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My little brother, I cant put into words what you mean to me . The love and connection we shared , it was special . My heart is empty in a way I cant describe but I do find peace knowing I get to see you again when it's my turn to leave this earth . My favorite was our talks and video calls and jumping in the bed to just be close to you you would always give me that big smile cause I when I would do something spontaneous or silly in your eyes. . I will miss our talks . The past year we grew closer than ever. You are one of the strongest humans I have ever met . Your positive outlook on each day no matter what you faced. If there is one thing I would say others should take from the life you lived it is this . Take every day and make the most of it , dont let your current situation hender your future dreams , even up until a few days before you left us when we talked we talked about you starting to work from home and go to school for atleast some core classes . Your ability to overcome and push through what you faced , still have goals with what YOU faced. You gave hope to so many . the legacy of dreaming BIG will continue . Until we are together again I will cherish every memory and moment we had together. I love you little brother .
jacob was a wonderful, wonderful person to be around. He inspired many, including myself, to be the best version of ourselves, to push ourselves to be, to do, better. And so we will carry on in his name, fighting and pushing ourselves, in memory of him. Knowing all the while, Jacob is looking down upon us, smiling that sweet, goofy smile of his. May he rest in peace.
Tom and Christi Bonacchi
Jacob! Oh how I miss you so much already.This has been a hard week for me! I am just speechless, heartbroken, and HEARTBROKEN! I love you Jacob, Heather, andTodd
I only got to meet him a few times but his smile was unforgettable. My heart gos out to all the family of Jacob. My prayers are that God wraps his arms around each person who is mourning the lost. Strength and comfort to each of you. I celebrate his life and now he is totally healed walking streets of Gold! In the presence of Jesus and surrounded by loved one and friends who went before him . I’m sure that beautiful smile is a joy to all in heaven. Sincerely Becky
Jacob, you will truly be missed by all. I loved hearing your stories and your jokes. You were so amazing and very honest. That is for sure. I loved being able to see you more when I moved to Florida. I will miss giving you those kisses that you thought for years left lipstick on your face. I will miss being able to see you. I know though that you are in heaven with your Aunt Sharon and I am sure she is loving all over you and trying to still take care of you. I don’t know what Heaven is truly like but I do know it is much more beautiful now with you in it. Until we see each other again. I love you.
Jacob was the sweetest, funniest and kindest guy. I am so sad to hear about his passing but I do know he is in a much better place. I enjoyed having classes with him and would be so worried on days he wasn’t there. May you go rest high Jacob, please watch over us all. Thank you for all the laughs, you will be missed. Love Kolby Scott.
Jacob Kyle Dawson
Jaccob Kyle Dawson April 12, 1999 - January 15, 2022.Jacob Kyle Dawson entered his heavenly home on Saturday January 15th after a lifelong battle with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
Jacob graduated from Yulee High School in 2018. He loved spending time with friends and family in any capacity. Jacob had a passion for Japanese Art and Culture.
Jacob leaves behind his parents, Todd and Heather Dawson of Yulee Florida; a brother, Brandon Dawson of Warner Robins, Georgia; two sisters, Brittany Butler and Brooke Dawson both of Warner Robins Georgia; his grandparents, Randy and Barbara Stone of Kathleen, Georgia as well as many aunts, uncles and cousins. Jacob will be remembered as a wonderful son, brother, cousin. He was loved by all that met him.
A celebration of Jacob’s life will be held Saturday, January 29th at Yulee High School at 11:00 AM.