Jeffrey Johnson

Pleasant Hill, California

1960 - 2012

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Jeff was a good friend and a fellow eagle scout he will be missed

We have thought of Jeff and his family many times in the last month and especially over the holidays. Our family has known Jeff, Peggy Kaitlyn and Bridget for many years. We all have many fond memories of Jeff. He will be greatly missed.

We remember...the dads coaching and the girls playing softball, dad's playing a little softball too, steaks and wine at the Johnson's, and fun parties. Eleanor sleepovers at the Johnson's, dessert runs by Jeff, an excellent and...

I have come to know Jeff as my co-worker and have worked closely with him for the last couple of years. He always was enthusiastic about his family and his girls were always top priority. My deepest condolences to the entire family. He was a great guy and will be missed.

Jeff was genuine, energetic, lovable, hardworking and a team player. A great lost for all whom were touched by Jeff. My deepest condolences for the family.

To Jeff's family,

you have been and continue to be in my prayers. I am so sorry for your loss.

Cousin Jeff and I didn't get to spend much time together, but when we did it was memorable. The best day of skiing in my life was spent with Jeff at Lake Tahoe in 1985 --two feet of powder and Jeff's aggressive skiing style. I had no choice but to follow and try to keep up. Following his lead, I became a dramatically better and more confident skier in just one day.

My family & I offer our heartfelt condolences. Jeffrey touched many lives. May the God of all comfort be with you all in your time of grief. (2 cor 1:3)

My name is Armin Safarians, local Pleasant Hill resident and the manager of the Bobtails which is the team Jeff played softball for. We are Saddened by this lost and would like to offer you our thoughts and prayers in this hard time.

I knew Jeff for a short period of 2 softball seasons and in that time grew fund of his style, easy going attitude and his sincerity.

May you find the strength and power through your fund memories and Love that he left behind.

2007 PHBA lets play ball

Jeff was an inspiration, always a smile, kind words and lots of encouragement and laughter. Our girls attended pre-school together and later on he coached softball with my husband. The kids loved him, his enthusiasm, encouragment and the great smile. He was a great inspiration to Jillian who is now on the high school team. Thanks Jeff - you touched many lives and hearts. We will miss you, but your enthusiasm and passion will be forever with us. Your girls are in our thoughts - The Glyders

Jeff, you will be dearly missed by all who knew you.


Jeffrey's Obituaries

Jeffrey Scott JohnsonNovember 17, 1960November 26, 2012Resident of Pleasant HillJeff passed away unexpectedly on the morning of November 26, 2012 at the age of 52. He is survived by his wife of 20 years, Peggy Johnson, daughters Kaitlyn (14) and Bridget (11) Johnson, parents Bill and Jeanne...

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