Jay Anthony Canedy
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Jay Anthony Canedy
Jay Anthony Canedy
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WILMINGTON- Jay Anthony Canedy, 71, a resident of Route 9 East, died Monday, December 4, at the Vermont Veterans’ Home in Bennington. Mr. Canedy was born in Brattleboro on December 30, 1945, the son of Jean and Mary Jane (Stewart) Canedy. He received his education in Wilmington schools, graduating from Wilmington High School. Mr. Canedy was a small engine repairman for many years. He was a veteran of the US Army serving in Vietnam and Germany and was a member of the NRA. He enjoyed his time in Germany, was an avid outdoorsman, and loved hunting and fishing. He learned photography in New Jersey, and had a collection of cameras and Civil War books. He thoroughly enjoyed his time in the Southwest and dancing to his favorite music, classic rock ‘n’ roll.

Mr. Canedy is survived by his sister Deborah Canedy, of Wilmington; nephews Mark Wetherby, of Knoxville, TN, and Ethan Wetherby, of Vernon; and aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Graveside funeral services for Mr. Canedy with military honors, will be held Saturday, December 9, at 10 am at Riverview Cemetery in Wilmington. There are no visiting hours.

If friends desire gifts in Mr. Canedy’s memory may be made to the Vermont Veterans’ Home Activities Fund, c/o Covey, Allen & Shea Funeral Home, PO Box 215, Wilmington, VT 05363.

To send the family personal email condolences please visit www.sheafuneralhomes.com.
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