Obituary of Jeremy Adam Dewey
Jeremy Adam Dewey, 35, of Bay City, our loving and caring father, son, brother, uncle, and friend passed away with his dog unexpectedly in a truck accident on October 12, 2018. Jeremy was born in Bay City on March 4, 1983, the son of Edward Adam Dewey and Sandra Marie Miller. Jeremy was a wonderful son and his Dad’s right-hand man. His dad taught and gave him the skills to be a roofer and a mechanic, which he used throughout his life. He lost his dad unfortunately in 2006. His mother raised him in the Salvation Army and he learned a lot about the Lord and service to others. Jeremy grew up without many material things but was very rich in spirit and had a heart of gold, like his dad. He was the spitting image inside and out of his dad. Jeremy loved fast- fast cars, fast trucks, fast bikes – whatever had speed, had his attention. He went through a lot of bikes and skate boards growing up. Jeremy was fun to be around and as strong as an ox. He loved to lift weights and flex those muscles – they were quite impressive. We will always miss Jeremy and love him forever. Jeremy leaves to cherish his memory, his loving daughter, Breanna Marie Dewey, who he loved unconditionally. Along with his mother, Sandra Miller and sisters, Vanessa Rose and Rebecca Lynn, who will miss him forever. He was the most awesome Uncle to Brian Michael Joseph, Damari John Adam, and Sandra Marie. He also leaves his confidant and friend, Duane. Jeremy has many cousins that love him, especially, Monique Ambrea, and her mother, Aunt Angela Kay. His grandparents, Robert and Jane Miller also survive, along with uncles, Brian Miller, Rick Miller, and Ellis Dewey. We will always love and miss you Jeremy, until we meet again. Jeremy’s Memorial Ceremony will take place on Thursday, October 18, 2018, at 2:00 PM at The Salvation Army, 401 10th St., Bay City. Final arrangements have been entrusted to Skorupski Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 955 N. Pine Rd., Hampton Twp. Memorial contributions may be directed to the family. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family online at www.skorupskis.com.