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Jeffrey Tabor Brach

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Jeffrey Tabor Brach Obituary
Jeffrey Tabor Brach

Our beloved son, Jeffrey Tabor Brach, passed away suddenly at home in San Pedro, on December 26, 2017. He was born in Torrance, CA on Thanksgiving morning, November 22, 1990. Jeffrey lived larger than life and was beloved by so many. He was charismatic and lit up a room.
He attended Silver Spur Elementary, Miraleste Middle School and Peninsula High School. He enjoyed Indian Guides and Boy Scouts but his true passion was baseball. He played at Eastview Little League. He became a pitcher and played Varsity baseball at Peninsula. He loved the thrill of closing out a game. Jeffrey was voted most Inspirational Player by his teammates.
He was the Sports Broadcaster for the Eye of the Panther video news bulletin and he had a gift for public speaking. After graduating Peninsula in 2009, he played baseball at El Camino College - where they placed 4th in California and become a Scholar Baller. He received an academic and athletic scholarship for Baseball to Georgetown College in Kentucky where he majored in Broadcast Journalism and Media Studies. He was the Program Manager and voice of the college radio station WRVG and received a scholarship for being the best on air personality.
Jeffrey embraced the opportunity to attend college out of state and in recognition of his philanthropic work he was bestowed the honor of being a Kentucky Colonel. He also was a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. After graduating cum laude in 2015, Jeffrey remained in Kentucky and worked as a Production Manager at LM Communications Broadcast Media Group - ESPN radio in Lexington. He also enjoyed being an on-air assistant to the Lexington Legends Baseball games. While in Kentucky, Jeffrey also worked for Amazon. He came back to California in order to spend more time with his grandparents and family in 2016. He worked at The Honest Company in Playa Vista and enjoyed the high energy of a young company. His passion was working with children and coaching baseball. He spent summers working at Tom Hicks Baseball Camps and most recently at The Refinery in Torrance. Recently he joined the marketing team at Sports Clips and represented the company at events around Southern California.
Jeffrey was a life time member of Ascension Lutheran Church and cherished going to church as a family. He loved duck hunting, hiking and fishing with his Uncle Paul, and our many family trips to Yosemite.
He is preceded in death by his grandmother, Betty Bovee, and grandparents, Gertrude and Chester Brach. He is survived by his parents, Chet and Lauren Brach; sister, Kristin; grandfather, Douglas Bovee; Uncle Paul (Barbara) Bovee, Aunt Judy (Rich) Berthiaume, cousins, Alyson Bovee and David and Michael Berthiaume and Godparents, Kurt and Laurie Meyer, and lifelong family friends, brother and sister Brett and Courtney Meyer. He also leaves behind many friends both new and old.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, December 30, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, 26231 Silver Spur Road, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. Lunch will be served following the services. Please sign the guestbook at www.dailybreeze.com/obits
Published in Daily Breeze on Dec. 28, 2017
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