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Jeffery M. Fournier
OGDENSBURG- Funeral services for Jeffery M. Fournier, 64, of Ogdensburg will be held private. Mr. Fournier died peacefully Tuesday September 7, 2021 at the Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center. He was born on December 12, 1956 in Ogdensburg, NY to the late Robert & Lucy (Testani) Fournier.
Arrangements are under the direction of the LaRue & Pitcher Funeral Home, located at 324 New York Avenue, Ogdensburg.
Jeff graduated from Ogdensburg Free Academy he worked various jobs early in his career and he retired in 2016 as the supervisor of grounds and maintenance from the St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center.
Jeff would like to acknowledge the special bond that he shared with his three cousins on his mother's side; Val Testani, Tony Testani and Peggy Payne. To Jeff these were his siblings and his best friends. They spent much time together for family gatherings, Barbeques and the occasional drink or two or three. Jeff also had a special bond with his cousin on his father's side; Debbie Fournier Billups. She was also a God child to Jeff's parents. Anyone who knew Jeff, knew that family was everything to him.
When Jeff took Darlene Durkee to be his wife on May 11, 2012, he not only got a wife, he inherited her entire family. Their love for Jeff is beyond words. Jeff also got the pleasure of becoming a great parent, role model and mentor to Darlene's two sons; Spencer and Vincent. Jeff spent countless hours teaching Vincent the tricks of the trade in woodworking. Together they made tables, dressers, kitchen cupboards, again another special bond was formed. Vincent plans to carry on Jeff's wishes, to continue to use the skills Jeff taught him.
Jeff also leaves behind 5- grandchildren and 2 -great grandchildren; Andrew Lebeau and his wife, Chelsea and their precious baby Payton, Grant Lebeaur and his companion Kailyn Engle and their new baby Evelynn, Emma Labeau, Logan Dodd, and baby girl Naomi, Jeff babysat for Naomi often and Poppie never forgot her chocolate milk and donuts. Jeff will always be remembered for his generous and kind heart.
Jeff's true love was his love for the outdoors, snowmobiling was his passion. Anyone who knew him, knew where you could find Jeff, if he wasn't on his snowmobile he would be working on his snowmobile, or someone else's. Jeff also restored several antique snowmobiles which he treasured. He never missed a snowmobile show. He was a past owner of a machine shop many years ago, a trade he enjoyed very much.
Jeff has requested no services, he would rather be remembered by his contagious smile and his warm heart.
Donations in Jeff's memory may be made to a charity of one's choice.
Online condolences may be made to www.LaRuePitcher.com.
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Jeff was one of the Very Nicest people I've ever known.
Charles Schumann Sep 13 2021 10:11 PM
Jeff was a true gem and will be greatly missed by many.
Vinnie and Michele Catlin Sep 13 2021 10:49 AM
One of the nicest guys I have ever met in my lifetime. Always put everyone else before himself. I have a lot of awesome memories with him he was a type of person you meet in your life, and you do not forgot. Very professional man love to have a good time and loved him snowmobiles! Fly high poppy Jeff you will be missed I love you! I'm glad you got to meet your great grandaughter ❤
Andrew chelsea & Payton LeBeau Sep 11 2021 9:36 PM
Jeff left a mark on my heart forever... He was a wonderful Husband more so a best friend.. Our family will never be the same .. .Jeff enriched our lives in so many ways... God Bless you Jeff..... you will forever live in our hearts... Rest in peace... Love you... Darlene
Darlene C Fournier Sep 10 2021 9:36 PM
I had the honor of working with this great guy. He always had a great smile. I enjoyed our long talks about his family and work. May you rest in peace friend. My condolences to his family.
Rae Davis Sep 10 2021 7:44 PM
Jeff was such a great guy and will be greatly missed. Thank you for my forever nickname of Peanut.
Steve, Elizabeth & Zack Marlow Sep 10 2021 4:17 PM
A candle was lit in memory of Jeffery Fournier
Mike,Coletta Richardson Sep 10 2021 9:58 AM
I'm sorry to hear of Jeff's passing my family and his met when we were younger camping was our way of enjoying the outdoors. Family an friends was the best way to relate my cousin and I have lots of memories hanging around with Jeff, He will sadly be missed RIP Jeff.
stephen L carter Sep 10 2021 5:47 AM
So sorry for everyone's loss, Jeff was quite a handyman. Met Jeff at Riverview. He bored a outboard motor out for me and did a little snowmobiling with him. RIP Jeff.
Tim Thompson Sep 9 2021 10:00 PM
A candle was lit in memory of Jeffery Fournier
Steve and dawn fields Sep 9 2021 9:45 PM