Angie and Emanuel Reese, and their family in Plymouth, IN
His mother’s FB post
First and foremost THANK YOU💛 Thank you for all the love, prayers, texts, calls, food…just everything. Even though Jaisyn’s Journey 💛 has come to a close here on earth, it will never end. When I am able I will continue to advocate and fight for all the children and their families. As I finally gained enough strength to let Jaisyn go and I told him I would be ok he said “Mom, you have to be, you have so many people to help” and I will do my very best until my last breath.
Jaisyn was surrounded by family and friends Saturday evening when I witnessed the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. He was fighting to stay, I didnt understand. His sister Karrissa, his best friend, held his hand and said he was scared. She climbed in bed with him and wrapped her arms around him, while I held his hand. The second she did that he turned his head to her and took his last breath. December 12, 2020 7:03pm he was embraced and welcomed into the gates in his mawmaws loving arms.
As much as I continue to stand firm in my faith, this is hard. I have woke up every morning bawling because I dont know what to do. I want to hold him again, I want to hear his contagious laugh, I want to see the handsome loving man he was to become. I know its a part of grieving, unfortunately this is not my first rodeo, but ohhhh is it so different because this is my baby boy, my only son. Bear with us. We meet today for arrangements and I will post when we have those.
Please continue to keep us in prayer and know we see you and we love you all.