Jeffrey H. Weiss
1949 - 2020
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1949 ~ 2020
Jeffrey H Weiss passed on to his next adventure on Tues Oct. 6, 2020. Jeff was born on July 14, 1949 in SLC, Utah to Hyrum and Mary Weiss. He gained personal strength from remote, natural landscapes and live to tell the tales of countless extreme camping, backingpacking, rafting and fishing excursions. Jeff's love of books and the outdoors is carried on in legacy by his ohana: Kris, Jessie, Justin, Helena, Echo, Guy, Lisa, Collin, and Richard. Jeff's calm and steady presence will be felt in the rivers, oceans, mountains, and wildlife for years to come. Memorial donations may be sent to: VOA Utah voaut.org/donatetovoaut

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Published in The Salt Lake Tribune on Oct. 16, 2020.
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October 20, 2020
I first got to know Jeff through Little League Baseball in Orem. Later through our daze at High School. Jeff always wanted to be a carpenter and so he did, and built many homes. Jeff taught me to golf, which has been a lifetime sport for me. Jeff and I lost track of each other for a few years, I went into the USMC, Jeff and his friend Drew went to Alaska and worked on the Alaska Pipe Line. Last time I saw Jeff and Kris was when we celebrated our good friend's daughter, (Bob Olson, who had passed away ) Emily's wedding in Lehi. Jeff always had an "Easy Way" about him.. God's care to Kris and the Family. Best regards Jack Healy
Jack L Healy
Friend
October 20, 2020
As Jeff’s aunt, the things that I remember the most are playing with him, pushing him around in my baby buggy and tending him. Just she sheer joy of this small child that made my time with him so precious. As he got older I loved to tease him. Through it all he still loved me as much as I loved him. As he grew older and started a family of his own we didn’t have the opportunity to see each other as much. I will always love and miss him. Punkin
Linda (Punkin)
Family
October 20, 2020
As Jeff’s aunt, the things that I remember the most are playing with him, pushing him around in my baby buggy and tending him. Just she sheer joy of this small child that made my time with him so precious. As he got older I loved to tease him. Through it all he still loved me as much as I loved him. As he grew older and started a family of his own we didn’t have the opportunity to see each other as much. I will always love and miss him. Punkin
Linda (Punkin)
Family
October 19, 2020
Jeff your sense of humor was infectious. Your knowledge and maturity admirable. Your kindness and consideration real. I will miss you and your loving way. I imagine your sweet spirit flowing through the cosmos free of these earthly restraints. See you there my friend.
Tory deWolfe
Coworker
October 16, 2020
Jeff is no doubt one of the greatest me. I ever worked with. We spent 20 plus year at Central Vally learning our craft. So many memories. Rest In Peace my friend, until we meet again.
Gary C. Faulkner
Friend
October 16, 2020
I worked with Jeff for 10 years he was just a gentle giant always calm just loved to live life. One who loved his family with all his heart. My condolences and prayers for his family
Fidel
Friend
October 16, 2020
I worked with Jeff for 15 plus years. He trained me when I started. One of the nicest and realest person I’ve ever met. Rest In Peace my friend!
Jeremy Deppe
Coworker
October 16, 2020
My love and aloha to his family during this time of so many mixed emotions. May you be comforted in your grief and may you share joy in the many memories of your time together. As I look back at my college years, I remember Jeff being such an integral part of our rag tag group. Oh, the adventures we had! Every single one has added to who we are today and strengthened the bond of friendship in those shared memories. Much aloha and love to all.
Maggie Drake
Friend
October 16, 2020
Jeff was my big brother, growing up as well as in later life, He always provided a path well lived and examples of life's simple pleasures with the joys of being active, well-read, kind, and generous. There is so, much he did that matter, but his greatest contribution to this world was a man who cared, loved, and was loved by all that knew him. He created and shared many memorial moments with his family and friends who will forever be grateful. We will all miss you for all that you gave and shared in this life. Jeff went with his shoes still tied. Collin
Collin Weiss
Brother
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