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Jeffrey Michael Storms

Born: Thu., Sep. 11, 1958
Died: Tue., Jul. 5, 2016


4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Wed., Jul. 20, 2016
Location: South Coast Chapel Mortuary

Memorial Mass

10:00 AM Thu., Jul. 21, 2016
Location: St. John Neumann Church

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STORMS, Jeffrey M. "Jeff" July 5th, at the age of 57 after a brave battle with cancer.  Jeff passed peacefully surrounded by love.  Beloved husband of 26 years to Suzanne (Linskey) Storms.  Loving father of Matthew F. Storms of Worcester, MA, Connor M. Storms, Cara E. Storms, Jack W. Storms all of Lakeville, MA and his late infant son, Garrett J. Storms.  Devoted son of the late Pete and Jean Storms of Saddle River/Mahwah, NJ.  Devoted son-in-law of Margaret Linskey and the late Bill Linskey of Randolph, MA.  Loving brother of his sisters Jane Collins and her husband, Lee, of Tuxedo, NY,  Pat Kanning of Tuxedo, NY, Debbie Cullen of Goshen, NY, Kim Storms of Toms River, NJ and Regie Storms of Hawthorne, NJ.  Devoted brother-in-law of Tom Barrett of Wyckoff, NJ,  Bill Linskey and his wife Maribeth of Beverly, MA, Tim Linskey and his wife Merethe of Duxbury, MA and Jackie Callahan and her husband Tim of Falmouth, MA.  He was predeceased by his siblings Bobbie Kunisch and her husband Mike, Peter Storms, Susan Barrett, his brother-in-law Bob Kanning and his nephew, Kevin Cullen.   Jeff also enjoyed the love of his many, many nieces, nephews and friends.  He had missed the companionship of his loyal dog, Penny.  Jeff was born in Ridgewood, NJ.  He lived in Saddle River, NJ before settling in MA.  He worked as an account manager for HD Supply, Stoughton, MA.  Jeff was an avid fan of his children's and their friends' athletic teams.  Jeff was President of Laker Hockey Club, Past President of Lakeville Little League, coach for many years, Lakeville Little League and soccer coach, Freetown-Lakeville Soccer Club.  He was a member of the Randolph Lodge of Elks #2130.  He was a Boston Red Sox and Boston Bruins fan.  Jeff enjoyed the island of Martha's Vineyard and the Jersey Shore.  Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend memorial visiting hours , on Wed. July 20, 2016  from 4 pm - 8 pm in the South Coast Chapel Mortuary, 158 Middleboro Road,(RT.18) East Freetown, MA followed by a Memorial Mass Thurs. morning July 21st at 10 am at St. John Neumann Church, 157 Middleboro Road, East Freetown, MA.  Interment will be private at a later date.   Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made in his name to: Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, PO Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284-9168 or Old Colony Hospice, One Credit Union Way, Randolph, MA 02368.  For additional information or directions visit our website http:/www.southcoastchapel.com/

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Catherine Nolette/Nicholas Medeiros
   Posted Thu July 07, 2016
Jeff was a great individual and coach. If he would see you, he would always acknowledge and ask how we were doing. As a coach he treated the children equally and worked with each and everyone. He was a leader, role model, a teacher, optimistic, dependable, confident, a listener, a communicator, had a positive attitude and understood the needs of others. He provided support and confidence to all the kids he coached. I am so sorry to hear of his loss. He will never be forgotten and may the happy memories live on and bring smiles to each of you everyday.

Karen M Salvucci
   Posted Sat July 09, 2016

SENTIMENTAL THOUGHTS was sent by Karen and Greg Salvucci.

Dear Suzanne, Matthew, Connor, Cara, Jack and Family, It's with a heavy heart we send our condolences. Jeff was a great man and a very good friend. We will miss his lunch visits with Salvucci Masonry. Our love and prayers, Greg and Karen Salvucci

Martha Morales
   Posted Mon July 11, 2016
My deepest condolences to you and your family. Sending healing prayers and comforting thoughts.

Betty Coleman
   Posted Thu July 14, 2016

Please know our thoughts and prayers and with you and your family.

Betty Coleman

Betty Coleman
   Posted Thu July 14, 2016

DIGNITY IN WHITE PEDESTAL ARRANGEMENT was sent by Your friends at TransCanada (Westborough).

To Suzanne & Family, You are in our hearts and prayers. Your friends at TransCanada (Westborough)

Val Jackson & Sue Bartlett
   Posted Thu July 14, 2016
May the wonderful & loving memories of Jeff get you all thru this most difficult time. RIP Jeff.
With our love & deepest sympathy, Love you, Val & Sue

Deborah Trombly
   Posted Thu July 14, 2016
Dear Suzanne and family,
We will always remember Jeff as the kind, energetic and happy person he was. I know you will receive lots and lots of wonderful thoughts and memories, because however briefly he touched a life it was always with a spark of kindness and humor. Sending you loving thoughts and support.
Deborah & Phil Trombly

Bill Brack
   Posted Mon July 18, 2016
I had the honor and privilege to work with Jeff for several years at Barker Steel. Jeff was a caring, compassionate person who always looked out for the interests of his teammates and his customers. Jeff threw himself into everything he did with great passion and a great sense of humor and selflessness. Jeff also demonstrated amazing courage, as others know much better than me. I particularly recall Jeff sharing his story and his fight with the people attending the charitable golf outing that Barker Steel and my family hold each year in memory of my mom who lost her fight with ovarian cancer in 1999. We will look to honor Jeff's memory and spirit at that outing this year and beyond. Jeff and his wonderful family are in the prayers and thoughts of the many people he touched here at Barker Steel. I am deeply sorry for your loss.

   Posted Tue July 19, 2016
We had the privilege of having Jeff in our employment for many years. It was a sad day when Jeff left our employment to go elsewhere but nothing like hearing news of his health struggle and now his passing. Those that had the opportunity to work or know Jeff in this industry are heart broken by his loss. When you mention his name there is always a smile on the faces of those discussing him and the words used to describe him are kind, gracious, thoughtful, respectful, intelligent and “just one of the best guys in this industry”. Jeff never had a bad word to say about anyone and I’ve never known anyone to have had one of him, even when he beat our bids for jobs. We couldn’t get mad about it because it was Jeff and we knew the effect he had on everyone. Please know how blessed we all feel to have known Jeff. We all pray that your family has the strength and love to endure these difficult times.

Brenda Colgan, Waldo Bros. Company

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