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Jeffrey N. Vigna, 64

ADAMS, Mass. —  Jeffrey Nicholas Vigna, 64 of Adams, MA died on Thursday July 4, 2024, at Berkshire Medical Center.

Jeffrey was born in Springfield, MA on March 7, 1960, the son of the late Joseph Nicholas Vigna and Elaine (Bouchard) Vigna. He attended Adams schools and graduated from Hoosac Valley Regional High School the class of 1978. He went on to obtain his commercial aviation mechanic’s license at East Coast Aero Tech. After which Jeff pursued his passion as a self-employed business owner where he owned and operated Pro-Sand floor sanding for many years. He also had a passion for all types of carpentry and recently took up the hobby of target shooting, becoming a member of the NRA and the Cheshire Rod & Gun Club. Jeff enjoyed riding his Harley Davidson, “Chaboo”, which he took for long rides both solo and at times with friends seeing many beautiful parts of this country to include the Harley Davidson factory in Milwaukee. He loved his music both Reggae and Grateful Dead, attending many concerts of both genre’s. Jeff had a huge heart and was always willing to help a friend in need. He will be missed by all that knew him. He was a communicant of the former St. Thomas Aquinas Church.

Survivors include his son, Matthew (Crystal Bleau) Roberts of North Adams, his good friend Ann Atwell of Adams, along with two brothers, Stephen J. (Teresa) Vigna of Adams and David A. (Sara Fox) Vigna of Tampa, FL. He also leaves a niece, Madison Vigna Eross and husband Zoli and their newly born daughter, Skylin of Plymouth MA. along with two nephews and a niece, Max and Logan Vigna, and Tristiney Curry also of Tampa FL. and special ties to Vivianna Belanger of North Adams, MA.

FUNERAL NOTICE: A Graveside Service for Jeffrey Vigna will be held on Friday July 12, 2024, and at 10:00 AM in Bellevue Cemetery in Adams, MA. All are welcome. The family invites you to leave any stories or special memories on Jeff’s personal Facebook page as a form of a digital memorial. To add to the Book of Memories, please visit

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Our hearts are so deeply saddened to hear about Jeffrey's passing. Know that our love and prayers are with you always but especially now.
from: Jimmy & Valarie Bouchard on: 07-12-2024

I met Jeff, back in the late 90's, as he did custom hardwood floors for a business my brother in law owned. This was right after he bought his brand new Harley Davidson, which he named "Chaboo". I told him it had been a while since I last rode. I sold my bike before having back surgery in 94. Jeff volunteered his prized Harley and let me take it for a ride. He never asked me where I intended to go, or how long I thought I might be. I had a friend I've known my entire life, who had multiple Harley's. NOT ONCE did he ever let me ride his precious bike. That one act of letting me ride his brand new bike told me Jeff's character and integrity. We remained friends ever since. Jeff is one of, if not the best friend, I've ever had. He will be missed greatly.
from: Rich Holmeson: 07-11-2024

Having grown up with Jeff, I can honestly say he was the true definition of a friend. Through the years we maintained contact and in the past few years we were able to attend some fine musical events and always enjoyed each others company. He loved to tease me about bringing my own creamer to the Corner Lunch where we often met for breakfast! Jeff will be missed and thought of with great fondness. My sincere condolences to his family.
from: Linda Eichorn Wootenon: 07-11-2024

I’ve known Jeff since high school he’s a great person to be around. We’re gonna miss him a whole bunch. Wish the family well.
from: Shaun Freitag on: 07-11-2024

I’ve known Jeff since high school. He was a great person to be around. I really enjoyed our trip to Colorado, Will always miss him.
from: Shaun Freitagon: 07-10-2024

Jeff was an awesome friend and classmate. Growing up the street from him we would hangout every now and then. He's now in Heaven riding with his buddy Tom Snow R.I.P. my friend
from: Keith E. Bushon: 07-10-2024

Jeff and I grew up together on Burt Street . We spent a lot of time together growing up with all the Renfrew boys. We were all like brothers. We would all get together early in the morning and stay together until dark riding bikes, playing baseball, Kick the Can or any other Mischief we could get into.
You will be missed brother, sleep easy.
from: Michael Tanguay on: 07-09-2024

I’m so sad to learn of Jeff’s death. He was a good friend to my late daughter & fun to be around. My sincere condolences to his family.?
from: Diane Parsonson: 07-09-2024

Hey buddy wherever your riding now keep the rubber side down and the shiny side up! You are missed tremendously!
from: Friendon: 07-08-2024

I’m so sorry to hear of Jeff’s passing. Jeff was a good friend and a great guy to work with.
RIP Jeff
from: Paully Kozik on: 07-08-2024

Sincere condolences to Jeff’s family. He was a sweet guy, and always made us laugh and was always welcome when he came into our shop. Rest easy Jeff.

Tom, Pat & Mike Decker
from: Tom Deckeron: 07-08-2024