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November 13, 2018

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October 1, 2018
I'm sorry I just heard about his passing today October 1st but I send his family my condolences he was a good man he helped us out when we needed help quite a few times may he rest in peace and my thoughts and prayers are with the family
September 24, 2018
September 24, 2018
September 21, 2018
Dear Yeomans Family,
We are so sorry for the loss of Jeff. He was our closest family friend and we knew each other as family. Steve met and worked with him at Fleming and they traveled together many times with Good Dog. He was part of our family. He was always there for us, no matter what. The three Martell children grew up with him around, and in his support. He taught them many things and cheered them on through childhood, teenage-hood, moving us for college, and encouraging us through adulthood. There aren't enough words to describe how much he did for us and what he meant to us. He coordinated huge family holiday parties with us and included his great skill of facilitating fun games, karaoke and involvement of all generations to include so much laughter. He'd always have everyone included and participating in something!! He educated everyone in someway. He taught others how to love like he did, unconditionally. He taught us how to all get involved, smile, be apart of the family, do your part, make your branch special, and your part of the family tree count. He was the life of the party! A man that was truly loving, funny, humble, likable, fun, genuine, empathetic, smart, enthusiastic, energetic, optimistic, always cheerful, encouraging, and motivating. Jeff was a gift, a present in the lives of all he knew. He coached us on humility and taught us about it in his life doings. He was always there for us and always cheering us on at each and every life event. He was part of our Arizona family when he couldn't be with his family. He always shared loving, wonderful, memories, traditions and educational stories from his childhood and beyond about his family and how much he adored them. He wanted us to love our family like he did his. We love him and miss him dearly. The world misses his presence and his death proves that only the good die young. Jeff was passionate about the Lord and an avid follower of his faith and beliefs. He loved others how Christ loves us, unconditionally and non-judgmentally. We will never meet another person like Jeffrey. But we have no doubt that we will meet again someday, in heaven. We would like to express our deepest sympathy to all branches of the Yeoman's family tree. We are truly sorry for the loss of Jeff from this earth. We are thinking of you often, in awh of how much you remind us of him and your great love for each other. We are continuing to pray for the comfort of your family and thanking the Lord that we were blessed to have known him and to meet and get to know some of you.
With love always, Steve, Wendy Martell and Family (and Copeland's and Thomas')