McEwen Funeral Service-Pineville Chapel

10500 Park Road, Charlotte, NC


Jeffrey David Walsh

December 9, 1981October 7, 2019
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Jeffrey David Walsh, 37, died suddenly in Charlotte, NC on Monday, October 7, 2019 at his home.

Jeff moved with his family to Cary, NC from Canada in the 1990s. He graduated from Apex High School and Appalachian State College in NC.

He joined Bankers Life representing its insurance programs for Charlotte and the immediate area, as well as being a financial advisor for many.

Jeff was the son of Michael and Katherine Walsh. In addition to his parents, he leaves behind his brother Christopher, and many Aunts, Uncles and cousins living in the U. S. and Canada.

He had many friends from the Bankers Life company family, especially Mark and Kate. The family wants to especially mention his very good friends Jimmy and Louisa, and their children, whom Jeffrey was the Godfather of their oldest child..

Jeff was an avid NFL fan, and especially of the Carolina Panthers.

Services for Jeff will be held at McEwen Funeral Home - Pineville Chapel, 10500 Park Rd., Charlotte, NC 28210 on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at 11 am in the Chapel. The family will receive friends at a reception afterwards.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: www.parkinson.org/, www.heart.org/, or www.cancer.org.

Online condolences may be shared at www.mcewenpinevillechapel.com.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, October 12, 2019


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Eric Dade

October 12, 2019

Jeff always had a smile on his face and made me laugh with his fun sense of humor.He was smart, honest and caring. If you needed anything he would be there to help and do anything for anyone. We shared some great times together and he will be missed greatly. Prayers to his family and loved ones.

Fran Dore

October 11, 2019

With broken hearts for Kathy, Mike and Chris, we remember the sweet little boy named Jeff. He grew up to be an outstanding individual as reflected in all these tributes. Forever loved and missed. Fran and Mike

Robert Weidner

October 11, 2019

This is a such a tremendous loss for all who know Jeff and my heart goes out to all of the friends and family who knew and loved Jeff. I have had the great pleasure of knowing Jeff the past 13 years and I will always cherish the amazing and wonderful times we had together. The time we shared in Boone is and will likely always be one of the best periods in my life. Jeff was one of the most kindhearted and loyal friends that I have had the pleasure of knowing. I love you and miss you Jeff but I hope our paths will cross again so until the next time we meet. I wish I could be there this weekend to remember the wonderful person you are and the life you lived. Rest in peace my friend and I will miss you greatly.

Karen/ Maureen Welch

October 11, 2019

Our hearts are heavy with thoughts that Jeff will no longer be with us. Fortunately for us we have many fond memories that will keep him alive in our hearts.
He always loved having a good time and made sure that those around him had one too.
Christmas was always an exciting time, with Jeff and his cousin Paddy in charge of cooking the meat. Whether it was frying the turkey in the (closed) garage or barbecuing the beef tenderloin in the middle of a snowstorm, it was always an adventure.
A visit to Hamilton always included a visit with “Boo” (Mo’s dog) who he loved to take for a walk and enjoyed playing with.
It was a joy to watch the pleasure he clearly felt playing with the little ones, especially Quinn and Owen, during the holiday season.
Most of all we will miss his warm and contagious smile and his ability to love unconditionally.
You will be dearly missed, sweet Jeff.

Aunts Mo and Karen

Chris Sotardi

October 11, 2019

I’ve had the pleasure of calling Jeff a coworker and friend for the last 12 years. He was incredibly warm and kind and I’m going to miss our chats about bad football, good beer, and just life in general. We lost a really great one in you buddy, and in this too often cynical world I’m going to do my best to carry on some of your constant light of positivity. Rest In Peace.

Matt Bartolacci

October 10, 2019

I'm so sorry for your loss. I only had the pleasure to meet Jeff a couple of times but he was a very bright spirit.

JJ Schuh

October 10, 2019

Jeff was one of my closest friends. His ability to relate and lend you his undivided attention and empathy while genuinely listening is something that is so rare these days. He was one of the most sincere and kind-hearted people I knew and have had the pleasure to call a friend. He leaves a great void behind to so many that he's touched throughout the years. To say I (we) will miss him terribly is an incredible understatement. I love you, "Jeffy".

Mike & Tish Zlockie

October 10, 2019

Jeff had a zest for life, a caring heart and a loving soul.
Truly heartwarming and comforting to hear from all who knew him - recalling his humor and his warm and sharing spirit.
A life too short, a nephew loved. Rest In Peace Jeff.
Uncle Ski & Aunt Tish.

Jenny Wren

October 10, 2019

Jeff had such a sweet soul. He would look up at me and smile every morning I walked into the office. It was impossible to have a bad day around him. His laugh & cheerful nature will surely be missed. He always had a moment to answer questions & took the time to help those who sought his advice. Hearing that back corner talk about football now will just never be the same. We'll miss you buddy! Thanks for all your help, you were always so patient & just wanted to help people learn. We've lost a great friend and resource & I sure will miss that smile in the mornings.

Carol Noble

October 10, 2019

Mike and Kathy. I am so sorry to hear about Jeff's passing. No words can express my sadness for you. I wish I could be there for you but know that I am thinking of you and pray you find comfort in the memories you shared with Jeff. My deepest condolences to you, Kathy and Chris. xoxoxo