Jacob Michael Clymer (1986 - 2018)

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"There is power in self sacrifice. Real sacrifice should be done out of love. True sacrifice is done out of necessity. Finally, genuine sacrifice is done for those who need your strength."
- from the "Divergent" series by Veronica Roth

On Oct. 31, 2018, Jacob Michael Clymer of Evergreen fell victim to a gunshot wound that cut his life far too short. He made the ultimate sacrifice, heroically placing himself in front of his beloved wife, Miranda Caroline Clymer. His sacrifice saved her life.
Jacob was born on Aug. 8, 1986. He was always a Jubilant, Awesome, Caring, Outstanding, Bodacious guy and demonstrated these traits plus so many more with his loved ones.
He enjoyed a variety of activities, hobbies and interests - especially Audis, Subarus, cars in general, dinosaurs, the outdoors, video games, camping, Mountain Man Rendezvous, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ghostbusters, and spending quality time hanging out and goofing around with loved ones.
Jacob was deeply loved and will be remembered always by his survivors: his wife, Miranda Caroline Clymer; his two daughters, Adelyne Jade Hunter and Emmiry Judith Ann Clymer; his son, Aiden Cove Clymer; and his son's mother, Forest Dawn Clymer; his mother, Mary Katherine Milan-Clymer; his two sisters, Jessica Leslie Clymer and Rosina Katharina D.; his brother, Joshua Caleb Clymer; his sister-in-law, Krissi Madeleine Clymer; his two nephews, Diesel Vernon Clymer and Coben Nicolas Clymer; his surrogate brother, Marco Robert Saraceno; his Aunt Eunie Dickerson; as well as countless friends.
He was preceded in death by his father, Vernon Park Clymer; his brother, Michael V. Clymer; his Grandma Millie, Mildred Katherine Milan; his uncle, Vincent Speers; and his aunt, Martha Morris.
Published in Canyon Courier on Nov. 7, 2018