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Jeffrey Allen Pompeo-Mayo

September 22, 1955 - April 11, 2018

Jeffrey Allen Pompeo-Mayo, 62, a resident of Wilmington, Delaware, passed away at his home, on April 11, 2018. Jeff was born in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, on September 22, 1955. He was the son of the late John Pompeo, Jr. and Mary E. (Kimp) Pompeo.

Jeff attended school in South Williamsport and graduated High School in 1973. In 8‹th‹ grade he was honored as a Junior Rotarian. In high school Jeff played football, was a sprinter and high jumper on the track and field team. In his junior year he set a new school record in high jump. He attended Lehigh University and played tight end on the freshman football team and was a high jumper for the track team. He won two varsity letters as a member of the track team. Jeff attended New York University for a year, and in 1982 completed his education when he graduated from Lycoming College. Jeff lived in Philadelphia for a few years, worked as a bartender, and was a certified personal trainer. More recently, he participated in track meets sponsored by Senior Olympics.

After ten years of dating, Jeff married Jenny Mayo on September 3, 1999. Together they raised two daughters, with Jeff taking on the role as a stay-at-home father while his wife practiced law, and was later appointed as a Commissioner for the Family Court of the State of Delaware. Jeff is survived by his wife; two daughters, Jody and Jilly; two brothers, John A. of Lewisburg, PA, and Marc G. and his wife Ame L. Shuman.

A visitation of family and friends will be held at 9 am on Monday, April 16, 2018, at Grace United Methodist Church, 900 Washington Street, Wilmington, DE, followed by a funeral service at 10 am. Interment will be held privately.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Jeff’s honor anonymously to Faithful Friends, 12 Germay Dr, Wilmington, DE 19804 or to the Mayo girls college fund at 

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11 Guestbook messages for Jeffrey Allen Pompeo-Mayo

  • Jenny,

    You and the girls are in my prayer. Love you guys

  • Comm. Mayo my prayers go up for you and your girls. May God give you strength and comfort to carry on. Sending hugs your way.

  • Jenny, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your daughters are I my thoughts and prayers. Mary Lou McNulty.

  • What an honor to have you in our lives and part of the crazy Mayo family. You were an amazing husband, father, and brother-in-law. You always made us laugh and we will miss your terribly.

    Love,
    Ed, Tricia, Ella, and Tess

  • I am so very sorry for your loss. Please accept my deepest condolences.

  • Jenny, our deepest condolences to you and the girls. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. Stay strong.

    Love,

    Mark and Marinelle Mayo

  • Jenny, I am so sorry to hear of Jeff’s passing. I am keeping you and the girls in prayer. May you have piece and comfort remembering all of the great times and reminisce on the many wonderful memories. Take comfort in knowing that he is at peace. ((HUGS))

    Love,
    Crystal

  • My deepest condolences. When Jeff and his two brothers were kids in our neighborhood in South Williamsport, PA, we played, explored, and laughed our way together through our early years. So much fun and so many wonderful memories. May you rest in peace, Jeff. Like your family and friends there, I’ll miss you, too.

  • To the Mayo family,
    My name is Debbie Johnson Roig, and i went to school with Jeff. He lived very close to me growing up. When I heard of Jeffs situation, i sent him some emails. We were able to talk alot about what he was going thru and what i am going thru. I am fighting Colon Cancer. Ive completed almost 6 months of chemo. Talking to Jeff helped, each of us. Im so very sorry for the loss of your husband, and the children loosing their father. Jeff was a good guy and we often wonder why cancer hits us. There is no explaining it at all. It just seems when it happens, we must fight the beast to conquer this illness. Im happy i had the chance to communicate with Jeff in the last 3 weeks. We shared our stories. When i heard he passed, i was so very sad for you all. He was gonna fight hard, as i am. You have two beautiful girls and i pray for you all to get thru this bad situation. Life takes us in places, we have no control over. God Bless you all, and RIP my friend Jeff.

  • So sorry to learn of Jeff’s death. My husband Ray and I met the family when we moved to South and became involved in LL and Big league Baseball. What a wonderful family. Jeff looked a lot like his father and had his charm and wit. God’s blessing to all.

  • My brother Bob Rolley sent me the news about Jeff’s passing. I’m so very sorry for your loss. I spent a good deal of time, many years ago, with Mark and came to know the Pompeo family well. Blessings to your family. LuAnn