Jeffrey Wood Brumbalow

April 2, 1971July 22, 2018

Jeffrey Wood Brumbalow passed away suddenly on July 22, 2018 at his residence in San Antonio, Texas. Jeff was born in Hamilton, Texas on April 2, 1971 to Ben Brumbalow and Barbara (Massingill) Jarrett.

Jeff is survived by his son, Calvin Chase Brumbalow of San Antonio, mother, Barbara Jarrett and husband, Tom from Crockett, Texas. Step-mother, Cathy Brumbalow of Hamilton, Step-brothers Aaron Sparks, wife Sharon and daughters, Alyssa & Chloe of Spring, Texas. Clay Sparks of Austin, Texas.

Aunt, Nancy Sellers and husband Bobby of Hamilton, their sons Miles Sellers and wife Gina of Hamilton, Kyle Sellers and wife Kayla and son Brendan of Jonesboro, Texas. Aunt Verla Lanmon of Hamilton, sons David Lanmon and wife Rachel of Hewitt, Junior Lanmon and wife Ginger of Hamilton, many cousins and loving friends.

Jeff was predeceased in death by his father, Ben Brumbalow, grandparents, JB and Laphane Brumbalow. Ottis and Velma Massingill all of Hamilton.


  • Ben Brumbalow, Father
  • Barbara Jarrett, Mother
  • Tom Jarrett, Step-Father
  • Calvin Brumbalow, Son
  • Cathy Brumbalow, Step-Mother
  • Aaron Sparks, Step-Brother
  • Sharon Sparks, Step- Sister-in-law
  • Clay Sparks, Step-Brother
  • Nancy Sellers, Aunt
  • Bobby Sellers, Uncle
  • Verla Lanmon, Aunt


  • Memorial Service Saturday, August 4, 2018

Jeffrey Wood Brumbalow

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Tania Holbrook

August 3, 2018

Jeff was always nice to me and he was such a funny guy in school. Later on in life, we reconnected through our love for scouting. He was so excited about my son becoming an Eagle Scout and his son was on his way to becoming one as well. Thank you for all your work and dedication to our youth and helping them "Be Prepared". You will be missed, my friend.

Tania Newman Holbrook
Class of 1989
Cubscout Pack 210
Killeen Texas

Scott "Woody" Woodard

July 27, 2018

Neighbors and fellow Cub Scout and Boy Scout leaders. Oh, the memories.... swamping a canoe, a camp out medical emergency followed by Jeff swinging in the air and falling off his air mattress when awaken, calmly patching up lots of bloody cuts, for a little while, driving a car that was waaaaaay too small for him. There are lots and lots of young men who know first aid because of Jeff. Miss you, bro.

Jackson woodard

July 27, 2018

I have known Jeff Brumbalow for 10 years now, since I became friends with his son, Calvin. I remember him taking me to UT football games, soccer practices, scout meetings and camp outs. He was truly a special man who will be dearly missed.

Tami Herrington (Bass)

July 25, 2018

Being a fellow classmate of Jeff's, I remember him always laughing and smiling. If he wasn't telling a joke, he was laughing at one. Always happy!!!!

Michelle Barnes

July 25, 2018

Jeffrey Brumbalow was dedicated to boy scouts and helped many boys, including my older son, learn about first aid, and helping the troop earn important merit badges. Mr. Brumbalow gave freely of his time and was thorough in his teaching of emergency first aid. Calvin, you have our deepest sympathies. Your father was a good and generous man.

Michelle Barnes