Jessica Rae Walton was born June 30, 1977, in Longmont, CO. She passed at her family home on April 14, 2022.

At age six, she moved to Montana and lived in Missoula, Huson, and Florence. After moving back to Longmont, she graduated from Desiderata High School. She studied cosmetology for a short time and then worked in retail.

Her passions included flowers, especially daffodils and plants, collecting rocks, dragonflies, cooking and baking, thrift stores, art drawings she did by hand, photography, and listening to her favorite music.

Jessica is survived by her two daughters, Shelby Sexton and Kendall Sexton (Louie DeHerrera); her mother, Tracie Dorian (David); her father, Patrick Walton (Greg Hammock); her sister, Lacey Jarvis (Rob); two grandsons, Emmett and Silas; two nieces, Destiney and Elora; her grandfather John Gomez; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. She was preceded in death by her grandmother Edna Gomez and her uncle John Gomez; and her grandmother and grandfather Myrtle and Charles Walton.

Celebration of Life/Potluck is at the American Legion at 315 S. Bowen St. Longmont, CO. from 4-6 pm on Mon, April  25th.

In lieu of flowers, send donations to www.hopeforlongmont.org, an organization that provides outreach for the homeless community.

6 thoughts on “Jessica Rae Walton”

  1. To my Nessie,
    You will always, always be in my heart and soul. I wasn’t ready for you to leave so soon. No more pain, no more suffering Honey. Be at peace and with the family that went before you. Remember, I love you to the and back….our favorite saying.
    Love,
    Nina

  2. Such a beautiful soul gone too soon. Sweet, sweet girl, your demons are behind you now. It is your time to find peace. You are very loved and will be missed.

  3. Thank you for the kindness you showed me, all your smiles and inside jokes we shared. I’ll miss you Jess.

  4. Jessica and I were 18 years old when we brought Shelby into this world. Two kids with a kid. It didn’t scare me because I was madly in love with her. By the time we had Kendall we were 20 and falling apart. We create two lives and Jessica was an awesome mother, like AAA mom. She got all the books. We took all the classes. We were ready. These kids were never going to get away with anything. What drove us apart in the end isn’t important now. It’s what we did when we were together that binds us. I am sorry for how it ended. I am sorry for any pain I caused her. I am heartbroken we will never have the chance to be the parents these two beautiful girls deserve. I think its nearing 24 years since we parted ways. The last time we talked I congratulated her on being a grandma. The next time we talk, *squeeze*squeeze*squeeze* was our code when holding hands. Until then, my friend. <3

  5. I called Jessica sis she is family I’m so so sorry I miss u so much 🥺 I have so much to say 😘 I will always look up to the sky and see u and domic hag out together again love u so much rest in peace I’m glad u are face to face with the Lord amen

  6. I can’t believe this Im just seeing this and finding out, Jessica I can’t believe it still. You ment so much to me I don’t even know what to say or how to feel about this. I have so many great memories of us, and the fun we had. You were the first women I ever loved, I feel in love with a part of you that not a lot of people got to see. I think of you everyday and will forever. We will meet again I promise you that. I love you Jessica.

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