Jeffrey S. Cusumano Sr.

Sun, 04/14/2024 - 9:00am

Jeffrey Scott Cusumano Sr., 62, of Nobleboro passed away at his residence on April 1, 2024.

He was born June 12, 1961, in Gloucester, Massachusetts to Joseph and Janice (Barter) Cusumano. He grew up in Beverly, Massachusetts and attended Peabody High School. After school, he worked a variety of different jobs to include shipbuilding, carpentry, landscaping, and autobody vehicle repair.

Jeff married Linda Barter on June 26, 1982, and they settled in the Wiscasset/Edgecomb area. Jeff’s career started with shipbuilding but then found his passion, fixing cars. He was very skilled in his craft, a “perfectionist,” and he worked diligently to make a name for himself in the industry.

Jeff enjoyed going to the movies, having family gatherings and barbecues, but was especially in his element when he was around vehicles. Whether it was speaking about cars, attending antique car shows, building model cars, repairing, or helping others with their vehicles.

He was predeceased by his parents and eldest brother Steven.

Jeff is survived by his wife of 42 years Linda; children: Michael Gallagher (stepson) of Bangor; Jeffrey Jr, wife Helena their child Hartford of London, United Kingdom; and Jennifer of Nobleboro; brother Daniel and wife Tammie of Boothbay; William (Billy) of Thomaston; Paul of California; and several nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Funeral services will be held Friday, April 19 at 2 p.m. at the Boothbay Baptist Church, 999 Wiscasset Road in Boothbay. Reception will be held after the service downstairs of the church.

Family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations are made in Jeff’s memory to the Saint Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital by using this link: then choosing Find a Memorial Fund and type Jeffrey Scott Cusumano Sr. in the Honoree or memorial fund name box and then choose search. Once Jeff’s name appears choose Donate Now to donate in his honor.

Arrangements are entrusted to Hall Funeral Home and Crematory, Waldoboro. To extend online condolences, or share a story or photo, visit Jeff’s Book of Memories at