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Dove-Witt Family Mortuary

6630 S. Us Hwy 85/87, Fountain, CO

OBITUARY

Jeffery Michael Jindra

December 8, 1950October 30, 2019
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Jeffery Michael Jindra, beloved and devoted husband, father, and brother, passed away peacefully on October 30, 2019, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He was born in Ft. Leonardwood, Missouri, December 8,1950, the second child born to the late Leona and Ret.Maj. George Jindra. Jeffery attended Wasson High School, and obtained his GED in 1969. Jeffery worked for Highland Lakes Development near Woodland Park, Colorado, while living in Divide Colorado. After a few years he moved to Hanover, Colorado and worked for several Cattle Ranchers. Jeffery raised cattle, farmed, built two homes, one of which was a Geodesic dome home. Jeffery could fix, build or repair anything, being extremely patient and determined with every task before him. He enjoyed traveling to Belize, and many Countries. He enjoyed artifact hunting and rock hounding and was very skilled in lapidary work cutting and polishing beautiful stones. Jeffery was extremely gifted with woodworking, flying drones, fashioning new innovative designs, for art and practical use. In the early 1970’s Jeffery was one of the first to fly hang gliders and then gave lessons to new enthusiast across the Country. Any and all who knew Jeffery loved him for his quick wit, kind and generous manner, and high intelligence. He leaves behind to cherish his memory, devoted wife, Maria L. Jindra, loving son, Dodd Jindra, sister and brother in law Linda and Ret. Lt. Col.James Bacchus and two beautiful nieces, Cassie and Dan Shute and Christine Bacchus. A Life Celebration, and Honoring Ceremony for Jeffery, will be held for friends and family, Saturday November 9, 2019 at 4 pm at Jeffery’s Ranch,16449 Dearing Road, Colorado Springs, Colorado with Officiator Eddie 3 Eagles Chavez.

  • FAMILY

  • Leona Jindra, Mother (deceased)
  • Ret. Maj. George Jindra, Father (deceased)
  • Maria L. Jindra, Wife
  • Dodd Jindra, Son
  • Linda (Ret. Lt. Col. James) Bacchus, Sister
  • Cassie (Dan) Shute, Niece
  • Christine Bacchus, Niece

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, November 9, 2019

Memories

Jeffery Michael Jindra

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Linda Bacchus

November 8, 2019

I will miss you dearly, my little brother. More than words can say. And, I do forgive you for having to live with your smelly feet and shoes, your collection live spiders, the over population of guppies, using mixing bowls as cereal bowls and leaving them under your bed..... Thank you for offering to beat up a boy who broke my heart and loaning me your car to get to work even if there was no reverse and I couldn't move the seat forward.....Many remembered things and a promise not to tell the embarrassing ones!

Linda Bacchus

November 8, 2019

I will miss you dearly, my little brother!! More than words can say. And, I do forgive you for having to live with your smelly feet and shoes, your collection of live spiders , the over population of guppies, those large mixing bowls you used to use as cereal bowls that you'd leave/hide under your bed... Offering to beat up a boy who broke my heart, loaning me your car even if it had no reverse and a seat I couldn't move forward.....A lot of memories and I promise not to tell the embarrassing ones!

Cynthia Auten

November 8, 2019

Jeff was absolutely amazing and it was always so much fun hanging out at his and Maria's house there was never a time I didn't feel at home or apart of the family while I was there. The most memorable memory of him I will cherish forever is his laugh. He always had a way to make a person smile. They always told me the most amazing stories of things they had done and places they had gone... I will absolutely miss him and I will always love the time we had together.

Cassie Shute

November 7, 2019

Uncle Jeff will be greatly missed. Him, Aunt Maria and the ranch are a huge part of my childhood. Loved going there and playing around. Will never forget spending nights in the dome, Riding the horse Rusty, catching little prairie lizards, playing with the toads when it rained, searching for arrowheads and being told u to come to the ranch to do things you can't do at home . I Will never forget Uncle Jeff's laugh and his mischievous manner.

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