We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Fort Worth Funerals & Cremations
On December 24, 2021 Jesse Leon Westover, 54 went to be with our Lord. After a two month stay in a Fort Worth hospital that started with Covid that
turned into further complications. Jesse fought as hard as he could to overcome all his problems until he just couldn't fight any longer.
He will be dearly missed by all his family and friends.
A celebration of life gathering will be scheduled at a later date by his family.
Jesse was born July 18th, 1967 in White Settlement, Texas. He spent all of his school years in White Settlement schools ending with his graduation from Brewer High School in 1985. When he turned 18 he started his hitch in the Marines which he signed up for in his senior year. It started with schooling in Camp LeJune North Carolina and on to boot camp in San Diego California and finally stationed in Hawaii. On one of his calls home he told his mother there was nothing to do over there and he was bored. That's when he developed one of the great loves of his life which was bowling. It started in Hawaii and continued thru the rest of his life. Jesse also enjoyed playing a good game of golf and playing Texas Hold-em with friends and occasionally at the casinos. He developed many good friendships during his life. He and his family really appreciated the love and concern his friends and co-workers showed for him during his illness. It lifted his spirits immensely and for that, we (his family) are so grateful to all of you.
Jesse was preceded in death by his grandparents, Fred and Lorine Leggett; step-father, Roscoe Garrett Jr.; step-sister, Donna Garrett and his uncle, James Stephens.
He is survived by his mother, Dorcas Garrett; fiance, Terri Abney; son, Arron Westover; step-son, Scot Stewart; brother, Larry Westover; step-sister, Holly Gibbs; his aunt, Shirley Belisle and husband, Mike and their daughter, Jennifer; nephew, Billy Powell and his family; niece, Jasmine Howell and her family; and numerous other family members and friends. Jesse is also survived by his beloved german shepherd, Recon.