Jesse Aluiso

Jesse M Aluiso

Monday, October 27th, 1975 - Tuesday, May 12th, 2020
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Jesse M. Aluiso, 44, was born on October 27, 1975 in Freeport, Texas to Jesse
Aluiso Sr. and Azusena Hernandez. He was called home on May 12, 2020
Surrounded by his wife and family.
Jesse graduated from Samuel Clemens High School in Schertz, Texas where he
Played baseball and football. After graduation, he moved back to Freeport to
Work at the Port of Freeport where he spent 24 years working alongside family
And friends as a longshoreman, foreman, and crane operator. He was also a
Member of the International Longshoreman Association Local 30.
Jesse married Jamie Aluiso on February 20, 2020 in Clute, Texas and they made
Their home in Lake Jackson, Texas. Jesse was a loving husband, son, brother,
Uncle, father, and friend. He was kind and welcoming to every person he
Encountered and never met a stranger. He enjoyed fishing and watching his
Favorite sports teams, the Houston Astros, Texans, and San Antonio Spurs.
Jesse was kindhearted and was quick to lend a hand to those in need. He was an
Avid storyteller and will be remembered for his notorious wit that made everyone
Laugh until they cried, He was the life of the party everywhere he went, and he
Always wanted everyone around him to have fun. He was truly one of a kind and
Will be missed dearly by those who knew and loved him.
Jesse is survived by his wife Jamie Aluiso; mother, Azusena Hernandez and
Stepfather, Jose; sister, Michelle Aluiso; sister, Krystle Hernandez; son Jesse
Aluiso; niece, Marisa; nephews, Adrian and Curtis; along with numerous family
Members and friends.
He is preceded in death by his father, Jesse Aluiso Sr., and his maternal and
Paternal grandparents.
Due to COVID-19, all services will be private. Please contact the family for any
Pallbearers include Adrian Aluiso, Santos Aluiso, Alex Garcia, Darick Mendoza,
John Mendoza, and Paul Sauzo.
Flowers may be sent to the Palms Funeral Home in Angleton, or a donation can be
Made to St. Jerome’s Church in Jesse’s name.
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Jamie Aluiso

Posted at 10:26pm
My love!! Jesse, you are my heart, my rock, my hero, my everything and I'm so proud of you for the fight you gave this battle. Of course, I wish it would have had a different outcome, but I know you are free of pain and you are able to be comfortable!! I love you babe, and just like I told you all these years, I will always be by your side no matter what. Watch over us down here. Love your wife!! ❤

Amanda Thomson

Posted at 06:58pm
I am so sorry for your loss. Jesse was always so much fun to be around and so caring towards his family. He always treated Krystle’s friends like we were his little sisters, too. All my love and strength to his family.

Joey Mendoza

Posted at 10:11am
I am extremely sad and sorry for your loss. Jesse was very special to me. He was a amazing person and best cousin. I love Jesse and I love you all.
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yzabella senquiz

Posted at 07:15am
Thank you for always showing my daughter unconditional love she truly did love you and was more than happy to see you when you and jamie came to pick her up, i know she’s going to be confused when her jesse isn’t there to pick her up anymore, play with her, or have a little dance party with, but i’ll be sure to keep your memories you shared with her living on forever. may you rest easy and watch over those who love you. you are forever in our hearts, no more pain or suffering you’re living free watching all the astro’s games and texans games front row!! may you find peach up there, love yzabella, fred, and alina.

Jamie Aluiso Posted at 02:21pm

He sure did love her and was always ready to go see her. Some of our trips up there all he did was play with her.❤❤❤

Hector Gongora

Posted at 08:45pm
Rest easy my friend . Going to miss the adventures and telling the story’s about them to everyone and anyone that would listen too us lol about them lol . Until we meet again . Miss you brother

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