On October 2, 2021, Jessica Rae Caraballo (Holland) was called home to the Kingdom of Heaven. She was compassionate, tender hearted, loyal, and steadfast in her faith. Jess loved her husband Moises and their three sons Jon, Marcus, and Ethan.
In her short but full 42 years, Jess made a connection with everyone she met. She featured a gentle smile, had an easy-going personality, and was super relatable. For 15 years she worked in food service at the Olmsted Falls Schools. Jess was an exceptional sister, daughter, wife, mother, and friend. Jess loved God, her family, gardening, flowers, and athletics. Her passion was working with rescue animals, specifically her horses (Royal, Blaze, Johnny, Babe and Moses) and dogs (Dylan and Ryder).
Shortly before passing, Jess finished self-publishing her own personal story, "Finding Grace, Not Your Average Teenage Mom Story." She hoped her story would be inspiring for others who have faced or are facing similar struggles. It was also a way she could express her truth. The link below can be used to preview her hard work and dedication.
Part of Jessica's nature was to offer others support and words of encouragement, especially during challenging times or seasons of life. Because of her innate selflessness, her family and friends are asking that you please consider helping Moises and the boys during this extremely painful time in their lives. There are a few ways to help:
MEMORIES - Jess loved to take pictures to document and capture special moments in her life. She would get creative and turn them into special gifts for her loved ones. If you have memories of Jess that you would like to share, please send your stories, and pictures to her father John Holland - jrho53 at aol.com
FINANCIAL HELP - Sadly, no life insurance was in place. Moises is comfortable with this being shared in hopes that others would be reminded to please plan for unexpected tragedy. All donations are greatly appreciated, and with your help, we can ease the financial burden for Moises. If you have any questions or would like to help in other ways, please contact her father John Holland - jrho53 at aol.com
BE OF GOOD COURAGE - Jess was strong in her faith. She would reassure her loved one's that were faced with a difficult decision or stuck in a tough situation that God would use those trials for good, and that something better was on the horizon. Everybody we know is going through their share of personal battles. We can be reminded to be renewed in the spirit of our mind created according to God, in true righteousness and holiness.
Please know that all funds will be transferred directly to Moises.