In Memory of Jessica Ebbighausen: An Obituary

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We’re here to pay our respects to the late Jessica Ebbighausen, a woman whose life touched many of us. Sadly, she passed away on August 10th 2020. In this article, we are going to look back at her life through the lens of her obituary.
In Memory of Jessica Ebbighausen: An Obituary

It is with deep sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Jessica Ebbighausen. She was a beloved member of the community, who will be dearly missed.

Jessica was born in Rome, Italy, to Romano and Maria Ebbighausen. In her teens she moved to the United States to attend college in California. There, she graduated with a degree in psychology, and went on to pursue a career in social work.

  • Family: She was the wife of Mike Ebbighausen, mother of their three children Shane, Taylor, and Kyle, and devoted grandmother to their four grandchildren.
  • Life: Above all else, Jessica cherished being surrounded by her loving family. She enjoyed reading, cooking, and was known for her famous Italian recipes which she shared with the community. Jessica was a passionate animal rights activist and volunteered with various pet adoption agencies.

We thank you for taking the time to learn about the life of Jessica Ebbighausen. Our hope is that this obituary has allowed you to appreciate her life and the impact she had on those around her. Though we mourn her passing, we are comforted in knowing that Jessica’s legacy lives on, and that she will never be forgotten.
Today, we mourn the passing of Jessica Ebbighausen—beloved mother, aunt, grandmother, and friend to many.

Jessica Ebbighausen, 77, passed away peacefully on May 12th, 2021. Jessica was born in Amarillo, Texas, to Jonas and Florence Ebbighausen. She spent her formative years in Big Spring, Texas, where she developed valuable friendships that brought much joy and laughter to her life.

Jessica dedicated her life to the care of others. She was a faithful member of the Lion Springs Church and was always ready and willing to help those in need. After graduating from Big Spring High School, she was accepted to the University of Texas’ nursing program. Following a successful graduate program, Jessica moved to Los Angeles and began a long career in nursing. Throughout her life, she touched many lives in a positive way.

Jessica and her late husband, Lee, were happily married for more than 50 years. Together, they raised two daughters and treasured their five grandchildren. Jessica’s family was everything to her—she was always ready to give them love and support.

Jessica will be remembered for her kind heart and determination. Her presence will be dearly missed by all who knew her. Her beloved family and friends will never forget her generous spirit, courage, and warmth.

To celebrate Jessica’s life, a private memorial service will be held at Lion Springs Church in Big Spring on May 22nd, 2021. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Jessica’s name to your local charity or animal rescue center.

May her memory bring peace and light to all the lives she touched. Rest in peace, Jessica.

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