Jeffrey Scott Eisenman Passenger Death Grand Turk Island – Jeffrey Scott Eisenman, 65, from Marble, Pennsylvania, passed away after having a heart attack aboard Carnival Cruise Lines ship Carnival Sunshine on December 4, 2018, while cruising to Grand Turk Island in the Caribbean.
Born on April 28, 1953 in Oil City, he was the son of James G. and Katherine Cook Eisenman. He married Linda Shay Eisenman On July 20, 1974, who survives.
Jeff worked as a heavy equipment operator at Scrubgrass Generating in Kennerdell for over 20 years. He was a member of the Fryburg Sportsman’s Club and attended North Clarion High School.
Jeff loved the classics: classic cars, classic rock, and his family. The perfect day for him would be the windows down in his Camaro, classic rock on the stereo, his wife Linda in the passenger seat, searching for a good car show and a loose slot machine. He wore the title PopPop like a badge of honor, cherishing every moment with his grandchildren.
Everyone who knew him has a story. He never met a stranger. Making people smile was his talent. Jeff was a simple man. He lived as he loved. Big. Big in laughs, big in smiles, and believer in working for everything you get.
Jeff is survived by his wife, daughter Julie Eisenman of Columbia SC, son Ryan Eisenman and his wife Brittany of Zebulon, NC, and daughter Kathy Burris and her husband Doug of Oil City.
He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers James and George Eisenman and sisters Sarah Silvis, Beatrice Mohr, Mary Hill, and Kathy Eisenman.