Dexheimer, John Edward

John Edward Dexheimer, of Farmington and Fenwick Connecticut, died Saturday in a tragic accident. He was 62. A Connecticut businessman, John was most recently the president and owner of Regal Supply and previously served as chief executive officer of Argo Industries. An avid sailor and skier, John loved the shores of Connecticut and winters in Vermont almost as much as he adored his family. John graduated from Norwich University. John is survived by his loving wife of 36 years, Elizabeth Godbout Dexheimer, his son, John Farrell Dexheimer, daughter, Elizabeth Anne McLeish, son-in-law, Watson Monroe McLeish, parents, Martin and Jean Dexheimer, three sisters, Amy Dexheimer Barrett (Lee), Janice Dexheimer Place (Charlie) and Laura Dexheimer Balsewicz (Donald), many dear friends, cousins, nieces, nephews and in-laws.

Calling Hours

Funeral Service

The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated Saturday (Sept. 10) in the Church of St. John on 161 Main Street in Old Saybrook at 10:30 a.m. 

Burial

The burial will be private. 

Memorial Contribution

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in honor of John to the Pettipaug Sailing Academy at P.O. Box 372, Essex.

5 Responses to 'Dexheimer, John Edward'

  1. June Kish says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with the Dexheimer family during this very difficult time. May you find comfort in your memories and take time for yourselves as you grieve.

  2. Patrick F. Tria says:

    My heart reaches out to John’s entire family.

    Pat Tria
    NU 1977

  3. Cissy & Paul Marks says:

    Dexheimer family, we are so terribly sorry for your loss. It’s a tragedy beyond words. We are sending much love and prayers your way .

  4. George Conyngham says:

    the folks at Eastern PA Supply Co pass on condolences to John’s wife, Elizabeth and his family. Truly a great guy.
    George Conyngham
    Donald Conyngham
    Ren Schuler
    Gary Jones
    David Haines
    Rick Timchack

  5. David Haines says:

    I knew John from our ARGO days. He was a good man. I have many fond memories of sales calls and trade shows at EPSCO. God bless John and his family

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