Jessica wolfe is an amazing woman, who touched the lives of many. I am the rock that has since crumbled by the loss of my wife. Jessica was a fighter, she didn’t give up when life got tough. She and I had been as one since we met and started dating 1/5/99. She was more than my wife, we were best friends and soul mates. When she hurt, I hurt. I would like everyone to think about how precious life is, along with how fragile your bodies can be. Each and every time life brought a storm, we weathered it and found a way to emerge. After her brain tumor removal, the herniated disc that was pushing inward on her spinal cord needed something done. When they went in from the back, the doctor said it was like concrete and has been an issue for a lot of years. This may have even went back to when she was 17 and was hit by a car. Right after this surgery, there was relief and we were concentrating on the brighter days. However as the days went on the disc seemed to re-herniate and there was like a bone spur poking inward this time. The doctor had started to talk about a spinal fusion on the lower disc, but wanted to try and fix again with her being young at 38. This procedure was done on 12/10/19 and she stayed the night in the hospital to help with pain. She returned home for the healing process, and even excited about the pork chops that were made in the pressure cooker for dinner Friday. That night on 12/13/19 at just before 9pm was the last time I got to tell her I love her and have a good night sleep. As in the middle of the night her heart beat it’s last beat, and took her last breath. Her body had shut down and released all the pain as she went into an eternal sleep. I am now lost and empty as she was my strength, and I loved her with every ounce of my soul. She and I raised two wonderful boys, and I promise to keep her present through me moving forward. I ask that in her memory, don’t miss an opportunity to share your love. Hold, Hug, and kiss often. Tell your loved ones how you feel, and work through any issues that may be holding you back. I wanted to write this and try to bring some closure to the many lives that she has touched. It didn’t feel right to leave her story as it was, and all I ask from this is in her final thought PLEASE REMEMBER JESSICA WOLFE.