DASPIN Jeremy Albert Daspin Jeremy Albert Daspin, 35, was taken by God to a better place on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008. Jeremy lived in Wayne and previously in Los Angeles, Calif., and Denville. He attended Johnson and Wales University, was artistic and musically talented, and was a well-known D.J. in Los Angeles, where he regularly packed the famous Century Club with thousands of fans. He was the producer of Elvis Presleys music CD Louisiana Hayride, and was last employed by CHAMCO AUTO of Parsippany, where he was on the creative electronic advertising and technology staff. He will always be remembered and beloved by his family and friends and his little dog, Baby. He is survived by his parents, Edward Michael and Joan Daspin of Boonton Township; by his sister, Michelle and her husband, Brad Shaffer, and their children, his niece and nephew, Mimi Sophia and Zachary Michael of Ross, Calif.; his uncles, John Nametko of Randolph and Andy Daspin and Doreen of Morris Plains, and Jeffrey Daspin of Montville; also his cousins, Cheryl and Ron Stella of Bedminster, and Mattie and Daria Daspin of Montville, as well as many other uncles, aunts and cousins, both in California and New Jersey. Family and friends are invited to attend funeral services at Temple Bnai Or, Overlook Road, Morristown, on Sunday, Feb. 17, at 10:30 a.m., followed by burial at Beth Israel Cemetery in Cedar Knolls, followed by a buffet dinner at 4 Pineview Lane, Boonton Township.
Published in The Star-Ledger on Feb. 17, 2008.