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Jayson Paul Pecukonis

Born: Sat., Nov. 9, 1963
Died: Sat., Mar. 2, 2013


Visitation

4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Wed., Mar. 06, 2013
Location: Brookside Chapel


Celebration of Life

12:00 PM Thu., Mar. 07, 2013
Location: Brookside Chapel


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Jayson P. Pecukonis – Nashua, NH
Age 49 of Nashua, passed away peacefully on Saturday March 2, 2013 at the Merrimack Valley Hospice House in Haverhill, MA with his family by his side.

Jayson was born on November 9, 1963 in Watertown, NY the son of Joan Keezer.  He was raised and educated in Plaistow, NH and graduated from Timberlane Regional High School Class of 1982.  He earned a B.S. Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire, where he was a proud alumnus.

He proudly served his country in the U.S. Coast Guard as a fuel engineer and was honorably discharged.

Jayson worked for Parker Hannifin Corporation in Hollis, NH as a mechanical engineer for eight years.

As a young man, Jayson was an active Boy Scout who attended several Jamborees nationally and internationally.  He achieved the rank of Life.  He was an animal lover who loved German Shepherds, especially his buddy Austin.  He loved rock music and was a huge Joan Jett fan.  Jayson was a nuemismitist who enjoyed rare vintage error coins.  He loved SCUBA diving and was gifted at wood working.  Above all else, Jayson truly loved his family and spending time with them gave him great joy.

Jayson is survived by his wife, Alma C. (Reyes) Pecukonis of Nashua, NH.  His mother, Joan Keezer of Myrtle Beach, SC.  His brothers; Burton Pecukonis of Atkinson, NH, Breton Pecukonis of Kingston, NH, Kristin Pecukonis of Somerville, MA and Quintin Pecukonis of Plaistow, NH. His sister, Jamie Turner and husband, Stuart of North Potomac, MD and his uncle, Richard Keezer of Neosho, MO.  His nephew Austin and his niece Abigail also survive him.

Friends and family are invited to call on Wednesday March 6, 2013 from 4 – 8:00 PM at Brookside Chapel & Funeral Home 116 Main Street (Rt. 121 A) in Plaistow Village, NH 03865.  A “Celebration of Life” will take place at the funeral home on Thursday March, 7, 2013 at 12:00 PM.  Burial will be private.

Memorial donations may be made to:
Merrimack Valley Hospice House
360 North Avenue
Haverhill, MA 01830

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Bill Goodell & Judi Mulaire
   Posted Mon March 04, 2013
Jayson. Although we never met, we feel as tough we knew. You were spoken of often. Your pain and suffering is done, and a new journey has begun.
Our deepest sympathy and love go out to your family.
Judi & Bill

Cathy Pratt
   Posted Mon March 04, 2013
Dear Alma, and Jayson's family,
Please accept my deepest sympathy on your loss of your beloved husband, brother, and son. I worked with Jayson and had many a chat with him during our breaks, usually about the next concert he would be going to or had gone to. I will remember him fondly.
Cathy Pratt
Parker Hannifin

Denise (DeTour) DiTonno
   Posted Mon March 04, 2013
To the family of Jayson - what a great guy. Growing up with him was always fun! We were good friends and good cousins. I will miss him. Please accept my deepest sympathies.
Love Denise

Beverly Manning
   Posted Mon March 04, 2013
Dear Joan, Alma, and loved ones,
It's my hope that well wishes and hugs will give you a measure of comfort in the loss of Jason. With so many visitors during his difficult health battle, we know that he was much loved and will be in the thoughts of many for a lifetime. My condolences to all those who feel his loss.

Kind Regards, Bev Manning

Rebecca A LeBoeuf
   Posted Mon March 04, 2013
To Jayson's Family,

I am so sorry to hear of Jayson's passing.

With deepest sympathy and caring thoughts,
Rebecca [Bourgeois] LeBoeuf, [Jayson's 1st grade teacher at Pollard School
Plaistow, NH 1970-71]

Helen Miao
   Posted Mon March 04, 2013
I am very sorry to hear that your family loss. I worked with Jayson few small projects in few years ago. I still remenber he'd like to support the projects as much as he could. We will remember him and accept my deepest sympathy to you all.

Helen Miao
Parker Hannifin


Mitzy DeTour
   Posted Mon March 04, 2013
Jayson, you will be greatly missed, especially your sense of humor. You always made me laugh. Deepest sympathy to the family and friends closest to you.

Roy Lowes
   Posted Mon March 04, 2013
Jayson,
I will miss you greatly. Your humor and friendship has been a blessing in my life.

To Jayson's family,
Please accept my condolances. You are in my prayers, God Bless you all.

Ann Davis
   Posted Mon March 04, 2013
To Jayson's Family: Please accept my sincere condolences on Jayson's passing. We worked together and had many good discussions over the years. May your fond memories help you through the difficult time.

Don Mangano
   Posted Mon March 04, 2013
Jayson you were always good to me. Rest in peace my friend...rest in peace.

Carol Stevens
   Posted Mon March 04, 2013
Joan, Bret, Burt, Quin and Kris,
My sincerest sympathy on the passing of Jason. I will always remember and picture him as that little boy with the huge smile who visited the neighbors on Castleton Ave. and Rugby Rd. He will be sorely missed.

Carol

Jim & Krisy
   Posted Mon March 04, 2013
Our deepest sympathy to all family and friends. Jayson, you will forever be in our hearts. Your friendship will always be treasured and life will not be the same with out you.

Floyd and Shirley Gates
   Posted Tue March 05, 2013
Dear Joan and family, We are so very sorry for your loss of Jayson..Our thoughts and prayers are with you.. If you ever need someone to talk to we are here.. Sincerely, Floyd and Shirley

Nina
   Posted Wed March 06, 2013
Jayson, the world will certainly be a lesser one without you. Love you, brother, Love you very much.
Nina

Patrick Saaf
   Posted Wed March 06, 2013
To Jayson's Family

I worked with Jayson many years ago at the Batesville Casket Company in Nashua, NH. It was a very tight group of people. Jason was right at home in this group. His smile is what is most vivid in my memories. He was always joking around and making some intense times a little more positive.

I'm am sad to hear of his passing and very sorry for your loss.

Sincerely,

Pat Saaf

James Marriott, UNH '96
   Posted Wed March 06, 2013
Joan and family,

Deepest sympathy on your loss. Jayson's mischievous (devious?) smile was a treasure. I have many "fond" memories of Jayson, Roy, and me fighting the gravity of "the big chair" as we all suffered until 4 AM through Barry's weekly take-home exam; Austin (the dog, not the nephew) bit me. Twice. Even when I brought him fresh hot bread from Demoulas. Ungrateful German Shepunk. The only time I've been able to see Rush was with Jayson.

Dan Peterson
   Posted Thu March 07, 2013
Thinking of all of you at this difficult time. I have many found memories of working with, and being friends with you all. Stay safe, Dan Peterson

Todd Tierney
   Posted Thu March 07, 2013
To the family and friends of Jayson,

Jayson was a good friend and co-worker. I enjoyed knowing him. He was always able to bring knowledge, hard work and cheer to any situation. He had a fun, positive energy that made people enjoy working and spending time with him. You have my deepest sympathies and Jayson will always be remembered fondly.

Todd Tierney - co-worker at Pitco Frialator and friend there after

John Barclay
   Posted Thu March 07, 2013
To Joan & Alma,
Please accept my deepest sympathy to you and the boys at this time of grief. Jason was a jovial joy to be in the company of, and I remember with fondness the times I was able to share with the family, all being so close and friendly.
Keep the faith, close ranks together, have hope in your hearts and enjoy all the wonderful memories.
John Barclay

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