Jeremy Gumm Death – Jeremy Gumm, a resident of East Peoria, Illinois, and a graduate of East Peoria Community High School has sadly passed away. He was announced dead through a social media publication that read “See ya later friend, gone too soon Jeremy Gumm. We’ll miss seeing ya at baseball games cheering on Brielle and Talan.. this is just heartbreaking. Jeremy Gumm’s cause of death has not been made public by the family at the time of this report.
Who was Jeremy Gumm?
Jeremy Gumm was a native of East Peoria, Illinois, and a graduate of East Peoria Community High School. He was a loving brother to his sister Aubrey Humphrey and a caring son to his mother Stacy Gumm. He had for children whom he cherished with the whole of his heart. In his family, Jeremy is a beloved brother and son. He embodies the epitome of a loving and committed family member. His parents adore him for his kind and considerate nature.
Jeremy’s life was cut short far too soon, leaving a hole in the hearts of everyone who loved him. However, his recollections and the impression he had on people he touched will always carry on his legacy. Forever remembered as a cherished son, brother, and father, Jeremy was a guy whose compassion and love knew no limits.
Fundraising for Jeremy Gumm’s funeral
Stacy Gumm is organizing a fundraiser to help cover funeral costs and other related expenses. the fundraising page organized to raise $15,000 has raised the sum of $5,545 at the time of this publication. To donate to the family, click on GoFundMe. “Today we lost an amazing son, brother, and father. Jeremy W. Gumm left behind 4 young children. Our family is devastated as this loss was so sudden and unexpected. He didn’t have life insurance, so any and all donations are appreciated.”
Paul Nash also shared the fundraising link in a social media post that read “Anything will help out this family in a tragic time. Jeremy, we may not have talked as much as we did in high school, but I’ll never forget all the memories we had together. From staying at each others houses and playing video games all night with Austin, to playing football most weekends. I wish I was there for you more. I love ya dude!”
Jeremy Gumm’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.
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