Jeremy J. Wilcox

December 20, 1987April 5, 2018

Jeremy Jay Wilcox, died unexpectedly on April 5th, 2018 in Uncasville, Connecticut, at 30-years-old.

Jeremy is survived by his by mother Linda Mcalpine and step-father James, of Oakdale, CT; his sister Leah Mitchell and brother-in-law, Darius and their daughters, Adrianna, Layla and Candace, of Bozrah, CT.; and his grandparents Linda and John Smith, of Montville, CT; as well as many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Jeremy is preceded in death by his loving father Jay Wilcox of Old Saybrook, CT., and his grandparent’s Claude and Eunice Wilcox, of Old Saybrook, CT.

Jeremy was born December 20th, 1987 in Middletown, CT., to Linda Mcalpine and Jay Wilcox. He graduated from Valley Regional High School in 2007. During this time, Jeremy could be found on the football field where he served as a member of Valley’s Varsity Football team.

Jeremy grew up on and around boats, so finding him at the local marina was never a surprise; he always needed to be on or near the water. He also had a “need for speed” so being on the back of a motorcycle and in Laconia for bike week was something he loved. If it wasn’t the marina or motorcycle, Jeremy could be found around a bonfire or surrounded by friends and family; as many know, he was the life of the party. He had an exuberant personality and could change the mood of any environment at the drop of a dime. Above all else, Jeremy always had an ear to listen, a hand to lend, a hug to give, or perhaps, just his shirt to take off. Jeremy’s infectious laugh will leave us all with memories that will last a lifetime.

Please join us in celebration of Jeremy's life which will be held at 2:00pm, on Saturday, April 14, 2018, at the American Legion in Old Saybrook


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, April 14, 2018

Jeremy J. Wilcox

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Bryce Thomas

June 27, 2018

My sincere condolences to all family and friends. He was a very beautiful light in this world. He was always very kind and nice to me.

Brenda Bailey

May 16, 2018

I am so sorry for your lost. One of my great memory is when we were in Laconia and we were cruising around. As it seem to happen every year between Jay and Bruce, one if their bikes would break down. Bruce jumped on Hay bike and Jeremy on my bike. Me being a girl with a boy in back if bike was funny. Jeremy was hesitant getting on back. Riding home o told him to HANG ON and I opened up my VROD. We blew by the group and he was so happy. Great kid!
I will miss him
God bless.

Kt Burgum

April 13, 2018

Still hard to accept that you are gone Jeremy. So many memories, where do I begin ? From fires and parties, to wheelin and fishing and partying on the boat to fair season. You were always there, You could always count on Jeremy to be there. You truly will forever live on in each and every one of our hearts my sweet friend, and until we meet again, raise hell up there, save me a spot, I expect a cold one waiting for me. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to Jeremy's family, may you all find peace, and know, that Heaven shines a little brighter with Jeremy's smile.

Meredith Davenport

April 12, 2018

Such a devastating loss. My heart goes out to all his family and friends.

Sheryll Dupuis

April 12, 2018

Sincerely sorry 💜

Janice Johnson

April 12, 2018

My heart goes out to you and the family. Jeremy was always a fun loving boy since the day I meet him so many years ago. He always made me laugh, he was so full of love. My thoughts and prayers, love you Lynn and Leah.