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Jeffrey Allan Einhorn Sr.

Park City, Utah

May 10, 1953 – Jul 30, 2018 (Age 65)


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Wasatch Lawn Mortuary Obituary

1953 ~ 2018Jeffrey Allan Einhorn, Sr., died July 30, 2018 at the age of 65 after suffering a sudden, massive heart attack. He was born May 10, 1953 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Irving and Marion Einhorn, moving to Utah his sophomore year in high school. Jeff met the love of his life, Kathy,...

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It's been a long since the last time I saw Jeff. We had some good times out on the golf course back in the day. Shocked by the news of his passing. My condolences to Kathy and the family.

An old friend. So many memories of our teenage years in Salt Lake. My condolences to Kathy and your family. RIP Jeff

Having enjoyed being a colleague of Kathy during our DoDEA days, I was fortunate enough to be able to meet Jeff on a few of the DoDEA TDYs together. My favorite time with Jeff was when we rented a car and set out on the Hana Highway on the Hawaiian island of Maui.
What a thrill of a ride we had on that narrow windy road.... Scared spitless on a few of those hair raising turns, Jeff kept us calm with his jokes and laughing. Jeff was such a gracious, fun man and he adored his Kathy and...

As a former student of his wife Mrs Kathy Einhorn, we often went to their house in Bamberg. He was always there with all of us students and his wife as we would have student groups or just hang out. We in the Army and Bamberg High School community are sadden by his sudden death and know that him and Kathy had a great 46 years (plus) together. We send hugs and prayers to this great family, R.I.P. now Mr. Einhorn.

Shocked and saddened at Jeff's passing. May is memory always be a blessing to his family and friends. He was a warm teddy bear of a man, filled with endless stories and a wonderful laugh. He'll be lovingly remembered and missed by all who knew him.

My best memory of Jeff was at a base function Holiday Tour of Homes. Jeff and Kathy's house was the Hanukkah house on the tour. Jeff seemed to love all the visitors. He made everyone welcome, he created a jolly atmosphere, and he made the best latkes!!
Our deepest sympathies to your family.
Love and hugs from the Schwartz Family

Jeff always made me laugh. We shared the same dream of living on a golf course. I am very saddened by this news.

Kathy and I had been friends for over 6 years when Jeff became a part of her life. Let's just say I wasn't as fond of him as she was. But over the years, I could see that Kath had been right. He was a good man with a big heart and a great sense of humor. It was great watching him and Kath together and a part of me was very jealous of their great relationship. They shored each other up in tough times and thoroughly enjoyed all the rest. Being grandparents was the best time they ever had...