Years ago, someone gave me a definition of a “Best Friend” that fit my friend Jeff perfectly. It's someone that knows all of your faults, and loves/likes you anyway. Jeff had a way of making me feel good about myself, regardless of my faults. I'm sure he made many others feel the same way, and that was his gift. I will always treasure the time we spent working, hunting and talking about life. I think about him often, and pray his memory will never fade. To the family, I thank you for allowing me to spend so much time with your Brother, Husband and Father. He was a great man in every aspect of life.
MY HEART GOES OUT TO THE WHOLE FAMILY.WE WILL ALL MISS JEFF VERY MUCH.
To Beverly & the Crook families,
To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die. Thomas Campbell
With Heartfelt sympathy,
Michele (Wiley) & Ron Sanders
Sorry to hear of the loss of Jeff. My heart goes out to you & your family. I recently lost my oldest brother to cancer & I know what you are going through. He's in a better place now & there's not an animal safe with the trophy man there.
Beverly, David and Brent--I met Jeff through his brother Jim, and I enjoyed sharing tales of hunting adventures, and venison receipes. Jeff will be missed by all who had the pleasure to have known him, and you have my sincere condolences.
I remember Jeff from all the times he came to Wellsvile to visit Bob & Shirley. He was a very good son to them, he always had a smile and would go to Church with his Mom & Dad. So very friendly & we enjoyed talking to him when he came to our town. Prayers for his wife & family. So sorry to hear this news.
Sending condolances , the last time I saw him was in wellsville Ohio at the 5 year school reunion. I had no idea he was sick. My oldest son ,Rick and Jeff were great friends in grade school. His dad was a cousin of mine. We lost contact with them when they moved . He was a great fun loving kid and a handsome, and fun loving man. He will be remembered always . Joan Reed
I was shocked when I saw Jeff passed away. We worked together at the bank and I used to see him and his family at church. Jeff was always upbeat with a smile on his face. My heart and prayers go out to all his loved ones.
He will be missed.
To the Crook Family. I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Jeff. We were in grade, middle, and high school together. He was a really good friend. I was always so happy to see him for our high school reunions in Wellsville Ohio. He was a good man. Always had advice and a smile that was so sincere, which was one of Jeff's traits was his sincerity. I will miss my friend, and his smile. I know he is smiling in heaven.
Dear BJ and Family, we were very sorry to learn of Jeffs untimely passing. Our thoughts, prayers and love are with you.
Heinz-Juergen and Ann G Pangels
Jeff was a great person and friend. I will miss our discussions of life, business and family over a Famous Hot Weiner. My prayers go out to his family.
Jeff was one of the most genuine and amazing men I have ever had the opportunity to know. His smile could light up a room. I wish your family my deepest condolences. I will continue to keep you in my thoughts and prayers.
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
BJ - We were so very sorry to hear of Jeff's passing. Please know that we are thinking of you at this sad time.
Diann and Steve Ernst
Bev and family, we're sorry for your loss. I remember all of the goofy and fun times at the Pickets with the Bradleys. Keeping you in prayer.
Your family is in my prayers
I am so sorry for you loss. My family's prayers will be with you all. Jeff was a great person and a fantastic friend to my father (Kirk Thudium). He approached life with extreme and intense passion - his energy was always uplifting to be around and made people want to be/do better. I spent time with him growing up but most of my memories are around the stories my father use to tell me about their strong friendship. Seeing my father admire someone as much as he admired Jeff, gave me perspective into the type of person he was and how blessed we are for knowing him. It is clear that the memory of Jeff will live on forever. When people like Jeff touch your life, they change who you are for the better and how you view life. They impact your life in a way that is everlasting.
BJ, Dave, Michelle, Brent, Kurstyn and Tanner
We are so sorry to hear of Jeff's passing. We pray God will grant you peace, comfort and strength in the days to come.
In His love,
My deepest sympathy, I talked to Jeff once a week from 1990-2010, Sam was his biggest fan and Matt and Jeff had an incredible friendship, I have nothing but the fondest memories, he will be greatly missed.
Bev and family,
So sorry for your loss.I remember talking with Jeff on Saturday mornings when Brent and my daughters bowled in league together.Always enjoyed our conversations,which included many things but mostly about our kids. he was always a proud father and husband.
Bev and family, thoughts and prayers are with you.
Dave and Brent i'm so sorry for your great loss. Jeff was a great guy,he will be sadly missed by all who knew him my thoughts and prayers go out to your entire family and rest assured he is no longer in pain and is with god
Jeff was wonderful man of God. Many, many people will miss him.
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
Dear Bev. and Family
Our deepest sympathy goes out to you at this time. He was a good man. God has welcomed him into his kingdom. He has a new body. God will take care of him.
Love Marie, Nancy and PeeWee
Jeff was truly a very nice guy. I only knew him for a short time while working with BJ at Pfaltzgraff in Thomasville. He will truly be missed by his family and all the people that knew him.
Deb Fulton, York, Pennsylvania
Brent and Dave and families, I am so sorry for your loss. I had dealt with Jeff for over 14 years and always admired his knowledge and work ethic. He will be truly missed by all who ever knew him!
I am so sorry for your loss Jeff was a wonderful person with such a great personality and always so much fun to be around. He will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this very difficult time.
Jeff served his industrial customers extremely well. He was an immensely valuable resource and asset to my team at Glatfelter, and he will be sorely missed. Jeff was the epitome of a selfless, service-oriented leader. Many condolences to his family as we all grieve his passing. May God bless you richly.
Jeff was one of my favorite salesman here at Plainville Farms. He was & always will be one of the greatest guys I know. I can speak for all of my maintenance guys that he will be truly missed here!!
Jeff and I have been friends since before kindergarten, thanks to our wonderful parents in Wellsville, OH. I will miss him and remain thankful for the opportunity to be part of his life. I thank God for the life he enjoyed and express my sympathies to his family at this time.
I will miss him dearly and so will all those he worked with at Glatfelter. He was truly the nicest and sweetest man and I have no doubt that although we are very sad, Heaven is rejoicing. My husband & I will lift you up in prayer.