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Mount Sinai Obituaries and Services » Jill D. Rashoff
April 16, 1939 - February 13, 2021
Service Information Mount Sinai Simi Valley
Service Date: Thursday February 18th, 2021
Service Time: 10:00 am
Mount Sinai Simi Valley
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Jill was born April 16, 1939 in Los Angeles, and passed away on February 13, 2021. She was the only child of Raymond Jeffries and Dolly Watson Jeffries. She went to 13 different schools from elementary to high school, with her favorite being Avalon High School on Catalina Island, where she graduated in 1957. She loved the water and was a great swimmer. She enjoyed reminiscing about her time swimming around the ships coming into Avalon and diving for coins.
Although she was accepted at Occidental College after high school, she decided to move to the Atwater area of Los Angeles in 1958. She took at job at the City of Los Angeles as a Clerical Aid where she met her husband, Marty.
Jill Married Marty on May 4, 1959 and moved to La Crescenta, CA where they raised two children, Jeff and Jan. Jill worked at Glendale Unified School district, and she traveled extensively with Marty all over the world. She loved animals, and her favorite trips were to Tanzania and Kenya. She also loved Egypt.
She had a wonderful, self- deprecating sense of humor, and people she met instantly liked her. She was a voracious reader, especially crime novels, and enjoyed shopping at Chico’s. Jill loved her family more than anything, including her seven grandchildren: Jacob, Andrew, Shaelyn, Griffin, Stephen, Emily, and Ethan. Along with her grandchildren, Jill is survived by her husband, Marty, and two children, Jeff (Barb) Rashoff and Jan (Ray) Lee. She was greatly loved and will be missed tremendously.