Jackson Coe Reavis
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Jackson Coe Reavis

May 28, 1997 - June 11, 2019

Vibrant, loving, and smart Jackson Reavis died from catastrophic injuries suffered in an accident, just two weeks past his 22nd birthday.

A graduate of Roosevelt High School class of 2015, Jackson had just completed his bachelor's degree in Design, Digital Art and Marketing at the University of Redlands (CA). He had a remarkable eye for detail and an artist's discernment for color and balance.

Jackson was an accomplished athlete who kept himself in great shape. Tall with a chiseled frame and a beautiful, infectious smile, he was always noticed when he entered a room. He played lacrosse and football, lettering in football on the Roosevelt team that reached the state quarter finals in 2014.

He is survived by mother, Nicole Van Borkulo; father, Jimmy Reavis and his partner Kate Drummond; his beloved brother, Eiseley Reavis, his grandparents, aunts, uncles, many cousins, and many loving friends.

The family expresses its gratitude to the medical personnel and support staff at Harborview Hospital for their compassionate and unwavering care and attention to Jackson and to all who came to mourn his passing. As an organ donor, Jackson will extend the lives of several recipients.

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Published in The Seattle Times on Jun. 16, 2019.
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June 12, 2020
Jim Moeller
June 27, 2019
The grief is unimaginable.
Jan Amberg
June 20, 2019
Dear Nicole, Jimmy and Eisley: I have wonderful memories of your family. The boys are so loved by both of you and what sounds like a wonderfully large extended family. It is with great sadness that I extend a hug. There really are no words to express how sad this is. Love, Tamie Callahan (Bryant Before/After School Program)
Tamie Callahan
June 19, 2019
Ian so very sorry to you Nicole and your whole family love patty kinney
June 19, 2019
Jackson will live in our memory as a sweet kid who loved his family and could warm a room with his easy smile. Sending the whole family our love.
Beth Jaculewicz
June 19, 2019
Jimmy, I'm so sorry to hear this and just don't know what to say. Please know I'm thinking about you and your family.
Mark Kane
June 18, 2019
I am beyond devastated to hear this and to know that you are both in deep pain, Nicole and Jimmy. I have many fond memories of baby Jackson, our 2 years of becoming new parents, your visit to SD to stay with us and all the fun we had together. I loved seeing pics of the kids on Facebook as they grew up into fine young men. All my love to you and your extended family as I know Jackson will be forever missed.
Love, Katy, Jason and Baby Matthew
Katy White
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