DUNELLEN - JEFFREY SMITH, passed away on Saturday, February 20, 2021. He was 44.
Born in New Brunswick, he resided in Lanoka Harbor and Jackson, before moving to Dunellen 8 years ago.
Jeffrey was Supervisor of Installation & Service for Comcast Corp., Somerset.
He was predeceased by his father, Walter David Smith Sr.
Surviving are his wife of 4 years, together for 9 years, Joy Farrell Smith; his former wife, Kristin McCarthy, married for10 years and together 17, and their three children, son, Ethan Smith of Lanoka Harbor, and daughters, Karlie and Keira; his mother, Beverly Smith of Toms River; two brothers, Walter and Brian Smith, both of Lanoka Harbor; bonus son, Michael; bonus daughter, Crystal; his former wife, Kristen McCarthy of Lanoka Harbor, and his dog, Enzo.
Friends and family may visit on Saturday, February 27, 2021, from 4:00 pm - 9:00 PM, at The BRUNSWICK MEMORIAL HOME, 454 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick, where a service will be held at 5:30 PM. Cremation will be private.
For directions to the funeral home please see the "Services" page.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in Jeffrey's memory to Joy Smith.
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Beverly so sorry for your loss . Hang on to the memories to get you through this sad time. Karen Sengstack
Prayers and condolences to all who loved Jeff.
Sending my prayers to the Smith family. Jeff was my supervisor in Somerset New Jersey and was an awesome boss. He was the type of boss that you could actually talk to and trust. He was always smiling and always telling the best stories. Jeff made coming to work just a bit more fun. Im out in the lancaster PA office and his tragic loss was heard all the way out here. Definitely a sad sad day to hear about losing him so young. I have lots of fond memories of Jeff and I will be praying for him and his family.
The short time I was at Comcast you were always there to help no matter what tema anyone was in . You will be missed by many. My thoughts and prayers for you family and friends.
My thoughts and prayers go out to his wife, kids and his immediate and extended family. I’ve known and worked with Jeff at Comcast since 2009, during that time I’ve known him to be a caring, loving soul. He showed great leadership and was always there to support his team. We always used to joke about his Raiders making the playoffs lol. Every week during the season, even after a loss he would say this is our year LOL! Man...I’m going to miss that! You’ll be missed but never forgotten!
Karlie and family, My heart is broken for you. No words can heal your pain. I did not know Jeff but all I have heard is that he was an amazing man - one who helped raise an amazing young woman. God bless you and know you have so many people to lean on. Love always, "Granny V"
Jeff was always a supportive supervisor, but most importantly a friend. He cared for his team, and did everything he could to make every single person on his team feel valued and important. Jeff was so full of humor and silent strength. He wasn’t loud and boisterous, but loved his family, friends, and co-workers profoundly. Jeff wasn’t perfect and certainly had his faults, but he gave selflessly, loved deeply, and laughed heartily. To the most musically eclectic person I’ve ever known, thank you for being a great friend and mentor. You will be so immensely missed. Rest in perfect peace, brother.
Many thoughts and prayers to the entire family.
May God's love lift you all with his blessings and comfort.
With all my heartfelt love.
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