May He Rest In Peace

Jeffrey Michael Hoskins, 34, went to be with the Lord January 22, 2021.

Jeffrey was born on May 27, 1986, the son of Michael Lee Hoskins and Elaine Ingram Hoskins of Montgomery , Alabama.²

He was a graduate of Auburn University Montgomery with a degree in Computer Science.

Jeffrey was an artisan and owner of specializing in beautiful custom made wood rings.

To learn more about Jeffrey, his adventures, and other hobbies and interests, read his full obituary by visiting the Leak Memory website Hyperlink Opens in New Window.

Jeffrey Hoskins
Jeffrey Hoskins

Jeffrey Hoskins


In his spare time he enjoyed fishing, riding his dirt bike, hunting, biking, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, getting lost in the woods, playing volleyball, walking on the beach and spending time with his family, friends and very special dogs Jack and Ophelia.

Rainbow wooden ring, layered. bloodwood, rosewood, blackwood, chakte viga, rainbow, pride, gay, lgbt,

Designs for Every Budget and Use

>Solid Wooden Rings – Cut From a Solid Piece of Wood,  Any Wood Available

>Layered Wooden Rings – Cut From Solid Wood and Layered, Customize

>Metal & Wooden Rings – Metal Ring Core Combined with Wood

>Bentwood Wooden Rings – Wood Bent in a Circle and Laminated for Strength

Jeffrey Hoskins

He enjoyed beekeeping and sharing the harvested honey with family and friends. He recently visited his brother, Clayton in Colorado for an adventure of elk hunting, hiking, snow skiing, snowmobiling, soaking in hot springs and hiking his brother’s beautiful mountain property. He loved nature; watching the Blue Birds raise their babies in his yard, marveling at the beautiful sunrise and sunsets, then sharing those pictures with his family.

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Metal & Wood Rings

Birth wood, Birth stone and Birth Flowers:

Birth wood, Birth stone, and Birth Flower are all inlay options with their corresponding month and meaning below. We have a Wood, Gem and Flower for each month.

Each are available as an inlay, while the wood can be used as a ring or inlay.

January: The Birch tree symbolizes rebirth and renewal. Raw Garnet consistency, loyalty. Carnation fascination, distinction, love

February: The Hackberry tree symbolizes wisdom, strength of will, and intuition. Amethyst sincerity, peace. Violet modesty, distinction, virtue

March: The Ash tree symbolizes peace of mind, sensitivity and awareness. Aquamarine courage, health. Daffodil spring, rebirth, domestic happiness.

April:  The Walnut tree symbolizes of universal wisdom and knowledge. Diamond Dust innocence, love. Daisy goodbye, or blissful pleasure.

May: The Elm tree symbolizes strength, family tradition and loyalty. Raw Emerald happiness, fertility. Lily of the Valley happiness, humility, sweetness.

June: The Oak tree symbolizes truth, knowledge, strength of character and motivation. Black Pearl balance, joy. Rose love, gratitude, appreciation.

July: The Cherry tree symbolizes strong expression and compassion. Raw Ruby nobility, beauty. Larkspur joyful, fickleness, sweet.

August: The Apple tree symbolizes strength, gentleness, abundance and giving. Peridot felicity, protection. Gladiolus moral integrity.

September: The Willow tree symbolizes imagination, intuition and vision. Sapphire wisdom, calmness. Aster daintiness, love, magic.

October: The Maple tree symbolizes offering, generosity, balance, promise and practicality. Opal balance, endurance. Marigold winning grace, protection, comfort, healing

November: The Cedar tree symbolizes of healing and cleansing. Imperial Topaz friendship, strength. Chrysanthemum cheerfulness, friendship, abundance

December: The Pine tree symbolizes creativity, peace and harmony. Turquoise wisdom, health. Narcissus sweetness, self-esteem

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