Jacob Sabine Obituary, Death – On November 7th, Jacob Sabine was born in Atlanta, Texas. On Sunday, he was taken from us far too soon, dying at the age of 21. His death came far too soon. He grew up and had the most fun in Sabine Parish, where he spent his entire childhood. The opportunity to get to know Jacob was a tremendous blessing. His grin was contagious from the time he was a young boy until he became an adult, and he was one of the most courteous, kind, and unselfish young men who loved unconditionally. His smile lit up the entire room, no matter how many people were present.

He could instantly strike up a conversation with anyone he encountered and become acquainted with them. Jacob began his religious education at the Pendleton Assembly of God, where he eventually became a member of The Royal Rangers program, which he participated in for about a decade. He loved the outdoors, especially fishing, and would spend the entire evening with his family huddled around a campfire. A truly outstanding young man has left our planet.

Jacob was expected to be sworn in as a member of the United States Coast Guard on Wednesday, December 2, 2020, and begin his career safeguarding other people’s lives. His entire life’s work has been devoted to assisting others. His mother, Jeanie Pendleton of Houston, Texas; his father, Joel Lance Sabine of Florien; his grandmother, Mary Smith Sabine of Many; his “Special” Aunt, Nelle of Lafayette; two very special cousins, Katelyn Anderson and Madelyn Russell, whom he considered his bonus sisters; his uncle, Huey Sabine Jr.; his aunt, Crystal Sabine Sepulvado; and his great uncles, Bob Hunnall and Jack Huey C. Sabine, his maternal grandpa, and Clovis Sabine, his grandmother, died before he was born.