Jeremy was a kind, patient, and honest dentist – always thoughtful of his staff and patients. He was the best at giving shots – super gentle! He built Peachtree Dunwoody Dental while our young family grew side by side – we had two families – Peachtree Dental was our second family. He was a Jack of all trades – he fixed as many of the items at the office or the house himself that he could, he was even our landscaper! He was the best family man and dentist-extraordinaire.
Jeremy loved spending time with his extended family and friends; especially his wife Amy; daughters Sarah and Hailey. He had a wonderful sense of humor – he loved his family, friends, staff, patients and his dogs with a full heart. You never knew when you would receive a funny text from him! Jeremy loved to go to the movies – during Halloween time there was always a creepy movie on at our house – he also was a big fan of action films!
He really enjoyed live concerts and traveling. His favorite city was New York where he loved just walking from one end of Manhattan to the other with his daughters, Hailey and Sarah. His favorite activity in Atlanta was walking by the river with his wife Amy or going to the dog park with his beloved pets.
Jeremy was one of a kind – his legacy lives on within all of us that he touched.