Conner James Jessup

October 25, 1990 ~ November 25, 2021 (age 31)


Conner James Jessup, 31 of Mendocino County California. Died Thursday, November 25, 2021, at UCI following a short battle with cancer.  
Conner was born in Tustin, California on October 25th, 1990. He was a beloved son of Edward Paul Jessup and Lee Jessup. Growing up, Conner inspired his family and friends with his love for life, music, and nature. 
Conner was an adventurous man of passion and through his journey to find his place in the world, found himself immersed in beautiful Northern California. Full of wild abandon, the valleys, and mountains of his new home gave Conner pure and simple happiness that people search a lifetime for. Conner was always happiest snowboarding down a mountain, spending summer days on his boat with friends, listening to music, and celebrating each day with his wife Nicole, and two dogs Kekoa and Billie. A truly old soul with the optimistic heart of a child, Conner above all else believed in people. He felt each emotion to his very core and it showed in his gentle kindness. His heart burst with joy for simple times with family and friends and he showed up for them with care and integrity. As his spirit passes on his legacy remains, as a cherished son, nephew, and grandson, respected brother, devoted husband, and an irreplaceable friend to all.
At the end of the day when worldly concerns come crowding in, let us remember Conner and know that he is with us, his gentle and loving spirit walking with us. Know that he is watching over us, inviting us to join him on his next adventure. In addition to his parents, Conner is also survived by his wife Nicole and her family, his maternal grandparents Frederick W. and Joan Heckencamp, and his two sisters Claire and Katie. Numerous Aunts, Uncles, and cousins also survive. He was preceded in death by his Paternal grandparents, Russell and Dorothy Jessup. 


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Funeral Mass
December 9, 2021

1:00 PM
Holy Family Church
566 S Glassell St
Orange, CA 92866

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