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Jeffrey APPEL

July 24, 1986April 16, 2019

Jeffrey APPEL was born on July 24, 1986 in Bellflower, CA and passed away on April 16, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Aaron Given

May 4, 2019

My best memories are all positive with Jeff. They’re all involved either at school or on the basketball court I’d say most of our time we spent together playing basketball either on the same team or opposing just having a great time doing what we loved. Jason James introduced us and our friendship grew from there. Haven’t spoke with you in 15 years but I know if I would have seen you again would be like I seen you yesterday. Rest easy my friend You accomplish so much in your short time here on earth I can only imagine what you would’ve done with the rest... Keep the court clear my friend, Will run another game one day.

Gilena Gonzado

May 4, 2019

What more can I say about Jeff that everyone else has already said. Jeff truly was one of a kind. He will never be replaced! He was kind, funny, intelligent, dimples like no other and a laugh that will always replay in my mind. Jeff was like the brother I never had. Basketball was life! We lived for basketball. He was the only other person I knew whose favorite player was Allen Iverson. We had many trips back and forth to Vegas as teens for pick up games at Sunset Park. I have so many memories that always involved ball, Jeff and Josh. We made a road trip to Venice Beach to watch the AND1 mix tape tour will always be a memory I won’t forget. Or the night we jumped the train tracks in my MX3 running from the cops because we were watching street illegal racing. We never got in trouble as kids but we always lived life to the fullest. We had endless laughs and just joy as teens. We had many arguments about sports 😊 Especially his love for the Cowboys and my loyalty to the Eagles! But that was just our egos on who was right and who was wrong but our respect for each other was to a level of love. I could go on and on but it was the relationship as adults that meant the most to me because as we all know life changes. We don’t make enough time for each other because now we have our own families, a career or in relationships with people who don’t deserve us. I lost myself after having to go through a divorce with our best friend we shared. But that never changed our relationship. Jeff always checked in on me. He helped me leave an abusive and toxic relationship after my divorce and for that I’m forever grateful for. We lost everyday contact but we always checked in on each other whether it be by fb, IG or my # that never changed for reasons like this so he could get a hold of me. I have so much to say but out of room. Your memory won’t fade and your legacy of what you’ve accomplished during these 32 years will live on. I love you Jazzy Jeff ❤️

Bill Howard

May 3, 2019

My fondest memories of Jeff centered around the holidays. Since he was 6yrs old every Christmas I would slip him a twenty and it was our secret since I couldn't give to everybody. This continued until he was an adult and by that time it became a joke.
Christmas, Thanksgiving, birthdays and almost any occasion Jeff was there. We were one big family. He grew to be such an awesome young man. Intelligent, handsome, genuine, personable and loving. And when he dressed up he looked like he came out of GQ.
I will always miss his hugs and smile. Buddy, you will be greatly missed but never forgotten!

Bob Paynter

May 2, 2019

My prayers go out too the family still doesnt seem real I've known Jeff for about 25yrs . I know when i think of jeff it takes me back to a time when his mom paula was getting me into horse s well Jeff didn't go on a lot of trails rides with us well he did on this ride they theses two horse's that we rode Jeff rode buck and I rode Dee ,well Dee had the worst gate at a trot ,Jeff thought it was funny that we he rode up next to me Dee would take off at a trot and about beat me to death bouncing me up and down he did this the hole ride laughing at me the hole way So when I think of Jeff that's what I think about and it always makes me smile going to miss RIP buddy love ya

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