September 11, 1982 ~ May 8, 2022

Born in: Elizabethtown, KY
Resided in: Caneyville, KY

Jeremy Lynn Fegett, age 39 of Caneyville passed away Sunday, May 8, 2022, in Morgantown. He was born on September 11, 1982, in Elizabethtown, the son of Jerry Lynn and Teresa Renee Mingus Fegett.

Jeremy was a family man. His family meant everything to him, and he enjoyed spending time with them and his two dogs, MooMoo and Midnight. In his spare time, he loved the outdoors, especially fishing and hunting.

Left to honor Jeremy’s memory are his wife, Amanda Gibson Fegett; three sons, Jaden Fegett, Conner Fegett, and Trey Wieber; one daughter, Catelyn Wieber; his mother, Teresa Renee Mattie; and eight siblings, Amber Perry, Brandy Zeltner, Heather Martin, Destiny Parrett (Andrew), Rachel Comstock (Josh), Jerrica Schobelock (Blain), Emilio Putton and Kayla Bowling (Ketton); and his step-mother, Sherrie Fegett.

He was preceded in death by his father, Jerry Lynn Fegett.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am Sunday, May 15, 2022, at Rough River State Park.

Caneyville Memorial Chapel is both honored and privileged to be entrusted with the care of Mr. Fegett. Share your messages of condolence for the family of Jeremy Fegett and sign his virtual guestbook below.

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  1. Dearest Teresa
    I have no words that will help ease the pain. Nolan and I have walked the path you’re walking. Losing our children is unbearable. We’re here. Know prayers will continue ALWAYS. Love Jo & Nolan

  2. Praying for you and your family, man. So glad we got to see each other at the family reunion. You’ll always be loved and missed my brother.

  3. You were loved by so many and you will be missed by many you lived your life to the fullest and on the edge you always made somebody smile somebody laugh you’re amazing person and I’m glad that you were a part of my life brother form another mother..
    He put his arms around you
    And lifted you to rest.
    God’s garden must be beautiful
    He always takes the best
    My condolences 💐 love y’all so so much

  4. Love you guys, I’m here if any of y’all need me. Love and deff Gunna miss you cuzo, your were always a heck of a guy Jeremy 🙁 say hi to Uncle Jerry for me and I love 💕 u

  5. Amber,
    I am so sorry for the loss of your dear brother. I know your heart is broken and I am praying for some peace for you and your family and his friends. You’ll miss him every day, but you have memories that will outlast time and when searching for him, just place your hand over your heart. He will always be there. Much love to you, my dear friend. I can’t fix your broken heart, but I send you my love and prayers. 🙏

  6. Jeremy i was glad to have you as a friend, brother you was such an amazing person with a ❤ of gold. Would have done anything for anyone. This place is not gonna be the same since you are no longer here with us I will always love and miss you bro. Till we see each other again fly high brother and you will be on my mind and heart every single day .

  7. RIP Jeremy! Gone but not forgotten! Your smile could light up a room, and your laughter was contagious. Fly High!

  8. My heart goes out to your family. The hurt they feel is deep. You were so much to so many. Till we see you in the next life, watch over us all.

  9. Our deepest sympathies go out to Jeremy’s entire family. My son is married to his sister, and I have always considered the Fegett’s to be family. Jeremy was a wonderful, down to earth guy with an infectious laugh. We don’t understand why God called him home so early, but I can just imagine the smile on Jerry’s face and the twinkle in his eyes as he walked forward to hug his beloved son and welcome him to Heaven. We are left behind with the pain of living without our loved ones, but we WILL see them again. Until then they will watch over us with love.

  10. Jeremy all I know to say is I haven’t seen you for a few years but we still talk often online and we talked about getting together and hanging out but we never did do it. I just want to say to your family God bless all of you and I know the feeling I lost my fiance in January of a brain tumor at 30. So I know exactly how you feel just in a different kind of way I guess if that makes sense I met Jeremy in Hardin county we worked in a kitchen together I was the prep cook he was a cook and we just became friends I know he always had that smile on his face he was always joking around great guy, I don’t think there was anyone I could ever remember that he disliked I guess if he did he kept it to himself but I’m pretty sure he got along with everyone anyway I just want you to know I love you bro and I hope you see all the love that everyone has for you because I’ve seen it and I don’t even know anyone that you know I just knew you but I’ve looked through your page and your family’s pages and you got so many people that love you bro and I know you got to be smiling down because you always smiling. I don’t want to ramble on a bunch of nothing I just wanted to pay my respects and let you know I’m thinking about you you’re my homie and I’m assuming God had to have an important role to be filled and that’s why he called you home. God bless everyone

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