Jeffery Steven Jensen, son of the late Steven Neils Jensen & Constance Sue Lux Jensen was welcomed home into the arms of his loving Heavenly Father on the morning of October 6, 2016. He was preceded in death by his father Steven Neils Jensen and Grandparents Thomas J. & Lovina Lux and many aunts and uncles.
Jeffery was a hard worker and loved adventure. He loved to tease and joke around and was always quick witted. In his younger years Jeffery was always very adventurous and curious, curious enough to stick his hand in a bear trap that his Dad had set to catch the feral cat that kept getting into our garbage can and tearing things apart, Yikes! He always kept his parents on their toes and never missed a beat.
Jeff had a big love for food, had a major sweet tooth and loved to cook. Even in the trials that he was faced with in his life he managed to always wear a smile and always laughed about the simplest things in life. Being around Jeff and his witty personality always brought a smile to anyone's face. Jeff loved all animals and had a great respect for nature. Jeff had many nephews and nieces that he loved dearly and would do anything for. Seeing them always brightened his day. Jeffery will always be loved and greatly missed every single day.
Jeff leaves behind his son that he loved very much Taytum Jeffery Rodgers, mother Constance Sue Jensen, 4 siblings Brother- John A. Jensen, Sister- Judy (Stephen) Lee, Sister- Jennie Jensen, sister- Jessie (Aaron) Applegate, Grandparents Richard & Charlotte Jensen, and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Jeff, your family loves you very much and we will always hold you close to our hearts and never forget your witty ways. UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN!
The Jensen family would like to thank the Provo police department, ambulance and the doctors and nurses at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center for their hard work, care and dedication to Jeff in his final days.
In place of funeral services, a celebration of life will be held in Jeff's memory at Pioneer Park in Provo located on 500 W. Center Street on Oct. 23, 2016 from 2-4 pm under the pavilion. Drinks & refreshments will be served, come and join us and share your memories with us.