Jennifer Dumont Quiet ’86

After a courageous battle with cancer, Jennifer Dumont Quiet of Hopkinton, NH, passed at home on April 5, 2020 with her family by her side. Jen was born on August 16, 1968, in Westfield, MA.
She grew up in Southampton, MA, and was a graduate of the Williston Northampton School, where she excelled in lacrosse and hockey. She went on to receive degrees from the University of New Hampshire and Fitchburg State College. She began a career in social work with special need clients on Cape Cod where she met her devoted husband Mike. In later years, Jen entered the field of education testing and worked with Measured Progress in Dover, NH and Aquifer in Lebanon, NH.
Jennifer was happiest when camping or skiing with her family. She loved long hikes with her favorite dogs and playing music with her friends. She was the ultimate “Mom-Fan”, a side-line regular, proudly cheering for her boys at every game.
She is survived by her husband of 25 years, Michael Quiet; her loving sons Carter and Colby Quiet; her sister Andrea Dumont ’88, brother-in-law Michael Badger and nephew Alex Badger of Westborough, MA; her brother Michael Dumont ’84 of Easthampton, MA her parents Richard and Nancy Dumont of Southampton, MA; in-laws Ed and Merle Quiet of Bradenton, FL, and many supportive aunts, uncles and cousins who loved Jen for the amazing woman she was.
Family and friends will gather at a later date for a celebration of her beautiful life. In lieu of flowers, a go-fund-me scholarship has been established for Carter Quiet, a sophomore at UNH and Colby Quiet, an entering freshman at Keene State. Contributions made to

8 thoughts on “Jennifer Dumont Quiet ’86”

  1. Thank you for sharing but I am soooo sad and shocked to hear this. My heart breaks for her entire family. Prayers to all. Tough year for our class.

  2. My sincere condolences to the Dumont and Quiet families. I did not know her but I know her sister Andrea who was always kind to me at Williston. Rest In Peace.

  3. I am so saddened to hear this news. I played hockey and lacrosse with Jen. She was such a joy to be around. Prayers to her family during this difficult time.

  4. I’m so sad to hear about this. Jen always had a smile on her face, and I have so many wonderful memories of her from our years together at Williston! Thinking of her family with deepest sympathy.

  5. This is so sad to hear. My heart goes out to her family. Jen was always smiling and kind to us, Drea’s friends at Williston. I thought she was amazing then and it sounds like she continued to live an amazing life.

  6. So very sad to hear about my beautiful classmate Jen. My heart goes out to her sons, her husband, and all her family. Keeping you in my prayers

  7. So sorry to hear about Jen’s passing. Sending my condolences and prayers to her family during this time. I’ll always remember her smile and positive nature, she will be missed!

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