The online guestbook for Jeffrey Krupnikoff

Posted on July 11, 2009
Posted by: Linda DiNapoli & Zachary Singer
From: West Hartford Ct.

Message: Dear Terry, Lesley, Janis, Diana,& Renee, It is with profound saddness and a heavy heart that we both hear of the sudden passing of your beloved son, brother and soul mate Jeffrey. I csn especially remember his sparkling eyes that always reminded me of Slo Krupnikoff and his bright smile as he recounted all of his travels with Renee through pictures and stories. We are both deeply saddened for all of you at this sudden loss of someone so dear, however, we will remember him always for all that he brought to your lives and the fond memories left behind. With deepest sympathy. Linda DiNapoli & Zachary Singer

Posted on July 11, 2009
Posted by: Barry Herman, M.D.
From: Radnor PA

Message: My heartfelt condolences go out to Jeff's family and loved ones. I'll remember him as a terrific person, smart, funny, popular, and kind. I saw him at our Conard reunion last summer, and I now wish I had spent some more time chatting with him. He will be missed. Barry

Posted on July 11, 2009
Posted by: Jan Mello
From: Durham CT

Message: As a longterm member of Kuhn's Board of Directors and its committees, Jeff spent many hours working to improve the agency's ability to provide employment services for people with disabilities. His legal expertise helped strengthen the agency's policies, procedures and By-Laws. He worked tirelessly with other Board members to secure Kuhn's new home on Silver Lake. He will be missed by his fellow Board members, Kuhn staff, and especially the clients who were always the focus of his efforts. I personally will miss teasing him about his computer skills. Rest in peace, Jeff.

Posted on July 11, 2009
Posted by: Kevin Magness
From: Broken Arrow OK

Message: Getting to know Jeff was one of the highlights of our time living in Connecticut. We first came to know Jeff as he was handling some legal issues for us. Then Jeff asked that I join him on the Board of Directors of Kuhn, which I did. Jeff was a pleasure to be around, most always smiling or telling a funny story of an adventure he'd had. This world has lost a good man.

Posted on July 12, 2009
Posted by: Dr. John Mormile
From: Portland CT

Message: I knew Jeff both professionally and personally. He was a good friend to me and was there through some difficult times in my life. He shared his spiritual side which I believe is who he really was. A caring, insightful, loving (of children as well) man with compassion for the differences between us all. I loved him and he will be missed John Mormile

Posted on July 12, 2009
Posted by: Maggie Glucklich (Margie Selwitz)
From: Sarasota FL

Message: I was shocked and saddened to hear of Jeff's passing. I went through elementary, junior high (King Philip) and high school with Jeff (Conard). I remember him as a spirited, fun-loving, bright fellow who wouldn't hurt a fly. He was a friend to many and could always be counted on to bring tons of fun and jokes to any of our 6th grade parties! Upon seeing Jeff's photo, I feel that he looked exactly the same as he did in elementary school, except older; his great smile intact! My hope is that your fond memories will ease your grief at this very difficult time. Fondly, Maggie Glucklich (formerly Margie Selwitz)

Posted on July 12, 2009
Posted by: Holly E. Ferrara
From: Middletown CT

Message: To Jeff's family and beloved partner Renee. I am so very sorry to hear of Jeff's passing. He will be missed deeply. I know he is at peace.

Posted on July 13, 2009
Posted by: Karen Nyhlen
From: Los Angeles CA

Message: I mourn the loss of my sister Renee's loving partner Jeff. He was a part of our family and he will be so missed. My heart and prayers are with Renee and Jeff's family. The world is a better place because of Jeff.

Posted on July 13, 2009
Posted by: Sean W. Moore
From: Meriden CT

Message: On behalf of the Board of Directors, the membership and the staff of the Greater Meriden Chamber of Commerce I am writing to express our deep sadness to hear of the passing of Jeff Krupnikoff. Jeff selflessly served the Meriden area business community as a very active member of our Board, Chamber Golf Committee and as a Chamber Ambassador. His dry sense of humor lightened up many a meeting which benefitted from Jeff's unique blend of intelligence and wit. Please know that he will be missed by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him.

Posted on July 13, 2009
Posted by: Stan Lappen
From: Walnut Creek CA

Message: I was absolutely devasted with the news of Jeff's passing. I had known Jeff since Norfeldt school as he and I were always in the same home room, from Norfeldt to KP to Conard. Always a great guy, a real spirited soul with a great sense of humor and abundant energy. While I had not seen him since graduating Conard in 1968, I had the pleasure of seeing him at our 40th reunion. What a loss! I would love to share a picture that was taken of Jeff and some of us from the reunion.

Posted on July 15, 2009
Posted by: Carol Reichlin Ingram
From: Portland CT

Message: Diana, I was saddened to read about Jeff's passing. When seeing Jeff's photo, I couldn't believe how much he looked exactly like he did back in elementary, junior and high school. You and your family must have been so proud of Jeff and his accomplishments. I hope that you all find comfort in memories of good times together. Fondly, Carol (Reichlin) Ingram

Posted on July 19, 2009
Posted by: Mary Ann Jurek
From: Meriden CT

Message: I had the pleasure of working with Jeff at the Greater Meriden Chamber of Commerce several years ago. He was a wonderful person, humorous and thoughtful. You remain in our prayers.

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