Jesse Joe Navarro

Jesse Joe Navarro, 50, died in his sleep on September 6th, 2022. He was born in California. He was the life of the party, always making people laugh. He wasn’t judgmental and accepted people for who they are. He did everything he could do take care of his family and more. When Jesse got into skateboarding, he built him a half pipe, when Nic wanted to play guitar, he bought him a guitar, when Justin got into drumming, he bought him the best kit he could, and he pretty much turned the backyard into a playground for Michael and Christian. He loved spending time with his grandchildren Nova, Ayla, Orion. He was a proud grandpa and a proud father.

Jesse met Patricia Navarro at age 19 and they fell in love. He moved to Kenosha WI to be with her, and they had 5 children together. He went to college for 5 years to become a journey man. That was something he was very proud of. As time went by, he started working at Rust-Oleum and made many friends there. He taught his kids that if you have a job to do than do it right.

He will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

In lieu of flowers memorials to the family would be appreciated.

The family invites everyone to please come and share stories and memories at the funeral services on Tuesday, September 13th, 2022 at Kemper Center-Founders Hall (6501 3rd. Ave). Visitation beginning at 9:30am with the service following at 11:00am.

Casey Family Options Funerals and Cremations

Stephen P. Casey, Owner and Funeral Director


Thoughts for Jesse Joe Navarro;

  • Wendy Bland and family says:

    My heart and condolences go out to the whole Navarro family. I knew Jesse for years with his whole family. He was a great and loving person amd will be sadly missed by all.

  • Rest easy cousin Jessie. I did not get to know you well since I was in the US Army your entire childhood. I do recall meeting you when you were a young boy while I was visiting my uncle Jessie Navarro when you all lived in Pico Rivera. I saw you again when your dad passed away but that did not leave us much time to hold a conversation. Your dad was a good man and a great uncle to me. He cared about us and always displayed kindness to us. I am sure he was a good role model to you as you grew up. I never met your family but hopefully one day I will be able to. I am sure my uncle Chuey welcomed you when you returned home. Rest easy and enjoy your reunion with those ancestors that have gone before you. Bless you Jess.

  • Cindy Atchison says:

    Patty and family , I can’t believe what I’m reading !! My many thoughts go out to you , he was always so nice to Ron & I 😘

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