James E. Jennette

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James E. Jennette of Brockton formerly of East Bridgewater died unexpectedly on January 2, 2021 in the Good Samaritan Hospital in Brockton at the age of 35.

James was born in Stoughton and was raised and educated primarily in Brockton and East Bridgewater graduating from East Bridgewater High School. James was a talented auto mechanic and currently worked for Monro Auto Service and Tire Center in Brockton. 

James enjoyed repairing and building cars, gaming and rebuilding computers. He had a great smile and a quick wit.

Son of Cheryl A. (Flint) Bowers and the late Alton M. Jennette, Jr.

James is survived by his Grandmother Deanne Flint, brother Jon Jennette, sisters Lisa Robinson and Jessica Jennette, Step-Mother Paula Jennette, his girlfriend Madison Howes, nieces Kayla Perry and Janay Winston, nephews Jon Jennette, Jr., Blake Jennette and Kingston Robinson, great nephew Bentley Ward along with several Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, extended family and friends.

Visiting hours with Covid -19 restrictions will be held in the East Bridgewater Prophett-Chapman Cole & Gleason Funeral Home 35 Spring Street Bridgewater East Bridgewater Friday January 15th from 10:00am to 12 Noon.  

 A private burial will follow. 


Friday, January 15, 2021
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Prophett-Chapman, Cole & Gleason-East Bridgewater
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Being held privately.

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