In Memory

Jeff Brenner

Jeff Brenner

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11/26/14 11:07 AM #1    

Jill Tipton

Remembering Jeff. Blessings on your journey home. Jill Tipton

11/26/14 01:24 PM #2    

Alan Green

Remembering the good times!

11/26/14 01:57 PM #3    

Elyse Andresen (Carr)

I will deeply miss him! He was my closest friends... He will forever be in my heart heart R.I.P Jeffery, I love you! broken heart

11/27/14 09:59 AM #4    

Jeff Stoops

      so much fun i will never forget you J.B     R.I.P.

01/13/16 03:27 PM #5    

Mary Ann Yeghiaian (Kaufmann)

My Dear friend Jeffrey, how I miss you,

I think about you every day.

Your charming personality, wit, compassion,

And kindness, now has gone away.

I wish I could understand God's timing

Because to me it was way to soon,

To say goodbye to our friend, father and brother

That we loved from here to the moon.

I hold dear the voicemail and text messages

Left behind, that keeps me close to you.

I'm grateful for the memories we shared

And how you loved me too.

What I'd give for the chance to see you once again

And share some more in your humor.

Most of all what I'd give if the news of your

Passing was nothing more than a nasty rumor.

It bothers me no one you loved

Had been there by your side,

To hold you close and comfort you

That terrible day you died.

It's been over a year now since you left this world,

I pray you rest in peace my friend.

I thank you for always being there for me,

With heavy heart I say goodbye, until we meet again.







01/14/16 07:14 AM #6    

Sue Carranza (Hasseler)

Thank you Mary Ann for your amazing heartfelt words. I'm sure Jeff heard them and appreciates them deeply. My heart saddens at the continual losses of our classmates. We are a blessed group of people. I'm so glad we had the opportunity to go thru school together back in the 70's and not in today's world. We had it so good. Our greatest fear was being suspended for throwing water balloons. Today kids worry about being shot and live in locked down campuses. The generations today do not realize what true freedom and privacy was like. We are so fortunate to know the difference. We can make the difference. Our class of "Out the door, in 74" may not have been very mature back then but over the years I have witness us all grow up and become valuable, loving, kind, and grateful people. Each person we have loss, from Kiko and Lombard, to Lou and now Jeff helped to make up our great class of 74.  We may not have able to make a difference in the lives of others back then, but we sure can today, one day at a time, one moment at a time, one person at a time. I believe it's so important to be a "day maker".  That's where each day I seek to make someone's day and better place, either randomly without their knowledge or without pomp and applause, this can be the greatest form of giving. Mary Ann, you and all the others who commented on missing Jeff are "day makers" as you made someone's day just a little brighter, lighter, and full of love.  Thank you for your words of love and compassion.  

"Peace out" (😃Sue Hasseler (Carranza)



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