Jeffrey John Bihary

Born: 10/19/1960 Passed:

Jeffrey John Bihary, age 60, passed away peacefully on March 30, 2021.  Jeffrey is loved and will be greatly missed.

He is preceded in death by father, Joseph Sr.

He is the son of adoring mother, Mildred; beloved husband to Amy (nee Shroka); loving father of Jacalyn Holko (Jonathon); proud grandfather of Jackson; cherished brother of Janet (Lawrence) Hudak, Joette (Gregory) Gurin, Joseph, Jr. (Joyce), Julie (Donald) Perrin and James (Rebecca); dear uncle, cousin, and friend of many.

To honor Jeffrey’s wishes, there will not be a service. Care has been entrusted to Heritage Cremation Society. Friends and family are invited to share condolences and special memories with the family online at


10 Tributes to Jeffrey John Bihary

  1. Sandy Davenport says:

    Gone way too soon. Jeff could really make us laugh. Many prayers of comfort to Jackie and his grandson Jackson. Jon too. All his family are in our thoughts. Rest easy Jeff. You will be so missed. Love, Jim and Sandy Davenport.

    • Rich Shroka says:

      Rip cowboy to the great swap meet in the sky. We will miss our yearly visits.
      With love, rich and dolly

  2. Carole Iseli says:

    The St. Stephen High School Class of 1965 extends its deepest sympathy to our classmate Janet and her entire family on the passing of her brother Jeffrey John. May he rest in peace and may God grant comfort and consolation to all who knew and loved him.

  3. Bill Holko says:

    My wife Diane and I have fond memories of the times we spent with Jeff, usually at family gatherings. He was always friendly and engaging, and will be missed.

    • Joe Fackelmann says:

      It’s always hard to find out that an old friend has passed. Had a lot of great times with Jeff back in the day. RIP old friend

  4. Char Joyce says:

    You are all in my thoughts, prayers and heart. I am very sorry for your loss of Jeff. He loved all of you very much. Because of him I am blessed with a beautiful daughter and grandson. We will see him again, this is not the end………

  5. tom carroll says:


    Blessings and God’s peace as you experience the death of your dad! Please, in the midst of your sadness, try to celebrate and remember the good times, the good memories, the good things that you learned from him.

    Know of my prayers for you and your family. Take care.

    Brother Tom aka Tom or Hermano

  6. Dave Frueh says:

    Deepest sympathy to Jeff’s family. I know I’m going to miss him. We shared the same sense of humor. I’m happy to have known him. Dave

  7. Judy and Les Sheeler says:

    Our condolences to Jeff’s family. We were Jeff and Amy’s neighbors for many years. Jeff was one of the nicest neighbors we have had. He was always pleasant and easy to talk to. He helped out when we needed our grass cut. He even encouraged us to walk our little dog, Daisy, in his yard. She liked to come over and visit their dog, Chance. Jeff and Amy took such good care of Chance. They rescued him as a stray and took him to all their flea markets. We will miss Jeff.

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