IN LOVING MEMORY
Jeffrey Hill Rodliff
February 14, 1981 - January 30, 2005
Residences’ at Clock Tower Square is dedicated to Mike’s youngest
brother Jeff who tragically died in 2005.
Jeff Hill Rodliff was born February 14, 1981; he was the youngest brother
in a family of five, with Mike being the oldest. Jeff graduated from St.
Johnsbury Academy where he excelled academically as well as being the
Captain of the Football team and their Quarterback.
After Graduation, he attended UVM, and was most recently taking classes
in accounting at Champlain College. Jeff was living with his high school
sweetheart in Burlington at the Redstone Apartments.
On January 30, 2005 several residents of the complex started to become
unexpectedly sickened. After a courageous and persistent female
student resident stated something was wrong, the maintenance supervisor
quickly got help from the local Fire and Police departments. They started
to evacuate the building. Jeffrey and his girlfriend Ginger were found
unresponsive in their unit. Jeffrey died at 23.
A total of nine other students were sickened. Ginger was in a coma for 2
weeks and has faced long road to recovery. We are grateful that she had
an incredible internal drive to survive. Within months of her accident she
persuaded lawmakers to create the Jeffrey Hill Rodliff Carbon Monoxide
Law. Fortunately, this law has saved countless lives.