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Fox & Murray Funeral Home and Cremation Services

528 Franklin Street, Ogdensburg, NY

OBITUARY

Jeffrey D. Kinch

November 23, 1957June 11, 2019

Graveside services for Jeffrey D. Kinch, age 61 of Ogdensburg will be held at 11:00am on Friday (June 14, 2019) at the Pine Hill Cemetery, Eel Weir with Rev. Walter Smith officiating. Mr. Kinch passed away on Tuesday (June 11, 2019) at the United Helpers Nursing Home.

Surviving are two sons Jeffrey Kinch & his wife Missy of Theresa and Howard Kinch & his wife Libby of Russell; a sister Rae Ann Davis & her husband Norris of Dekalb Jct; step-brother Gilbert Streeter & his wife Brenda of Gouverneur; step-sisters Diane Risley of Gouverneur, Sherry Kelley & her husband Tom of Degrass and Cindy Denesha of Gouverneur; grandchildren Matthew, Anthony & Hailey Kinch; great-grandchild Azariah Kinch along with grandchildren and several nieces, nephews & cousins.

A granddaughter Chantal Kinch predeceased him.

Jeff was born on November 23, 1957 in Ogdensburg NY, a son of Raymond & Frieda (Bice) Kinch. He attended Ogdensburg Free Academy and graduated from Gouverneur High School. He later married Tina Gotham, she predeceased him.

During his career he worked at the Grain Mills in Gouverneur and farmed until he became disabled. Jeffrey enjoyed cooking, fishing, drawing and gardening. He had an amazing ability of remembering dates and numbers, and had a good sense of humor. Jeffrey loved his family and they loved him.

Memorial contributions can be made to the American Diabetes Association, 5 Pine West Plaza, Suite 505 Albany, New York, 12205. Condolences and fond memories can also be shared at www.foxandmurrayfuneralhome.com.

Services

  • Graveside Service Friday, June 14, 2019

Memories

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Jeremy Beldock

June 13, 2019

Howard Libby and the rest of the family I'm sorry for your loss your dad was a great guy he will be missed my many

Tom Gotham

June 13, 2019

Jeff was married to my sister Tina Gotham Kinch The memory of Jeff that first comes to mind is him loving to dance to cotton eye Joe it was the bests. Lots of fishing trips also. One heck of a green thumb. We shared a garden when they lived next to us up on the northwoods rd. Lots of great memories with Jeff &Tina my wife and are children. R.I.P Bro.

Nancy Turnbull

June 13, 2019

Jeff and I were classmates. He was a good friend. RiP Jeff. You will he missed.
Our deepest sympathy to the family

Sylvia (Kinch) Montroy

June 13, 2019

Even though Jeff and I were first cousins we didn't really know each other. I grew up at the same time as his brother, Curt. After Uncle Bum died and Aunt Freida got married again she moved out of town with Jeff and Rae Ann, who were little then. By reading comments from people I can see that he was well liked. I offer my sympathy and condolences to his sister, Rae Ann, and to his family. God Bless All. Love ya Cuz …
Sylvia and Ray Montroy

Scott Madill

June 13, 2019

To the family of Jeffery Kinch. I'm Very Sorry for your loss. I remember visiting with Jeff at United Helpers River Ledge Nursing Home when my mom was there at River Ledge. She passed away June 8th 2016. Jeff would always come into my mom's room and say Hi. I knew Jeff when I was a Volunteer Firefighter with Hermon Fire Dept. Jeff was a great guy. He will always be missed. Even though he is not here, He lives on in your heart just like my mom lives on in mine. Rest In Peace Jeff.

Madison Gushlaw

June 12, 2019

Uncle jeff was the best he always made us kids laugh....be always would make grandma candy laugh more he always kept her company when she needed company and i always remember him as the tropical guy from when he had a tropical shirt one sunny day have fun up in heaven with the rest of the family and stay out of trouble up there❤️❤️

Brenda Fuller- Stone

June 12, 2019

I remember my mom (Jane Fuller) taking my younger brother and I with her to visit with his mom, Frieda and deliver AVON. Jeff was also so thoughtful and very kind. If I recall correctly, he would also take us kids out to see the animals. Such a lovely family! Thinking of the family and sending our love and prayers.

Laura Benavides

June 12, 2019

Our family growing up would always go to New York for summer vacation we would stay at his mom and dads farm of course with Jeff and his sister.Well we would work the farm with Jeff and uncle carl.Jeff taught me how to drive the tractor.One day that I wont forget is when him and I were putting the bails of hay on the wagon a dang snake crawled over my hand he laughed so hard well needless to say I drove the tractor rest if the day.

Marla Kinch

June 12, 2019

I enjoyed my visits w Jeff at Riverledge. Cousin Tyndall & I had many laughs w him talking about the good old days when we were much younger!! He & I had some fun on Friday afternoons, dancing ( YES, dancing!) to the band's at Riverledge!

Mary Rayburn

June 12, 2019

We were friends when we were children. Haven't seen him in a long time. Very nice person he will be missed.

FROM THE FAMILY