Jeff Mann

May 29, 1961 - March 1, 2021
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Jeffrey S. Mann

1961 – 2021

 

Jeffrey S. Mann, 59, passed away at his house, with his wife by his side, of a heart attack.

Jeff was born May 29th, 1961 in Riverside, California on March Air Force Base, the son of Ronald Mann and Barbara Mann.

Jeff was a 1979 graduate of SPASH in Stevens Point.  Moving to Arizona with his best friend of over 30 years, Tom Schmidt.

Jeff was a bartender at the Disabled American Veterans Club in Tucson, where he enjoyed meeting all of the people in the club and hearing their stories.  He then went on to work for Truck and Trailer Parts for over 29 years.

Jeff was an avid music fan, he enjoyed hiking and taking pictures of wildlife, and spending time with his family and friends and a Huge Green Bay Packers Fan.  Jeff enjoyed going fishing with his other best friend, Bill Lason, Jeff’s youngest son, Chris and Bill’s son, Billy.  That was Jeff’s favorite pastime and it always put a smile on his face.

Survivors include his wife, Michele Mann, his two sons, Bret and Chris (Anna) Mann and his father, Ronald Mann (Jan Shaw) who all live in Tucson.

He truly loved his friends and family.

A Celebration of his life will be March 13th at 1pm at our family home.

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Born: May 29, 1961
Died: March 1, 2021

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Steve McClain posted on 3/10/21

So sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of growing up in Stevens Point and Jeff was always there for my sister and me. He was just a really good guy. His sense of humor is something I will never forget. After spending a couple hours with Jeff would always be the high light of my day. I’d always tell my friends the things my cousin did or said and we’d laugh for hours. The world has truly lost a great man!

 

Lesley Lacey posted on 3/7/21

You are a great person, friend and uncle. I will miss you more than words can say. Thank you for being there for me and for the wonderful conversations. Thank you for always making me laugh and the good times. I will never forget you. The world will never be the same without you.

 

Robin L Felger posted on 3/6/21

Dear Jeff, I never met you. And I only recently met Michele. In the short time I have known her, it is obvious you two shared something beautiful. It breaks my heart to know Michele will not get to grow old with you, that you will not be here to hold your first grandchild, or watch another Packers game. From what Michele has told me about you, it's obvious you were a special person. I'm sorry I didn't get the opportunity to meet you. Right now, your beautiful wife is grieving, and she will for some time. So please, watch over her and your family as they struggle with the loss of you in their lives.

 

Robin L Felger posted on 3/6/21

Dear Jeff, I never met you. And I only recently met Michele. In the short time I have known her, it is obvious you two shared something beautiful. It breaks my heart to know Michele will not get to grow old with you, that you will not be here to hold your first grandchild, or watch another Packers game. From what Michele has told me about you, it's obvious you were a special person. I'm sorry I didn't get the opportunity to meet you. Right now, your beautiful wife is grieving, and she will for some time. So please, watch over her and your family as they struggle with the loss of you in their lives.

 

Julie Roberts posted on 3/6/21

I have fond memories from Wisconsin and Arizona with my cousin Jeff that I will cherish. I think we all agree that he was one of the funniest people we know and in his presence his energy would just melt away life’s stresses. He was a giver of happiness and love. When times were tough in my own life he was always one of the first to reach out to let me know the door was always open and if I ever needed anything just ask. That type of genuine support meant everything to me. I would like to add a few words from my mother Marla who was Jeff’s Aunt and she loved him dearly. They had a lifelong deep friendship and Jeff was truly present as a friend to her in a nonjudgmental, empathic and compassionate way. She enjoyed her trips to Arizona to visit Jeff and his family and he made her laugh so much during their telephone conversations over the years. I hope the two of you have met again. I admired what a caring husband, father, son, and friend to many Jeff was. My deepest condolences to his family.

 

Kimberly Lugo posted on 3/6/21

Chris in the brief moments I met your father you made him laugh ,smile and his eyes lit like a proud father around you. He is filled with humor and love and I see the similarities in you with your family , wife and friends. He will always be by your side in spirit ,in mind but most importantly in heart. Give yourself patience and time to heal. Love you friend. Kim Lugo

 

Marlene posted on 3/6/21

Michelle and family, our most deepest condolences to you all. It's ironic how our lives crossed paths, in Arizona, when we were both from Wisconsin. Jeff always brought a smile to our faces, a chuckle to our day, deep friendship to our family, and gatorade to our employees during the summer months. We'll miss the conversations about Wiscosin, and how we loved our childhood in Steven's Point. Jeff is likely touring the Point Brewery as this is typed...maybe even bellied up to a keg. Heaven's gained a comedian and a warm hearted man! God Speed- Kevin, Marlene, Kerstin & Savannah and the Employees of Green Valley Decorative Rock

 

Scott Byxbe posted on 3/4/21

I had the pleasure to work with Jeff for a couple of years. Jeff had the ability to make people feel welcome and we shared many fun times telling stories about Life. What a fun guy to share a beer with and it was obvious from the start he was a very dedicated husband and father. I am grateful for our friendship. Scott Byxbe

 

Arthur braz posted on 3/4/21

Uncle Jeff was always the fun uncle I have many fond fun filled memories in Arizona with uncle Jeff you will never be forgotten love ya uncle jeff

 

Angelica Cordero posted on 3/4/21

My sincerest condolences to your family at this this time! I am praying for you all and sending my love. I’m sorry I won’t be able to make it back to Tucson for the celebration of life. Love to you all from California. -Angelica Cordero (Friend of Anna Mann)

 

Angelica Cordero posted on 3/4/21

My sincerest condolences to your family at this this time! I am praying for you all and sending my love. I’m sorry I won’t be able to make it back to Tucson for the celebration of life. Love to you all from California. -Angelica Cordero (Friend of Anna Mann)

 

Michele Mann posted on 3/4/21

I love and miss you so much my love. Till we see each other again. Hugs and Kisses

 

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