Jeremy Martin Kanooth
1976 - 2020
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August 9, 1976 ˜ June 16, 2020

Jeremy Martin Kanooth passed away on June 16, 2020, at the age of 43 years. He was born August 9, 1976, in Vancouver, Clark, WA, to Paul (Tom) and Jeannie Kanooth. Jeremy lived the majority of his life in Clark County. Jeremy graduated from Washougal High School in 1994 and graduated with honors in the top ten of his class. He went on to receive his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Washington State University at Salmon Creek in 2000.
He was employed by the City of Vancouver for 11 years and by Clark County for 6 years.
Jeremy attained his Eagle Scout in 1994 and served a two-year mission in Pittsburgh, PA for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
On June 20, 1998, Jeremy married Andrea White in the Portland Oregon Temple and resided in Brush Prairie, WA, with his wife and two daughters at the time of his death.
He enjoyed hunting, being with family and friends and traveling with family.
Jeremy is survived by his parents, Paul (Tom) and Jeanne Kanooth; wife, Andrea and two daughters, Alexandra (Ally) and Kaitlyn Kanooth of Brush Prairie; sisters, Lairen Kanooth of Washougal, Kierstin (Wes) Mulligan of Lincoln, CA and Becky (Steve) Brooks of Nampa, Idaho; brothers, Aaron (Katie) Kanooth of La Center, WA and Leif (Rachel) Kanooth of Clarkston, WA; and 25 nieces and nephews.
Jeremy was laid to rest in the Washougal Memorial Cemetery on Friday, June 26th. A memorial service will be announced at a later date.
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Published in The Columbian on Jun. 28, 2020.
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July 10, 2020
Deepest condolences to you and your family at this time in your life and know that others are praying for you for your heart and for jesus name i pray...amen
All my love mia
Mia cameron
July 6, 2020
I met Jeremy when I started working at the City in 2004. Jeremy and I worked closely together on many projects. Even more than his professionalism, he was a great guy! We talked about kids and family, being outdoors and his love of his dogs. He was so funny and could always make you laugh. I was so heartbroken to learn of his passing. There are so many that will miss him. He left way to early. My deepest condolences to his family. I pray your memories and the love you shared provide you comfort and strength.
Christine Smith
July 5, 2020
I met Jeremy when I first came to work at the City of Vancouver in the Parks Dept. He was so easy to tease and had such a quick wit and great sense of humor; he was a lot of fun to work with. I most enjoyed his laugh and smile. I was shocked and heart broken when I heard the news of his passing. He was a kind, gentle, superbly good man. Such a loss for the family I am sure. My deepest condolences.
Julie Cleveland
July 2, 2020
Rest in peace my friend.
Mark Holbrook
July 2, 2020
Im so grieved to hear of Jeremys passing. My deepest condolences to the entire Kanooth family, and especially to his parents, wife and two daughters. I went to high school with Jeremy and enjoyed connecting with him thru basketball and mutual friendships. He was always smiling and friendly.
Chris Webberley
July 1, 2020
Having known the Kanooth family for decades, we realize Jeremys passing is a terrible void to each of his friends, extended family, siblings, and his devoted parents. We extent our deepest sympathy to each one of this wonderful familyMay you find peace and solace in your faith.
Throop Family
July 1, 2020
Jeremy, we all miss you more than words can even begin to express. We miss your infectious smile, your keen wit and your sincere heart. You encouraged me to believe in what I have to contribute to our team and to others. You made me smile, laugh and think about things in a way I hadn't looked at before. I am truly blessed to have known you while you were here. In the words of a favorite hymn - "Until we meet again".
Laura Hoggatt
June 30, 2020
I met Jeremy while on his mission in Pittsburgh, PA. He changed our lives forever. And he became a lifelong family friend. He and my dad were the closest of friends. We will miss you Jeremy, but, my Dad is enjoying your time with him now. I am so sorry for his loss and my condolences for Andrea and the girls and his entire family.
Christi Hilty-Hay
June 29, 2020
So saddened by this news. Jeremy was a great person and will be missed. May his family find peace in their faith.
Brent Waddle
June 29, 2020
We will miss you Jeremy.
Jana Wilson
June 28, 2020
I love you Jeremy and will miss you
Lairen K.
June 28, 2020
I miss you so much and i wish I could come over and we could wrestle like we used to! You were my friend, my sounding board and my blood. I pray you are with all of the family we have that has passed on before us and you feel happy and most of all at peace! When we meet again, we will both be anxiety free, and have no more torments or worries! You are now my guardian angel! I love you
Kelli Parker
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