Jessica Lynn Kieff

November 7, 1970 - January 5, 2008

11/07/1970 - 01/05/2008

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Visitation
Friday January 11, 2008
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Virginia Beach
5792 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
800-934-4648 | Directions
Additional Information:

Family will recive friends 5pm till 8pm

Visitation
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Virginia Beach
5792 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
800-934-4648 | Directions
Additional Information:

Family will recive friends 5pm till 8pm

Norfolk -Jessica Lynn Kieff, 37, passed away at her residence Saturday, January 5, 2008..

Jessica was a devoted loving mother, wife and daughter

She is survived by her husband of three years, Michael Ian Kieff; one son, Scott Dominique Springston; two daughters; Alexis DeAnna Morris and her husband Jonathan and Vanessa Lynn Smith; parents, Carrie and Harold E. Springston, Jr.; two sisters, Theresa Garcia and Laura Marx; brother, Harold Edward Springston, III. Mrs. Kieff is also survived by her first grandchild to be born soon. She also has left behind many friends.

The family will receive friends Friday from 5:00 PM till 8:00 PM at the Altmeyer Funeral Home 5792 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach. Condolences may be offered to the family at altmeyer.com.

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Alexis Morris
8 years ago

Dear Mama,

This is so hard for me. I took care of you when I could. It hurt so much to be the one to take care of you sometimes. I had to be strong and I felt so weak. I feel like I have let you down for so many things. You loved me no matter what and I know we didnt always get along but I loved you through everything. I wonder sometimes about how you feel. I wish you could meet your grandbaby. She is so big now. And she calls me mama.

Thank you for loving me. I love you.

Christy Cribb
8 years ago

Deepest sympathies to all of Jess’ family, we now have another Angel up in Heaven to watch over us!!! She will be missed but never forgotten.

Theryn G.
8 years ago

Snicker, I am sitting here in England at Oxford University and I had to find some way to say “Goodbye” to you because your death and my knowledge of that death is eating me alive. I am sorry that our lives were so messed up, that our family just couldn’t get it together. I am sorry for whatever part I played in your pain. I helped you make your first steps, I watched you learn how to walk alone, I hated you at times as any sibling does but I loved you as well. That’s how I know that love and hate aren’t opposites. You impressed me with your dedication and devotion to raising your kids. I know we had our differences but I never NEVER stopped loving you. Now, maybe I can let myself rest from my grief. I am sorry that you never got to know the real me. I think you would have understood.

I love you still.