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Jeffrey Hartwig Conrad Dugon

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Dugon, Jeffrey Hartwig Conrad

6/9/86 - 8/5/14 Far too young and so full of life it is hard to believe he could be taken from us. Perhaps his purpose in life was to affect the lives of others and to make us all value each precious moment we have together even more. Larger than life, forever with a smile and a ray of light in any room he entered are the words we have been hearing and already knew. Our dear Jeffrey of Windsor, NY leaves his father, Thomas Dugon and his partner Aly Roberts of Deposit; his "ma", Alexis Pleus and her partner Mitchell Sosnicki of Windsor. Jeffrey always said brothers are the most important people in life and his brothers: Thomas Dugon, III (31), Jason Dugon (21) and Jonathon Dugon (18) will love and miss him forever. Jeff was always the glue. He is survived also by his dear maternal grandmother, Sherry Pleus, maternal great-grandmother, Shirley Geiwald and paternal grandmother, Marilyn Dugon. He leaves behind his paternal family, the Korkes, many aunts, uncles, cousins, his closest friend Chasen Brown and so many dear friends that we could fill this page if we attempted to list. If you knew Jeff, you knew, he could always make you laugh, he loved his family, he had an enormous heart, he was emotional and sentimental, he was an artist, a writer, he was talented beyond words when it came to preparing food, there was not a task or new experience he would not take on with enthusiasm and vigor, a wrestler and football player who rallied his teams in high school and college, he was adventurous, outgoing, he loved to tease people, he loved kids, the outdoors and traveling, he truly tried to make the best of everything and was about as charismatic as a person could be. We are hearing from complete strangers how Jeff had helped them through times of trouble and on their paths to overcoming addiction and we are so grateful knowing his caring nature extended further than we even realized. In 2013 Jeff took comfort in and gained strength from having Jesus as his savior and we know he is now in heaven orchestrating fantastic feasts and spending time with his infant son who passed before him. Our chef, our son, our brother, our grandson, our story teller, our friend, our lover of life, we will miss you forever. The family will receive visitors at the West Windsor Baptist Church at 166 North Road in West Windsor from 6-8pm on Saturday August 9, 2014 and again on Sunday August 10, 2014 from 2-3pm. A service to remember Jeff will occur at 3pm at the same location. Following the service, all are welcome to attend a celebration of Jeffrey's life at the home he grew up in at 2005 Rte. 79, Windsor, NY where a picnic will be offered, ashes will be scattered, a remembrance box will be buried and a tree will be planted all in his honor. Flowers, food or donations made in his honor are all acceptable means to express your sorrow or to offer comfort, though nothing more than your love is required.

Published in Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin from Aug. 8 to Aug. 10, 2014
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