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Jared Dreyer

Nampa, Idaho

Sep 10, 1976 – Oct 29, 2017

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Jared Michael DreyerJared Michael Dreyer, 41, of Middleton passed away Sunday, October 29, 2017. He was born September 10, 1976 to Rob and Peggy Dreyer in Nampa, Idaho. He attended Middleton Schools and graduated from Middleton High School where he participated in many sports including...

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Jared was my neighbor for several years and I often saw him working in Ridleys after he moved away. We'd stopped and say hi and talk a bit. It was a shock to find out he passed away only a couple weeks ago. I know it's hard to loose friends and family of which I've lost count. I have no magical words to ease your pain, the only thing I can say is try to live life to the fullest for those who are no longer with us and be there for each other. Eventually it gets easier. I send all my Love to...

rest in peace you will b missed dearly



love hugs n prayers to the family may your hearts heal with love

May your soul Rest In Peace Jared

Our deepest sympathy to all the Dreyer family. May you find peace in God's love.

My heart breaks for the family during this loss. Even if you do not know me Rob was my cousin and I know how everyone's lives were affected by his loss. I'm sorry we did not stay connected but I do try to hear how you all are. I wanted you to know that I lift you all up in prayer and my thoughts are with you. Please cherish the memories and know you have an extended family that is here for you. Love always

May you be at peace...you will forever be missed and forever be in our hearts. I love you big brother.

My love to all of Jared's family. RIP my friend and May God hold you in His loving arms. Praying you may all find God's peace and cherish all the wonderful memories. Laurel

Peggy, our hearts break for you and your family and the loss of your beloved Jared. You are in our prayers. Max and Shirley Schmitz

My sincere condolences to the family for the loss of your loved one. May prayers strengthen you and memories comfort you, and may our Lord Jesus Christ and God our Father, who loves us, comfort your hearts and "make you firm". (2 Thessalonians 2:16, 17)