Condolence & Memory Journal

May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always. Hosea 13:14

Posted by K F    April 23, 2018

Sorry to hear of Jeff's passing Sue.
May you and your Family find peace in the coming days.

Joe Hamway

Posted by Joe Hamway - Long Valley, NJ - Friend   March 15, 2018

Dear Sue,
I just learned of Jeff's passing. All my love to you, your boys and their families. Jeff is one of my oldest and closest friends! Growing up in Newton Park was really something, we had fun all the time. I miss the hunting trips, the football games, the music. God Bless you and your family and remember his laugh and since of humor.
Wayne PeeWee Blamire

Posted by A friend   December 06, 2017

As we remember Jeff - he was kind hearted, a sweet guy, we have great memories when we lived in Newton Park, playing football and we all loved to hear him play his guitar. He was a great story teller. Keeping his family and friends in our hearts and prayers.
With our love and deepest sympathy,

Dee Dee, Wayne and Donna (Blamire)

Posted by A friend   December 05, 2017

Sue, Tim and Kyle...........Pati and I saw Jeff just a month ago or so and he was asking about land out by us and was looking forward to a new chapter in his life. We heard about his illness on Thursday and I said that I needed to call but I didn't, I really wish I had. I know he loved his family very much spoke about you guys every time that I saw him. Great guy good family his memory will be ever present.

Mike & Patti Jo Fee

Posted by Mike Fee - Suffolk, VA   December 04, 2017

Dear Jeff, We had some great childhood times between Campostella Heights and Newton Park. Even through we when to different high schools, you to Indian River & me to Oscar Smith, we were there for each other. You were truly a good friend and were a key piece in the direction my life path took. I miss your music. I miss you. Love, your oldest childhood friend.

Posted by "Sam" Arleen Garnett White - Smithfield, VA   December 02, 2017

Prays to the family. I will miss your laugh and the mountain stories you could tell. I have never known anyone that loved his family like Jeff did. I will miss the Hey Bud and You Ain't Right he would always direct at me. I will miss you and will always hold you dear in my heart. Fly close with your Angel Wings but like you would tell me Do Not Crash and then you would laugh.

Posted by Juanita Babb - SUFFOLK, VA   December 01, 2017

I have known Jeff for the past 11 years through his work in the Electrical Industry. We became good friends.
Jeff was a good family man who was always willing to assist those in need. He will be truly missed.
May God bless.

Posted by Paul Bass - Richmond, VA - friend   November 29, 2017

Worked with Jeff at a couple of different places thru the years, saw him just about a month ago, he looked good and seemed happy, he was a sweetheart of a guy, will miss him, RIP JC"

Posted by JIMMY YENSEN - CHESAPEAKE, VA   November 27, 2017


Posted by Margaret Adams - Anniston, AL   November 26, 2017

Sue, Crystal and I will keep you and your family in our prayers.
We are so sorry.

Posted by Tim White - Virginia Beach, VA   November 26, 2017

Jeff left an indelible impression on everyone that got to know him..especially me,back in the mid 70's.Met him working part time at Price's Inc.I was a service writer,he was a tech. What a character.From a house off of Tidewater Dr.,To his home off Wilson Rd with Susan. Then life does what it does if you're foolish enough to let it...we went in different direction's.I'm so sorry to learn of his passing.I'll never forget Jeff for one reason...he introduced me to the genius of Frank Zappa. Thank you for that ,Jeff...and for being a buddy to me so long ago. Rest in peace,Nanook.

Posted by Rick Williams - Norfolk, VA   November 26, 2017

Posted by Rick Williams - Norfolk, VA   November 26, 2017