JEFFERY BERNARD KIMBRO was born on September 9, 1962; he was the fourth of seven children born to James Wesley and Eunice Kimbro. Jeff was raised in John Eagan Homes and, was educated in the Atlanta Public Schools system. After completion of his high school career, which included being on the track team and in the boys chorus, Jeff graduated from Booker T Washington High School in 1980 and later attended Morehouse College. He had a stellar and decorated career with the U.S. Air Force. Two of his proudest accomplishments during his Department of Defense career were being award the Master Recruiter Badge, one of the highest honors bestowed by the U.S. Air Force and earning his Bachelor of Science Degree in Workforce Education and Development. Jeff retired from the Air Force in 2004 at the rank of Master Sergeant. Following the Air Force, he earned a Master of Science Degree in Business Administration and was also employed by U.S. Veterans Administration and then with the U.S. Department of Agriculture as a Human Resources Senior Specialist at the time of his passing.
Jeff was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, son, brother and cousin. A good man who loved his family. Every since they married in 2000, this devoted husband showered his wife Valleri with consistent love and affection; often expressing his love through playing, singing, and dancing to their true love song “This Is My Promise to You” by the Temptations. In all other roles, his joking spirit, sound advice, love for all, and dependability made him a valued and central figure of his immediate and extended family.
He leaves to cherish, his beloved wife Valleri; son Jeffery (Jasmine) Kimbro, Jr; daughters Camille Jordan (Harold), Jasmine (Devern), and Natasha Kimbro; grandchildren Jameriuis Fairley, Damajae Bailey, Tamara Jordan, Jayla, Jeffery III, and Jordan Kimbro; father in law Melvin Wilson; brothers in law Perry Wilson, Daniel Setlow, Craig (Christina) Setlow; sisters in law Ruby Morris and Felicia Moreland; parents Eunice Kimbro, James Kimbro; brothers Darrell (Sherry), Reginald (Jackee), Stan (Luwanna), Kenneth, and David (Yolanda) Kimbro; Sister Monica (Eric) Means; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other loving family members.
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