Carla HULECKI Killelea- I am sad to hear of Jeff's passing. We all played football, baseball, tag, Hide and Seek, sledding, etc... in the old neighborhood of Riverside Manor, South Bend, IN. Jeff was a sweet kid and a good sport.
I knew Jeff while he lived in Portland and worked at Farwest Recycling.
One day my son came into the office and asked who was that man. I told him Jeff Tucker.
He told he remembers Jeff from outdoor school while he went to school in Vancouver. My son Cregg went to school with Brittany.
Cregg tells me how Jeff brought out his guitar and got the boys to sing with him.
So thank you Jeff for leaving a wonderful memory for my son.
Thank you for always having a smile and a kind work for me everyday.
You will be missed my friend.
I hope you find peace and comfort on the other side.
Love you my friend.
Prayers for your hearts as you walk through this loss. I met (Jeffy) I believe in 1982? Gosh a long time ago. He married his oldest 3 girls mom and it was a time of laughter hanging out, drinking a beer and doing life together. My heart broke when I heard the news of his passing, but I am secure in knowing I will see him again.
Even though I didn't know Jeff, I knew Lori was so blessed to be married to him. They seemed so happy together. I send my condolences to the family and hugs to Lori at this very difficult time.
Brother, I'm lose for words. Our hearts will forever be broken.
Jeff and I were roommates at MCAS EL Toro in 1979, he was great guy to have as a roomy and as a friend. He introduced me to his classmate Chuck Dailey and the band Journey and the best barber at the base exchange barber shop. Every time I heard a Journey song played on the radio, I thought of Jeff, I will continue to do so. I thought he was nuts when he drove his Yamaha 400 all the way back to South Bend before he shipped off to Okinawa. He thought I was nuts for getting on a Amtrak train and going out to Vancouver in the spring of 1982 to see him get married. That turned out to be one of my top 5 vacation trips I have ever taken. After learning of his passing yesterday evening I am still in a state of shock today. I am at a loss for words to express my grief for his passing and the impact of the memories made from the short time we shared. I am honored that he was in my circle of friends at a point in my life that needed a person with the soul that Jeff had. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him... until we meet again brother...Rest in Peace J-Fry
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