Jacob Raymer Obituary, Death – When Jacob was younger, he competed in wrestling. He grew into quite the outdoorsman as he got older and developed a passion for hiking along the way. His senior year of high school required him to take a senior trip, so he went out west with his mother’s parents and went to all of the national parks. Every Sunday, he would go on a hike with his girlfriend Tiffany, who he considered to be the love of his life.
Jacob was an exceptional example of a well-rounded and complete individual. He held a position in the United States Postal Service in his professional life. In his spare time, he enjoyed listening to music, reading voraciously, being creative and artistic, and drinking coffee. He also had a passion for coffee. He had a passion for music of all kinds and listened to it. Frank Sinatra was one of his preferred musicians due to the fact that he had a “old soul.” He was an avid attendee of many music venues throughout the city and was a collector of vinyl LPs.
Jacob was the type of person who would always accept a dare and had the ability to make everyone laugh. His family laughs as they add, “He actually wasn’t all that hilarious.” [Citation needed] He did not consider himself to be part of any particular circle of friends because he considered everyone to be his friend and he included all of them. It appeared as though he made friends wherever he went or that he was already acquainted with everyone. He was the kind of friend that everyone wished they could have. Jacob had a heart full of love, he was loved, and he will be sorely missed.
His paternal great-grandfather, Andrew “PawPaw” Curtis, his maternal great-grandfather, Charles Barton, and his maternal great-grandmother, Ruth Barton, all passed away before Jacob was born. His maternal great-grandmother, Callie McMillin, his maternal great-grandfather, Charles Barton, and his maternal great-grandmother, Ruth Barton.
Jacob is survived by his father, Matthew Raymer; his mother, Kristy Raymer; his brother, Ethan Raymer; his four-legged brother, “Madden”; his paternal grandmother, Sherrie Curtis; his maternal grandfather, Lynn McMillin; his maternal grandmother, Terri McMillin; his aunt, Amy Jones (and her husband Kevin); his uncle, Woody Hartley; his uncle, Larry Raymer (and his wife Kim); his aunt, Kim Smithson (and
On Thursday, December 15, 2022, from 4pm to 8pm, as well as Friday, December 16, 2022, from 11am to 2pm, there will be a Gathering of Family and Friends at Hermitage Funeral Home. After the reception on Friday, Jacob will have a graveside service in the Garden of Rachel at Hermitage Memorial Gardens followed by his interment. The Reverend Glyn Passman will preside over the service. The following individuals have volunteered to serve as pallbearers: Ethan Raymer, Tyler Isaacs, Nathan McLaughlin, Damien Herrera, Thomas Grisham, Jackson Roberts, Jake Sword, and Tray Cantrell.