Father, Brother, Son, and Husband. All names used to reference Jesse and all names he was proud of. A life cruelly taken far too soon. Jesse, 38, was the kind of person most people strive to be: gracious, kind, loving and generous. His heart knew no bounds. A veteran of the United States Army, Jesse didn’t just serve his country but also his people. With a wide variety of passions ranging from sports (mostly football) to music, Jesse’s biggest passions were and always will be his family and friends. There is not a person in this community that didn’t know and respect him. His bright smile and contagious personality will now live on through his young sons and family he has had to unfairly leave behind. Gone but never forgotten, his spirit will live on through all that knew him or knew of him, as we all could only hope to live up to the man that he was.
Jesse is survived by his two boys Lincoln, 6, and Christian, 4; his mother Louise, 72; his sister Julie, 47; his brother-in-law Jason, 52; his brother William, 43; His nephew Micah, 25; his niece Kaylee, 23, and his wife Jessica, 33, plus a multitude of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
A Celebration of Life will be held at 3 p.m. June 10 at Best Western Plus Lakefront Hotel, 3000 W. Marina Drive, Moses Lake, Washington. A reception will follow.