Jeffrey Dwayne Hejl

Jeffrey Dwayne Hejl, 40, of College Station, passed away Thursday morning, January 5, 2012. The family will receive friends during a visitation from 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday, January 7, 2012, at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home in Bryan. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Sunday, January 8, 2012, at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home with interment to follow at New Tabor Cemetery in Burleson County.

Jeff was born October 13, 1971, in Fort Hood, Texas, to Monroe and Audrey Hejl. Jeff was a lifetime resident of the Bryan College Station area. He enjoyed working with computers, as he was a technician for Texas Imaging Systems. He loved his daughter Hannah more than life, and he lived to watch her play volleyball. Jeff enjoyed his time with his daughter more than anything.

Survivors include his daughter Hannah Hejl, of College Station; parents, Monroe and Audrey Hejl, of Somerville; sister, Darla Peters and husband Kevin, of Lockhart; grandmother, Annie Hejl, of College Station; nephews, Cameron Peters and Caleb Peters; and Hannah’s mother, Stephanie Hejl.


  1. Uncle Monroe, Aunt Audrey and Darla Kay, So sorry to hear of your loss. You are in our prayers, it seems wrong for a child to leave this world before a parent. But God, was aware of this before the foundations of the earth. Please turn to Him for your comfort, because it is only through God that we have any strength.

  2. Though I never got the chance to meet you, I thank-you for the happiness you brought to Susan. I pray for you, your daughter Hannah, Susan and all of your family and friends. May God comfort them in this great time of sorrow. Please be there to comfort your loved ones. God’s blessings always.

  3. my condolences go out to the family at this time of lost. Jeff always seemed to be the laugh out loud kinda guy… I know he will truley be missed…

  4. Very sorry for your loss. We only met him once for a short while and he was very kind. My heart goes out to Susan and her daughter, who will miss him tremendously.

  5. I am so sorry for your loss. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers daily. Jeff will be greatly missed.

  6. Monroe, Audrey, Miss Annie and family,

    I am very sorry for your loss. May Christ comfort you and you cling to Him in this time. I know this sorrow and my prayers are with you.

  7. I had the privilege of working with Jeff for a few years at CTWP. He was always able to brighten any and everyone’s day, every day. Jeff had a way of making you just forget about everything and laugh. He was a great person and the world will never be the same without him. May the Lord comfort all of Jeff’s family and friends until we can see one another again.

  8. I am so sorry for your loss, your family and the world has lost a light of smiles and laughter. I worked with Jeff at CTWP in B/CS, he could always bring a smile and a laugh to the worst days. I am at a loss for words on how much I will miss him…and his childish pranks. I’m sorry, I have been looking at this screen trying to come up with words to emphasize the worlds loss and words cant even come close. Those who knew him understand. To the family and close friends, take hold of your faith and look to God for comfort knowing God must have needed an Angel with a smile and sense of humor. He is in a great and Holy place now.

  9. Monroe, Audrey, Darla & Aunt Annie
    We are so sorry to hear of your loss.
    We are praying that you will all feel the comfort of Gods embrace.

    Yours in faith
    Don & Betty

  10. To the family:
    We are so sorry for the loss of such a young life. We hope that these reminders from our Creator will offer some measure of comfort during this devastating time.
    Psalm 147:3 “He is healing the brokenhearted ones, and is binding up their painful spots.”
    Isaiah 25:8 “He will actually swallow up death forever,..and will certainly wipe the tears from all faces..”

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