Jeffrey Lee Stamper, 68, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Sunday, January 30, 2022, in Wilmington, NC.
He was born on December 21, 1953, in Kingsport, Tennessee. He was preceded in death by his parents, William and Mildred Stamper, grandparents, Clyde and Gladys Stamper, and Baker and Laura Simms. And aunt, Jean Sims.
He leaves behind the love of his life, Wife Angie Stamper.
His children, Jeff, Jr., Levi, and Jessica Stamper, As well as Corey, Kourtney, Cody, and Kassidy.
As well as his precious eleven grandchildren.
His Brother, Bill Stamper (Terri), His Aunt Helen Mercer (Joe), Uncle Glenn Sims.
Many special Nieces, Nephews, and Cousins.
Jeff is a veteran of the United States Navy where he was an Aviation Electronics mate. He graduated from Indiana Vocational Technical College. Post service, he spent his career in commercial restaurant equipment sales until his death.
He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, brother, son, and friend.
He had the Stamper wit and was always a joy to be around.
He will be sorely missed by those who loved him so much.
One of the best men I’ve known. You will be missed until we see each other again. You are loved and will never be forgotten my brother.
I never got to meet Jeff in person, however got to say hi a couple of times when speaking with Angie. He was always nice and I could tell he was a loving husband by the way him and Angie spoke. My thoughts go out to Angie and the family.
Jeff was a wonderful man. He was a pleasure to have as my husband, and such a loving father to our daughter Jessica. He had such a good heart, and was loved by all who knew him. I was lucky to remain great friends with him, after he made some decisions he said he will always regret. Glad you are at peace sweet man. I’ll meet up with you some day! Xoxo💕
Dad, it’s been 2 months and I miss you more every day. We had such a special connection and a bond that won’t ever be broken. I loved our late night phone talks and all the funny texts we would send each other through out the day. I still pick up the phone wanting to call you, needing you to tell me how to get through this – you were always the person who I would call when I needed someone to talk to. Part of me still thinks you’ll answer my call, if I just keep trying.
You are the greatest man that ever lived and I know how much you were suffering towards the end. … I know now that you are free from pain or sickness, at peace and watching over me and Jackson. We talk about you every day and I won’t ever stop talking to you, because I know you’ll always be with me, in my heart.
Thank you for being the best father a girl could ask for, and for being “my person” always.
“Pick up the Flowers!”
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