Jeffrey A. Heath of Tyngsboro

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Jeffrey A. Heath, 64, of Tyngsboro, MA passed away early Saturday, March 7th at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. Born in Turners Falls, MA, he was the son of Frank and Alice Heath. Jeff attended Turners Falls School System, American International College after high school, and then earned his Bachelor of Science in Management and Informative Technology from Daniel Webster College. As a young man, Jeff drove tractor trailer truck for Erving Paper Mills. He then began his career with UPS, and he and his family moved to Tyngsboro where he became a supervisor at the Chelmsford office. His career spanned 29 years in the UPS Feeder Department. He was an active member of his church, Chelmsford St. Baptist Church in Lowell, MA, serving as a chairperson for various committees and as a member of the choir. He was also a member of the Boston Baptist Social Union. Jeff enjoyed spending time with his family, working with computers and coaching local youth sports when his daughters were young. Jeff was the beloved husband of Linda Heath, with whom he celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary in 2014. He is also survived by two daughters, Sarah and her husband Erik and his two grandsons, Ian Jeffrey and Jared, and Rebecca and her husband Jonathan and his granddaughter Beatrice; his mother Alice Heath; two brothers, Richard Heath and Frank Heath.

Visiting hours Fri. 3 to 7P.M. at the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD. Funeral Service Sat. at 10A.M. at Chelmsford St. Baptist Church, Lowell. Burial in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Tewksbury. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.


20 Condolences for Jeffrey A. Heath of Tyngsboro

    Claudia Chiaraluce

    Linda, Sarah and Rebecca – my thoughts and prayers are with you through this journey. Jeff will be missed for his kind personality and good will toward others – we had been together at UPS for 28 years. Regards,Claudia

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    Jon Cardello-Banme

    Jeff was instrumental in helping me with TFCS early in my career. He was always willing to help educate his co-workers. Although our conversations were purely through a phone, they amassed countless hours.. Jeff was indeed a good man.

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    Eddie Sawyer

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family, I also knew Jeff from UPS. I am so sorry for your loss, Jeff was a kind spirit, and will be missed.

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      Clint Tripp

      Jeff was the fairest and most understanding UPS boss I ever worked for. If Jeff asked you to do him a favor he ould always pay you back. My best thoughts go out to his family and friends

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    Heather Boucher

    Linda, Sarah and Rebecca, my thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Jeff will be greatly missed. He was an amazing person who always had a smile on his face. So sorry for your loss. Heather

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    Dan Shafer

    Jeff was a good man. He will be missed by all that knew and worked with him. So sad, he gave his life to UPS. My condolences to his entire family.

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    Tom Brady

    Linda, Sarah and Rebecca,
    Jeff was a beloved co-worker and mentor at UPS. He was a master of his craft and a resource unsurpassed by anyone. His gentle spirit and kind ways carried him through any adversity. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I, like you, will miss a true friend, but I know he is in the embrace of his Creator.

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    Belle

    I always enjoyed working with Jeff. Jeff was sweet,smart,patient,and kind. I feel lucky to have known him.
    Jeff was one of the nicest people at UPS. I will always remember him, the music he played in the office, and his gentle manner. My prayers are with you and your family.

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    Carol Vere

    Jeff was a very kind and patient man who was such a pleasure to work with at UPS. He had a good sense of humor, loved his music and was always helpful in so many ways, a co-worker that I truly respected. He was so proud of his daughters and grandchildren and couldn’t wait to be asked about them and then came the stories! His company will truly be missed, a blessed man and extend my sincere sympathy and prayers during this heartfelt time to the family.

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    Neal Shea Peters

    Jeff was a wonderful man and I have some great memories from high school. I am so sorry for his loss and I pray that memories give his family peace and comfort. I’m sure God has welcomed home.

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    Pam DalPra

    I had know Jeff for 10 years through my sales position at Bowman and UPS. He also did some web design for my son Anthony. Jeff was always great to deal with and much more a friend than a business associate. I was shocked and saddened at the news of his passing. He always spoke of his plans for retirement and spending time with his family. He will be missed. My condolences to his family.

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    Paula Philbrick

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you…
    We will miss his positive outlook on everything and his smile
    God Bless

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    Paul Stys

    Have know and worked with Jeff since the opening of the Chelmsford UPS. He always worked well with his drivers. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time.

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    Dawn Sandberg

    I am so sorry for your loss, I enjoyed spending time with Jeff and Linda over the years. My deepest sympathies.
    Love, Dawn

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    Ricky Greene

    Jeff you were a pleasure to know and work with all 29 years that I’ve known you. You will surely be missed. My prayers go out to your family. God Bless

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    Jennifer Colton

    I am so sorry for your loss. Mr. Heath was such a kind, generous person. I wish you all peace and comfort during this difficult time.

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    Bill Traill

    Linda, My heart goes out to you and your family. Jeff was a great gentleman and it was a privilege to know and work with. Bless your Family and know that we are all here for you .

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    Marilyn Morrow

    Linda, Sarah and Becky, we all were deeply saddened at hearing about Jeff going Home. Happy for him but sad for you. He was always a great guy to be around.

    It is almost a year now since Bill made his final Journey and if you want to or need to, please feel free to call. Unless you have worn these shoes yourself you truly have no idea how it feels. Any time, day or night, I am available to just listen, talk or whatever you want.

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