Jeremy "Chunk" Dillon Tincher

Jeremy "Chunk" Dillon Tincher

Jeremy “Chunk” Dillon Tincher
Born on May 25, 2000 to Michele Healy Jones and Jeremy Tincher, made his Journey to the other side on January 11, 2018. A wake Monday, January 15th at 7:00pm and funeral Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 at 11:00am services will take place at the Red Whip, Fort Belknap Agency, Harlem, Montana.
Jeremy attended schools in Hays, playing basketball with the Hays Thunderbirds, and he was in his Senior year at the Harlem High School, playing ball with the Harlem Wildcats. Jeremy made plans to enlist in the Marine Corp after he graduated. He was a go getter and a cowboy at heart, who loved the outdoors, riding and taming horses, and was teaching others his horsemanship. Everywhere Jeremy went he always had a smile, kind words and made everyone feel loved, because of these values everyone considered Jeremy family and Jeremy considered others as his family. He was always looking out for his brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, grandmas and grandpas to make sure everyone was okay in his eyes. All the basketball players have a special place in our hearts for Jeremy, as he loved the game of basketball.
Jeremy is survived by Mother – Michele Healy Jones, step-father Thomas Jones, father Jeremy Tincher. Brothers Kolby, Tristan and Julian and his twin sister Autumn, Girl Friend Lanilanee Beaumont. Great Grandmother Theresa Tincher, Grandmothers Pamela Weasel, Gena Weasel, and Bernadette Bede Weasel, Audrey Tincher, Kass Perez, and Kathy Tincher. Grandfathers, Dwayne Tincher, Gerald Manny Healy, Scoot Healy, Jay Tincher. Michael Weasel, Richard Weasel Uncles Mitchell LaVallie, Josh Horn, Jeremiah Horn, Frank FR Crantz, Walter Crantz, Michael Crantz, Cody, Josh, and Dion Tincher. Aunts Nikki, Leslie, Belinda, Vanessa Horn, Davie Weasel and his nephew Ashton Slayde Healy. And all his family, friends in the communities of Hays, Lodgepole and Fort Belknap Agency.
Jeremy will be missed and was loved by all his family.

2 Reviews on Jeremy "Chunk" Dillon Tincher

  1. He blessed us with his kind heart he spent time here with jaizy badroad-mount an had good words for me as a parent my son as a bro,take good care brother,my jj was blessed to have u as a bro

  2. I want to express my deepest condolences for your loss. Something that has always brought me comfort is the promises from our creator Jehovah God. At Rev 21:4 it says, “he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.” Then Acts 24:15 promises we will be reunited with our loved ones we have lost by means of the resurrection. I hope this can bring you comfort as well.

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