Jeremy Arias Death – Dead : Jeremy Arias Obituary : Cause of Death Unknown.
“County Exec Gardner on Twitter: “Shocked & saddened to learn of the passing of @frednewspost reporter Jeremy Arias. Among his work, Jeremy wrote a series following @FCDFRS Recruit Class 21 & articles about the impact of opioids on our community. Through his writing, Jeremy made a difference in Frederick County. ”
Shocked & saddened to learn of the passing of @frednewspost reporter Jeremy Arias. Among his work, Jeremy wrote a series following @FCDFRS Recruit Class 21 & articles about the impact of opioids on our community. Through his writing, Jeremy made a difference in Frederick County. pic.twitter.com/sNfzZ7CT2v
— County Exec Gardner (@JanGardnerExec) September 2, 2020
Just found out the world lost a dedicated local journalist and unforgettable soul much too soon. I worked with Jeremy Arias at the now-closed Gazette local newspapers in Maryland, our first jobs out of school. https://t.co/dnrX08Phv1
— Amber Phillips (@byamberphillips) September 2, 2020
Here’s a way to honor the life of @frednewspost reporter Jeremy Arias, who died at age 34. I didn’t know Jeremy personally, but seemed like a good person with a passion for local news. The paper’s Twitter account is full of great stories about him. I’m gutted for the FNP newsroom https://t.co/OPeaS56uSj
— Pamela Wood ☀️ (@pwoodreporter) September 2, 2020
Frederick County Health Department wrote
We are saddened to hear of the recent death of Jeremy Arias. Jeremy covered many of our stories on the opioid epidemic and kept us well informed about our community. He will be missed.
St. John Barned-Smith wrote
Before I moved to Texas, I worked at the Gazette, a small, tight-knit weekly newspaper in suburban Maryland. Jeremy Arias was the cops reporter, a crusty, profane, no-nonsense reporter with an unforgettable sense of humor. He died this week, at 34.
Paul W. Gillespie wrote
I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of Jeremy Arias. 34 is way too young. While I didn’t know him, just from the replies, I can tell he was loved and appreciated by many. You are all in my thoughts.
Jasmine Pelaez wrote
I am so incredibly saddened to hear about the passing of Jeremy Arias. I found myself chatting with him during several stories over the last three years. I’ll remember his unique humor and journey for the perfect man bun. Rest In Peace.
I’m so sorry for the loss of your good friend and colleague. Seeing a lot of remembrances of Jeremy Arias today and while I never knew him, it’s apparent he was fiercely loved and respected and will be forever missed. RIP.
— Stephanie Sigafoos (@ssigafoos) September 2, 2020