- February 26, 2012
- Albuquerque, New Mexico
of Jacob's Passing
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I didn't know J.T very well but I am very good friends with Shea, and When I heard about it I thought of Shea and Knew how hard it would be for her and your family. He will always be apart of our hearts and lives. We ask god to keep him safe in heaven, he is now an angel looking over us and having that amazing smile on his face. We love you J.T we will never forget you.
Posted by: Elena Martinez - Albuquerque, NM - Freind Feb 27, 2014
Jacob, I remember you since the beginning of 6th grade. We didn't know each other very well, but I could tell that you were a great guy, despite my shyness. I'm sure that God and your Grandpa are laughing at your jokes and I hope you are doing fine up there. Things down here are fine, and I pray that your family is doing okay after their loss. I'm sure we'll meet again.-Big D.
Posted by: Daniel Gugliotta - Albuquerque, NM - Friend Aug 03, 2012
I did this a while ago but I was thinking about him today. I saw someone wearing orange sneakers and his face came to mind. This is proof he will never be forgotten. I still miss him even though we didn't really know eachother. I can only imagine what Shea and his parents are going through. I send my prayers to them every night. My mom (Mrs. Huber) wants me to let you know she still thinks of him too.
Posted by: Mariah Huber - Caring Person Jun 25, 2012
Patty, I'm so sorry for your loss. I used to love hearing about the twins when they were little. You always had the most wonderful stories to tell about them. You're family is in my prayers.
Posted by: Lauri Ott Jaramillo - Albuquerque, NM - CTS Co-Worker Apr 18, 2012
I cannot begin to tell you how very sorry I am for your loss. I remember when your babies were born. Jacob and Shea have been a part of my morning prayers from the very day they were born and will continue to be in my prayers for the rest of my life. Jacob and Shea were fighters from the very start and they inspired me 14 years ago with the fight they had in them. They were so tiny
Posted by: Jodi Romero - Albuquerque, NM - Friend and former co-worker Apr 10, 2012
Susan Johnson, a parent of 3 children who did or continue to play ball at Roadrunner. Nate Johnson, a former player at Roadrunner and Eldorado High School and Terry Dolan a former umpire at Roadrunner offer our sincere compassion and condolences.
We would like to share with you a poem :
The Plan Of The
Our lives are but fine weavings that God and we prepare. Each life becomes
a fabric, planned and fashioned in
Posted by: Susan Johnson, Nate Johnson, Terry Dolan - Albuquerque, NM - Known through Roadrunner BB. Mar 09, 2012
You and your family certainly have a special place in my heart, and even though I never did meet JT' in person, I will forever remember how often, and with what enthusiasm you talked about your children. They seemed to bring you endless joy that will forever be remembered you are such an awesome loving mom and I am so deeply saddened at the sudden loss of Jacob.
I share in your tears, grief and sorrow, as my heart and prayers
Posted by: Rita S. - Newport Beach, CA - Friend - former coworker Mar 05, 2012
Since the day I met Jacob in 4th grade, I knew that he would be one of the greatest friends I would ever have. Jacob had an extraordinary smile that nobody could ever forget. His smile alone would put people in a better mood. I remember Jacob always getting the answer first during class. He was talented in every aspect of life and had the greatest personality somebody could have. I guess you could say there's only 1 in a
Posted by: Zachary Gonzales - Albuquerque, NM - Friend Mar 05, 2012
I didn't know JT but when I herd about this I cried. I am so sorry for the whole family. He is still with the family even if they can't see him. I am truly sorry for this said unexpected lose.
Posted by: Morgan neel - Alburquerque, NM - Didn't really know him Mar 05, 2012
My sympathy goes out to Jacob's family after going through an awful event like this. I remember Jacob happy and willing to help with anything. While he was working the concessions at an AGS meet he was having so much fun. He helped me whenever I needed and never complained about working. He was a great helper and will be missed by many.
Posted by: Andrew Yourick Mar 04, 2012