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Jeffrey Don Addington

October 9, 1970 - May 17, 2020

Jeffrey Don Addington passed away at the age of 49, on May 17, 2020. He was born on October 9, 1970 in McKinney, Texas to L.A. Addington and Frances Russell.  

Jeffrey is survived by his two children; Son, Colby Addington of Wylie, Texas and Daughter, Bailey Addington of Wylie, Texas. Brothers; Bryan Addington and wife Adriane of Farmersville, Texas, Bobby Addington and wife Brenda, Richard Addington and wife Sandra and Tim Addington and wife Kim, His sister, Theresa Newberg and Husband Toni.

 Jeffrey is also survived by other nieces, nephews, and other loving relatives.

He is preceded in death by his sister Linda Worley, she passed away in 2006.

A memorial service will be held at Hurst's Fielder-Baker Funeral Home Friday, May 22, 2020 at 11:00AM. 

in lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Farmersville Volunteer Fire Dept and American Diabetes Association. 

 

 

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So sad to hear this news. I’ve known you since you were around 15. Fun times we all had on the Farmersville Square growing up. I know you will be missed by so many. Your smile was infectious... I see that same smile when I see pictures of your children. I always loved keeping Colby as a baby with those sweet little dimples and same sweet smile. I always thought a lot of you and Cindy, both. I pray for peace and comfort with your family and your friends and know that you will forever be missed. Shelly Jack, May 21, 2020 I am truly very sorry that y’all lost such a loving & inspirational father, brother, son & friend. Words cannot heal the pain y’all are experiencing right now. But take comfort from your family & friends that are here for y’all. I have the deepest sympathy for y’all. If there’s anything I can do to help, please ask.
Bubba Landrum, May 20, 2020 This is heartbreaking. Jeff could always make me smile when I was mad and would make me laugh till my stomach hurt. I will never forget the impact this man made on my life. Treated me like his own. Praying for the family, I know this is a great loss. Fly high jeff. Magz(-: Madi Row, May 20, 2020 What a shock to me. Deepest Sympathy to all the Addington Family. Cathy Feagin, May 20, 2020 Wow this is very sad and shocking news. Jeff and I are both from Farmersville and also classmates of 1989. I never knew he lived in Wylie until I ran into him and his wife at our neighborhood Walmart. We stopped and he introduced me to his wife, talked about our lives, kids and how great he looked after having his surgery. R.I.P Jeff you will truly be missed my friend. Donya Johnson-Jenkins, May 20, 2020 Colby and Family, My thoughts and prayers are with Colby and his family. Respectfully,
Carolyn Prater, May 20, 2020 RIP my friend, you will be missed. Dean Dean Mitchell, May 19, 2020 Jeff and I graduated in 1989 together. I was a new guy and Jeff treared me with respect. In a game...I was off sides and Jeff told me it was OK regardless of Kevin Emoru who was of questionable character. The next play...I stopped the run. I believe it was because of Jeff. I also recall in practice where Jeff and I pancaked a defensive player. Jeff was a true Captain of ou team and his kids should be proud of him. He is a difference maker in mine and others lives. Rest in peace...Jeff...fighting farmer. You earned it. Sincerely,
James Middleton , May 19, 2020 I hate to see this. You were so funny when we were younger and such a good friend to my brother. RIP Jeff, who liked reading "Reader's Digest" in my dad's recliner. Lori, May 19, 2020 So shocked and heart broken. Jeff was a great neighbor. Always kind and giving. He will be sorely missed.
Rod and Donna Lucious, May 19, 2020