John Espinoza
Obituary

John Espinoza

John Alfredo Espinoza, of Anacortes, Washington, left this world far too soon at the age of 47.

Born February 18, 1974, he was the eldest son of Robert and Yvonne Jennings. John was born in Sullivan, Missouri before moving to El Paso, Texas as an infant. John would move to Anacortes, Washington in 1995 where he remained until his death on August 12, 2021.

John came into this world with a kind heart and generous spirit. He was patient and made time to support those around him. Despite his internal struggles, John was rarely seen without his trademark smile or projecting a glowing and positive attitude.

More than anything, John loved his family and held his friends in this elevated position with those of whom he shared blood. John had a passion for skateboarding and creating art which would transform the world around him and touch the souls of anyone who came into his life. He loved too much, cared too much, and hurt too much. John will be missed by all who had the privilege to know him.

John leaves behind 3 children, Charlie, Lucy, and Owen whom he loved more than anything in this world. He is survived by his parents, Robert and Yvonne Jennings; his brother and sister-in-law Jason and Victoria Jennings; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, and a nephew; all of whom he adored.

He was preceded in death by his beloved grandparents Alfredo and Nancy Espinoza. A celebration of life will be held September 27, 2021, at 5pm at The Secret Cove in Anacortes. In lieu of flowers the family believes John would wish for us all to do a random act of kindness in his memory.

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