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Harris Hill Death

From the Brattleboro Police:

"Lt. Carrier

On May 29, 2016 at 09:12 hours, members of the Brattleboro Police Department and Emergency Services responded to the Harris Hill Ski-Jump for a report of a possible deceased male.

Upon arrival it was determined the male was in fact deceased.

The death does not appear to be suspicious in nature and the male was transported to the Medical Examiner's Office in Burlington Vermont for an autopsy.

At this point in time no further information will be disseminated pending notification of next of kin."


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I've since found out...

A child of friends. RIP.

Once again I am reminded of just how awful it is for parents to lose a child.

Best wishes go out to family and friends.



I did not know him well. I think many people who live in Brattleboro would recognize his face.


Peace on everyone.


Talented Writer

He contributed an entry to the T P James / Write Like the Dickens writing contest, which was held at the library during the literary festival.

He didn't follow any of the rules that the other writers were going by, and when he turned it in, he said he knew it couldn't win because of that. What he wrote was extremely well written, and one of the best pieces in the batch. In it, he imagined the inner workings of the mind of T. P. James, and gave voice to a rascal, and showed himself to be a talented writer.



An obituary for Jeremiah can be found at the following site:




Jeremiah's obituary

That was written by his father, Joe, and is also in today's Reformer.


That was very touching.

That was very touching.


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