Our beloved son, brother, grandson, uncle and nephew, Jesse John Kroon, passed away unexpectedly on December 20, 2019 at the tender young age of 31.
Jesse’s love for his family was paramount. He loved to talk with them and tease them. His relationship with his family was important to him. He always knew they’d be there for him and encourage him in all that he did; and that meant everything to him.
Jesse loved what he did and did what he loved. He was an excellent plumber and took great pride in his daily accomplishments at work.
He often posted pictures of his plumbing feats with the inscription, “They say take pride in what you do. Well, I'm damn proud of what I do”.... And it showed in all that he did.
He loved working with piping and he was good at it.
Jesse had a passion and yearning for fishing. It filled his soul with peace and serenity. He was often found at the lake, searching for stillness and quiet from the busy world.
Jesse was an amazing man with an even more amazing heart. When he loved someone or something, he loved it passionately… like the Los Angeles Rams!
He was an avid fan and always supported his number one team. Even though Jesse was passionate about his football team and his famous “stacked enchiladas”, the thing he loved the absolute most was his family.
As Jesse goes on to write the next chapter of his life, he leaves behind a very loving and supportive family. He is survived by his father and mother, Lawrence and KayLynne Suazo; his sisters, Kerstina (Doug), Ashley and Danielle; his niece and nephew, Nevaeh and Dade; his grandparents, Pauline Suazo, Richard (Kiene) Kroon, Joann (Carl) Nielson; and his aunt, Janine Kroon. He has lovingly reunited with Frank Suazo and Louise Suazo.
In Jesse’s own words, “Because tomorrow you may die, so LIVE LIFE, no regrets. Always dream and never forget”.
We will never forget you Jesse, you’ve filled such a large space in our hearts, never to be forgotten. We pledge to live life to its fullest and keep dreaming.
Until we see you again, fly high son... fly high.