Jeffery S. Beaver

/Jeffery S. Beaver
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Jeffery S.

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Beaver, Jeffery S.
passed away suddenly Saturday, June 29 at the age of 38 years. Born to Donald Beaver Sr. and Joanna nee Cichantekon December 22, 1963 in Fort Atkinson, Jeff was a lifelong resident of Palmyra and attended Palmyra schools. Jeff was a laborer in construction and a member of the Wisconsin Laborers Union. He was also an avid hunter and fisherman.

Jeff is survived by his son Justin, his fiancee Carrie Glienke, his parents Donald Sr. and Joanna nee Cichantek, brothers Roger Gail of Cottage Grove and Donald Jr. Barbara of Palmyra, five nieces and nephews, special friend Tommy Huff, his dogs Shep and Jasmine and cat Rosie.

Visitation will be Wednesday, July 3 at Heritage Funeral Home 320 Main Street, Palmyra from 3:30 to 5:30 pm. Funeral service will be held at the funeral home at 5:30 pm with Pastor Jerry Lipka officiating. Memorials to the family for Justin’s education appreciated.

Heritage Funeral Home
320 Main Street
Palmyra, WI 53156
262 495-2127

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Past Comments

Lee McMillan

I only knew Jeff as a funny person. And that he wanted his son Justin to be the best he could be. He always thought of Justin as a star, and he is. He will always be watching you Justin. I’m very sorry. I’m here for you if anything you need comes up.
No one is tougher than you Justin, in any way.

We will always be thinking of you Jeff Beaver.


Josh Beaver

Uncle Jeff you will be loved and missed FOREVER!

Stosh,Angie and Dakoda

Amy Ekhoff

Justin- I am sorry to hear about the loss of your father. I offer my condolences.

Becky Rychlak

Justin- I’m very sorry to hear about your loss – take care and let us know if you need anything or anyone to talk to.

Mama C

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. It will be hard for a time, but in that time you will survive because the memories will keep you strong. As long as I have known you, you have been a leader, an inspiraton, and a friend. Not one to count on anyone – well, now it is our turn to be there for you. You have great friends and parents that will be there for you whenever you need them to be and even when not!! So lean on them..share your memories with them no matter how small, cry with them so that they can share your grief and make it easier for you – laugh with them so that you can feel happy – if only for a moment. We are here for you – all of us……always..

Daniel A. Dent

I can’t even imagine the pain you are going through. You know i am here for anything you need. Expecially for offering a shoulder!
Rest in Peace Jeffery Beaver.

Alex Beaver

I will always love you and miss you uncle Jeff


Garrett Willson

I only knew Jeff through Justin. We used to play hide and seek in his back yard. Every now and then we would stop in and talk hunting with him. He was a very funny guy. The two most important things i will always remember about Jeff are how he loved Justin, just by the way he talked about him. The other, is when I would see him at football games cheering on the whole team right along with Justin. To Justin: I don’t know what it is like to lose a parent at 17, I don’t know what it is like to lose a parent ever. Justin you are one of the strongest both mentally and physically. Hang in there and you’ll be alright. People make it to the top by being knocked down. I have seen you get knocked down too many times to count. Yet ever single time you get back up. Stay tough. I’m there for you.

Doug Parker

On behalf of the Palmyra-Eagle Football program, I’d like to offer my condolences to Mr. Beaver’s family and friends. Justin is one of the finest young men I’ve ever met. The coaches and players all want Justin to know we are here for him and his family.

Tim Ervin

I’d like to offer my deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Mr. Beaver.

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