Jeffery Lee Blevins of Knoxville passed away peacefully on Thursday, March 10, 2022, in his home surrounded by his loving family and friends. Jeff was born in Huntsville, AL to Lillard Wayne and Nora Ethel Blevins. He was the third of four children. He was diagnosed as a Juvenile Diabetic (Type 1) at the age of 10 years and had battled many complications from it in recent years. He met lifelong friends at Tennessee Camp for Diabetic Children, a place that changed his life. His family moved to Knoxville when he was in his teens and he began work in heating and air conditioning. During that time, he also met both a lifelong friend, Jeff Wiberly, and his wife, Mary Elizabeth Passons Blevins. He was a Christian and loved his Farragut Church of Christ Family. When Jeff moved his family to Sallings Road, he met another lifelong friend, Chuck Dunham. They shared a love of fishing and mechanical and technical repairs. He also gained a passion for softball and baseball when his children began playing. He never missed a game, even as Jake went to college on a baseball scholarship. He loved nothing more than watching his children do what they loved and worked hard for! Jeff loved his family so much! He is preceded in death by his grandparents, George and Fannie Love, Wheeler and Edna Blevins, and father-in-law, Jim Passons. He is survived by his parents, Lillard and Ethel Blevins; mother-in-law, Joan Passons; loving wife, Beth Blevins; children, Jake Blevins and Alizah Jamison and Christy and Jason Vasquez; grandchildren, Lucas and Evie Vasquez; his siblings, Pam and Glen Bierworth, David Blevins, Bruce and Wendy Blevins, Sarah and Coley Woody, Amy and John Yander; many nieces and nephews, Paul, Olivia and Keren Bierworth, David Woody, and Allison Yander; and many many cousins. Family will receive friends 5:30-6:30pm Friday, March 18, 2022 at Click Funeral Home Farragut Chapel with a service to immediately follow. The graveside service will be held in Shady Valley at Shady Valley Memorial Gardens on Saturday at 11am. In lieu of flowers, Jeff asked for any donations to be made to either the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation or for scholarships for Tennessee Camp for Diabetic Children (TCDC) in Soddy-Daisy, TN. This obituary is a coustesy of Mountain City Funeral Home.