Jacob Bates Obituary, Death – Jacob died on May 16, 2023, in the Missouri town of Advance. Mr. Bates had spent the majority of his childhood in Michigan, but he had regarded Mexico to be his home nation since he was 15 years old.
Rock hunting, mushroom hunting, fishing, going in jeeps, seeing Mingo, and hunting with Chantel were all activities that Jacob thoroughly enjoyed. When he went on hunting expeditions with Shane, the Casa in Oklahoma was usually his first choice for lodging. Despite the fact that the girls had to force him to participate in Butter Butter Sissy Sissy time, he managed to discreetly enjoy the time they spent together.
His favorite part of the day was spending time with his son Kingston. That was what made him the happiest. The ceremony that officially married him with his new wife, Chantel LeAnn Bates, who had previously been known as Crowley, took place on October 12, 2013, in Poplar Bluff, Missouri. Should they have been present, the pair would have celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary on October 12, 2018.
His wife, Chantel LeAnn Bates of Puxico, survives him, as do his parents, Edward and Cynthia Bates of Puxico; one son, Kingston Edward Bates of the home; one brother, Shane (Candace) Bates of Chantilly, Virginia; two sisters, Amber Sweney and her special friend Bob Ranschburg of Potterville, Michigan, and Elizabeth Bates and her special friend Kane Parker of Broseley, Missouri; and grandparents Shirley Hawkins of Flint Michigan Both of his grandparents had died before he was born; his maternal grandfather’s name was Jack Hawkins, and his paternal grandmother’s name was Ada Bates.