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July 19, 2018

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September 16, 2017
I am sad to find out that Jake has passed. I will miss seeing him and Mary Ann at the Westlake Baseball and Football games. They would travel the hour and a half or two hours from Seguin to see their beloved Chaps and were the best fans ever! I will remember them fondly, huddled together under a warm blanket, watching the baseball games and always asking about each player. They genuinely loved coming out to support the school, the players, and families. Jake also told me about the history and construction of Woerner field. While he was on the school board, he put time and effort into its construction to provide the correct water run off. He took such pride in having one of the best baseball fields in the state! I also loved talking to Jake at the home football games. He would sit on the aisle, at the top of the lower section where we sat and always enjoyed saying hello, asking about past players and their families, and following the game. He was very sharp and knew the current and past players, coaches, and strategy. Our family will miss Jake and our prayers are with Mary Ann and their daughters and grandchildren. Jake was a wonderful man and will be dearly missed. Go Chaps!