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James Andrew Mesch

ARANSAS PASS-James Andrew Mesch passed away suddenly on Sunday, November 3, 2019 at the young age of 25.
Celebration of life: 11 a.m. Saturday, November 23, 2019 at Brown Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Brown Memorial Chapel.
James Andrew Cochran was born Wednesday, April 27, 1994 to Laurie Anne Potter Hagerman Cochran and Martin Drew Cochran. James was later adopted by his Dad, David Russell Mesch.
James grew up in the Fredericksburg Comfort area. He moved down to the coast 8 years ago and became a resident of Aransas Pass. James made friends where ever he went. He loved to make people smile. He always saw the best in everyone and never judged them. His love for his friends and family knew no bounds, there is nothing he wouldn’t do  for you. He will forever be missed and never be forgotten. May God hold him tight until we can hold him again. God speed my precious angel.
James was preceded in death by his great grandparents, Grover James Maltby and Margaret Evelyn Dawson. His grandparents, Andrew Newton Cochran and Lavana Gertrude Weidenfeller, Frederick Palmer Mesch, and Joyce Estelle Baron Snyder.
Survivors: James is survived by his partner of eight years, Josh Holland; parents, Laurie Anne Potter Hagerman Mesch and David Russell Mesch; eldest brother Marc Russell Mesch and wife, Laynie, and children Parker, Noah, and Harper; brother, Dylan Charles Mesch and wife, Katrina, and son Caleb; sister, Amanda Lee Mesch Whittington and husband, Ray Whittington, and son Lucas; grandparents, Jaqueline Lee Maltby Honeycutt and Matthew Honeycutt; and many friends.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Potter family... Michigan

    With all our hearts❤

  2. It funny how I just talk you and laugh with you two days ago from Nov 3. Now I lost you my dear friend, we talked about hanging out again and going to the movies everything, I just wish I couldve been there by you. Most importantly turn back the time.

  3. So sorry for your loss, James was a great guy and I hope he Rest In Peace.

    • Neal,Monica and Justus

      Love endures forever! Laughter and JOY will fill my memories of you! I am certain we will meet again…my heart breaks for the family and all of Alamo Springs staff..Being in the trenches of work and life build bonds that not even death can break…love endures forever!

  4. Mike & Cindy and the Cafe Fam

    Your Alamo Springs Cafe family will never be the same. The world seems less colorful without you in it.. You were and always will be family to us.. We accepted you as you were as you did us.. A light has gone out and everything seems a bit dimmer.. May your light shine the way to your next destination on HIGH BEAMS….

  5. Charlotte K SPEED

    You were so loved. I miss you so very much. Even though our late night chats were sad at times, I enjoyed them.
    I know how much you loved and missed Clifton, and I’m happy yall are together again for eternity.
    Love and miss you so much
    Aunt Charlotte
    P.S. Everytime I put in my Whataburger shades, I will vision you happy and pain free in heaven.

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