REDWINE, Jacob Maxwell Passed away at 35 years of age on September 26, 2013 at his residence in White House, Tennessee. Jacob was born on February 8, 1978 in Gilroy, CA. After attending Moses Lake High School, he earned his Bachelor of Arts and teaching certificate in Mathematics from Linfield University in 2000. Jacob joined the Marine reserves and was deployed to Afghanistan in 2003. He was proud to serve his country and considered his fellow service members brothers-in-arms. Jacob had a love for fishing and boating on the Cumberland River. He was an avid hockey fan as he danced back and forth between "Nashville Predators" and "Detroit Redwings", depending on where TooToo was on ice. Baseball was his passion, which Jacob referred to as "the greatest game on earth". His raw talent of the game earned him a scholarship while attending Linfield University. Cooking and spending time with his family and friends, however, were his happiest times. He was a great man, husband and father with a gentle soul and a contagious smile that lit up the room. He is survived and adored by his wife, Terri Lynn 31; daughter, Kaydance Redwine 9, and son, Garrett Maxwell Redwine "baby Max" 11 mos.; parents, Bobby Redwine of KY, Paula and John Barker of ID; brother, James Redwine of WA; his sister, Lacy and Tony Panossian of NC; grandfather, John Johnston of CA. He is survived by his extended family, Dennis and Angie Spangler, Brandie and Camron Bishop, Ryan Pfundheller, Breanne and Jordan McIntyre; nieces and nephews, Hailee and Deven Bishop, Devin and Dylan Moos, Brayden Pfundheller, Levi and Allee McIntyre, all residing in Moses Lake, WA. He is also survived by loving in-laws, brother and sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews and a host of long-time friends. Memorial Service will be held at Cole & Garrett Funeral Home, 212 Highway 76, White House on Thursday, October 3, 2013. Service starting at 7 p.m., with one hour visitation prior at 6 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations are greatly appreciated. There will be a celebration of life in both Winchester, TN and Moses Lake, WA with dates to be announced. COLE & GARRETT FUNERAL HOME, White House, (615) 672-3936.
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Cole and Garrett Funeral Homes, Inc.
212 Highway 76 White House, TN 37188
Published in The Tennessean on Oct. 2, 2013