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Jeffrey Hadburg

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01/18/12 12:46 PM #1    

Stephen Leven

Jeffrey was my childhood friend, but we lost touch after high school.  We grew up together on Phillips Avenue, riding bikes and playing in the "big back yard".  Our birthdays are even just 2 days apart.  He was a good friend.  This one really hits home!  Sorry to see you go, buddy.

08/30/13 10:02 AM #2    

Martin Scoratow

I met Jeffrey at Colfax in the 3rd grade, he was one of the kindest and nicest people then and throughout his life, it is true the good die young.


08/31/13 01:19 AM #3    

Lois Fink

It is so sad that another member of our class is gone. I do not personally remember Jeffrey but am so sad to hear this news.

06/27/16 04:43 PM #4    

Howard Dickman

Jeff was my next door neighbor growing up and a life long friend.  The kindest guy you would want to meet with a sense of humor that put a smile on everyone's face.  He is deeply missed by the Phillips Avenue gang.  I do wish to say to whoever edits the site that his last name is spelled Hadburg.  I will dearly miss him at the reunion. (From the admin.....last name spelling corrected...thx)

03/29/20 06:35 PM #5    

Daniel Arnheim

Jeff was the kindest,most gentle, thoughtful, and caring person, who played a large part in the lives of many of his classmates. Despite many challenges he kept his smile, humor, and his contact with, and concern for, others. I will always keep him in my mind and heart, and recall our many experiences together, including his traveling to Tallahassee at the birth of our son.during which he babysat while I attended graduate school and my wife worked at the hospital. I still miss him every day, and always will.

03/30/20 11:43 AM #6    

Aaron Furman

I knew Jeffrey only in passing. It is so sad when we lose people that have somehow touched our lives. Stay safe all.

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