Jeremy Pina

1974 ∼ 2019

Denise Wiinikainen of Marstons Mills MA wrote:

Penny and family, LaVerne and Family, and all the Pina family members, Sending my heartfelt condolences to all. Jeremy was loved so much, it was always a pleasure to see him with his contagious smile and those twinkling eyes. May he be wrapped in the light and love of his maker...I am so sorry for everyone's heart break...Penny, I know that there is nothing that will take your pain away...and there are no words to heal your loss as his mother...Jeremy will be sorely missed...God be with you...sending my love to all who loved Jeremy and all those he loved and cherished...Denise Wiinikainen


I'm so totally shocked and saddened by this tragic news for his family, friends and customers. I was just in the shop last Thursday and I brought along a Ali signed boxing glove to show him. I took a picture with his phone and he looked so happy and excited. Heavens grooming just improved significantly. Bless you all.

Edie Viera Nunes of Harwich Ma wrote:

Jeremy you were always so kind to my family and my grandsons always enjoyed talking with you may you rest in peace thoughts and prayers for your family you will truly be missed

Lyn cifelli of Dennisport mass wrote:

So sorry for your loss

Kevin Brouillette of West Dennis Ma wrote:

Your infectious smile and laughter that I have known all these years will be forever in my heart and memory. Rest well my friend. You will be missed.

Chris and Eleanor West Koehler of Dennis Port and Stone Mountain, Georgia wrote:

Jeremy was a positive spirit in addition to being an excellent barber! At my lowest, three years ago when I was thinking that I was living in my last month or so, this sweet and generous man offered to comp my haircut. Of course, I paid, but have never forgotten his kind gesture. Jeremy, you will be missed by so many.

Shauna Byrnes of Dennis Port, MA wrote:

My thoughts and prayers are with all of Jeremy’s family during this very difficult time. I first met Jeremy at the Chatham Dunkin Donuts where I would make his coffee almost every morning. Then, when I met my now husband, I learned that Jeremy cut his hair for over 10 years. We all became better friends. Living behind his shop, I would wave every morning and in passing. There is definitely a void in our community. Our hearts truly hurt. Jeremy, I hope you are resting in paradise. You will be missed by many! God Bless

Marc Quigley of San Diego, CA wrote:

You were one of the first friends I made when I move to the Cape. Always well liked by all, never a frown on your face. I was shocked to hear about one of my closest friends from my High School years had passed. Hoping your family and extended friends find the strength and honor you as time goes on, as I will.

E Shea II of Plymouth, MA wrote:

The world lost another good soul... very sad. RIP pal. Until we meet again. God bless.

Connors Shortis family of Chatham Ma wrote:

Jeremy was the best. One of a kind. Always with a big smile and easy laugh. He had a kind and gentle way with people, extremely patient and easy going especially with kids and families. He had a gift for drawing people out and making them feel comfortable. We are so sad about his passing. Blessings to you and your family.

Patti-Anne (Wescott) Marques of Hyannis, MA wrote:

I am so sorry for your loss. I remember hanging out with Jeremy and Aaron and Penny with my mom Patty at the house in Dennis...Rest in peace old friend

Shauna (Edwards) Inkley of Lancaster, CA wrote:

My heart is so sad and heavy as Jeremy was one of my dad’s best friends for my whole life. I used to get my hair cut by him at the shop which I thought was the coolest thing since I’m a girl! He was so favored by so many and will be missed greatly.

Cindy & John Eldredge of Harwich, Ma. wrote:

My heart goes out to his Mom Penny and all of Jeremy's family! He was in my Cub Scout Den years ago and I loved him and his humor! May precious memories ease the pain of your loss! Prayers for all of you!

Denise Parent of Brewster, MA wrote:

Sending my deepest condolences to Penny, LaVerne, her girls, all of Jeremy’s siblings and the rest of his family during this most difficult time. I can’t begin to imagine how difficult this all must be. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Joannie Roderick of Dennis Port wrote:

It is very heartbreaking to hear of this news. Jeremy will be sadly missed...friendly guy with always a smile to share. My thoughts and prayers are sent to his parents, family & friends.

Missy Barros of Alameda. California wrote:

My condolences to the family. His memory will never be forgotten. Rest in Heaven.

Michael Cibelli of Puerto Plata wrote:

That's to bad.

Lisa Allison of Somerville MA wrote:

I am deeply saddened by Jeremy's passing. He was my father's favorite barber and my childhood friend. Every time we ran into each other in recent years, he greeted me with a huge smile. Remember the good times and continue to share your stories of Jeremy. It is through memories that we keep our loved ones with us and close to our hearts.

Darla DaSilva of Boston MA wrote:

It’s impossible to put in words how sad this is. Jeremy was one of the nicest, gentlest people I ever knew. My deepest sympathy and prayers to his family. He will be missed by so many. Rest In Peace friend

Jason Eldridge of Fall River wrote:

So sorry for your loss, my brother Raymond and him were very close growing up as well as I. He was a great person with a million dollar smile he will be missed very much hope too see u Tuesday .

Pete Monger of West Barnstable Ma wrote:

To Jamie and the entire Pina family my deepest condolences

Angela DuDeVoire of Old Orchard Beach, Maine wrote:

To all of Jeremy’s family, I send my sincerest and deepest sympathy. Jeremy always held a special place in my heart because he was my son, Craig’s friend when they were young kids. I actually stopped in to see him at the Barber Shop a year or so ago, after not seeing him for several years and it was so good to see him and what he had accomplished in his life. He and Craig are now together again up there in heaven. Jenny, the pain of your loss will eventually ease, but it will never go away. Remember all the good times and fun times that you had with Jeremy and that too, will help. My thoughts, my prayers, and my love goes out to you. Angie

Jeann Monterio Jones of Va wrote:

RIP Jeremy

George Chase of New Bedford, MA wrote:

I am so sorry to find out about Jeremy I used to have the gas station across the street when Mike on the shop and Jeremy was working for him Jeremy and I became friends he was one of the friendliest and happy go lucky people I have met in my life he will be surely missed

Dianne Baylis of Yarmouth Port Ma wrote:

Penny, So sorry to hear about Jeremy, he will be sadly missed. He was such a kind soul. Loving memories will help to carry you in such a difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you my friend. Love always Dianne

Shelby Spicer (Davis) wrote:

Jeremy and I went to high school together and I don't ever remembering him ever been mean to anyone, he was a great person to many people and he will be deeply missed by friends, family and especially his children.

Tammy Eldredge-Marks of South Dennis MA wrote:

I was so sad to hear of Jeremy's passing. He was an amazing guy with a smile that lit up the room. Rest Peacefully Jeremy

Kerri Paiva Uebel of Palm coast Florida wrote:

I will miss you Jeremy, heaven has the best barber and beautiful soul! I will hold our high school memories dear to my heart! Condolences to his family and friends!

Henry & Vandilyn Lewis of Hattiesburg, Mississippi wrote:

We are sending sincere condolences and deep hugs to you all. Jeremy has a Beautiful Family that loves him.... he will truly be missed!

Teena Ellis-Downing of Yarmouth MA wrote:

Jeremy, I cannot believe you a gone! I just saw you and you asked about “Ma” and said you were doing good. Looking for another barber to take over a chair at the shop and looking forward to a vacation. This was not the vacation you were looking forward to. I will miss you and your smile. My deepest condolences go out to LaVern and the family. I’m truly sorry for your loss.

Adam marceline of South Yarmouth ma wrote:

Thoughts and prayers to all family and friends. Jeremey meant a lot to people. I never felt fresher and cleaner then after getting my hair cut.God now has the best barber in the world. Hands down. Rip. Jeremey you will be missed. Go eagles!

Marisa McAleer of Salem Ma wrote:

Jeremy, I can’t believe that you are gone. I just found out this sad news. You were always such a good friend with that handsome smile! You could make anybody laugh. We always had so much fun hanging out. You were just such a great guy. Remember you always. ❤️

Heidi J of Cape Cod wrote:

Penny, Aron, Bob&Sandy;, Ginny, Vicki, Brian and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. I had not seen Jeremy in decades but I remember he was an open, loving and kind heart. I am thinking of you all. Take comfort in the love and support of one another at this difficult. Gods Peace and steadfast love be with you

Michael St. George of Scottsdale, AZ wrote:

I’m speechless right now, just speechless. You always had that special glow and I am so happy that I had (and still have) your friendship and that you are one of the few people that I have always felt so close to. I love you my friend! Peace.... until I see you again- Michael

Charbel Rezk of MA wrote:

My thoughts and prayers are with Jeremy’s family. Until we meet again.

Clive Kunesch of Harwich wrote:

Jeremy was exceptional at all he did, except maybe his golf game, but he always gave one hundred ten percent,The way he greeted every customer gave you the feeling you had known him forever,His smile and laugh were infectious,I will miss my friend,my barber,my golf buddy,may you rest in peace. May God bless you and your Family . Your friend Clive

Clive Kunesch of Harwich wrote:

Jeremy was exceptional at all he did, except maybe his golf game, but he always gave one hundred ten percent,The way he greeted every customer gave you the feeling you had known him forever,His smile and laugh were infectious,I will miss my friend,my barber,my golf buddy,may you rest in peace. May God bless you and your Family . Your friend Clive

Joe Crisafulli of Dedham, MA wrote:

My dad Joe Sr. cut hair at Jeremy’s for years before he passed away in 2017. Jeremy was a wonderful, friendly guy. So sad. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I hope Jeremy opens a shop in heaven and they are cutting hair together again!

Jeffrey Baker of South Yarmouth Ma wrote:

I just found out about Jeremy. He was a real friend to anyone that knew him. Rest well brother, till we meet again