jaykob voepel obituary: Has died! Jaykob Douglas Voepel, 31, of Palmyra, died at 4:50 pm Sunday, January 23, 2022, at his home in Palmyra, MO.
Loved ones are welcome to Jaykob’s Life Celebration at an appearance that will be held from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Friday January 28, 2022, at Mission Hill Baptist Church in Palmyra, MO.
A Funeral Service with EMS Honors performed by the Missouri EMS Honors Team will be held at 10:00 am Saturday January 29, 2022, at Mission Hill Baptist Church in Palmyra. Ministers Alvin Lewis and David Wilson will administer. Entombment to follow at Greenwood Cemetery in Palmyra.
Jaykob was conceived June 20, 1990, in Hannibal, MO to Douglas Howard and Gayle Lynn Ford Voepel. He was hitched to Caitlyn Rae Cherington on May 12, 2018 in Naples, Florida.
Different survivors incorporate his grandparents James and Lois Ford; Parents; spouse Caitlyn Voepel of Palmyra, MO; his youngsters Vaeda Kentlee, Oakley Layne, and Charlee Jayde; and sister Jessyka Renee Humes (Matthew).
Jaykob was gone before in death by his grandparents Sonny and Jean Voepel.
After secondary school Jaykob proceeded to acquire his single guy’s good to go organization with an accentuation in Health Care Management. He filled in as a Flight Paramedic for Survival Flight based out of Hannibal.
With a grin that could illuminate a room and a kind nature, Jaykob worshiped investing his energy playing with and cherishing on his youngsters. He adored hustling with his girl Vaeda, on their 4-wheelers at the district fair. His adoration for everything on wheels continued to his darling bike “Lilly”, riding 4-wheelers, soil bicycles, and obviously being in his one next to the other with any individual who needed to come. Jaykob delighted in hitting the fairway with his companions and taking the family out on their boat. Jaykob liked great discussion and with his out-going nature he could connect pretty much anybody into sharing their considerations and stories. He would regularly hit the dance floor with his better half and children only for entertainment purposes. These are the recollections and attributes that his family will hold dear to their souls, this laid back, carefree person who was the best child, spouse, daddy, and sibling they might at any point expect.
Pallbearers will be Doug Shade, Derek Bichsel, Matt Humes, Chris Foss, Galan Tuley, Randy Davis, Jay Bock, and Brad Schaefer.
Remembrance commitments might be made to Caitlyn Voepel for an Education Fund for his youngsters or Our Hidden Heroes.
Privileged pallbearer is Kale Gosney and his EMS work family.