Age 47, passed away November 17, 2017 after a courageous battle with cancer, with his wife by his side.
Survived by the love of his life, Nicole Kirkwood Lizotte; mother, Sandra Moore; father, Robert Lizotte; sister, Tammy (Rick) Cook; brother, Bobby Lizotte; brother, Justin Moore; daughter, Jessica Wallace; grandson, Peter Di’Guardia; grandson, Eli Di’Guardia.
Jeff had a mind for technical things and a passion for life. He was born in Lewiston, Maine where he spent the first half of his childhood. He then moved to Sarasota, Florida where he graduated from high school. He began his music career by mixing sound for bands and even built his own recording studio. He worked 25 years in the music industry indulging his love of concerts and music. He was also an entrepreneur of technology and enjoyed being self employed and running his own business. He was a master of his craft and was self-taught. Many professionals in his area of expertise would seek him out for direction and advice. If you saw his Facebook page or knew him at all, you’d know of his love for good food. A delicious meal would always have a place on his Facebook page. His favorite food indulgence was ice cream and was usually his only grocery store request. He enjoyed sports and was a highly devoted New England Patriots fan. He’d challenge anyone taking Tom Brady’s name in vain. He was also a “gadget guy” with quite a collection. Jeff enjoyed shopping and was great at finding a “good deal.” He certainly contributed to Amazon’s success.
He enjoyed spending time in nature and seeking out new adventures. He and his wife loved to travel the world and had so many plans for the future.
His political and spiritual beliefs were transparent. You never had to wonder where he stood. He was so real and he had such a big heart!!! He loved to laugh and his joy was contagious. He genuinely cared about people and was always looking out for others, especially those he loved. His pride and joy were his daughter and grandsons.
Most importantly, Jeff possessed a strong faith in God and a positive outlook that sustained him throughout his life. His life was a gift and a true blessing to all who knew him.
We will be celebrating Jeff’s life on Friday, November 24th 1:30-5pm @
1101 Cherry Ave
Nashville, TN 37203
Rehearsal Room 1
This day is significant both because it’s Black Friday….AND….because it’s the biggest shopping day of the year! Kind of a Jeff “holy day.”