Arias, Jacob Alexander

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Jacob Alexander Arias was born in Dallas, TX on August 3, 1986. He spent his life caring and helping others. In 2008 he made a selfless decision to fight for our country and served as an honorable solider in the US Army.

He was a loving, faithful husband and father. July 6, 2014 he was called to his heavenly home by his Father. He was survived by his wife of 6 years, Marisa Arias and their children, Joel age 7, Jacob age 5, Destiny age 4, and Jayden age 1; His parents Jose Tapia and Marixa Arias, his sisters Ashley Arias and Mindy Castillo.

Please send family condolences and sign the guestbook on this website.

8 replies on “Arias, Jacob Alexander”

Phillip Talamantes and Doroteo Lemus says:

My dear friend, it is so hard to believe you are no longer with us. Dee and I are so glad we were able to call you our friend and share so many special moments together as family. You will live in our hearts forever. Enjoy your new home, where there is no pain or suffering, this isn’t good bye…its I’ll see you later.

To Marisa and the kids, we know this is a hard time for you, but remember you have loving and caring family and friends that will be by your side. You can count on me anytime. I love you little sister.

Marina "Rina" Franco says:

To my brother in law Jacob…

I don’t know where to start… It was tense between us at first and then we grew this weird but loving bond. I love you for the person you where and who you continue to be in or hearts. Thank you for the positive influence that you had on Julian. Your death has really impacted him and knowing that you’re looking over him also, gives me peace for him. We always agreed to disagree so many times but always laughed at the end. I will miss everything about you, even the annoying parts. Haha. I could go on and on… I have so much more to say to you but this is long enough for now. So for now, your famous saying… “I’ll meet you in the chopper.”

Love you always,
Rina, Julian “King”, Jose, and Lisa
<3

Michael and Erica Heston says:

Jacob it’s hard to believe this is happening. I see all the pain my 2nd family is going through and I can’t help but feel for them. I know you will watch over all of us and I thank you for that. It makes me laugh to think of all the crazy videos and pictures of you and Marisa acting crazy at Phil’s house. I promise to always be there for my little sister from another mother. You will be missed Jacob and may you rest in peace…

Erica and Michael Heston says:

Jacob I don’t know how to start this…I have never seen my 2nd family hurt so much. I will say that you and Marisa are one of the craziest couples I have ever been around. The pictures and videos you left behind will always have us laughing. I promise we will look after my little sister from another mother forever, May you rest in Peace.

Viviana & Chris Reyes says:

Arias, it’s so surreal to know that your no longer with us. There are no words to explain how we feel and there are definitely no words to help ease the pain to your family and friends. You were taken far to soon, but the memory of you and your ways will live on through your children. May you rest peacefully my friend. *Marisa and kids, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. My family is here for you if you ever need anything. We wish we could’ve been there for you during this difficult time. Our sincere condolences to the entire Arias Family and friends.
Love, Chris & Viviana Reyes

Anita & Klarysa says:

We didn’t know each other that well, we met a few times at the bros and Phil’s house. The last time we saw you, We Drank a Beer… Our thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends. http://youtube/RM5aW83L_DE

Raquel Ruiz says:

Although my co-worker and I only knew you for a short time, it was long enough to know what a humble, hard working and loving family man you truly were! You brightened any room you walked in to and took so much pride in all that you did. We are so shocked and saddened by the news that you are no longer with us. We know you are in a better place. Your smile will live in our hearts for ever.

Roxanne Davila says:

Dear jacob
Sorry i didn’t know you too well but the three times i meet you was well enough….you had a great personality and brought happnies to everyone. There was a alot of love from everyone and showed that they cared for your family. My heart breaks for your family but i know they are strong and will get threw this. Marisa…you and the kids are in my prayers, god bless you and your loved ones. Say hello to john for me jacob. I think you two will become really good friends. R.i.p. never forgotten

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