Jeffery Thomas Glaze
|Posted 2021-09-17 by mhenderson|
|Published by Mohave Daily News Online on Sep. 15, 2021 -|
Bullhead City, Arizona -
Jeffery Thomas Glaze, age 70, passed away peacefully at his home on
Saturday, September 4, 2021 in Fort Mohave, Arizona after a long
battle with cancer. He was born on July 21, 1951 in Long Beach,
Jeff was an adventurer and had resided in many places over the years
including Southern California, Northern California, Oregon and Texas,
but had called the Bullhead City area home since June of 1994.
Jeff was a true desert rat at heart and loved his summers spent
boating, tubing and camping. Jeff was a beloved family man and always
put family first.
He was a devoted husband, brother, uncle, father, grandfather (Papa)
and great-grandfather. Jeff was an active member of the community and
an active member of the local automobile community and was always
there to help others and do the right thing. The void his death leaves
will forever be felt by those closest to him. To know Jeff was to be
loved, blood didn't matter, family was who he made it and over the
years Jeff was always there as family for whoever needed it.
He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Phyllis and Roger;
and two grandchildren.
Jeffery is survived by his wife, the love of his life, Audrey Glaze;
children, Thomas (Julie) Glaze, Dawn (Jason) Garrett, Jack Glaze,
Shawn (Allison) Glaze, Autumn Miller, and Heather (Matthew) Jenkins;
sister, Marilyn (Chris) Thomas; 16 grandsons; 15 granddaughters; 16
great-grandchildren; and lots of loving friends and other family
A Celebration of Life was held for Jeff prior to his passing at his
Cremation arrangements were handled by Dimond and Sons and Joe
Patterson at Aatco Transmissions.
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