Eric E. Usinger of Tilton, New Hampshire, born in New Haven, Connecticut, passed away on May 26, 2023, at the age of 57. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, May 31st, 2023 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the Smart Memorial (584 W Main St, Tilton, NH 03276).
Eric was a teacher at Coe-Brown Northwood Academy, he was described as the funniest, most caring, and most dedicated teacher one could have ever had.
Abby Fenerty a Facebook user paid tributes to Eric Usibger on Sunday, May 28, “I can’t even begin to put into words how upsetting this loss is. Mr. Usinger was the funniest, most caring and dedicated teachers I had ever had. From him coining my nickname ”Thundercat” to always being there to listen. He was one of a kind and I, like many others, will miss him so much. My heart aches for the CBNA Community, and his family. He was a bright light, and forever will be.”
Sally Higgins Brown, Eric’s classmate wrote, ” Just found another classmate passed away we were in band together and quite a few classes we graduated together. Really nice guy can’t believe it. Totally unexpected to me in high school he was a good kid not into the drugs alcohol scene. Fly high Eric Usinger I will fondly remember you especially when a band marches by. So sad bad week for conval grads we will meet again rip. class of ‘84.”
Eric Usinger former student, Lily Veneron took to social media to pay tributes to him, “To my favorite teacher, mentor, comedian, therapist, and overall person, thank you for being everything an extraordinary teacher is. The impact you’ve had on me in the 4 years I have known you is immeasurable. I am forever indebted to having you as my teacher, and for showing me how much fun math really is. I was just about to come visit you too. This life works in the most mysterious ways, and I’m tremendously saddened to hear this news. I will never forget the famous “have a good weekend, don’t get arrested…” after a hard week. You had the best spirit and I’m so glad I got to know you. I’ll miss our walks and talks. Love you always, Mr. Usinger. Rest easy goat.”