Condolence & Memory Journal

My uncle was the most funniest person ive ever met. And ever will meet. He had the strength and bravery of a lion. And a heart as sweet as a bunny! I love and miss you everyday! He was one amazing person.

Posted by Makayla Watson - Okx, OK - family   November 05, 2020

Growing up, Jeff's dry sense of humor and unique perspective could - and often did - quite the room, delivered with his knowing grin and followed by laughter as those in the room processed what he had said. He was a born story-teller and a kind soul. Rest easy, Jeff.

Posted by Ron Fitch - MN - Family   June 25, 2018

My deepest condolences Jeff wasn't just a friend he was family to me and always treated me as such.Brandy Billy as well as the whole family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Mandi Wiley Stowers - Orient, IA - Family   June 25, 2018

Dear Jeff, the last time we parted, we hugged. I told you that as a little kid you were my favorite. I will miss not being there for another hug. Rest In Peace. Enjoy the family who has gone before you. Until we meet again...

Posted by Valerie Drake - Fredericksburg, TX - Family   June 24, 2018

RIP Jeff

Posted by Angie Standley - Adel, IA - Acquaintance   June 19, 2018

I lived across the street from Jeff from 6th grade through high school. We walked to school together everyday. I can't help but to chuckle every time I think of him as he would always say something that cracked me up. Even though we didn't keep in contact much as adults, he was one of those friends that I will never ever forget. My condolences to Jerry, Joel, and family.

Posted by Todd Woodard - Urbandale, IA - Friend   June 19, 2018

I knew Jeff most of my life. I grew up with him. Jeff is in a better place with his father Jerry and his mother Frances.
~Steve Hamilton

Posted by Steve Hamilton - Irving, TX   June 19, 2018