OBITUARY

Jeffery Robert Gastineau

March 24, 1974June 17, 2019
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Jeffery Robert Gastineau of Burnet, Texas passed away Monday, June 17, 2019 surrounded by his loving family. He died at the age of 45 from natural causes. He was born March 24, 1974 on Guam to Bonnie Williams and Gary Gastineau. His father was in the Navy and was stationed on Guam. Jeff graduated from Round Rock High School. He later moved to Lubbock where he worked hard and graduated with Honors at Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science degree. Jeff worked for 15 years as a Medical Technologist (ASCP), Clinical Laboratory Coordinator, and a Quality Control Manager for Llano Memorial Hospital. Jeff was a loving family man. He was a man of faith in Christ. He was a proud American, continuously loving his country. He was married to Sandra Bolin for 15 years. They have 2 sons, Ozzy Robert Gastineau and Jarad Ellis Gastineau. Survivors include his mother, Bonnie Williams from Burnet, sons Ozzy and Jarad Gastineau from Kyle, sister Jennifer Gastineau-Benjamin, her husband Jesse, and their son, Jeff’s nephew, Jayden Benjamin of Round Rock. His step-mother, Penny Gastineau, and stepbrothers, Zan and Jason Nolan, their families, and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Jeff’s father, Gary Gastineau, proceeded him in death in 2009. A Memorial service will be held at Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home in Burnet, TX on Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at 2:00pm.

Services

  • Memorial Service Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home Chapel Wednesday, June 26, 2019

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Leath Napolez

June 25, 2019

I worked with Jeff for several years at Llano Hospital. He was such a kind and caring person and had a great sense of humor. It breaks my heart to hear of his passing. Thoughts and prayers to Sandra and the boys.

Tracy Armitage

June 24, 2019

I just can’t say enough how much I loved Jeff. His crazy blue eyes and complete cool swagger I will always remember. He was the guy that was always there. I just loved him so much! I found this pic and thought I would share. Me and Jeff and Justin actually graduating high school! Lol

Gabriel Coronado

June 22, 2019

I first met Jeff in High School when He was this skinny little kid who was getting bullied by some bigger kids in our first class in physical Ed. I took it upon myself to defend him one day and I could never shake him off after that!! It was hard not to like Jeff, he had this charisma and charm that lit up the room and I instantly became his friend. At one time we inseparable and we did everything together. Being his best man was a great honor, It would be safe to say he was my best friend! My heart goes out to all who were close to him, especially Bonnie; I can only imagine..Jeff was a great son, a great brother, a great nephew, and he was a great friend! I will miss him and love him always!

Barbara Geiger

June 21, 2019

Jeff was a great coworker. We shared a love of good music and old movies. Sending love to Ozzy, Jared, Sandra, Jennifer and Bonnie.

Stacie Haas

June 20, 2019

Jeff was one of the good ones. He truly was. I wasn’t part of the inner circle of friends from back in the day but every time I was around Jeff it was always a great experience. He was a genuine, kind, and respectful man. Stephen & I are saddened at his passing and want his sister, mom , and sons to know what an incredible human being he was to us. There has always been a special place in my heart for Jeff & always will be. We send our love to each of you.

Jason Nolan

June 20, 2019

So many fond memories, some of the best in life. That gorgeous Spring day we cut class to go hiking and swimming in the Llano River. That Metallica show at the Erwin Center that ended up being the best concert ever. Ever. Playing frisbee every single chance we got. Listening to so much Pink Floyd that we did actually understand what they meant in the lyrics. Endlessly air guitaring War Pigs in the ’69 Camaro. That absolutely epic trip to Big Bend where you swore you were going to live in Big Bend. Your visit to New England when I was in college and you mesmerized every girl in my dorm. Being envious of how you were always so smooth and looking so good without seeming to try. Your infectious smile and laugh, especially when you got the laughs. Thanks for it all brother, the moments were ephemeral but the memories are indelible.
Mahogany forever.

Jason Benjamin

June 20, 2019

Jeff was the big brother of the best friend I could ever ask for. I'm not good at emotions so I will just say I was lucky to have met Jeff and I wish I could have more time to talk to him again. He was the only male role model I had in middle school and I looked up to him. He was always cool to me and willing to talk about most anything. In my mind he'll always be that skinny head banger dude with the sexy camaro. God grant you peace brother. I'll miss you...

Kennith "Poe" Langham

June 20, 2019

Jeff was a great friend of my youth. He's the type of guy who would do anything for a friend in need. I always knew we were going to have a great time when Jeff was in on the adventure. Weather it was going camping, a road trip, going to a concert, or just a gathering of friends, and family. Jeff had a big heart, and I always enjoyed his company.

Jeff was the reason I started singing in bands. It all started in his backyard. Jeff had some friends who jammed poolside to Metallica, Megadeth, Alice in Chains, and some original tunes as well. I was a terrible singer but he'd tell me to get up there and sing along with guys like Bobby Maddox, Justin Stanfield, amongst others. Next thing you know we started a band and played gigs. Jeff would always come out and support us, and we had some really good times.

We were brothers, and we had a tight group of friends that did everything together. He was a guy you could trust, and had always had my back.

Jeff was part of something special in my life. So many great memories.

R.I.P. brother!


Chris Patterson

June 19, 2019

I will keep Jeff's family and friends in my thoughts and prayers. Though I have not seen Jeff in years this news truly saddens me. Jeff was a part of some of the greatest adventures and wonderfuly fun times back in our wild and crazy youth. He was a great friend and I will have so many awesome memories to cherish. I remember the day he let me buy his old Camero, which got from Jason Nolan. He handed me the keys and asked me to love her, just as he did. If that car could talk it would have gotten all us Skankzies in lots of trouble. My fondest memory is Jeff being a groomsman in my wedding. Looked like a million bucks in that tux. Man, those were the days. You will be missed my friend, love and miss you buddy. I give you a hug and a Skanksy hand shake. Your friend ALWAYS, Chris "Mr. C" Patterson

Tracy Armitage

June 19, 2019

He was my best friend in high school. We had a classic car club-me-mustang-him Camaro. We would sometimes trade cars for fun! He was the absolute best friend I have ever had! We planned on going to college together. He was always convinced he would be an anesthesiologist-while I just want a college degree. He married, had kids, and I really wanted to remain in his life but his wife really wanted him to cut ties with his past/friends. I hope he found happiness within himself and I sooo enjoyed my time with him as my friend/family. I will miss him dearly.

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Biography

      Jeffery Robert Gastineau was known as many things to many people. He was a loved one, a friend, and someone special. To family and friends who knew him best, Jeffery will be remembered as a very exceptional person.

      Simply stated, Jeffery was a good and kind person, an individual who will for all time be remembered by his family and friends as being a caring and giving person, someone who was a vital part of their lives. Jeffery leaves behind him a legacy of life-long friendships and many cherished memories. Everyone whose life he touched will always remember Jeffery Robert Gastineau.