Funeral Service for Jacob Wiser, age 33, will be held Saturday, February, 10, 2024 at 2:00 P.M. at Wilson Orwosky Chapel in Emory. Pallbearers will be Cy Williams, Ayden Williams, Nathaniel Wiser, Caden Wiser, Cason Wiser and Steven Yau; honorary pallbearers will be Michael Mitchell, Randy Mitchell and Justin Mitchell. There will be a one hour visitation an hour prior to the service.
Jacob Arden Wiser, a beloved son, brother, father, and friend, passed away on February 6, 2024, in Emory, Texas. He was born on September 13, 1990, in Dallas, Texas to parents Jim Wiser and Cindy (Mitchell) Wiser. Jacob's passion for life and boundless love for his family and friends will forever resonate in the hearts of those who knew him.
Jacob's journey began when he graduated from Rains High School. Following in his father's footsteps, he embarked on a fulfilling career as an electrician at Wiser Electric Systems. With every wire he connected and every project he completed alongside his father and his brother; Jacob left an indelible mark on the places he worked.
Beyond his profession, Jacob was an extraordinary individual with a profound ability to ponder deeply about life's complexities. He possessed a rare combination of empathy and selflessness that radiated through his actions and touched the lives of all who crossed his path. Family meant the world to him, and he loved them unconditionally.
Music was Jacob's language of expression. From the soulful beats of rock to the elegant melodies of classical compositions and the twangy tunes of country songs, music surrounded him like a comforting embrace. It was through music that Jacob found solace and connected with others. His talent for understanding various genres brought joy to countless gatherings where he played a crucial role in keeping spirits high as "the life of the party."
While music may have been instrumental in defining Jacob's essence, two loyal companions always shared his harmonious journey: his dogs Nollie and Lola. Their unconditional love mirrored his own deep affection for animals—the gentle souls that brought him comfort and companionship through both good times and trying moments.
However remarkable Jacob's experiences were throughout life—his proudest accomplishment came in the form of his beloved daughter Novaleigh Reign Wiser. The pure love that thrived between them was immeasurable, revealing the depths of his compassion as a father. Jacob's legacy will live on through the love and strength he bestowed upon his cherished daughter.
Jacob's zest for life reverberated beyond familial connections. He inspired those around him, leaving an indelible impression on those fortunate enough to observe his journey. Perhaps his most notable influence was on his nephew, who found solace and inspiration in Jacob's musical prowess. Motivating him to learn the bass guitar, Jacob encouraged his nephew to embrace his own creative spirit.
Jacob is survived by his daughter, Novaleigh Reign Wiser; parents, Jim and Cindy Wiser; siblings, Shannon and Cy Williams, Nathaniel and Susan Wiser, Katelynn Wiser; nieces and nephews, Talour and Steven Yau, Caden Wiser, Cason Wiser and Ayden Williams, as well as many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Today, we gather to celebrate and remember the extraordinary life led by Jacob Arden Wiser. Though he may no longer walk this earthly plane, his spirit dances among us, reminding us to cherish every moment, love unconditionally, and find solace in the universal language of music. As we bid farewell to a remarkable individual whose presence brought joy to our lives, let us honor Jacob's memory by carrying forth the lessons he taught us—lessons of compassion, family bonds, and an unwavering zest for life.
May Jacob's soul find eternal peace as he joins the symphony of stars in the night sky—the harmony that will forever remind us of a life well-lived and loved.