Jeffrey Jobst

Edmonton, Alberta


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So shocked to hear about Jeff's passing. You are in our prayers Jennifer. So very sorry.

My condolences to you and the family

We first met Jeff when we were just barely teenagers...back in the Odyssey Pizza days. At first glance, we were a bit intimidated by him - this quiet, big guy with a big older car and even a bigger beard...We started to get to know him and discovered very quickly that he really was one of the nicest, most caring and friendly guys you could know. Over the years, our path crossed, working with him at Fantasyland and then working in the same building as him for few yearsStill one of the nicest...

We are very sorry to hear about Jeff. Even though we haven't kept in touch over the years we have many fond memories of both him and Jennifer. Thinking of you during this difficult time.

So very sorry to hear of Jeff's passing. He was an amazing man and a fabulous brother-in-law. I have many fond memories of Jeff.
Love Laurel

I am so sorry to hear of Jeff's passing, we worked together for years and as soon as we met we where friends. That was just Jeff's way God bless my friend.

Our deepest condolences to Jenn and the Jobst family. We will miss you always Jeff.
Val and Grant Grimes

For Jennifer and family

Death -
I need not fear your nocturnal prowl
For One came to rebalance the scale
And take away your sting
Even Satan, your friend,
Has no power over Him.

And so, now Death
Out of my way
I have no fear of you
Be gone like the night
Trampled by the beauty of morning light.

Much love

Jennifer, I was so sorry to hear about Jeff.

My deepest condolences and love.