Obituary of Jeremiah Michael Crediford
The World has lost a beautiful shining light, but Heaven has gained an amazing Angel in Jeremiah Crediford.
Jeremiah was born in San Jose, CA, May 11, 1985. He grew up in Ferndale, WA, going to Skyline Elementary, Vista Middle School and Ferndale High School. He studied commercial and industrial electrical construction at NJATC Electrical Apprenticeship and currently worked for Alta Electric, as well as being a member of the IBEW. Jeremiah loved being an electrician and was an amazing supervisor to his staff.
Jeremiah as a kid loved to climb trees & slide on the frozen pond in the back yard & go skating. As a teen he loved hanging out with his friends, riding bikes, and playing video games. As an adult he loved going to the beach, spending time on the water taking his Kayak out & crabbing as well as golfing, but mostly he loved spending time with his family. Through all of his years he has been passionate about music! Jeremiah loved the free flow of rapping, being a DJ, doing karaoke, singing on stage and sharing his amazing talents with others. Singing with his siblings in C4D truly made him happy. He even won Birch Bay has Talent with his incredible voice!
Everyone that knew Jeremiah considered him to be one of the most kind hearted souls, he would do anything for anyone and took joy in helping anyone in need. He loved his family and friends deeply and profoundly. Jeremiah had a way about him that drew people to him, with his caring ways and charm. His biggest passion & joy in life was his wife Chelsey Crediford and his beautiful children Nevaeh Crediford, Nilay Crediford, Airabella Crediford and Alicia DuBay. Jeremiah loved every moment with his family and was an amazing man. Through his actions anyone could see the caring, loving and attentive father and husband he was.
Jeremiah also leaves behind his parents Dana Crediford of Ferndale, Greg Crediford of Quincy, WA Siblings Jana & Tommy Moore of Ferndale, Matthew Crediford & Jamie Casper of Lufkin TX, Sarah Crediford & Tawny Julius of Ferndale, WA, Christopher Crediford & Joy Sigfusson of Bellingham, WA. Grandparents Patricia Anne Reed of Roseville CA, Edwin Floyd Reed of Reidsville NC. Aunts and Uncles Dawn & Jeff Lundegard, Melissa & Joseph Silva and cousins Jordan Garcia, Tyler and Jacob, Jessica and Drew. Julie, Brenda & Frank Crediford of CA. cousins Johnny, Lacey, and George, Michael, Aaron and Kasey, Danielle and Gannon. Nieces & Nephews Taylor, Dylan & Mariah Moore, Levi Crediford, Skyla Sigfussen, Josiah Crediford & Jaylee & Jaxton. As well as parents Julianna Kindlund-Carpenter & Kip Carpenter of Ferndale, siblings Rory & Rheagan Gambini of Custer, Matt Carr of Ho Chi Min City, Vietnam, Kristiana Carpenter of Dalhart TX, Mike Carpenter of Ferndale, Cassinda Carpenter of Bellingham. Omega & Ashley Johnson of Billings, MT, Katie Wilson. Nieces & Nephews Carlee & Chloe Gambini, Rori Carr, Killian McCard, Miles & Mykah Carpenter, Saleen, Eli & Cali Johnson. In laws Gina McDonald, Dennis Dubay, Katelyn Dubay, Nigel, Weston & Evelyn Sherman. As well as many other family members and friends.
He was preceded in death by siblings Josiah Crediford & Makyla Mae Carpenter, Uncles John & Michael & Aunt Tracy Crediford.
A memorial will be held on December 7 at 11AM at the United Church of Ferndale, 2034 Washington St, Ferndale, WA with Reverend Bobbi Virta. We are having a potluck at the memorial and would greatly appreciate anything you would like to bring.
In lieu of flowers please make donations to Jeremiah’s wife Chelsey & their 4 children. Jeremiah did not have life insurance so they will need enough money to pay the rent and bills for at least 3 months until they can get on their feet again. Every little bit helps.
Donations can be given at the memorial or on the gofundme on Facebook
https://www.gofundme.com/f/jeremiah-crediford-memorial-fund?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet&fbclid=IwAR3iIelujKrOxKC3vg16XE3Err0NPsPPI_I6q0hYVHUUawumVHsbGxDuuOoTo plant a tree in memory of Jeremiah Crediford, please visit Tribute Store
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