Operation Iraqi Freedom, Fallen Heroes, Iraq War 03/19/03

Jeffrey Jerome Sloss

Union, South Carolina

May 27, 2004

Age Military Rank Unit/Location
33 Army SSG

Army national Guard

151st Signal Bn.

Greenville, South Carolina

 Died after returning from Iraq. PTSD - Returned home to his regular job as a Corporal in the South Carolina Highway Patrol, Troop 4 - As far as the DOD and VA are concerned, his untreated PTSD resolved itself 5 weeks after returning from Iraq.

Jeffrey Sloss 
S.C. Highway Patrolman

Services for Jeffrey Jerome Sloss, 33, of 234 Cambridge Drive in Union will be held on Tuesday at 3 p.m. at Morris Creek Baptist Church in Winnsboro. The family will receive friends at Corinth Baptist Church in Union tonight from 6:30 to 8. Glover's Memorial Chapel of Winnsboro is in charge of arrangements

On Thursday, May 27, 2004, the earthly life of Jeffrey J. Sloss came to an end. He was born Jan. 26, 1971 to Jerry Wayne and Thelma Owens Sloss. He was the devoted husband of Pamela Garner Sloss. Jeffrey received his education in the Fairfield County School system. He served his country as a member of the United States Army and the National Guard and was a veteran of Operation Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

He proudly served as a corporal of the South Carolina Highway Patrol Troop 4 in Union and Cherokee counties. He was a member of Morris Creek Baptist Church in Winnsboro. "Muff," as he was affectionately called, was a devoted husband, father, son, brother and friend. He touched the lives of his family and friends in a very special way. He will always be remembered for the love that he freely shared.

Many fond and lovely memories will be cherished by his parents, Jerry Wayne and Thelma Sloss of Winnsboro; his wife, Pam Sloss of the home; daughter, Briyanna Sloss of Lauderhill, Fla.; step-daughter, Briana Starks of the home; three sisters, Monique Sloss, Jerletta Sloss, and Terri Milton of Winnsboro; a brother, Michael Sloss of Winnsboro; paternal grandmother, Mozell Sloss of Winnsboro; a niece Alicia Etienne; two nephews, Damion Garvin and Davionne Vesselles; mother-in-law, Emma Garner of Union; father-in-law Robert Garner of Union; brother-in-law, Robert Garner of Irmo; grandmother-in-laws, Minnie Stewart and Mildred Garner, both of Union; a host of aunts, uncles, other relatives, and friends.
Pamela Sloss

RIP SSG Jeffrey J Sloss, my husband who served in Iraq during Desert Storm and the OIF/OEF campaigns. 1/26/71-5/27/04
11:33 AM - 31 May 2010

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