Jesus (Jesse) Espinoza

 

Jesus (Jesse) Espinoza
Jesus (Jesse) Espinoza

Jesus (Jesse) Espinoza left this earth to be with our Lord on Friday, October 29th, 2021

Jesse was born on March 26, 1954, to Pedro and Minerva Espinoza. Jesse graduated from Yarbrough high school. Right after high school, Jesse joined the United States Marine Corps where he served in the desert· storm/desert shield as a sergeant with det AT-TOW 4th TOW 1st Plt Q Bn 2nd Marine Division Task Force Vega.

Jesse worked for Kindermorgan Natural Gas company for 45 years. Jesse was an avid Dallas Cowboys fan and took pride in his family. In his younger years, he enjoyed coaching all types of sports for his nephews, nieces, and children.

Jesse was preceded in death by his mother, Minerva, and father, Pedro.

He is survived by his sister, Patsy (Paul) Ortiz; brothers, Pete (Florinda) Espinoza, and Marciano Espinoza; his wife, DeAnna; daughters, Angelina (Joseph) Chavez, Anna (Chris) Rangel, Antonia Espinoza, Alisha (Kane) Espinoza- Mesza; son, JJ (Shai) Espinoza; stepsons, Chris (Andrea) Claybrook, and Chad (Jaclan) Claybrook; fourteen grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you donate to www.garysinisefoundation.org

8 Replies to “Jesus (Jesse) Espinoza”

  1. I’ve known him since he started at Yarborough in the early 60’s. They lived about two miles from us. I remember him walking over one summer day to play with my little brother, but he wasn’t home. Felt so sorry for him and my sister said we should have invited him in and gave him something to drink or something! It didn’t seem to bother him. I can honestly say I never saw him angry or mean, just an around easy going guy. Jesse fly high my friend and bless you for all the good you have done in your sixty some years.

  2. It was a privilege to know and work with Jessie while he was the supervisor at the CIG Lakin Station. Jesse was an excellent leader and someone you could count on to do things right. We were able to over come challenges with his leadership. He always had a great outlook on life and could draw the best out of those around him. I know he will be sorely missed. This country needs more people like this.

  3. A great family man and a great man, period.

    Condolences to Deanna, the kids, grandkids and siblings.

    Semper fi, Jesse.

  4. This is Glenda Albert, I went to school at yarbrough with Jesse, my thought and prayers are with you during your loss.

  5. Jesse was such a fun guy to be around. He hired me at the Sand Dune plant 15 years ago, and I am still grateful for his decision. I have a lot of fond memories of him from when he was the supervisor of our crew. There was never a dull moment. Great guy and a great boss. I am truly sorry for your family’s loss.

  6. Life is a fragile gift and Jesse was a gift to our family. He will be forever remembered for his quick smile and devotion to his family. Keep heavens doors open, Jesse, and we’ll see you again one day. Until then, you will be sadly missed.

  7. i was pleased to have known Jesse for a few years and
    Rachelle and i had the pleasure of working with him during a Kinder Morgan “Job Fair” held at USMC Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, CA….i was impressed with his “spirit de corp” that he shared with his fellow Marines, and was instrumental in “recruiting” several Marines to join the Kinder Morgan Team…..

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