Jeffrey Angelo Scialabba

Jeffrey Angelo Scialabba

Austin , TX
08.06.1988 - 09.26.2019
Birthplace
New York

Jeff lost his battle with addiction on September 26, 2019 at the age of 31.  He was the son of Mark and Colleen Scialabba; brother of Gregory and Juliana.  Left to cherish his memory are his grandparents Ralph and RoseMary Oliver; Angelo and Sarah Scialabba; James and Rosalind Sharp as well as many other family members and friends.

Jeffrey  graduated from Virginia Tech in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology.   Jeffrey enjoyed spending time with family and friends, exercising at the gym and loved hiking in the mountains of the Roanoke Valley. 

The family will receive friends on Thursday,  October 3rd from 4:30 - 5:30 PM followed by a brief memorial service at 5:30 PM at Baker-Foster, 5685 Lee Farm Lane Suffolk, VA 23435.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests your kind consideration of a memorial donation to BRC Recovery, 11503 Parsons Rd., Manor, TX  78653 in memory of Jeffrey Scialabba for the purchase of gym equipment. We also give our heartfelt thanks to Jeff's sponsor, Rob Collins who was instrumental in helping him through some very difficult times.  Many thanks to Mike Kerr of  BRC Recovery, Wade of Austin Recovery, and Sam Davis, of Broad Highway Recovery and the countless others that helped Jeff in his struggles with addiction. We are very grateful for their endless dedication, professionalism and love. 

Jeffrey was a very kind, gentle and  thoughtful person and will be greatly missed by all  those who knew him.  Condolences may be posted at RWBakerfh.com.

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Baker-Foster
5685 Lee Farm Lane
Suffolk , VA 23435
United States

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Baker-Foster
5685 Lee Farm Lane
Suffolk , VA 23435
United States

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Our deepest sympathies are with you and Mark and your family. Sending prayers your way.

Angela, Ken and family

Angela and Ken Gavron

Dominick and I are very, very sorry for your loss. No one should have to lose a child! You are all in our prayers.
Your friends Cindy & Dominick Zito

Cindy & Dominick Zito

Colleen, there are no words to offer to someone who has just lost a child. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this most difficult time.

Cathy Ocasio

No words can describe how sorry I for your loss. Good- byes hurt the most when the story was not finished... Thinking of you at this difficult time
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Deborah Muir

This is the hardest thing I've seen in a while. I just saw Jeff--less than two weeks ago. We had plans. He didn't show because he got called in. He was happy--can someone tell me how to get some good photos of him? Family i am 5127625500 and have a couple very good pictures

Deepest condolences, especially to grandma who loved him so much. Jeff lived on my couch and I saw him whip himself into shape. We had plans to transition him back into the Psych field. He was supposed to pick me up, rescheduled, never saw him again. So sorry if I"m in shock at all, I just think you guys may want these pics: Mary Browder on Facebook, mary.browder@g.austincc.edu --personal email

Mary Browder

So sorry, no words are enough. So many wonderful memories of the kids growing up. We can’t imagine your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Tom and Cindy

Tom and Cindy

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