Mullins & Thompson Funeral Service

1621 Jefferson Davis Highway, Fredericksburg, VA


Jeffrey Leon Meade

February 27, 1958March 11, 2020

Jeffrey Leon Meade, 62, of Ruther Glen, Virginia passed away on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at his home. He was a loving husband, father, and Papow (Pappy). Jeff was born in Norton, Virginia, the son of Evans Leon Meade and the late Anna Lee Meade. He was raised in Fairfax, Virginia and graduated from Fairfax High School. Jeff worked for Wilson Trucking for 40 years. His hobbies included spending time with his family and friends, hunting, collecting watches, amateur radio and serving his community. He served as President of Woodbridge Little League and was on the Board of Directors, for the Lake Caroline community, in which he lived. Jeff is survived by his loving wife, Rhonda; two sons, Joshua Meade & wife, Kathleen, and Brandon Meade & wife, Jessica; sister, Angela Barnette; and five grandchildren, Hunter, Mason, Connor, Julia, and Colton. The family will receive friends at Mullins and Thompson Funeral Service, Fredericksburg Chapel, on Sunday, March 15, 2020 from 3:00-4:30 pm, with a celebration of life service starting at 4:30 pm. He will be interred during a private ceremony for the family at Concord Baptist Church in Ruther Glen, Virginia. In lieu of flowers, the family asks donations be made in his name to American Diabetes Association or The Make-A-Wish-Foundation. Online condolences may be sent at www.mullinsthompsonfredericksburg.com


  • Visitation Sunday, March 15, 2020
  • Celebration of Life Sunday, March 15, 2020


Jeffrey Leon Meade

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Bo & Hank McArthur

March 15, 2020

We are so very saddened to here of Jeff’s passing. He was a great guy and we always enjoyed him stopping by when came to visit his family here in “The Pound”. Our prayers are with the entire family through out the days ahead. RIP Jeff....I know one lady that was waiting to take you in her arms.

Our deepest condolence, Bo &Crystal ( Hank) McArthur.
Pound, Va.

Bob Westall

March 15, 2020

I had the privilege of working with and friendship with Jeff for 39 years. He was always there to help anyone in need. From taking care of everyone’s cars to supporting all the truck rodeos Jeff always was there to help.
We had a lot of good times together and went through a lot of hard situations together. He was always trying to find the best or better way to help. We will truly miss our dear and loyal friend.
With deepest sympathy,
Bob Westall

Brian and Terry Hurley

March 15, 2020

I only knew Jeff for a couple years and particularly over the past year while serving with him on the Lake Caroline Board. Jeff was passionate about this community and was not afraid to speak up when he had questions or recommendations on how to improve quality of life for all of our neighbors. Over the past few months Jeff and I would talk quite a bit about dredging, recreation, elections, and how we can best help our neighbors. My wife and I work with Wright’s Chapel Lumberjacks where we provide free firewood to families in need throughout the county. Jeff knew about this and three months ago he gave me his chainsaw that he could no longer use. He knew that this saw would be put to good use and this was his way to continue helping his county neighbors. Just a small example but this is how I will always remember Jeff. As a man with a big heart and seemed to always find ways to help those around him and show that he truly cared. Rest peacefully Jeff and our prayers go with you and all of your loved ones!

Jim Rogers

March 14, 2020

Dear Rhonda and family,
I am so sorry to learn of Jeff's passing. I first met Jeff when I started working at Wilson Trucking in 1982, Throughout the next 34 years he was ready to help anytime I had a question or problem, and we continued to stay in contact in recent years. Having Jeff as a co-worker and friend was one of the things that made my career at Wilson more enjoyable.

Gary Teates

March 14, 2020

Dear Rhonda,
Jeff and I became fast Friends as soon as we meet through my phone call for employment.
He asked me what was the best thing I could do for Him if He hired me and
I replied "Preventive Maitenance"!
From that point forward I did all I could to keep his Fleet Working and I came to realize He was doing all He could to compensate me for my efforts to keep Wilson Trucking # 1!
Jeffs' personality was what endeared him to all!
It also let everyone know He was His own Man and that He was not bashful about helping others!
He helped me and I am forever grateful!
I know Jeff was aware of the current National Health Crisis and that He would want no one to jeopardize their well being or their Loved ones well being.
His compassion for others was quite evident.
I will be contacting You and I will be visiting Jeff at His resting place.
Gary Teates

Janice Barrett

March 13, 2020

Rhonda and family,
Jr and I were so sadden to hear of Jeff's passing. We have so many fun memories of growing up together with the Powers family. Our hearts are hurting because we know you are hurting. You are in our prayers and we send all our love to each one of you.

Jr and Janice Barrett

Mike Stanford

March 13, 2020

Please accept my condolences. I know there are no words to ease your grief so I won't try. But know that you have the support of your family friends and co-workers to help you move on.


March 13, 2020

Jeff and me were very good friends and worked together for Wilson for a long time.Jeff being in Newington and Fredreckburg and myself in Fishersville. We talked all the time and tried to help each other daily. Jeff for years sent my wife and me the White House Christmas Ornament and we hung on the tree every year. He will be really missed for we talked a lot after our years at Wilson.I will always remember him and how much we did together.

Mark Linhoss