Jared Hancock’s music producer dies unexpectedly at MA Surefire Studios

FRAMINGHAM – For many, Jared Hancock was an award-winning music producer. But for those who knew him well, he was a dedicated father, uncle, husband and siblings.

Hancock, 39, died Sunday after an accident at his home in Framingham, his sister Julie Stande said Tuesday.

“His children were his whole world,” she said. “He was the best dad. He was the best guy in the world.”

Hancock was the father of five young school-age children, four girls and a boy. He and his wife moved to Framingham in 2017 with an eye for a large backyard for the kids. The backyard had a pool, a trampoline and a lot of other things that made it a great place for kids.

“My son and my sister’s son used to say how much fun it would be to visit Uncle Jared’s backyard,” Stande said.

Authorities said the incident took place around 6 p.m. 6.30pm Sunday at Hancock’s Hiram Road home. The death is under investigation, said police spokeswoman Lieutenant Rachel Mickens.

Hancock grew up in Brockton and became interested in music at a young age. He was a member of his school corps and marching band and also served in the Army National Guard after high school.

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