Jamie Krajewski, 33, and Tyshon “Chubby” Harper, 17, both originally of Putnam, tragically passed away, Friday, September 16, 2022, in Montville, Ct. They were trying to help someone in a disabled vehicle at the time of their passing.
Jamie worked at Elmbrook Village, as an activity coordinator. Jamie was so full of life; the only thing louder than her voice was the love she so freely gave to everyone in her life, especially, her five beautiful children. Jamie worked hard to give and to be everything to her children. She would help anyone and never asked for anything in return, no matter how much she needed help. Jamie Krajewski was a loud, crazy, loving, fun, and caring one of a kind Mama Bear who will be missed by so many.
Tyshon was an accomplished Clipper athlete, participating in a number of sports including, the W.P.T.P. Junior Football League. He loved football, basketball, and volleyball; he was always a star on the court or field, regardless of the sport. Tyshon also had a love for fishing and dirt bike riding. He was an amazing big brother, son, grandson, nephew, cousin, teammate, and friend. Tyshon always helped those around him, and was his mother’s right-hand man, earning him the title of “Daddy Duck” or “Ducky” for short. He was an all-around outstanding young man and left a mark on everyone who crossed his path. Chubby was a very quiet, kind soul, but his presence was definitely felt wherever he was. He lit up any room he entered.
As hard and tragic as it is to say goodbye to these two amazing, beautiful people at the same time, there is comfort in knowing that they are together in peace.
Jamie and Tyshon are survived by children and siblings, respectively, Javon Harper, Hector Camacho, Janessa Camacho, and Jayliana Camacho. They also leave behind parents and grandparents, Roland Williams and Jennifer Krajewski; siblings and aunts and uncle, Michelle Krajewski, Felicia (Christian) Krajewski, and Roland (Morgan) Krajewski; grandparents and great-grandparents, Joan and Richard Mayo, and Paul Krajewski; as well as many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins, including adored cousin, Sharod Pipkin.
Tyshon is also survived by his life-long best friend and cousin, Alonzo Henries, who was always there for him, even in his last moments; his birth father Oscar Harper; grandparents, William Harper and Doris Pipkin; aunts Latasha (Jonathan) Lefebvre and Breanna (Cassidy) Sauco; and uncles Troy Pipkin and Tyrone Harper.
Jamie and Tyshon are predeceased by nephew and cousin, Jozari Ramos; and spouse and step-father, Tyrell Hightower.
Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Jamie and Tyshon’s families from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm, on Saturday, September 24, 2022, in Dougherty Brothers Funeral Home,595 Norwich Road, Plainfield, CT. Services have been entrusted to the Gilman Funeral Home and Crematory, Putnam, CT.