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Dustin Scott Vermeulen

Dustin Scott Vermeulen

May 18, 1984 - May 2, 2020

Dustin Scott Vermeulen, 35, of Pompton Plains, New Jersey , passed away on May 2, 2020. He was born to parents Carol Vermeulen and Donald Vermeulen, on May 18, 1984 in Pompton Plains, New Jersey . <br /> <br /> He graduated from Pompton Lakes High School in 2003. <br /> <br /> He enjoyed motorcycle riding, snowboarding, and spending time with family and friends. . In recent years, he decided he would teach himself how to play guitar. <br /> <br /> Dustin is survived by Carol Vermeulen, mother, Donald Vermeulen, father, Jeanette and John Hobson, sister and brother-in-law, Michael Vermeulen, brother, Jason Vermeulen, brother, Corey Vermeulen, brother, Sandi Vermeulen, sister, and Hunter Veronelli, nephew. <br /> <br /> In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: <br /> Freedom House, www.freedomhousenj.org/, <br /> Mission Teens, www.missionteens.com/. <br /> <br /> To share condolences online, visit Dustin's obituary on BeyondTheDash.com. <br /> <br /> Due to current circumstances, there will be a Celebration of Life in the future at a date and time to be determined.

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    Was very sad to hear of Dustin passing. I remember him well. He always was so sweet and personable whenever I ran into him. Our most sincere condolences. May he rest in the sweetest of peace.
    Donna Saccento May 20, 2020
    I am devastated, heartbroken and speechless about this news and cannot begin to imagine how extremely hard it’s been for you, his family. My heart aches with grief and it’s so hard to accept he is truly gone. It’s so hard to say what Dustin was , because that makes it past tense , and he is not going to be forgotten and will forever hold a very special place in my heart.Dustin was A great, loving , fun, unforgettable person. I’ve hoped and prayed that he was doing ok and that I would somehow see his smile again one day, but life had other plans. With His birthday just passing, I have tears of pain but also memories filled with joy, for me that will be the day I Reflect on the good times , the motorcycle rides, the music he shared that touched my heart just like he did. Words cannot express the sadness I feel that I never even got to hear him play guitar and all the things he will not get to do , but I pray and hope he is at peace and that time will help heal the deep pain.
    Adela May 19, 2020
    I met Dustin in the summer of 5th grade and we were friends since then recently I hadn’t scene him as much as i used to but no matter what he was a friend for life I’m gunna miss you duders till we meet again
    Jon Neal May 09, 2020
    I’m so sorry for your loss. Dustin was always at my house growing up, and non to be a “tough guy” in elementary school. He was always the absolute sweetest with my little sisters. He could never let them down, I even remember a time he let them do his hair and try and paint is nails. Just the sweetest, I’ll never forget him.
    Liz Hayter May 09, 2020
    Been a while since I’ve seen Dustin, but I’m glad he made it out to CA to visit a few times. My sincerest condolences, Carol Corey and Sandy- stay strong for each other thru these tough times.

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    Rachel May 08, 2020
    I remember Dustin as one of the most genuine and nicest people I have ever met. I am so sad that he is no longer here with us. One specific memory that shows his character is - it was a stormy afternoon and I had just hung up the phone with him, he knew that I had to park my car and head into work in the rain. I only had to walk across a parking lot and a street but he decided to surprise me and meet me by my car to drive me across the street. So that I wouldn’t have to walk through the rain.
    I will always miss you Dustin. The world has lost a beautiful soul.
    Stephanie May 08, 2020