Jeremy Coldiron a life-long resident of Columbus, Ohio, died unexpectedly on October 12, 2020 at the age of 40.
Jeremy was born on January 12, 1980 to Tim and Lisa Coldiron. He graduated from Pickerington Central High School.
Jeremy’s love of sports began at 5 years old when he joined little league baseball. He continued to play baseball through high school along-side his lifelong friend Justin. Jeremy then went on to play ball on adult leagues with his parents who also played. His passion for sports included his loyal support of the Cleveland Browns. He enjoyed many live Browns games with his family and often times watching at home with his grandpa Lowell. The Cincinnati Reds and the OSU Buckeyes also made his favorite teams list. His hatred for the Ravens, the Steelers, and Michigan was to be admired.
Jeremy was a culinary enthusiast and loved cooking for his family and friends. He had knack for livening up a room with his good-humored, loving, and energetic personality. His company was easy to enjoy. Listening to classic rock and enjoying live concert events was something that he, his parents, and Jordan had in common. He loved to be at the water and went on many fishing trips with his grandpa Jerry. Family gatherings with his many cousins were always a fun time.
Jeremy and his brother Jordan had a special bond. One that was never broken due to their love for one another. They shared many common interests and activities such as playing frisbee golf and darts with their dad. They stayed true to always forgiving each other after a good old brotherly disagreement. The time they spent together and the memories made will be in Jordan’s heart forever. They were truly best friends.
Jeremy is survived by his Parents Tim and Lisa; Brother Jordan; Children Brayden and Saige; Grandma Nancy; Aunts and Uncles Cheryl (Tim), Susan (Jason), Teresa (Randy), Tonya (Greg). Jeremy is preceded in death by his Grandpa Jerry; Grandparents Carol and Lowell; Uncle Frank.
A Celebration of Life will be planned by the family for a future date. Until then we ask that everyone reflect on the wonderful memories you have of Jeremy. He will be missed intensely.
For this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison. 2 Corinthians 4:17
Pray purposefully and passionately for the hearts of your sons…
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