OBITUARY

Jesse "Jay" Jordan Hancock

July 18, 1997November 21, 2018
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Jesse "Jay" Hancock, 21, of Converse, went home to be with Jesus on November 21, 2018. He left this world way too early as he was involved in a motorcycle accident in the San Antonio, TX area. Born on July 18, 1997 in the Republic of Panama; Jesse attended schools in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Georgia, and Texas. He was a graduate of Randolph High School in 2015. Jesse loved to work on automobiles and hangout with friends. He was known to help other car crews with their fixes. His hobbies also included shooting, being in the outdoors, lifting others up with humor and rebuilding his Porsche 944. There will be a viewing 6-8 pm Thursday Nov 29,2018 at Colonial Funeral Home 625 Kitty Hawk Road, Universal City, TX; Graveside services are planned for 11:00 am Friday Nov 30, 2018 at Holy Cross Cemetery with Pastor Bryan Crowley, officiating. Survivors include: Stepfather Randy Galloway, Mother, Sandy Galloway; Brothers Mike & Allen, Sisters Brandy & Andrea, John of Littleton, CO; Grandparents Jim & Patsy of Waco, and Gilda Arosemena of Panama. Preceded in death was his Grandfather Oscar Espino, of Panama.

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  • Survivors include: Stepfather Randy Galloway, Mother, Sandy Galloway; Brothers Mike & Allen, Sisters Brandy & Andrea, Father John McGee of Littleton, CO; Grandparents Jim & Patsy of Waco, and Gilda Arosemena of Panama.
    Preceded in death was his Grandfather Oscar Espino, of Panama.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, November 29, 2018
  • Gravedside Service and Interment Friday, November 30, 2018
REMEMBERING

Jesse "Jay" Jordan Hancock

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Robin Sabala (Hudspath)

November 29, 2018

My daughter and Jesse were friends at altus, Oklahoma cuz they were in elementary school together, then they were reunited at Randolph high school (the life of military). One day jesse came to the house (one of many times) and both he and amanda said, "guess what we figured out? You know my dad, you worked with him at altus" After they told me Randy was his dad, It was then I realized just how small this world really is. Jesse was such a wonderful young man, respectful and fun to be around. Our family embraced him and we will always cherish our times and talks together. He was a ray of sunshine and we will miss him very much!

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