Geoffrey Howard Tague was born September 6th, 1957. On August 24, 2020, at 62 years of age, Geoff moved on to be with family members in Heaven; Father Dorsey G. Tague Jr., Mother Florence Marie Tague, Aunt Mary Ann Tague, and beloved Cousin Laura Ann Tague.
Known to many as Geoffy, the Goo-Man, Uncle Jeppy, Who-are-you-again? Shred-Daddy and Quay, Geoffrey has always been there to make people laugh; he never missed a beat. He helped others before himself and will be remembered for his genuine smile and compassion.
Geoffrey, the owner of Three Village Painting and Restoration, was forever proud of his hard work and accomplishments. He took pride in all he did, was a man of honor and steadfastly lived up to his obligations. Geoffrey had a passion for historic paint restoration and many of his projects can be found in the Village of Port Jefferson, LI, NY. Every home, church and historic building he worked on was done with a dedication to perfection.
In Geoffrey’s youth, he was best known as a fearless high-diver at the Stony Brook Swim & Racquet Club and for his red-hot Firebird in High School. Geoffrey was a superstar in gymnastics and baseball, playing catcher to his brother Dorsey’s pitching, and rocked a paper route, making his sisters help with the Sunday edition. He and his brother shared a life-long laugh over Bugs Bunny and Looney Tunes. Geoffrey was a lefty with a strong passion for golf; not only did he love to watch golf but enjoyed swinging the clubs.
Geoffrey is survived by his loving brother Dorsey G. Tague III, Sister-in-Law Katherine Tague, twin sisters Suzanne A. Thorpe, Husband, Ken Thorpe and Sandra Tague Osman; his loving goddaughter/ niece Ashley N. Tague, and nieces Alixandra Osman, Amanda Orcutt and Olivia Florence Tague; his nephews Evan Osman, Ryan Thorpe, Daniel J. O’Connell III and Dorsey G. Tague IV; Geoffrey’s Felix to his Oscar, best friend Daniel J. O’Connell Jr. and brothers-in-law, Mark R. and David Osman. Geoffrey also leaves behind so many others that meant the world to him, colleagues, friends and admirers; more than he ever believed possible. Services to be held on Saturday, August 29, 2020 from 4-8pm at Branch Funeral Home, 551 Route 25A, Miller Place, NY. Virtual viewing available at
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Geoff’s honor to the Three Village Historical Society,
Please wish Geoffrey God Speed on his way to that Golden Golf Course in the sky.



Visitation: August 29, 2020 4:00 - 8:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A

Service: August 29, 2020 7:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A

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  1. He is making them laugh in heaven. That crazy laugh that I have remembered since the 7th grade. Crazy nutjob. Rest In Peace old pal.

  2. They say you never forget your first love….
    RIP Geoff-er-eee ❤
    My heartfelt condolences to the Tague family and friends.

  3. The joy you gave will live on – in so many hearts. I will always cherish the memories I have of you. See you on the other side.

  4. To my dear friend Geoff, I miss you and will keep you in my heart forever. You were very special. I always looked forward to our annual Christmas gatherings. You always made me laugh.

  5. From the Racket Club to Sod Farm Baseball / Football games, High School Antics, California Dreaming, Buckets of Beers and Clams at Gladstone’s in Malibu. The Memories and Laughter are many although some a little hazy. These memories I will hold forever. Rest In Peace my Freind.

  6. candleGeoff (Co-Captain) – you will be missed by so many but I thank God for having had the opportunity to be your friend… so many memories and so much laughter!

  7. Cheers to a brother-in-law whom I love like a blood brother! Enjoy your angel wings – until we meet again.
    You will be greatly missed and never forgotten, Bro Heavy G — we all love you!
    God bless all who knew this Man with the greatest sense of humor and his forever youthful spirit.

  8. A friend I’d lost touch with
    and now regret, always an upbeat person, and always wining to lend a hand, and a great sense of humor, he’ll be missed greatly.

  9. Just saw the sad news about Geoff’s passing, such a blow and so sorry. He was a pal from Ward Melville and reacquainted when I moved to Bretton Woods in Coram some years later. I loved his corny jokes and his super sweet personality. Always there for his friends. Lost touch when I moved to Florida, but will always remember his kind heart. Dorsey, condolences to you and the family.

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