Jan and Julie,
I feel fortunate & privileged to have had Jeff as my brother-in-law.
So many laughs on and off the golf courses, I can still envision the putters Jeff would helicopter after a missed putt, and would ultimately lead to a postmortem assessment of the game with numerous bottles of nectar on the patio or deck depending on where we were at the time. I also enjoyed all the political conversations on how to run the country, which we rarely disagreed.
I know you and Julie will find the strength to get though his very sad and difficult time. Knowing that your friends and loved ones are there for you will hopefully be of solace.
Jeff will forever be missed but I know in the right time, I will see him again, as will you and Julie and all who loved him.
Vaya Con Dios Jeff
Jan and Julie -- I am so very sorry. You guys are so in my thoughts and prayers. Love you much!
Jan, and Julie you have my deepest condolences. Jeff was a prince of a guy, always had fun, and a lot of laughs. I'll always remember the stories after a round of golf on the patio with several bottles of his medicinal Vino. Missed not being able to play with him, the past several years. He will be missed very much.
I'll see you on the 19th hole, "Rest in Peace", and God bless you and your family.
"We will miss our dear neighbor, Jeff. We will never forget the kindness extended to us when we first moved in the neighborhood. We will miss the smiles, waves, and all the curbside chats. We love you Jan and Julie, and you are in our thoughts and prayers." Steve and Nancy Born
Jan and Julie,
When I think of Jeff, I always smile thinking of his laughter when the "twins circled the wagons", or his patience when he taught me the basics of golf at your cottage on Lake Huron. He was kind and actually helpful as I hacked away.
Jerry and I will miss his visits at our Ortonville home and at Garland. We have pictures of him and you, Janice, that will remain on our cabin walls and we will always treasure. May you all find peace now that his pain is over.