Jeffrey L. Prince

Trivoli – Jeffrey L. Prince, 70, of Trivoli, passed away at 11:55 PM on Sunday, May 14, 2017 at his residence. He was born on February 7, 1947 in Dobbs Ferry, New York to Lewis and Norma (Platania) Prince. He married Marsha Richardson on May 23, 1981 at St. Peters Lutheran Church in Glasford, IL, she survives.

Also surviving are four children, Scott Prince of Peoria, Karin (Mike Cole) Ray of Tinley Park, Clay (Jamie) Richardson of Pekin, and Casey (Mary) Richardson of Browning; six grandchildren, Korie, Briar, Reese, Jake, Gracie and Kale.

Jeffrey was preceded in death by his parents and one sister.

Jeffrey worked as an electrical lineman for 50 years retiring from Ameren. He loved his grandkids dearly and never missed their sporting events. He was an avid hunter, fisherman, and loved being outdoors.

A celebration of life service will be held from 5-7 PM on Thursday, May 18, 2017 at Anderson-Sedgwick Funeral Home in Farmington, IL. Memorials can be made to the Pekin Union Mission. To make online condolences you may go to www.sedgwickfuneralhomes.com

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7 Responses to Jeffrey L. Prince

  1. Patti Jo Brtva says:

    Karin,
    My deepest sympathies to you and your family. The loss of a parent is one of the most devastating events of a lifetime. Know that you have my full support as you go through this.

  2. Nuala Burnett says:

    Karin and family

    So sorry for your loss, you are in my prayers

  3. Sue Slansky says:

    Karin, My thoughts and prayers to yo and your family. Know that he is no longer in pain or suffering and will be in your hearts forever.

  4. Mary R says:

    I truly was honored to have some great memories hunting with you. We laughed a lot. I wish I had the opportunity to of gotten to know you more. Prayers and Hugs to all of the family. We will all miss you Jeff

  5. Dot Schieren Rosenthal says:

    I did not know any of you personally however I did spend much time with Jeff as a teenager. We watched the Beetles on Ed Sullivan together with other friends. My condolences to all. I was happy to have know him. My first home with my husband was the house that Jeff lived in with Louie and Irene.

    Dot Schieren Rosenthal

  6. Dot Schieren Rosenthal says:

    I did not know any of you personally however I did spend much time with Jeff as a teenager. We watched the Beetles on Ed Sullivan together with other friends. My condolences to all. I was happy to have know him. My first home with my husband was the house that Jeff lived in with Louie and Irene in South Cairo N.Y.

    Dot Schieren Rosenthal

  7. Gerard says:

    Dear Karin
    My deepest sympathy is with you and Scott at the loss of your dad Jeff. We grew up living next door to each other in South Cairo NY when we were in our teens. He always had that mischievous smile on his face which always kept you guessing.
    My wife Denise remembers him as student council president; a very popular guy. Our prayers go with you and Scott.

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