Jeffrey David Ginter

February 14, 1975January 11, 2021

Jeffrey D. Ginter, 45, of Beaverton, Oregon, died from cancer in the comfort of his own home on January 11th, 2021.

Jeff loved sports, especially the Dallas Cowboys and the Los Angeles Dodgers. He spent his free time coaching youth sports. He led many football, basketball, and baseball teams to victories.

Jeff worked as a mechanical engineer and later became the Director of Operations at Hydro International.

He also enjoyed fly fishing, brewing beer, 80’s rock, and traveling with his family.

Jeff is survived by his wife, Vicky of 20 years; son Nicholas and daughter Sidney; parents Richard and Debra Ginter; and brother Brian (Sara) Ginter.


  • Funeral Service

    Monday, January 18, 2021


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Adam Solomonson

January 19, 2021

Jeff coached our son along with his daughter for one summer a few years back. It was just a few months, but that was enough to understand his generosity with kids and to get to know his wonderful family.
Our heartfelt sympathy.
Thank you coach Jeff.

Nic Janati

January 18, 2021

Jeff Gunter was one of my favorite coaches. He was always a really nice guy who cared about the game, and his team. He will be missed.

Marcia Sherony

January 18, 2021

To Vicky, Nicholas and Sydney, my heart goes out to you and all of Jeff's family. I am so sorry for your loss.
In working with Jeff for the past 12 years, I knew Jeff to be kind, considerate, knowledgeable and ethical. He will be missed by all of us ay Hydro that knew him.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Steven Laux

January 17, 2021

My prayers of support and comfort to all of the Ginter family. I am sorry for your loss to all of you. To Jeff's special parents, Rick and Debbie, I can tell by all of the remarks of support that you left pieces of yourself in how you raised him.

To Brian, I am sorry for your loss; I am sure you greatly influenced who Jeff became. Jeff is still with you in your heart.

To Vicky, Nicholas, and Sidney, I pray for your comfort in knowing Jeff is no longer suffering the evils of this world.

Through all of the remarks by those who befriended Jeff, I feel like I actually knew him. I can tell that his passing on is a loss for the world and a break for heaven. I am truly blessed to be related to Jeff.

May we all one day be reunited with all of our loved ones in heaven. May Jeff's soul and all of the souls of the faithful departed, through the Mercy of God, rest in eternal peace.

Peter Dibala

January 17, 2021

I fondly remember Jeff from Holy Trinity Catholic Church. I reffed many basketball games and umpired baseball games that he coached. Jeff was always courteous even when in disagreement with calls made. I could tell that he enjoyed his loving family. I am a better person when I think how Jeff conducted himself.

Rob Fleskes

January 17, 2021

Jeff and I were classmates from kindergarten through high school. He was always very thoughtful, considerate and kind friend for many years. After high school our life paths took us in different directions. I will always remember the early childhood slumber parties, many years of athletics together and his jovial spirit. Rest In Peace dear friend.

Rebekah Kaufman

January 17, 2021

I’ve known Jeff my whole life because our parents are such good friends. Later, Jeff and I became high school classmates and although we weren’t close friends, there was still a connection there. Jeff always smiled and waved back. That’s how I will remember him: a familiar face among the crowd, a kind-hearted angel who walked around with us for awhile.

Brian Harrell

January 16, 2021

Jeff, Adam and I all started our careers together at Eutek Systems over 20 years ago. During that time, we all grew very close. We had many great experiences together. We all got married, all had children, all grew grey together. We've drank a lot of beer, had many a laugh, played a lot of golf, but ultimately all became close friends.

I respected Jeff in many ways, his banter, his intelligence, his humor, and loved his smile. He had a mind like a steel trap. I will surely miss Jeff.

Vicky and his beloved children, I am so sorry for your loss. I prayed and prayed, but alas the Lord called him home. Hugs to you all...

Marco Ciliberti

January 15, 2021

Jeff and I were classmates together at Central Catholic. So much to say and remember about him over those 4 years. I know his life was a life well lived. May his memory be a blessing to the family. RIP Jeff.

Marie Fitzgerald (Nizich)

January 15, 2021

Jeff and I went to grade school together in NE PDX, at St. Therese.

I remember fondly playing football in the rolling (prior dump) parking lot. He was a gifted strategist and we enjoyed discussing how to get that touchdown.

No doubt he will be cheering on our football teams with Sr. Jerome in our eternal end zone.

Rest In Peace, friend.