The Jeremy D. Stovall SPLURGE Foundation was created to continue Jeremy’s legacy. Part of the SPLURGE Foundation's mission is to provide a measure of financial relief by granting Perseverance Scholarships to (3) graduating seniors from Belleville High School in Belleville, MI, with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. The students must be enrolled in a 2-4 year college or university and registered for a minimum of 12 credit hours. We pray that this award will help them to pursue their dreams and establish their own legacies.
We are the family of Jeremy David Stovall, a remarkable and beloved young man who left this world far too soon. He was a man who exhibited faith, hope, and love, and would light up any room he entered. He was always positive and always encouraged others to reach their full potential. Jeremy was a proud 2011 graduate of Belleville High School, located in Belleville, Michigan. He was also a co-owner of Crafted Beanery coffee shop in downtown Belleville.
Jeremy knew the value of higher education. He attended North Carolina Agricultural & Technical University, where he studied Applied Mathematics, and later received a bachelor degree in Supply Chain Management. He went on to a career as a supervisor at the Stellantis Jefferson North Assembly Plant.
Although Jeremy was a go-getter chasing his dreams, he knew he had a bigger purpose. As he so eloquently stated, “I’m only on this earth to love, give, uplift, and inspire.” Tragically, Jeremy’s efforts were cut short by a drunk driver on January 26, 2020. Because of the way Jeremy lived his life and the testimonials we have received from friends, family, and his co-workers, we know that he was truly living out those principles.