Jamie Shea Tufts, aka "Pete" to family members; aka "Jamie Blue Eyes or Beautiful" to her husband Rick Sargent; "Mom" to her daughters, Devlyn Faith Sargent and Taylor Tufts (Burdette) and husband, Stephen Burdette, of Effingham, N.H.; "Grammy" to her first granddaughter, Arya Cera Burdette, seven months old; "Dancing Queen" to her big brother, Zac Tufts and wife, Hannah Tufts, of Center Tuftonboro, N.H.; and "Sparkle Queen" to all her jewelry friends.

Jamie Shea Tufts

Jamie meant so much to so many.

Jamie was 37, of Center Tuftonboro, and passed on Nov. 13, 2019, after a three-week battle that left her heart too weak to keep fighting.

She is survived by her parents, Mick Tufts and Kim Sembler Tufts; one big brother, Zac Tufts; her husband, Rick Sargent; her two daughters, Devlyn Faith Sargent and Taylor Tufts Burdette and her husband, Stephen Burdette; and first granddaughter, Arya Cera Burdette.

Jamie also left behind 324 pounds of sterling silver, 1,982 fake fingernails and a mountain of yard sale finds, that would bring her so much joy to lavish on her friends and family. She also left behind so many broken hearts.

Jamie Shea Tufts

Jamie received her associates degree in criminal justice, worked for years at Carroll County Jail, Department of Corrections. She also had worked for years at Strafford County Jail, in both corrections and administration.

Celebration of life is scheduled for Nov. 24 at the Masonic Temple of Wolfeboro at 35 Trotting Track Road Wolfeboro, NH 03894 noon to 4 p.m.

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