Francis E. Barbour lit a candle
Thursday, October 8, 2020
RIP to the most awesome person I ever had the pleasure of calling my Friend. Jeffrey was an inspiration to everyone around him. A friend, advocate, employer, councel, confidant and coworker and consultant. Jeff had a positive impact on any and everyone who crossed his path. No words can describe how much I know he will be missed.
the MassPay Team planted a tree in memory of Jeffrey Gauches
Monday, October 5, 2020
We are thinking of you during this difficult time.
Alex Jeffries posted a condolence
Sunday, October 4, 2020
I'm so sorry to hear of Jeff's passing. I'll always cherish the family get-togethers when we were younger. My thoughts, prayers, and deepest condolences to the family. Love, Alex
Charles Webber posted a condolence
Friday, October 2, 2020
Rest in Piece good sir. I was so glad we got to have a funny chat about grocery stores and how people hold up the line with their EBT cards at the register almost 2 weeks ago. No matter what happened we always remained friends and i will miss giving you a call for those laughs. You were a gem and we really lost a good one in this world. Thats exactly what I thought of when I read this announcement on facebook and posted that. Other then that me and Jeff worked together for 3 years. This world lost someone that they shouldnt have lost. He gave me a key to his house and was a brother to me those 3 years. He would give the shirt off his back if you couldnt find one in your own dresser. He was kind to my kids and my wife. They dont make a lot of people like him in this world and it has became even more of a terrible place without him. Ill miss you old pal and ill be looking for you when i get up there
John E Healy uploaded photo(s)
Friday, October 2, 2020
Jeff was my first friend in Boston. I had just moved to Boston, leaving my family, girlfriend, and friends back in Miami. As soon as that first Friday night rolled around, and nowhere to go, the buyer's remorse on the move to “bean town” set in. Early on in my first semester, I wore a Yankee T-shirt to class and Jeff quickly struck up a conversation with me. Soon thereafter we were constantly hanging out. The Year was 2004... the year the SOX finally broke the curse of the bambino... Later in the semester, Jeff and some other friends made it their mission to teach a Nicaraguan guy from Miami how to snowboard. Jeff’s lessons were simple, taking me to the top of the mountain and telling me "Don't get hurt". Luckily, I squeaked by without an injury, and to this day, I have a love for the mountain that is all thanks to his persistence and patience with me. After Graduation, I moved back home. Although we saw and spoke less often, whenever we would catch up, it was like we were back in his apartment on Mass Ave shooting the breeze about the Yankees. On one of our visits back to Boston, I brought my Fiancé, to go see this bar, The Tap, I had heard so much about. While partying through the late hours, my Fiancé (and her 3-inch heels), slipped and fell on the uneven/wet wood floors. Jeff who was nearby sprang into action and quickly picked her up before her embarrassment could set in. He reassured her, "no one saw, keep dancing" Jeff had a huge heart and was an incredibly loyal friend. I'll miss him terribly and never forget him. My thoughts are with his family and loved ones.
The family of Jeffrey Thomas Gauches uploaded a photo
Thursday, October 1, 2020