Jeffrey Alan Storm

Published 9:46 am Wednesday, April 10, 2013

SMITHFIELD, Va.—Today, we honor Jeffrey Alan Storm, born December 10, 1960 in Wheeling, West Virginia. He now celebrates life with his mother, Birdie.



Jeff worked at Newport News Shipbuilding prior to joining the Isle of Wight County Sheriff’s Office in 1995. With the Isle of Wight County Sheriff’s Office, he was Administrative Sergeant and a coordinator for the Project Life Saver Program statewide. He served as SWAT team leader and was a Crime Prevention Specialist. Jeff was considered a pillar in the department and respected for leading by example. He was a mentor and a role model to many throughout the community. Jeff loved and respected the men and women he served with at the Isle of Wight County Sheriff’s Office along with his “brothers in blue” throughout the law enforcement community. They were all truly his brothers.

Jeff loved! He loved his family, his Doodle, his girls, friends (Dude, he loved you), job, riding his bike and seeing people happy. Most of all, Jeff loved the Lord. He loved the promises of Heaven and knew that he would share in them one day.

In addition to his mother, Jeff is preceded in death by two brothers, Benjiman and Mark Storm, sister-in-law, B.J., and two nieces, Jessica and Megan Storm. Jeff leaves to cherish his memory, Carey Storm, his wife of 11 years; three sweet daughters, Jessica and Katie Mills and Teresa Denham; his brother, Bill Storm and his wife, Adele and their three children of Wheeling, WVA; his sister, Christine Shively and her husband, Pete and their three children of Milton, WVA; and Aunt Patty of Wheeling, WVA; two beautiful grandchildren; many nieces, nephews and friends to remember his love, laughter, and exuberance for life.

We will symbolize his journey from earth to Heaven on Thursday, April 11, 2013 at 1 p.m. at Westminster Reformed Presbyterian Church, 3488 Godwin Blvd, Suffolk, with the Rev. Dr. Ruffin Alphin officiating. Burial will be private at Windsor Cemetery. Family and friends will gather at Colonial Funeral Home on Wednesday, April 10, from 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. for a visitation.

Arrangements are in the care of Colonial Funeral Home, Smithfield, Va.