Jeffrey Clay Ringulet, 54, died peacefully at this home in Lakeview on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011.
Jeff was born to Robert and Irene (Dunlap) Ringulet in Osceola, Wis. on Feb. 3, 1957. He grew up in Los Angeles, Calif. and attended North Hollywood High School, where he won many trophies as a star long distance runner. He finished his last two years of high school at Klamath Union High in Klamath Falls graduating in 1975. After graduating he immediately began his long career as a finishing contractor.
While in Klamath Falls Jeff met, fell in love with and married Trenna Killion on Dec. 15, 1979. They moved to Lakeview in 1986.
Jeff’s number one commitment in life was to his Savior, Jesus Christ. After this came his family, friends and his business. He was an accomplished musician and enjoyed perfecting his talent as a guitarist. He had been playing the guitar since grade school.
He was preceded in death by his father Robert Ringulet; grandson Rayce Wyatt Ringulet.
Jeff is survived by his wife Trenna of Lakeview; sons Jeremy of Junction City and Nolan of Lakeview; mother and step-father Irene and Bill Nash (D.D.S. retired) of Klamath Falls; brothers Doug Ringulet of Klamath Falls, Tad Ringulet of Brookings and Jay Ringulet of Meridian, Idaho; sisters Julie Ringulet-Hornbuckle of Klamath Falls, Jeri Ringulet-Prosser of Tulelake, Sherry O’Boyle of Eugene and Patti Moore of Clear Water, Fla.; grandchildren, Coby Griffiths-Ringulet and Noah Ringulet; very best friends Gerald and Marla Slay of Lakeview.
Services for Jeff will be announced at a later date.
Contributions in Jeff’s memory may be made to Lakeview Disaster Unit, P.O. Box 1007, Lakeview 97630 or to a charity of the donor’s choice.
Desert Rose Funeral Chapel is in charge of the arrangements.