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Jeffrey C. Foth

Jeffrey Charles Foth, age 51, of Newark, Delaware passed away unexpectedly in his home on Monday,  May 2, 2022.

Jeff was born in Chester, Pennsylvania to Gail and Robert Foth. He attended Delcastle Technical High School (1989). He was an active member of the Sheet Metal Workers Local Union 19 for 26 years.

Most would say that Jeff had a larger than life personality. He lived for the day and reminded everyone around him to do the same. There was no doubt that he was the life of the party.  He had a kind heart and genuinely cared for others. His beautiful energy lit up every room he walked into and that energy was felt by everyone that surrounded him. We truly lost a one of a kind man.

Jeff wholeheartedly believed that family was the most important thing in the world, showing it by fiercely loving and protecting them. He was a devoted and loving father, son, uncle and brother. To say he loved his daughter is an understatement. They had an unconditional love for each other since the day she was born.

Jeff is survived by his daughter, Jordan; mother Gail Foth; father Robert Foth; brothers Timothy Foth, Robert Foth and Matthew Foth; sister Angela Foth and many loving nieces and nephews.

A Memorial Service will be held at 12:00 PM on Tuesday, May 10, 2022 at the Chandler Funeral Home, 2506 Concord Pike, Wilmington, DE 19803. A visitation will be held prior to the service beginning at 10:30 AM. Interment will follow at Lawncroft Cemetery, Linwood, PA.

In lieu of flowers, Jeff would have wanted donations to be made to the ASPCA https://www.aspca.org/ways-to-give.

Funeral Services

A Memorial Service will be held at 12:00 PM on Tuesday, May 10, 2022 at the Chandler Funeral Home, 2506 Concord Pike, Wilmington, DE 19803. A visitation will be held prior to the service beginning at 10:30 AM. Interment will follow at Lawncroft Cemetery, Linwood, PA.

Condolences

    Carla Riccardi lit a candle and writes,
    Jeff was always the first person to step up to help someone, whether he knew them or not. And wow did he love Jordan. I don't ever remember a conversation where he didn't mention her and how proud he was to be her Dad. We'll miss his smile for sure. Keeping his family in my thoughts and prayers. Let the perpetual light shine upon him and may he rest in peace.
    05/05/2022 10:25 am
    Bo Guiliante writes,
    Jeff was one of my oldest friends. He was a great guy, and loyal to family and friends. We all love you very much and you will be missed. Your friend forever, Bo
    05/05/2022 12:44 pm
    Jake Whittaker lit a candle and writes,
    Jeff is one of the kindest people I have ever meet. He always left everyone wanting to be a better person. Rest easy brother
    05/05/2022 01:07 pm
    Aaron Vazquez lit a candle
    05/05/2022 01:11 pm
    Michelle Myers lit a candle and writes,
    Jeff.. 😢 I have so many memories of you. We have been friends since childhood and I am so thankful that I had the opportunity to know you. You were so funny and loyal to us all. I remember how excited you were when your daughter Jordan was born and every time I saw you , you always shared how proud you were of her. We had our last laughs together when you installed my windows .. oh what a day .. I love u always my friend . Love Michelle
    05/05/2022 01:22 pm
    Dawn Bullock Groover writes,
    Man, what a terrible loss of such great guy! Such a sad, sad day. So glad I was able to hang out and spend time with you during last football season. It was great catching up. I'll still never forget the time you dressed up as the incredible hulk for the Maguires Halloween party! It was Great! You will be missed beyond belief from so many who loved you. To the Foth family and beyond.. I have no words to tell you how sorry I am....❤️
    05/05/2022 02:17 pm
    Sherry and Len Thomas writes,
    Your smile and laughter we will never forget. Rest In Peace Jeff. Heaven is blessed with another Angel 🙏❤️
    05/05/2022 02:32 pm
    Sandy kaup lit a candle and writes,
    We will miss you Jeff. Always helpful to all. Was like a son to me. Loved his daughter dearly. Enjoyed fishing n crabbing. Love you Sandy n Joe
    05/05/2022 03:21 pm
    Alana lit a candle and writes,
    Jeff was a part of our family (Sciocchetti/Marroni) for three years and he was a blast to be around. He brought my husband Jeff and daughter Gracie and niece Ava to Clementine Park where they spent the day riding rides and eating all of the junk food they could. He always made you feel special. Just an all around good guy. He will be missed.
    05/05/2022 04:10 pm
    Kimberley frey writes,
    I will deffinently remember all of the great times we had RIP
    05/05/2022 04:11 pm
    Brian Busche lit a candle and writes,
    Tragic loss . Jeff was a great guy a lot of good memories with him playing baseball together growing up and our dads were really Good friends growing up . We’d run into one another here and there and would always talk a while . Sad to young to go . So sorry to his family and my condolences. He will be missed
    05/05/2022 05:08 pm
    John chambers lit a candle and writes,
    So sad and tragic , im almost at a loss for words. Jeff was one of my oldest childhood friends i grew up with in the old neighborhood. He was a great friend and always laughed and smiled whenever he was around. Many great memories growing up and playing any and all kinds of games and having so many adventures with him and his brothers and other friends , i remember those days well and often reflect on them knowing they were the best days and the best friend and friends a kid could have in those days. Rest in peace my old friend , know that you were loved and will always be remembered. 🙏🏻🙏🏻 Prayers for the entire foth family
    05/05/2022 05:50 pm
    Earl Hood lit a candle and writes,
    What a solid dude! Terrific gentlemen and friend to all! Huge loss and please god, bless the Foth family.
    05/05/2022 06:52 pm
    Laurie writes,
    Jeff was an amazing Man ... A Contagious laugh, a beautiful smile, and a heart of gold. He will be missed . We all adored him. my Condolences to the Foth family! So sorry for your Loss. May he Rest In Peace
    05/05/2022 07:29 pm
    Kenny Pfeil lit a candle
    05/05/2022 07:29 pm
    Kristin Brewer writes,
    Another light burnt out way to soon . My dearest friend Jeff ,will be missed by so many . Jeff was one of a kind in so many ways .His laugh was contagious He was charismatic , loving , genuine but most of all he was a good friend . My heart goes out to the Foth family during these difficult times. I know Jeff will be watching over all of us . His memories will live in our hearts forever. Until we meet again my friend . Not fade away . ◦
    05/05/2022 07:47 pm
    Harry k Lyons lit a candle and writes,
    My thoughts and prayers are with all of Jeff's family. I knew Jeff and his brothers since high-school. He was always a great and light hearted person. So easy going. Still remember him crashing at my house back in high-school on weekends. He will b missed. I know what it's like to lose someone .Godspeed lu bro.
    05/05/2022 07:47 pm
    Harry lit a candle and writes,
    I known Jeff since high. Have great memories of him crashing at my house over the weekends. Going to the beach most summer weekends. I know what it's like to lose someone close. My thoughts and prayers go out to the whole father family. He will be missed
    05/05/2022 08:06 pm
    Rob Mantegna lit a candle and writes,
    R.i.p.my brother you was a true friend many memories. This was a real gut check reminded me none of us are invincible. Fly high until we meet again.
    05/05/2022 08:31 pm
    Jeff Kappauf writes,
    I have a picture of Jeff holding a duck at Carousel Park in pike creek and it really captures his energy. Although I only knew him a few years, his character left a lasting impression. He was a great guy. I'm sorry for this loss.
    05/05/2022 08:50 pm
    Kristina Popov writes,
    Rest In Peace Jeff.. To the Foth family..I am so sorry for your loss
    05/05/2022 09:23 pm
    Joe Archangelo writes,
    Sorry to hear this news. I have great memories of Jeff dating way back to our Claymont little league days. He will be missed.
    05/06/2022 09:47 am
    Jason R. Mallon lit a candle and writes,
    Jeff was a man's man. He had a smile that lit up lifes around him. Prayers are sent to his family and those of us who have lost alot with this. My only hope is that Tate Farrow and you and so many others are hanging out..You are missed.
    05/06/2022 01:09 pm
    Kenny lynch writes,
    Hey my brother I'm going to miss you and miss working with you.you always had a positive attitude about everything.and I loved your Hulk picture.love you bro,rest in peace.untilwe meet again or work together up there. Peace bro.
    05/06/2022 07:44 pm
    Lori adams kays lit a candle and writes,
    Wow!! I really can’t believe this!! You will be truly missed!! I’m so sorry to Foth family,,you now have a forever angel always looking over you !!!
    05/07/2022 05:39 am
    Dora Carroll mills lit a candle and writes,
    Jeff growing up all the girls absolutely loved you for you were the nicest cutest guy in the neighborhood your smile and laugh could make everyone in a bad mood turn happy 😊 you were that friend we all wanted to be around. Lots of good memories we will hold in our hearts and never forget. I'm so sorry you had to go for you are leaving many broken hearts 💔God does take the best 😢rip my friend to the father family I am so very sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers are with you all 🙏 to Jeff daughter sweetie I'm am so sorry just know you were and will always be his shining star 🌟
    05/07/2022 08:08 am
    Paul Friel writes,
    Such terrible news for me to hear. Sometimes Jeff and I would lose touch for years but when we saw each other again it was like we never missed a day. It saddened me that I had not seen him for a while and now it's too late. He was genuine, kind and always tried to do the right thing. He helped me with many projects I had at my condo then the house I built because that's the person he was. He was a REAL friend to me and many others. He loved his daughter and his family and he will be missed by many including myself. RIP Jeff
    05/07/2022 03:43 pm
    Jay Gallons writes,
    So sad tho hear. Jeff was such a great guy. Someone I will always remember from my younger years. He was a great baseball player, teammate and friend. Prayers to the entire Forh Family.
    05/08/2022 09:27 am
    Angela Parker lit a candle and writes,
    Jeff... Jeff... Jeff!!! I met him years ago at the refinery and he was a dedicated hole watch, every day except Fridays... That's when he picked up his daughter... We later reconnected on Facebook and he was truly a Trump fan... We had some heated debates along with Rob Pontius... They would last all day, probably why I lost my job working for Tim... But only the good die young, and except for the Trump thingy, you're still alright with me... Rest in Paradise... Give Rob a pat on the back for me...
    05/09/2022 07:02 pm
    William Sheppard lit a candle and writes,
    So many damn good memories Jeffro with Timmy,Matt and of course,Angela. But the funniest and one of the best memories I have of Claymont Delaware was with you and Timmy. I apologize Tim and,sorry Ms Foth, but, Jeff, Tim and myself were trying to get somebody to get us a 'beer run' one summer night and Jeff asked a guy going into George's bar and he said something wise to Jeff. Wrong move! Jeff said something back and the guy, who was older than us,pulled out a knife! Well,Jeff says (as he's reaching into his back pocket), "Oh, you wanna play with knives do ya?" By the time Jeff got to the word play in that sentence, the guy had dropped his knife turned and was already,full sprint running away,leaving his car mind you in the parking lot and Jeff starts chasing this guy down the MIDDLE of Darley Road with.....A Blue 'UNBREAKABLE' COMB!!!! Poor guy,screaming for someone to help him while me and Timmy are laughing so hard that I believe it still hurts to this day! I don't know if you remember Timmy but those were good times. In all seriousness, Jeff you were one of the good guys. A friend,confidant, an angel on my one shoulder devil on the other, you were part of me and I believe everyone you met has a little part of you in them. But it feels like that part's been ripped out of my chest right now. You definitely were and are a brother not by blood but,by spirit and a bond that, was real and still is. And,meeting you I'm sure everybody had a bond with you brother. I never met anyone that didn't like you and that's the truth. So,Say hi to my family up there all right and please say hi to my wife. We'll see each other again, that I promise. See you soon brother.
    05/09/2022 08:19 pm
    Vinnie lit a candle and writes,
    My condolences go out to his family, Jeff was one of kind.
    05/09/2022 09:11 pm
    Bryan Tew lit a candle and writes,
    My condolences to the Foth family. I enjoyed working side by side with you, you made the day fly by. I will miss all the crazy stories you shared with me. You will be deeply missed brother...🙏
    05/10/2022 12:32 pm
    Tim Spence writes,
    My heart goes out to the Foth family. I remember Jeff even before we were in kindergarten. He & his family’s home was adjacent to ours in Knollwood. It’s way too soon, but may his spirit live on forever among those of us who knew him! ❤️
    05/13/2022 09:51 am
    John Crist lit a candle and writes,
    Jeff's big heartedness and sly humor were great to be around, but his unconditional love for his daughter is the thing I'll remember most. Sincere condolences to his family and friends.
    05/18/2022 03:30 pm

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