Devon Brady Maurer passed away suddenly on November 5, 2020.
Born on September 2,1995, in Livingston, New Jersey, Devon lived in Far Hills before moving to Mendham Township. After graduating from Mendham High School in 2014, Devon began working towards becoming a master plumber.
Devon will be remembered as a selfless, sweet, gentle soul who cherished his family, friends and the great outdoors. He was a loving and loyal son, brother, nephew, cousin, and friend who took every opportunity to help others, and never expected anything in return. Devon was hard-working, talented, determined, and resourceful and he was always eager to share his gifts with anyone who needed his help. He was the kind of person who made everyone feel like they belonged, no matter who they were.
A passionate outdoorsman, Devon was most at home in nature doing what he loved most-- whether it was chopping wood, engineering a new project, building an elaborate fort, collecting trinkets or communing with animals. His perfect day was one spent outdoors with good music, family, and friends.
Devon is survived by his loving parents, Lisa (Brady) Maurer and Paul G. Maurer, Jr. of Chester, NJ, his adoring siblings, Ashlyn Maurer of Philadelphia, PA , and Harrison Maurer of Winooski, VT; his maternal grandparents, Robert and Lori Brady of Far Hills, NJ, his paternal grandparents, Paul G. Maurer, Sr. and Regina Maurer of Hilton Head, SC, his paternal grandmother, Sheila R. Triggs, of Hillsboro, OR. Devon was predeceased by his maternal grandmother, Lynn Patricia Brady, who resided in Far Hills.
Devon is also survived by legions of loving aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, and his beloved pets, Rosco, Tibby, Marley & Cooper,
A socially-distant wake will be held on Monday, November 9th, at The Lamplighter in Chester. Please see the following important details:
1:00-2:00 p.m. Drive Through and pay your respects from a safe distance
2:00-4:00 p.m. Socially distant outdoor opportunity to park and spend some time
In lieu of flowers, donations to Hope One in Devon’s memory would be appreciated.