About Vermont

Vermont, located in the New England region of the northeastern U.S., is the nation’s number one producer of maple syrup, the second least populous of all 50 states, and the first American territory to partially abolish slavery. Its economy is dominated by government, real estate, manufacturing, healthcare, and retail, and its tourism sector is well known for skiing and winter sports attractions, including Burke Mountain, Jay Peak, and Killington Ski Resort. Famous people from Vermont have included U.S. Presidents Chester A. Arthur and Calvin Coolidge, farm equipment inventor John Deere, author Pearl Buck, and actor Damon Wayans Jr.


In 2016, there were 5,454 obituaries reported in the state of Vermont on Legacy.com. This is a 10% decrease from 2015 when 6,055 obituaries were reported in Vermont. You can browse through the full list of Vermont obituaries to find life stories that may be of interest to you.