Jeremy Paul Elias
January 24, 1979 – April 20, 2019
Jeremy Paul Elias, 40, passed away on April 20, 2019 in Orange Park, FL. He was born in Chicago, Illinois and is survived by his mother, Kathy Alimonos; father, Taso Alimonos; spouse, Teresa Bland; son, Izaah Elias; 3 daughters: Rachel Bland, Alyssa Bland and Chloe Elias; brother, Enio (Jacki Crobaugh) Elias Jr.; sister, Jennipher Aseria; and a host of extended family and friends. Funeral services will be held 2 PM, Monday, April 29, 2019 at HARDAGE-GIDDENS RIVERMEAD FUNERAL HOME, 127 Blanding Blvd, Orange Park, FL with visitation held 1 hour prior to service at the funeral home. Please post words of comfort www.hardage-giddensrivermead.com.
- Jeremy is survived by his mother, Kathy Alimonos; father, Enio Elias; spouse, Teresa Bland; son, Izaah Elias; 2 daughters: Rachel Bland, Alyssa Bland and Chloe Elias; brother, Enio (Jacki Crobaugh) Elias Jr.; sister, Jennipher Aseria; and a host of extended family and friends.
- Visitation Monday, April 29, 2019
- Funeral Service Monday, April 29, 2019
Jeremy Paul Elias
April 26, 2019
I know my dad is in a great place enjoying all the smiles of the family we lost previously. But mostly my dad was a man that brought joy to any bad situation. Yes we had times we argued haha but my dad never wanted problems. All I hear in my head is his laugh and “what’s up slick” you had so many corny jokes and some very interesting stories and it was better then any bed time book there was. My dad meant the world to me and still does. I know he’s watching over me and the most precious thing ever is that you make the sky look way better with a meaning to the colors I see. You always did joke around and tickle me till I was mad haha but my dad was a man I looked up to even when times were hard for me to call upon anyone my dad was always there. I love you Dad and nothing could ever take your place. Rest In Paradise. Till we meet again. And wen we meet again I’ll be ready with open arms. And to hear that old saying “what’s up slick” haha. 💛💛
April 24, 2019
My son Jeremy Elias had the heart of gold. I remember more than once stopping in the middle of the road he took off his shirt and gave it to a homeless person along with what ever money he had in his pocket. He was always there to help anyone no matter what it was. He was also the comedian making people laugh no matter what their situation was. He was a prankster in a good humerous way. I love my son with all my heart, i miss him so much. I love you Jeremy, Rest In Peace till we meet again. Your mom.
April 21, 2019
The first time I ever saw Munch was at Mamaws House in Florence Alabama.
He was such a beautiful child with huge brown eyes and gorgeous head of hair . He was impossible not to be drawn to watching him . He seemed so curious about everything, and looked like he enjoyed figuring everything out for himself.Just a joy to be around him anytime I was blessed with getting to visit with his family, when they visited Florence. Wishing I had gotten to know him better as an adult but I’ll always remember him with lots of love.
Praying for his Momma , and siblings, God grant them peace and hold them close !!!