I'll never forget the first time I met Jess. Ken & I had met at Evergreen High School and just started dating. I was in Evergreen at the laundromat doing our huge family laundry and Ken stopped by to see me, with his dad. Ken stayed for a while to keep me company and I asked him if Jess was a"mean guy"! He found that very funny. Jess was very quiet and looked stern when we met...I soon found out he was just the opposite! Even though Ken's & my marriage only lasted a few years, Jess always treated me like family. He and Pat spent lots of time with my boys, Jake and Joe, and always included them in family picnics, camping and holiday gatherings. I will remember and love Jess always, he was a most caring and amazing guy! I'll be there on Tuesday to share more memories. Lots of Love, Julie
We're so sorry to not be there with the family. Our deepest sympathies to the family. Jess lives on in our hearts. Much love,
Brenda and Donna
I'm so sorry I can't be there...my heart is with the family.
Jess was a precious friend to me and my family. So thankful he was in our lives. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you in his family.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.