Guest Book for Jeff Alan Collins

Provided by Gagne-Piechowski Funeral Home

Posted by: Lauren Collins
Fri July 19, 2019
I love you dad more than anything in this world and my love for you will do nothing but continue to grow for the rest of my days. I am so thankful for the life you gave me and the way you raised me to be the person I am. I am so thankful for the love you gave to my girls and how much they loved you. I will keep your memory alive for them forever. We will never forget you. I miss you more than I can ever describe and I really hope this pain someday will go away. Please stay with me please watch over me please protect me and my girls. Please just never leave me.
 

 
Posted by: Paul Labrecque
Fri July 19, 2019
So sorry to hear of Jeff's passing. He was a great and caring man.

Paul Labrecque
Zephyrhills, FL.
 

 
Posted by: Sally (Hoffman)Williamson
Fri July 19, 2019
Sorry to hear about Jeff he was a nice guy and I went to school with him he played baseball with my brother Jason Hoffman he will be missed 🙏🏻😥💐🌹RIP Jeff Collins
 

 
Posted by: Ann LaGram (Adams)
Sat July 20, 2019
To family of Jeff

Jeff growing up as cousin you were a great kid. Memories to be had with this great person and with aka Aunt Marie and Uncle Chuck; also known as MOM and Dad. my deepest condolences go out to you all. May he RIP.

Cousin Anne Marie
 

 
Posted by: Tom Moldow
Sat July 20, 2019
Heard of Jeff's passing via facebook. We were Army buddies back 30 years ago. We (Jeff, Mike M, Mike G, Tom M) had some great times back with the "fighting 344th MP Co back in the eighties. We had drill weekend and then we would all crashed at my house I rented near Southern CT State. We had some great times on Annual Training in the summer. Jeff was a great guy to work and hang with. I still have a Thermos he gave me when he worked at the Thermos plant. You'll be missed Jeff.
 

 
Posted by: Linda Noel
Sat July 20, 2019
I knew Jeff since elementary school and all thru high school.  he was such a fun guy to be around.  I hadn't seen him in so many years.  when i heard about his passing I was in shock.  guess God needed an angel with a sense of humor.  rest in peace or not!!  sympathies to his family.
 

 
Posted by: Juliet M Falconieri-Felder
Sat July 20, 2019
Jeff will be missed by so many. I served with Jeff back in the 80's in the 344th
So many laughs along the way. We reconnected through facebook a few years ago. Missed an opportunity to meet up a few years ago in Myrtle Beach.
Would have loved just one more of those bear hugs! Rest easy my brother......
 

 
Posted by: Lori Morrissette
Sun July 21, 2019
To all of Jeff's Family, We are so very sorry for your loss. May his memory always be with you. Take comfort in knowing how many peoples lives he touched in such a positive way. From my few interactions with him he was always Happy, smiling and laughing. That's how he will be remembered. RIP
 

 
Posted by: Cami Marion
Mon July 22, 2019
What an amazing man. He made work really fun, we had a lot of fun at Amgraph fooling around and shooting the shit. I'll miss you forever.
 

 
Posted by: Michelle Fontaine-Calkins
Wed July 24, 2019
Jeff was the sunshine on a rainy day. Jeff delivered happiness where ever he went. Jeff no matter how bad things were always had a great positive attitude. Jeff came to work everyday, he worked whenever he could, he took the OT. He was a great Dad, loved his girls and his grand babies. His girls meant everything to him. Jeff really loved life. He loved to soak in the pool with a cold one on those seriously hot days. He always talked about his neighborhood where everyone chipped in. Whether cutting each other’s grass or when it came picnic time it was an open door. Jeff loved his work family too. He left me a candy or Hershey’s chocolate kiss on my keyboard nearly everyday. Jeff loved his music, while he worked he listened to country and sang and danced to every word.. believe me he knew every word to every song!! Jeff was a gentle giant he smiled and laughed all the time! When you walked away you didn’t realize it but you too now had a smile on your face. What kind of guy was Jeff? He was this kind, he asked you how you were doing, he meant it. Every night he walked over to Midagraphics, tapped the window and waved good bye. That’s the kind of guy he was, he made you feel good. Everyone at Amgraph is going to miss Jeff for all of the wonderful things he brought to all of us. He was very good at his job he knew his stuff! He was a permanent fixture at Amgraph and at all of our get togethers he was the life of the party!! His passing is a great loss in many many ways. God Bless his family.
 

 
Posted by: Susan Dydo
Wed July 24, 2019
You will be sorely missed Jeff Collins! You have always been a bright spot in our lives and we'll never forget you! Loved you like a brother from another mother xo! Give Johnny a bear hug for me and we'll see you again one day!

With love,

The Dydo Family
 

 
Posted by: Ashley Lynch
Wed July 24, 2019
So sorry for your loss sending thoughts, prayer, and love to all during this difficult time.
 

 
Posted by: KEVIN GODAIRE
Thu July 25, 2019
I remember being the first one to greet Jeff on his first day of work at Amgraph around 35 years ago,after the day I knew I found a special friend. And for the next 35 years we became the best of friends,doing numerous trips,hanging out,poker games at his house,partys,bar hopping (Turbaks back in the day),but what I remember most is the daily talks we had at work almost every workday,we talked sports,and we both loved talking about our children to each other.He loved Kaitlyn and Lauren so much and that's when he had the biggest smile,i remember when he told me he was having children and how happy he was,and although I didn't see them very often,he kept me up to date on everything in their lives,i know personally how much he loved those 2 girls,more than anything! And they turned out to be such great people just like their Dad,love you girls.And on Jeffs final day of work before his death I was the last one to say good bye to him and we laughed as we left the parking lot and went to our cars for the final time..35 years of unforgettable times,talks and love to a great man you rarely have a chance to meet in a lifetime!!  Love you brother and will definitely never forget you,gonna miss you...