Webster man dies in Manchester car crash

Monitor staff
Monday, July 31, 2017

A Webster man died in the early morning hours on Monday in a single-car crash in Manchester.

Police said Kevin Jenovese, 42, veered off the roadway while traveling south on the Londonderry Turnpike about 4 a.m. and crashed into a tree, about 100 yards from the Hooksett-Manchester line.

Jenovese had already died by the time police arrived on the scene, according to a Manchester Police Department press release. The crash remains under investigation by the agency’s traffic unit collision reconstruction and analysis team.

Jenovese, who worked several years at the Freihofer’s Bakery Outlet in Hooksett, had epilepsy and was a cancer survivor, according to his obituary. He was born in Concord and graduated from Merrimack Valley High School.

He liked hip-hop and rap, and he frequently shared songs on his public Facebook page, along with funny internet memes. Jenovese also loved to visit the Foxwoods resort and casino in Connecticut, according to his obituary.

He is survived by his parents and five siblings.

(Lola Duffort can be reached at 369-3321 or lduffort@cmonitor.com.)