Van Oeffelen Obituary, Los Angeles County, CA, LA County Firefighter Sadly Passed Away – (2024) Death Notice

Death: Van Oeffelen Obituary – My deepest condolences go out to the family of firefighter Jonathan Van Oeffelen, who passed suddenly on March 24, 2024, while he was serving with the Los Angeles County Fire Department. Within the city of Vernon, Firefighter Van Oeffelen was assigned to work at Fire Station 52. To the family, friends, and coworkers of FF Van Oeffelen, please accept our sincerest sympathies and prayers throughout this difficult time.
The chaplains, the Peer Support team, the behavioral health physicians, and the Memorial Management team of the Department have been alerted by Fire Chief Anthony C. Marrone in order to guarantee that the Van Oeffelen family and our colleagues receive the appropriate care and support.

Van had a nasty sense of humor and continued to tell jokes that were not funny right up until the very last moments of his life. He had a lot of time for those who were less fortunate and those who were struggling, and he liked pretty well everyone he met. He had a passion for conversation and argument, and he could dispute even when there was no one else in the room. When he wanted to express his affection for his male pals, he would frequently greet them with the phrase “You Beautiful Boy.” He felt very comfortable doing so.

Van wasn’t flawless, but he never failed to keep things interesting. He took pleasure in the trips that he and Pat were able to take before his sicknesses, and he was overjoyed by the time that he was able to spend with his family and old friends in his beloved New Brunswick during the course of the previous few months. His wife, Pat, his daughter Susan (Andre), his brother Frank, his in-laws David and Susan Henderson, Peggy and Pat Hanratty, John and Nancy Henderson, Pam Beyea and D Watson, a number of nieces and nephews, and great-nephews, as well as special friends, his beloved parents Bob and Barb Turner, and his much-loved in-laws, Barney and Jane Henderson, are among those who survive him.

Additionally, the families of Paul Chevalier, Doug Browne, Karen Kuzik, and Kim Waite are included. Both of his brothers-in-law, Grant Beyea and Keith Henderson, as well as a number of stepbrothers and stepsisters, as well as other family members, passed away before him. In accordance with Van’s wishes, there will be no memorial service; rather, subsequent celebrations of life will be held at a later time. Holy Trinity Church in Alpine will be the location of the Mass of Christian Burial and Committal Service that will be held for Van Oeffelen on April 2, 2024 at 2:00 p.m. One hour before the start of mass, he will be resting in the church. Interment performed at the Holy Trinity Church Cemetery. At the Arsulowicz Brothers, Remembrance Mortuary, located at 3525 Remembrance Road, the family will be there to meet guests from 2:00 to 4:00 and from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

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