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  1. This is beautiful! Jeff, Jeanette and the Long family have been apart of my life for 20 years. It is with great sadness that Jeff is no longer with us and apart of our lives. Jeff was one of my inner circle. He was a great person, friend and protector. He will be Loved, missed and always cared about. My condolences, thoughts, heart and prayers are with Jeff and the Long family. I have so many memories with you all and will be there with you while we remember and admire Jeff one final time.

  2. Beautiful video. Jeff was such an outgoing person and brought so much joy to all around him. He will be dearly missed. Much love to the family.

  3. That was beautiful and heart wrenching. Jeff, we knew each other for 17 years but did not spend nearly enough time together. You truly were one of my favorite people in this world. There was not a moment that went by that we either spoke or seen each other that you didntt make me laugh or put a smile on my face. We had so much fun when we did get to see each other. Thank you for our friendship and all the great memories. Brother I will carry in my mind and heart for the rest of my days. Until we meet again rest in paradise.

  4. My heart goes out to you and your family… you will be forever missed..Your GOW friend, Zenobia…(Stephanie)

  5. J “my always” – words cannot express the joy, laughter,and love you brought to my life. You always knew how to make me laugh and I mean laugh a lot!!!! Some of the most crazy adventures of my life! Who knew you could get a 1999 Honda Civic to do a burn out in the airport drop off? It was times like these that I will always treasure. Opening up the cargo of the scion as we sat together and just listened to the waves crash against the shore. The list can go in and on. I love you to the moon and back. ❤️ You’re Forever

  6. Oh sweetheart…I was honored to call you my friend and inspiration for so many things. You will forever have a huge piece of my heart, as I will always carry you in mine. Not a minute passes by that I don’t hear your voice or get a quick glimpse of that smile that could instantly light up my life. I miss our nightly phone conversations and daily messages. And although, you are no longer the last person I talk to at night, you are still the first person I think of in the morning. I would give anything to hear you call me “Sweets” again…other than hearing it in the back of my mind, but we will meet up again. You are gone far too soon my love, but I know you have found peace. All my love always

  7. To my BIG bro…my world has been torn apart with you gone. We were only a year difference in age, but were raised like twins. Half of my heart is missing as I look back on so many wonderful memories we had over our 39-1/2 years of life together. You hid the turmoil you had inside so well, which i’m sure weighed too heavily on you. I wish there was a way we could have helped you ease the pain with you still here amongst us. This is too big of a price to pay to ease your pain. Somehow we all have to try to find comfort in that where you are now, you’re free to be who you always wanted to be. Soar with the angels Jeff. May you have found peace and unending love. You were destined for something so much greater than this world could provide for you. A man of HUGE talent. Not only did you have hobbies, but you were always the best at everything. Well…in addition to that, you were the absolute BEST big brother I could have ever had. You made me laugh constantly, supported me and protected me my whole life. My heart aches more than words can ever describe. I’m the luckiest person on Earth to have such a beautiful guardian angel watching over us. I miss you so much big bro. I look forward to the day we meet again – crooked smile, open arms, thumbs up with a wisecrack ready to make me laugh. All my love, forever & ever, sis ❤️

  8. Jeff, We had some super good times. Things seemed good from the way you portrayed them the infrequent times we talked when we were able to catch up. I feel terrible that I didnt sense something was wrong. You will be missed.

  9. I will miss you sparty we will meet again so many of us was blew away but god got a awesome guy with him my prayers to jeffs familys he was a great person always in are hearts and never forgotten

  10. I did not know Jeff super well, but we hung out in the same circles, about 15 years ago. I always thought that he was a good guy who was intelligent, thoughtful and loving to his friends and family. I am really sorry that he passed away, and offer my most sincere condolences to his friends and family. Rest in peace, Jeff.

  11. I had the pleasure of meeting Jeff a few Christmas’s ago, at his Stepmom Evy’s family celebration. We spent about an hour, sitting quietly and talking….about family, about life, about our experiences living in Playa Del Rey. It was one of the nicest conversations I have ever had, with such a lovely person. Jeff was kind, sweet, humble and thoughtful with his words. I am so sorry to hear of his passing and wish I had had the pleasure of spending more time with him. May he always soar with the angels, in peace.

  12. Forever goodbyes are the hardest. You were with me during those awkward teenage years and even when years passed between sightings, you could always make me laugh even when you were making a crack at my expense. I’m sorry that too many years passed between the last time we really connected – I hope you’re at peace now. Sending my love and thoughts to you, Jeanette and the rest of the family.

  13. Im not someone who does well with words…but he deserves more than just silence so for jeff…ill try… .jeff, i want to say thank you…you helped us save a life that night 11 years ago..i will never forget it.i will alway remember you and am honored to have had you beside us that night..RIP my dear friend

  14. I met Jeff the first day I started in the Chandler office on March 20th this year. I immediately realized he was a key asset to our team, and a great person. Over the course of the last few months he taught me a lot, beat me at pool, and told some great stories. I soon realized he was doing the work of at least four people. I remember one experience I had with him in particular. On August 3rd, he and I were in the office late working on a project. He and I were the only ones in the office by this time. Jeff was teaching me about storage and telling me stories while we were waiting for some tasks to complete. At around 6 PM the ceiling in the office started leaking, as it had been doing all week. I said something about it, and Jeff mentioned it would really start pouring at around 7 PM. The reason he knew that was because he had already been in the office around that time three days that week. Sure enough, at 7:02 PM the leak turned into a pretty heavy flow. Jeff got up and left his desk as I was looking down at my phone. I looked up, and was somewhat surprised to see Jeff at the top of the ladder that had been placed in the area, filming a video of the situation to give to the people fixing the problem the next day, all while explaining to me what was broken. The next week I heard contractors confirming that the problem Jeff mentioned was the cause for what was happening. I’ll always remember this story as summarizing Jeff – all knowing about how to fix problems; always willing to help solve them; and happily going above and beyond for everyone. We’ll miss you Jeff.

  15. I am so very sorry for your loss. I did not know Jeff but my daughters were friends with Jeanette and knew Jeff. I’m sure you will see him in everything you do and miss him every day of your life. Time will pass but the hurt will always be felt. I hope your memories will sustain you in the coming days and God’s blessings help you cope with your pain. You are in my thoughts and prayers

  16. I’m so sorry for the loss of Jeff. He was charismatic, funny, and genuine, my heart goes out to all of his family and friends that cared for him. He will be missed.

  17. Jeff, We never walked in your shoes or lived your experiences. And now we question what we could have done differently or to have helped you through the pain. But the reality is we will never know. You made a choice that we can’t understand and we want to fix. But the reality is we can’t. The reality is that you are gone and we can’t ask you. We can’t hug you one more time or tell you it will get better. Or that nothing is as bad as it seems. The reality is that the pain you carried was so intolerable you only saw one way out. We are now left with the memories you gave us. They will always be a reminder of what we lost. But they will also remind us of who you were and what we shared. You will always be in our hearts and remembered as we mourn your loss and learn to live in a world without you.

  18. Please accept my sincere sympathy for the loss of your son. Jeff was such a brilliant young man. I had a few opportunities to interact with him as he helped me with some technical issues. I will always treasure those opportunities. Jeff was such a special person with so many talents. My heart aches.

  19. I just found out tonight about Jeff. I remember seeing his smiling face as he visited with his family across the hall at the Cote. I am so very sorry for your loss. Please accept my deepest condolences.

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