Let the memory of Jeff be with us forever!
  • 43 years old
  • Born on February 1, 1964 in Topeka, Kansas, United States.
  • Passed away on January 6, 2008 in Raleigh, North Carolina, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jeffrey A. Groth, 43, born on February 1, 1964. Deceased January 6, 2008. We will remember him forever and he will always be in our hearts! 

Posted by Sheryl Shumate on January 6, 2019
it doesnt seem like its been 11 years, yet seems like an eternity ! The love of my Aunt Linda's life and she yours.. thinking of her missing you. 143
Posted by CATHERINE THOMAS on March 5, 2018
To: Mrs. Linda Groth & The Entire Family,

Today I just found out Jeff passed in 2008. I am truly sorry for your loss but wanted to express my sincerest condolences to you and your family. I worked with Jeff as a Deputy for Sumter County Sheriff's Office. We worked the same areas together and truly relied upon each other as a team. He was funny, loved computer technology, excellent social skills, loved people period, and had a great sense of humour. Jeff was one of the fewest Deputies who knew South Sumter and the people knew him and would tell him where we could find a person faster than trying to locate an individual on our own. I learned so much from him and he took up so much time to make sure I learned the job correctly. He never saw race, he saw people as people. We had our share of Bonnie & Clyde days of getting into trouble and he always said as your Corporal, "I will never ask you to do something that I wouldn't do, and if you are in trouble, I am in trouble with you too." He meant that and has never left me out on a call by myself. No matter what type of call I received, Jeff Groth always came to back me up even if I didn't ask him too. We never had 1 misunderstanding about anything. I will always remember him for his smile and gifted ability in helping others. He was my friend and partner in law enforcement. One day I will see your smiling face again. May God bless you all! Love you my friend, #130.

R.I.P., Jeff
Posted by Yolanda Windham on February 1, 2017
Thinking of you! Happy Heavenly Birthday Jeff! Love you! <3
Posted by Elijah Smith on July 29, 2013
Hey Jeff Man you would love the tech that we have today! Grandma told me you didn't like cell phones much but the cell phones these days would blow your mind. I may have never called you grandpa but i thought and loved you as one. You may be gone but I will always remember in my mind and in my heart. Grandma misses you so much we all do. Can't wait to see you again one day. Love you jeff!
Posted by Laura Mossell on January 24, 2013
I love uncle Jeff because he is my family and love him so much so please pray for all of us-Katie Mossell His Neice
Posted by Johnny Peak on April 17, 2012
forever will be missed but not forgotten.. You were a great man!
Posted by Vanessa Stanfield on April 17, 2012
I may not knw him personally, but from wut i have heard from his family, specially his wife linda, he was a great guy. I knw dat he is watching over his family and dat wutever his step daughter is going thru right now he is watching over her and would not approved of wut is goin on wid his grand son... :)
Posted by Yolanda Windham on January 6, 2012
Wishing you were here more than ever! I love and miss you!

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