Sunset Northwest Funeral Home

6321 Bandera Road, San Antonio, TX


Jill Kathleen ARBAJI

April 9, 1968March 18, 2020

Jill Kathleen ARBAJI was born on April 9, 1968 and passed away on March 18, 2020.


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Jill Kathleen ARBAJI

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Randy Brown

March 28, 2020

Ms. Jill was a powerful force for good and personal progression on the lives of others. I don't know the full story of how she evolved into the version of who she was when I met her but I always imagined her journey to be profound.

I thought this was so because of how significant her impact was on my own journey and so many others. I thought this was so because of how masterful she was with it. How effortless it appeared to be for her to see the truth of other people's experiences and guide them towards a better understanding of their power to change things for themselves for the better.

Ms. Jill invited me out to lunch 5yrs ago. I was playing PLD and although she wasn't my coach or even coaching if I'm not mistaken...she went out of her way to sit down with me. Ms. Jill asked me a few questions and one thing led to another...the next thing I know I'm falling out of an airplane with her the very next day as she helped me exercise my relationship with my word and commitment.

It was one hell of an exercise. Lol

I was a able to spend that entire day with her and learned first hand how rich her spirit was and how genuine her beingness was. She went out of her way to create a once in a lifetime experience for me that most people in my family are still blown away that I went along with.

But I trusted her. And I learned from her. And I'm a better human being because of it.

I am grateful for her life. And I am certain that her spirit will be with me as I pour into others as she poured into me.

I wish peace upon her family and anyone reading this.

She was a gift to us all.

Edward Robles

March 26, 2020

I was coaching on a team that Jill was on (PLD Team 6) and she was taking herself on with her personal development; as part of a breakthrough she decided to skydive and the look on her face when she returned, was that of liberty.

Jill and her boys were also responsible for the first @Operation Project HOPE handprint wall; truly an amazing human being.

Samar Aziz

March 26, 2020

Jill has a beautiful soul, I know her from
all the activities that we were involved with psi and all her support and love that she showered everyone with. I am making cotton masks to circulate to anyone that needs them in Southern California . I will dedicate the next distribution in her name. She supported people and these masks will do the same. He philanthropy work continues.