Memorial services will be at 11:00 A.M., Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015, at Hillside Christian Church, 6100 Soncy Rd., with Bob Canode officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.
Jeb was born in Amarillo, TX on August 28, 1976. He attended Amarillo High School and West Texas A&M University and we can still remember his many lectures about nutrition, germs and other various facts that he passed on from his classes and documentary marathons.
He was always there for his family and friends in so many ways. He adored his wife, Casee and his precious children were the light in his eyes. Jeb was a man of many talents, who touched many lives. He will be remembered most for his love for God, family and friends, his deep sense of compassion, keen intellect and, above all, his service to others.
He loved his entire family, who he will see again someday; his beloved wife, Casee and their four children Carson, Gracee, Charlee, and Coble, and his mother, sister and brothers, and their spouses, Dana, Mandy and Tony Melendez, Jim and Stacey May and Jentry and Kim May. His family-in-law, Mark and Chris Guill, Ty and Scott Jesko, and Sam and Corinna Guill. He also adored his nieces and nephews: Jace, Zane, Logan, Aiden, Ella, Jax, Kynlee, Ainsley, Kaytlee, and Grey. Joining those who will miss him are his many aunts, uncles and cousins: Cyril and Joan May, Derk and Jean Hoving, Rex and Claire Hoving, Linda and Don Mobbs. He was preceded in death by his father, Jim May.
Jeb was such a giving, caring person. He’s known for randomly praying for strangers he met on the street and in true Jeb fashion, he actually did give the coat off his back to someone at a gas station. He lit up a room with his presence. Jeb will be so dearly missed.