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In Memory

Jeff Zabriskie VIEW PROFILE

Jeffrey Lynn Zabriskie, born Feb. 28, 1958, to Douglas Lynn and Evelyn Williamson Zabriskie, died peacefully at his home in Kuna, Idaho, on Sunday, Oct. 26, 2013, from a heart attack.
Jeff grew up in Logan, Utah, with two brothers and three sisters. Linda (deceased), Bruce, Sheryl (Collin) Barfus, Becky Stewart, Kenneth (Jennifer). He was a friend to all who knew him and always liked to tease.
He married Cindy Rauch, they lived many different places in the 35 years they were together, finally making a home in Kuna, Idaho.
Jeff was a hard worker and had a great love and respect for the Lord. He could do anything with his hands and always helped anyone whenever he could. He lived his life the way he wanted. He rode bulls, served his country in the U.S. Army, made steel, farmed, drove truck across the country, welded and raised a family. He was a super HERO to many. 
There was never dull moment with Jeff around. He could find humor in any situation. 
He is a husband, dad, grandpa, brother, son, uncle and friend. He believed deeply in God and country, an American through and through. Jeff will be missed by many.
Jeff leaves behind his wife Cindy of 35 years, three boys and their wives. Kody (Mandi), Kristopher (Misti), and Kenton (Kimberly), and eight awesome grandchildren: Jessica, Ashton, Marcus, Kristian, Dominik, Vinsint, Kelsy and Nicholas.
There will be a viewing from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, and services on at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Boise Funeral Home and Aclesa Chapel at 8209 Fairview Ave., Boise, Idaho.

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11/05/13 10:47 PM #1    

Bob Brown

Sorry to hear of Jeff's passing.  Too young ! Jeff bought my 1967 GMC pickup truck from me after I was married and I moved on to a family car ~ my first station wagon.  I knew Jeff would take good care of my truck.  My condolences to Jeff's family.

- Bob Brown ~ University Place, WA

11/06/13 05:41 AM #2    

Bryan Meacham

Jeff was always my friend! I remember sharing good times and fond memories from Woodruff Elementary all the way through to Logan High. My heart and condolences go out to his family!


Bryan Meacham

Frederick, MD

11/06/13 08:57 AM #3    

Paul Phillips

Though I didn't know him well, Jeff was always friendly and easy to talk to.  My thoughts and prayers go out to his wife and family.  

11/06/13 10:36 AM #4    

James Mabe

Jeff always used to laugh at me for riding Bulls on the Sky View Rodeo team but was always a one of my friends in Logan.  My thoughts and prayers go out to his family he will be missed.

11/06/13 07:42 PM #5    

D. C. Bean

I will miss my friend.  We hung out in high school, joined the Army at about the same time, and shared an apartment in Hawaii until he married Cindy.  I only saw him a couple of times after he got out of the Army.  He was a great influence in my early life and even got me into rodeoing until I got orders to flight school.  I credit him for teaching me to face life without fear.

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