JEFFERY PAUL EDDY
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JEFFERY PAUL EDDY of Houston passed away August 6 at the age of 59. A memorial service will be held at 1:00 on August 12 in the chapel at Chapelwood United Methodist Church, 11140 Greenbay, Houston, Tx 77024.Jeff will be greatly missed by his customers and co-workers at Truluck's Restaurant and his other friends, but nobody will miss him more than his only survivor, his beloved son, Clayton. Jeff was a caring father who was so proud of his son's character, academic accomplishments, and his starting line position on the Memorial High School football team. Jeff never missed a game, and Clayton will be dedicating this football season to his Dad.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Clayton Eddy College Fund, Regions Bank, attn: Misty Marino, 5005 Woodlake, Houston, Tx 77056.


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Published in Houston Chronicle on Aug. 11, 2010.
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November 9, 2010
I am shocked and saddened at the news that Jeff Eddy has passed. I have just recently learned of this news. I first met Jeff in the 1980s at the Dark Horse Bar on Richmond. I have some great memories of those times. My family and I were frequent visitors of Trulucks, as it was our favorite Houston restaurant and had celebrated many special occasions there. We were one of Jeff's customers and we enjoyed sharing our special occasions with him. We always seemed to pass some of the evenings recounting those fun days at the Dark Horse. I can not begin to express my sense of loss nor my profound sympathy for Clayton. Jeff was a great man that loved his son with all of his heart.
October 21, 2010
WOW! I do not know what to say. I just tried to make reservations with Jeff, as I would only go to Truluck's if he was working. Such a great server and always talked about his son. I was shocked to hear about his passing. It brought tears to my eyes. Clay, I am sure you will be taken care of. If anything is needed, please do not hesitate to ask. Good luck in school and stay strong for dad. He is watching you!
Kim Hartig
September 28, 2010
Jeff was a very special guy who made dining at Trulucks a memorable experience. He was a very very very ....proud dad, who always had something to share regarding the accomplishments of his son. He will be greatly missed. Trulucks will never be the same experience. Rest in peace our friend!
Clayton, you were loved very much and your Dad will forever be watching over you from heaven!!!!
Donna and Ron Mahoney
Donna and Ron Mahoney
August 17, 2010
Jeff was a pledge brother of mine back in 1968. He was one of those special people who you never forget. He was bigger than life as an athlete and a friend. I have never seen a guy as big as Jeff run so fast in his bare feet. He always played intermural football barefooted and was faster than anyone on the field. Clayton, you would be very proud of you dad if you would have known him in his prime. He will be missed by all of his TCU friends and SAE brothers.
John Grace
August 12, 2010
Jeff was one of those rare people who touched plenty of lives naturally, without trying hard. He was just himself, always making a special night at Truluck's memorable not just because of the stone crabs, but because of his friendliness and attentiveness that came as a side order, no charge. He loved his TCU Horned Frogs and he loved his job, and he loved putting smiles on the faces of his customers and friends that lasted long after they left the restaurant.

Kenny Hand, Houston
August 12, 2010
Jeff was very special to my husband and I. We met him at Truluck's and he became a friend. He was so proud of Clayton and never missed an opportunity to share news about his son's accomplishments. Our prayers are with Clayton and all who loved Jeff. He will be greatly missed.
M'Lissa Dilley
August 11, 2010
I just can't believe it! Jeff was my favorite person at Truluck's. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Truluck's will not be the same without him.
Melanie
August 11, 2010
Jeff was a great man and an even better dad. Our family will miss Jeff Eddy greatly. Truluck's will not be the same without Jeff. We miss you buddy!
Carlos Reyna
August 11, 2010
Quite simply, Jeff was the best. Clayton, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.
With love,
Jan & Charlie Rose
August 11, 2010
Jeff was like a family member to us. He will be missed.
Steve Rigler
August 11, 2010
We have been friends with Jeff for the last 12 yrs. He loved his job and his son so very much. We loved visiting with him at Truluck's, it's not the same without him.
Jeff was a wonderful person that is missed and loved...
Deanna R
August 11, 2010
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