Oberg, Jeffrey W.

Jeffrey Wayne Oberg, age 60, of Cleveland, OH died September 19, 2019.  Devoted husband of Denise A. Provenzale.  Loving father and best friend of Nicholas and the late Arielle.  Cherished son of Jacqueline (nee Vargo) and the late John Oberg.  Brother of Janna.

Jeff was a proud, life-long resident of the Old Brooklyn neighborhood of Cleveland, OH, supporting local businesses and the community.  He spent his career working in the Cleveland long-term care industry.  Jeff had a life long commitment to, and was a current Dad Advisor of, the Denbrook Chapter of DeMolay, shaping the lives of generations of boys throughout greater Cleveland.  He was also a 32nd degree Mason at John W. Barkley Lodge, #621.  Jeff enjoyed the simpler things in life:  summer days gardening at the Benjamin Franklin community garden, mornings reading the Plain Dealer on the living room floor with his buddy, Freeway, since his early days delivering it, and preparing amazing meals for his family and friends (usually on the grill/smoker).  I

n lieu of flowers, the family recommends supporting the Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation (www.OldBrooklyn.com) or Senior Citizen Resources, Inc., 3100 Devonshire Rd., Cleveland, OH 44109 in memory of Jeff.  Special thanks to the many families and friends for their exceptional loving support during Jeff’s recent illness.  Lastly, the family would like to thank the amazing ICU teams at both MetroHealth Hospital and the Cleveland Clinic for their loving care of Jeff over the past 7 weeks.

The family will receive friends at the BUSCH FUNERAL HOME, 4334 Pearl Rd., Cleveland on Tuesday from 3 – 8 pm, with a Masonic Service at 7:30 pm.  The funeral service will be Wed. at 10 am at the Brooklyn Heights United Church of Christ, followed by burial at Brooklyn Heights Cemetery.  Arrangement by BOLLINGER FUNERAL SERVICES   www.bollingerfuneral.com

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  1. My deepest condolences to Nick, Denise, family members and friends. I have known Jeff over 25 years and have worked with him in several capacities. He has always been a positive influence in my life and always offered kind words of wisdom. We shared memories from working in long term care, ice-sculpting, food industry and friends. God bless all, may he rest in peace and guide us from above.

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