Rose Hill Funeral Home & Burial Park

3653 W Market St, Akron, OH


Jeffrey A Boston Jr

May 19, 1980July 28, 2020

Jeffrey A. Boston, Jr. born in Akron, OH on May 19. 1980 passed away on July 28, 2020.

He leaves behind to cherish his memory, his wife of 15 years, Jenny, and three daughters Haley, Amber and Lauren; and his best friend and father Jeffrey A. Boston, Sr.; his life-time friend Dusty whom he had a special relationship as a brother; and many other family and friends.

Jeffrey had an avid interest in his career as a truck driver for many years; enjoyed fishing and boating with his wife and daughters, and times with all of his family and friends; he was a kindhearted person who would go the extra mile to help others.

In lieu of flowers, the family is accepting donations in Jeffrey’s memory and a donation box will be present at the funeral home or through GoFundMe at https://www.gofundme.com/f/237bk7wxk0?sharetype=teams&member=5187196&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_source=customer&utm_campaign=p_na+share-sheet&rcid=cfc398b5d99f4dbea4ca623ed551dc34

Family will receive friends on Thursday, August 6, 2020 from 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM in the Rose Hill Funeral Home 3653 W Market St Akron, OH 44333. A special entrance will be set up under the covered drive on the eastside of the building and social distancing protocols, including facial covering will be in place. A Private Family Service will take place at 1:30, followed by a Graveside Service at approximately 2:15 PM, which all are invited to attend, in the Rose Hill Burial Park. Memories and condolences may be shared at www.rosehillbp.com


  • Visitation

    Thursday, August 6, 2020

  • Private Family Service

    Thursday, August 6, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, August 6, 2020


Jeffrey A Boston Jr

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Jonnie Kegley

August 6, 2020

Jenn, I’m shocked. My deepest sympathies. Stay strong and never let the girls forget him.
Jonnie & Tyler

Al Feuerstein

August 6, 2020

Had the pleasure of meeting you and talking a bit between loads. Always good seeing you and your dad. Prayers for comfort. So sorry for your loss.

Jodi Bean

August 4, 2020

Jeff, you were a great freind. You were ther when I needed someone and you didn't even know me yet. You were always there when I needed someone and would've done anything for us or for anyone who needed it. We weren't just friends we were "family". You will forever be missed. Rest in peace.

Matt Bean

August 4, 2020

I first met Jeff through my wife. They had worked together. We always had get-togethers at Steve Kline's (another coworker and friend) house. Steve has a pool and Jeff would always threaten to throw me in it. I have a prosthetic leg and don't dare to get it wet. Jeff would laugh about throwing me in so I never knew if he was serious or not. Deep down, I knew he had a good heart and wouldn't hurt those he considered "family."

Rest easy my friend.... till I see you again!!

Janice Maglione

August 3, 2020

I really love Jeffrey he was a good person and I love his daughters and and his wife I babysit for him a lot and he was caring men I am going to miss him deeply bad From. Janice maglione. And Joey maglione

James Bartholow

August 2, 2020

I worked with jeff and cant believe you are gone at a young age jeff was a good guy and will be missed by alot of people including his friend and co workers and you can drive a truck up in heaven my friend

Cheryl Pflaging

August 2, 2020

You were a good friend to me and Clint we will your memory in our hearts and remember you everyday.

denniswise84@yahoo.com Wise

August 1, 2020

I worked with Jeff and his dad Driving dump trucks . Almost every day he'd write something on my tail gate people would be honking there horns behind me. And I new Jeff had written something on my gate.l'm going to miss picking on him about Ford's and him picking on me about Chevy's .he Gave me the nickname Harry from Harry and the Henderson he was a great guy I'll miss him .

Alan French

August 1, 2020

Jeff can't believe your gone, its way to soon. I remember in our high school and even middle school days how much fun we would have. All the times just driving around in your truck not even sure where we were going. I always thought of you as a brother you were always there for me. I will miss that most. And even though we lost touch over the years you were still considered my brother. You will forever be missed by all the people who's life you have touched and especially your family and friends. RIP JEFF.

Jennifer Heckaman

August 1, 2020

Bubba I remember when we was younger we went out to the pool hall in stow. As we were leaving you accident put the truck in reverse and got the truck stuck in the snow bank. Then when you got your first boat you and I went to take it to Berlin lake and when we were out on the lake we started talking on water I asked you if you put the plug in and you told me yeah I think so. So we went and pulled it out of the water and yes bubba you forgot to put the plug in. I love you rest in peace.


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