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Heroin Memorial - 2016/03/18 - Jeffrey Tarr - Age 41 yrs - Griswold, Connecticut


2016/03/18 - Jeffrey Tarr - Age 41 yrs - Griswold, Connecticut

Submitted by: Linda Tarr - Parent

Name: Jeffrey Tarr
State:  Connecticut, 06351

Date of Passing: 03/18/2016
Date of Birth: 7/24/74
Age: 41 

Tell Us About Them:

Jeffrey brightened a room with his infectious smile! He loved children and was like one of them playing in the yard.

Tell Us About Their Struggles With Addiction:

Jeffrey struggled with addiction at a young age. He was in and out of rehabs and sober houses many time. He was an alcoholic, but turned to heroin 8 months ago. He was in a sober house at the time of his overdose.

What Made Them Smile?

Jeffrey loved landscaping, cooking, and going to church.

What Do You Miss the Most About Them?

I miss my boy coming in the door and saying "What up Mom"! His text saying "I love you"!

If You Had a Chance to Say One More Thing to Your Angel What Would It Be?

I love and miss you my boy! You were my heart and soul! I hope you are dancing in the sky with you Dad!

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