Malfregeot, Mr. Justin Michael
Date of birth: Aug. 9, 1982 - Date of death: April 29, 2012
Mr. Justin Michael Malfregeot, age 29. of Buckhannon, WV, passed away
unexpectedly on Sunday, April 29, 2012. Justin was born August 9, 1982, in
Clarksburg, WV, the only child of Kathy Ann Jenkins Malfregeot and
Jules B. “J.B.” Malfregeot, Jr., both of Fort Myers, Fl.
He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Betty Bayne Jenkins
Chipps and Joseph John Jenkins, Sr., his paternal grandfather, Jules B. Malfregeot,
Sr., and his uncles, Michael Nelson Jenkins & John Edward Chipps, Jr.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his paternal grandmother, Melina
“Mem” Malfregeot, Clarksburg, WV, his maternal step-grandfather, John Edward
Chipps, Sr., Clarksburg, WV, by several aunts & uncles, Linda Jenkins, French
Creek, WV, John & Joyce Greaver, Bridgeport, WV, John & Sheila Jenkins,
Buckhannon, WV, Jim & Robin Monroe, Warsaw, VA, from his mother's family
and Tommy & Jessie Malfregeot, Joe & Linda Oliveto & Rick Malfregeot, all of
Clarksburg, from his father's family. Justin is also survived by several cousins
and a true source of joy to him, his grand nephews & nieces.
Justin attended the Grace Church in Cape Coral, FL. He graduated from
Fort Myers High School and had attended Edison Community College in
Fort Myers, FL. He then spent several years in the housing and hospitality
industries before returning to his home in West Virginia. Since that time,
Justin has been employed at Jenkins Ford in Buckhannon, WV.
Justin, affectionately known as “Justie Bear” to his mom, aunts and uncles,
was loved dearly by so many people. Friends and family were drawn to his
genuine concern for the feelings of others, his delightful sense of humor and the
value he placed on spending time with family and friends.
Justin's love for books began in his early years, when he spent countless hours
sitting on his mamaw's lap while she read to him. He also loved music, learning,
animals and spending time on the computer connecting with family and friends
from around the country.
Justin's gentle spirit will always be remembered, and his memory will remain in
our lives as we tell stories about him, laugh about things we did together, and
treasure the time he was with us. Miss you already, Justie Bear '
Friends may call at the Davis-Weaver Funeral Home, 329 East Main Street,
Clarksburg from 2 – 4 & 6 – 8 P. M. on Friday, where a funeral service will be held
Saturday, May 5, 2012 at 11:00 A. M. with the Pastor Robert Shingleton presiding.
Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery.
My sweet Baby Love, You so quickly became my best friend and so very important to me. I love you and my heart hurts so very deeply to go on without you. I'll keep the plans we made, I know you would want that. I wish you knew how many people are mourning you. To Justin's family, my deepest condolences. I'm so sorry for the loss of this sweet, gentle soul. He was one of the most wonderful people I've ever met.
Justin, you were a such a wonderful person. The world is a little darker without your kind and gentle soul. Thank you for your friendship and the countless hours of laughter we shared while geekin' it out on the internet. My deepest condolences to Justin's family, he touched so many lives and will never be forgotten.
Debra "Debster" Godbey
My dear cousin, you will be missed so very much. You were more than a cousin, you were my friend. Your positive outlook on life and your caring soul made you one of a kind. I will miss you, as so many other will also. May you be with your mamaw on the other side.
My heart is with the family during this sad time. Justin is a bright soul, a person you could go to with anything, he loved everyone for who they were, there was never a need to put on airs around him. My life has been enriched because he was a part of it and I'm thankful for the special time I had with him. He will forever leave a lasting footprint on my heart and will never be forgotten. Our time was short, but our friendship was deep and every day without you is hard, but I know that your legacy will live on. Miss you more than words can describe''
Margie Ann (Anderson) Moss
To Kathy and family. I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Justin. I never knew him but from the condolences it sounds like he was a wonderful young man who I would have liked to have met. My heart goes out to all of you.
I met Justin at Robin's wedding and found him a delightful young man. Even though I did not have the opportunity to know him really well, everyone you meet in your life journey becomes a part of you from then on and shapes the person that you continue to become with each day. I am so very fortunate to have met Justin and that he became a part of my life if only for a brief time. I know I am a better person to have known him.
I lit a candle for Justin today at my church. I know we have been out of touch for so long Kathy, and I can't imagine how painful this is but I am thinking of you and your family. You and I were very close once and I wish I could have known Justin. I'm so sure he was a wonderful man. My prayers are with you and your family tonight.
Kathy, There are no words to express my deepest sorrow. My heart aches for you. I cant imagine what you are going through. I have a son Justin who will be 29 in May. It is funny how we both picked that name and they were about the same age. May God give you the strength to get through this.