Just sitting here tonight, listening to some awesome Christian songs, and so missing you. My comfort is that you have comfort. You have moved on from the regrettable pain that was in your life until you went to your peace.
We will make sure, to our extent possible, that Vicki is okay. This said, your departure leaves a major void that we will do the best we can until we are able to hug you again, in the glory of Christ, our Lord & Saviour ...
With much love ...
I wanted you to know what it meant to me to have someone like Jeff to work with over the years. We both started with Miami Elevator and it must have been in the stars for us to come together here in Denver, CO. Jeff's commitment to his family, friends, his field guys, knowledge of the industry and willingness to help anyone always impressed me. There are so many people that Jeff has touched over the years at Miami Elevator & then ThyssenKrupp Elevator and all of them thought the world of him. It doesn’t seem quite the same with you not here but it is what it is. I know you are in good hands now and you can rest in peace. I love you my friend and will think of you often!
Dear family. Death is an enemy! So says the Word of God. True comfort comes in knowing that God does not cause our death, for He promises to eliminate death completely in the near future. I hope this gives you a measure of comfort during this difficult times. (1 Corinthians 15:26; Isaiah 25:8).
These things are never easy, but here goes. I just wanted to say thank you for everything you've ever done for me throughout my life. From being a voice of reason for me, to making me laugh and developing my sense of humor. I wouldn't be the man I am without your influence, and for that, I'm forever thankful. I'm glad you had the chance to meet my wife and son, and that I was able to see you one last time recently. Although you will be missed, your teaching and humor will continue to live on. I love you Uncle Jeff.
Jeff was a wonderful man. He worked very hard and was extremely honest and genuine. He was an excellent father and husband. He made the world a better place and I am better for having crossed paths with him. He will be greatly missed.
With great sorry and sympathy.
The O’Sullivan Family.
When you and Vicki were married 47+ years ago, you were woven into the fabric of our family.
We cherish the good times we've had and our adventures together. We will always remember the simple joys ... the big smile and twinkle in your eyes when we shared a fresh batch of chocolate chip cookies.
Jeff, you will always have a special place in our hearts. Be at peace.
Leslie, Albert and family,
Our deepest condolences are with your family during this time.
Even when a tragic event is expected, it is never easy to endure when it happens.
We pray that your family finds some light and knows Jeff is now in a "pain free" place with the Lord.
We love you,
Danielle and Drew Daley
I am so thankful to say you were my brother, not just my brother in law. I will always remember with great joy the many times we spent together, the BBQs, the two lefties on the golf course, the many toddies we had ... and of course the "peel the wall paper" competition. While you are sorely missed, you are in the presence of Jesus Christ, with the joy of no longer having pain & suffering; when our time is called, you will be there to greet us with open arms.
I love you my brother, I miss you much ... and when my time is called, I look forward to seeing you.
Until then ... may it be fairways & greens my brother!
With much love,
You will always be my "big" brother. Our laughs together will never be forgotten. Our breakfasts together instead of the gym (as we always said "we could go work out OR we could eat") were always the light of my day. I will miss you so very much. Thank you for always being there when you knew I needed you to be. Love you with all my heart forever.
We miss you dearly, especially your kisses, loving smile, humor and special handshakes. Rest easy, Jeff, until we meet again.
You will be missed so much! All our love, Red, Paulette and Lola Roset (Jen, Paul and Lola)