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Jesse Randall Perez, 29 of Independence, Missouri passed away December 2, 2015 at home. A visitation will be held 5:00 – 6:00 PM, Sunday, December 6, 2015 at Heartland Cremation & Burial Society, 6113 Blue Ridge Blvd, Raytown, Missouri 64133. A Memorial service will follow at 6:00 PM.
Jesse was born October 23, 1986 in Evansville, Indiana. He graduated from Independence Academy, Independence, MO. Jesse loved hunting, fishing and will be remembered as an artist, chef and musician.
He is preceded in death by; father, Jesse Perez; aunt, Melissa Tison; cousins, William Tison and an uncle, Terry Tison. Survivors include; daughter, Amira Jennings; mother, Elizabeth Taylor, Independence, Missouri; father, Wilson Stucker; grandmothers, Rubie Hatfield, McLeansboro, Illinois, Gloria Tison, Harrisburg, Illinois, Karen Stucker, Raleigh, Illinois, brother, Jarred Perez, Independence, Missouri; brothers and sisters-in-law, Justin & Laura Perez, Eldorado, Illinois, Korey & Brooke Stucker, Independence, Missouri; sisters and brothers-in-law, Amanda & Frankie Goben, Eldorado, Illinois, Katie Stucker & Deangelo Mack, Independence, Missouri; nephews & nieces, Frankie Goben, Carrie Goben, Danielle Goben, Hannah Perez, Jacob Goben, Josiah Goben, Madeline Fryer, Amirah Goben, McKenzie Fryer, Jericho Goben, Jayda Mack, Jax Goben, Zoey Perez, Ryan Perez, Mila Stucker and Cyrus Mack; many uncles, aunts and cousins.
David McCabe says
Wilson I am so sorry for your loss just keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers
Jessica Lavelle says
I’m so saddened by this. He will forever be in my heart.
Jerry and Judy Bookout says
Sorry for your great loss. Our heart breaks for you and our Great Granddaughter Amira. Randy was a great Dad and person! He will be sorely missed! May he RIP and dance with the angels!!
Nena Sherrod says
Wilson I am so sorry for your loss -my prayers are with you and all your family
Shellie Hicks says
Randy was such a great person. He had such a big heart. He is in heaven now and is in no more pain. Keep to your faith and know God is taking good care of him. He will forever be in our hearts. Rip brother
Nice handlebars Randall.. very western… cool accident on purpose there I suppose. I wish you didn’t have to go. But you did. Thankful to have known you. Proud of you and of our daughter. Happy your last years were brightened with Amira. See you on that flip side somewhere… your memory will be honored by many.
Nola Mallicoat says
I’m very sorry for your loss.
Isidra Martin says
I’m so sorry to hear this. He was a really nice guy in high school. He was very funny. He family will be in my prayer. God bless
Don Cureton says
It was an Honor to have known Randy. I truly am at a loss with his passing. He was a gifted musician that really connected with me! In the short time that I was givin with his presence, I discovered a soul who shared the same passion for music as I did. Musicians call it Gelling! And that we did! He had a Gentle heart and was kind to all! To his family! My condolences!
Lori Withers says
I was so sorry to hear about Jesse – I was one of his teachers at Independence Academy. He was in my Missouri Option class the year he graduated. My memories of him include playing in the Jammers school band and his smile and gentle spirit. I have no doubt that he was a great father. I pray your good memories will bring you comfort.
With sympathy and prayers-
Rachael Gominsky says
I will always have my memories of playing with Randy and the rest of my cousins. He was always so sweet and fun to be around. We had not seen each other in many years but we were family. I’m so sorry for all of the pain he had to go through. I love you Randy.
Shelby Nelson says
Randy was like a uncle to me. He is the one that showed me so many songs and tough me kinda how to play guitar. Hes smile and music brightens up my day. He was such a happy person. I miss and love him so much. I was happy to see everyone at him funeral. Everyone that shared a story that was really brave of you. Me being 14 I didn’t have the guts to tell a story. But i have a lot of memories of Randy. He will be missed
i knew jesse in high school i remember him as being a great guy he will be missed robbie foster class of 2005
Carlos Fernandez says
I will always remember hanging out in the basement at your mom’s old house off Salisbury…started off as two guys banging on our guitars I always looked up to you as a musician because you were clearly better than anyone else that i knew at guitar…you were my punk rock skateboarding mohawked friend at least that’s how I’ll always remember you. I remember getting out of school and you’d just be waiting at my old car with your skateboard asking “so what are we doing today”. Those were some of the best days of my life. I’m gonna keep this clean but I do gotta mention all the mischief we made lmfao just glad we never got busted for anything. I feel like i could go on forever but I’ll just end this by saying god bless you and your entire family and may your spirit always live through your daughter. Put in a good word for me in heaven. Love you my mexican brother from another mother.
Keith Button says
We were so lucky to have Randy drop by the Roadhouse and play music with us old guys. We were lucky to see him grow up and become a good man! He was a great player and we all loved him. Now, get out in the middle of the stage and show em what you got!
Justin Perez says
Half our lives in another state 400 miles apart little bro but forever so close!!! You taught me alot and I was truly jealous of my little bro!!! I am just so thankful that you gave your heart to Jesus so that one day we will never be apart for Heavens Eternity!! Ya left so early but God saw fit for you to come to your true home and take it easy for now,…..I’ll see you in a few Broskie!!!!! Sheddin tears forever, Big Bro loves you!!!! Torta!!!