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Jeffery "Jeff" Landon Bolt, 57, of Weatherford, passed away Friday, January 25, 2019 in Fort Worth. Visitation will be held Wednesday evening, January 30, from 5 until 8, at the Galbreaith-Pickard Funeral Chapel, 913 N. Elm Street, in Weatherford. Funeral services celebrating his life will be held Thursday, January 31, at 10 A.M. at the funeral home. A graveside service will follow at the Greenwood Community Cemetery west of Weatherford.
Jeff was born April 15, 1961 in Seminole, Oklahoma to Henry and Patricia Bolt. He married Star Lynn Beene on June 23, 2001. Jeff was 'work-a-holic' who worked as a construction superintendent for Imperial Construction for over 18 years. He was a company man who thoroughly loved his job. Jeff will be remembered as a 'genuine true friend' who was always willing to 'do anything for anybody.' He would always fill any room with his presence. Jeff collected knives and guns and was always tinkering with cars. Most of all, Jeff will be remembered as a loving family man who was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. Jeff is survived by his wife, Star; his sons, Brandon and wife Candace Bolt, Christopher and wife Jennifer Bowers and Toby and wife Shayna Bowers; grandchildren, Chisolm, Clancey, Hunter, Takota, Tepekos, Salem and Jensen; his sister, Terry Lynn McCloud and twin-sister, Jennifer Leigh Mulkey; his brother, Stephen Leslie Bolt; his beloved dogs, Sissy Lynn and Sadie; beloved friend Poppa Joe Friddle; his "Wifey #2", Brenda Lapierre; numerous nieces and nephews; and a host of friends.
Jeff was preceded in death by his parents.
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