People who loved Jeff Bush, the victim of the February 28th sinkhole at his Seffner home, released doves as a symbol of releasing their grief. Time has not healed the wounds his family feels, but gathering at Bell Shoals Baptist church in Brandon, made them feel a little better. They wanted the public to get a chance to know Jeff, as a loving, caring, quiet man.
"To know exactly what a great person Jeff was and how much he was loved by all of his family and all of his friends. And just the support, the community support. It's just been wonderful" said his aunt, Janell Wheeler.
Jeff was killed February 28th, when the ground opened up below his bedroom as he slept. A sinkhole swallowed him and almost everything nearby.
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