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Jeremy Colwell

Jeremy Alan Colwell, 32, of Princeton died on Friday June 26, 2020. He worked in construction; was a mentor at Genesis and Center Point; and a member of Calvary Memorial Baptist Church.

Survivors include his mother and step father, Jan Towery & husband, Paul, Princeton, KY; one brother, Joshua Colwell, Princeton, KY; and one nephew, Adam Colwell, Princeton, KY.

He was preceded in death by his son, J.J. Colwell and father, David Colwell.

A Celebration of Life service will be held Sunday July 12, 2020 at 12:00pm (noon) at Rebo's in Hopkinsville.

Memorial contributions may be made to Ronald McDonald House 2144 Fairfax Ave Nashville, TN 37212.

Goodman Funeral Home in Princeton is in charge of the arrangements.


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Jeremy taught me an analogy that I will carry with me the rest of my life. I will always remember him by it. & I'll never forget the first day my daughter saw him, she said "look mama John cena is at a meeting, can I get his autograph?" I busted out laughing and had to run over and tell Jeremy what she had just said. I'm not quite sure how he got his head outta the door that day... lol. He will be deeply missed amongst the misfits and I'm sure by thousands of others. Carrying your memory with me. My prayers and deepest sympathy to the family.Xoxo -Caity C.

Caitlin Crawford Jul 1 2020 12:00 AM

You're in our thoughts and prayers.

Robert,Cindy,and Alissa Denham Jun 29 2020 12:00 AM

With deepest sympathy, I send these flowers and I only meet him for a brief moment at center point recovery he was great man. Condolences for your loss.Brandon G. Carr and family.

Brandon G. Carr and family. Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Thinking of youFrom Your CenterPoint Family

From Your CenterPoint Family Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Jeremy touched so many lives! May we never forget the memories and impact he has had on so many. I am honored to be able to plant a tree in memory of his beautiful soul. May God bless you abundantly!Candy Martin

Candy Martin Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM