Sorry to hear about Jeff, he was a wonderful man. The world will be a lesser place without him. Bless you and your family.
Doug and Cathy Whitney
July 23, 2020
We are so sorry for your loss

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