Let the memory of Jesse be with us forever
  • 46 years old
  • Born on April 16, 1970 in Tampa, Florida, United States.
  • Passed away on April 24, 2016 in Acworth, Georgia, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jesse Garcia 46 years old , born on April 16, 1970 and passed away on April 24, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Carlotta Arias on 24th April 2017
A wonderful, talented, funny, loving, giving, handsome nephew, cousin, child, brother, and friend was taken way too soon. But, he will never be forgotten for the strength and love that he had for his children, and his close family, especially his cousin in craziness, Bill. I hope that those who still mourn him, know that he is watching out for you.
Posted by Kathy Oneal on 15th May 2016
It has been over 30 years since I left Tampa but still remember many of the wonderful friends I made. Norma you were one! I remember going to a part and u had your children with you. Armando is the one I remember the modt, but you loved them all. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your famimy. Kathy o'neal
Posted by Bob Morrison on 2nd May 2016
It's now been years since I have seen Norma and the Garcia clan. I vividly remember Norma always talking about Jesse's baseball accomplishments. It was easy to recognize the love and pride she had in sharing those stories. It is the most tragic experience a parent can have in outliving a child. Not many words that can express my deepest sympathy and sorrow. I hope that the love and memories can help you thru these times. If at any point you need to talk to someone, Linda and I will always be available. With Love and Peace, Bob.
Posted by Frank Traina on 1st May 2016
This is a hard one to swallow, but God has his reasons. At least you are in good company and your family can be assured that you will always be there for them. One of my favorite people in the world. Jesse Garcia cannot be duplicated. Thanks for everything you've done for me and all the nonstop hilarious moments. West Tampa took a big hit. God bless and all the peace and strength to your family.
Posted by Borys Dejesus on 29th April 2016
Tio I don't think I'll ever be able to accept that you're gone. Everytime I look at a picture of you, my mind floods with love and memories. It's a blessing and also torment cause I want to see you so badly and hear your voice one more time. You meant so much to me. You made my life that much better. I remember when I was 13 and you bought me that ken Griffey glove of the year. I was so excited I didn't even want to wait till it was broken in to use it. I don't know if I'll ever be able to fill this hole in my heart. I don't know if I ever want to. I love you Tio rip you deserve it love B
Posted by Dawn White Brendel on 29th April 2016
Jesse, a great friend!
Posted by Carlotta Arias on 29th April 2016
Jesse, Remember that the light will always shine bright at the end of the path where you will be welcomed and have a place to rest until we are all together again. Love, Tia Carlotta
Posted by Terry Brendel on 28th April 2016
The best thing that I can say about Jesse is that he made a great impact in my life and my son's life and I am truly honored to know him. He was a man you just couldn't help but love and respect. A true friend and brother. I will always hold his memory close to my heart. Rest in peace my friend.
Posted by Sonia Murillo on 28th April 2016
Jesse, Taken from this earth so soon...leaving your loved ones behind, especially your two beautiful daughters. Your kindred spirit will live on through them. Jesse was a man of charm, charisma, athleticism, but foremost a family man. As a coach, he touched many of our boys' lives. His infectious energy and optimism were always evident on the field. He wanted the boys to have fun and build team camaraderie. Jesse, you gave of yourself selflessly and impacted a multitude of Georgia's youth with your patience, compassion and enviable skill set. RIP, friend....remembering you...Adam & Sonia ⚾️

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