Jeffrey Humelsine

Jeffrey Humelsine

Thursday, June 21st, 1962 Friday, January 29th, 2021

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Obituary for Jeffrey Humelsine

Jeffrey T. Humelsine, of Knoxville, MD (formerly of Hagerstown, MD) went to be with the Lord on January 29, 2021 after a heroic battle with cancer. Jeff was born on June 21, 1962, the oldest son of Terry and Mary (Henninger) Humelsine of Boonsboro, MD who survive him.

On November 3, 2014, Jeff became the devoted husband of Donna M. Ventimiglia, who was by his side throughout his illness. He is also survived by his brother, W. Jason Humelsine and his wife Stacey, his sister Kelly Ellis and her husband Ted, nieces Katherine L. Ellis, and Colleen M. and Caroline A. Cain and nephews, Joshua A. and Aaron M. Humelsine, and by his mother-in-law and friend Jodell S. Ventimiglia.

Jeff was employed by Hollywood Casino at Charles Town, WV for 15 years. Prior to that, Jeff worked at Grove Worldwide for over 20 years. Jeff loved playing golf and was a huge fan of the Dallas Cowboys, as well as amusement parks and a roller coaster enthusiast. Jeff traveled to many amusement parks around the country just to ride their roller coasters.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Jeffrey T. Humelsine Memorial Fund, 1300 North Maple Avenue, Brunswick, MD 21716 (301-834-7777).

A memorial service will be held at Boonsboro Family Worship Center, 7605 Old National Pike, Boonsboro, MD, 21713 on Saturday February 27, 2021 at 6:00 pm.

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Colleen Cain

Uncle Jeff was always such a bright person to be around. He was full of fun facts and trivia, and you couldn’t help but laugh when he would crack one of his cheesy jokes. We loved talking about video games and TV shows with him. Most of all, we appreciated the unconditional love and support he gave our Aunt Donna and our grandparents, especially in their times of need. We will sincerely miss you and love you always! Love, your nieces, Colleen and Caroline
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kathleen smallwood

Rest In Peace dear friend. Your smile and your kind words daily will be missed. I am glad to have had the pleasure to work with you through the years.
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Debra Cain

To my Dear sister, Donna, Your life was changed & enriched when Jeff entered into it. ♥️ It is again changed because Jeff was your rock. He loved you dearly & still loves you eternally. Our prayers will be with you always. ♥️ We love you! 💕🙏
Love, Debbie, John, Colleen, & Caroline Cain.
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Brian Kurtyka

Sorry to learn of Jeff's passing. I played varsity soccer with Jeff (and his brother Jason) at North Hagerstown High School in 1980. Jeff was always in a good mood, land I remember fondly his distinctive laught. I pray for the peaceful repose of Jeff's soul and healing and comfort for his family. Rest in peace, Jeff.
- Brian Kurtyka
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Pat Bingham

Jeff was a very dear, friend and neighbor. He was always the most kind and upbeat person you could ever meet. He was always there to help and take care of people. He loved going to Church and singing Worship to the Lord. He left us way too soon, he will never be forgotten .We love you Jeff
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