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January 21, 2017

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January 21, 2017

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September 11, 2009
Jeff was a lot of fun to be around. He loved to make fancy foods. He was always fixing some treat to have with supper. Spent a lot of weekends at his Aunt's house and he spent a lot of weekends with us. He dreamed of being a flight attendent and loved it. He love to travel too. He was a people person. He was my nephew.He will be missed.
September 11, 2009
I still remember your time you spent with me at the Arcade and eating pizza. The time we walked thru McHenry state park and talking about life. The times we went to the mall me you and my mom. Then years later you visited me and met my wife and she liked you from the start, then a few months later you were pluked from our hearts.

Love your cousin Marty middaugh & Wendy Middaugh
September 10, 2009
Love and miss you "Uncle" Jeff.
August 31, 2009
Oh, Jeff, my favorite knucklehead cousin! I wish we'd spent time together in our adult years. You were a great kid, and I was always proud to call you "family." I miss you.
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