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Jeffrey “Jeff” Thomas Spampinato, 69, of Savannah, Georgia and husband of Connie Parrish Spampinato, died Thursday morning, October 27, 2022, at his home.

Born in Queens, New York, he was a son of the late Angelo Spampinato and the late Mary Egan Spampinato. Jeff was of the Catholic faith. He retired from Boeing in Seattle, Washington after 30 years as an aircraft technician and mechanic. Jeff loved his time with family and was also an avid Lionel train collector and fisherman. He enjoyed working in the yard and traveling, especially to visit his family and old home places in New York.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Lynn, and a grandchild, Matthew Angelo.

Survivors include his wife of 43 years, Connie Parrish Spampinato; three daughters, Carmen Carroll, Julie Spampinato and her husband, Chris Huffman, and Sophia Spampinato Moses and her husband, Brian; five granddaughters, Allison, Morgan, Jessica, Elizabeth and Rebecca; one grandson, Thomas; one great-granddaughter, Athena; one brother, Stephen Spampinato, and nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends from 10 until 11 o’clock Monday morning, October 31, 2022, at Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

The funeral service will be held at 11 o’clock Monday morning, October 31, 2022, in the chapel of Gamble Funeral Service. Interment will be private.

Remembrances: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tennessee 38105-9959 or Nancy N. and J. C. Lewis Cancer and Research Pavilion – 225 Candler Drive, Suite 204, Savannah, Georgia 31405.

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  1. Bill Bowlin says:

    With God’s speed

  2. John Holmes says:

    Jeff was a good man a good friend and a great man to work with. He will be missed. RIP Buddy

  3. Ann McDowell Reynolds says:

    RIP old friend. You are remembered fondly from high school days! Sincere condolences and prayers to your family.

  4. Jeff Freeman says:

    Jeffrey was my friend, for a very long time. We rarely argue, other then the past the time. We didn’t always agree but most of the time we did. No matter what we talked about he would always end the conversation we “I Know”, Even if he didn’t. He loved his family, and when friends called, he was always there to help with whatever was needed. He was, he is my friend, I will miss him. Hope to see him on the other side

  5. David Pilgrim says:

    I first met Jeff and Connie through Jeff Freeman at a party. We connected as we both worked in the aerospace industry and had a lot in common. He was always willing to help anyone and a joy to be around. He is already truly missed. Rest In Peace Brother, we’ll hook up later!

  6. Jay Martin says:

    So sorry to hear of Jeff’s passing. We had a lot of fun together playing with trains. Just two kids in big bodies. Peace, peace, peace.

  7. Chad Evans says:

    I worked on engines at Boeing with Jeff for a while he was a good guy and I learned a lot from him. I’m sorry to hear of his passing. He will be missed for sure.
    -Chad Evans.

  8. Millie says:

    Conni, Julie, Carmen & Grandbabies
    There are some who bring a light so great to the world that even after they have gone the light remains Jeff rest in peace
    Love your California/Seattle families
    Millie, Moe, Ruben, Sophia, and our grandbabies

  9. Scott & Liza Schulz says:

    I met Jeff through his beautiful wife Connie and was welcomed into their home and treated like family. They always went above and beyond taking care of the people they love. We consider ourselves lucky and blessed to be a part of each others’ lives. We wouldn’t change him if we could and we miss him already. Jeff was one of a kind and we will carry him with us always. Never forgotten.
    Love and all due respect,
    Scott & Liza

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