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Jeremy Michel Neville Inkel

North Vancouver, British Columbia

Feb 8, 1983 – Jan 11, 2018


First Memorial Funeral Services and Memorial Gardens Obituary

Jeremy Inkel passed away on January 11, 2018. Funeral Home Services for Jeremy are being provided by First Memorial Funeral Services and Memorial Gardens of North Vancouver, BC.

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Your songs in FLA were one of the most fantastic I ever listened to! Thank you so much.

I remember Jeremy as a kind, sweet and creative young man. I am so sorry for his family and friends' loss.

He had such a full and loving life!! I hope your heart is full of his love

Thanks so much for being there Just, on stage, off stage, back stage, and a few times building stages. That said, we both went through many states, and you were always a guiding light, inspiring and full of love and learning. I've still not fully processed this, nor unlikely will I or anyone else, you were so important to us. From almost right away when I moved to this cold unfriendly city, you were there with a hand out, and as the years (ten now!) Moved on, I found to my great joy, that we...

We meet when we were teenagers and were friends our entire adult life through thick and thin in Vancouver and Toronto. It shatters my heart that I will never hear his distinctive, out of control laugh again or spend another day or night wandering with him. Never have another long talk or ramble about our big dreams. I can't believe he is gone and the only comfort is that so many of us seemed to love him. A huge hole is left in people's hearts and the scenes he shone in. I will never be ok...

I will miss you Jeremy, you were a mensch. It's going to be so weird never seeing you again.
My condolences to the family, I hope the fact that Jeremy was so appreciated by so many gives you at least a little comfort in this time.

How I remember Jeremy. That's me on the far left and Jeremy on the right. This was at a party in 2010.

I'm struggling to comprehend the loss of Jeremy Inkel. I haven't seen him much in the last few years, but there were many years where he was a regular presence in my social life. There were, of course, many parties and gigs and just hanging out starting some time in the early 2000s. For many years, we had a regular Monday night ritual of watching WWE wrestling. A bunch of us would get together at whoever's place was available and get "happy" and laugh at the insanity of grown men...

I was saddened to have heard of Jeremy's unexpected passing. I will always remember Jeremy as the enthusiastic care free kid (aka "The Boy") I met so many years ago. He was an incredibly bright and talented person that I will miss dearly. My condolences to his family.

I'll always remember Jeremy as the bright-eyed, blue haired young kid I met 15 years ago. He was always such a ray of light whenever i ran into him. Condolences to the family.