Jared Michael Fleming, 21, of Amarillo, TX died Monday, April 20, 2020 at peace in his home.
Services will be at 2:00 P.M., Monday, April 27, 2020, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel, 2800 Paramount Blvd. Burial will be in Llano East Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, Amarillo.
Jared was one hell of a man his loyalty and respect ran deep. He loved his friends and family. His little sister Brooklyn was his favorite. He got the biggest kick out of asking her if she was mad just to see her mean face lol! He had a huge heart and god help you if you crossed him. He always said these hands are rated “E” for everyone. He had a passion for breaking and working with horses, barbeques and having one hell of a good time. He knew how to stack them dimes and was one hell of a welder. He was employed at Davidson Oil Company for the previous year and a half and loved his job. He also loved the lake, that was his all-time favorite. His advice could touch anyone’s soul. He was always making sure his mother and siblings were good. Jared made a huge impact on everyone he met, and he will be greatly missed. The man had a heart of gold and the day it stopped everyone who knew him suffered a tragic loss. Gone but not forgotten.
Survivors include his mother, Erin Fleming; two sisters, Shaylee, and Brooklyn Fleming; a brother, Ryan Fleming; great-aunt, Patricia Nemoede, grandmother, Vivica Roten and husband Carl; grandmother, Dena King; grandmother, Beverly Fleming; Uncle Ricky and Aunt Jen; uncle, Chance Fleming; uncle and mentor, Michael Fleming; cousins, Justin Shepard and wife Nancy and their son Ayden, Kristin Martinez and Ray and their kids Brandon, Jordon and Neveah, Kelsey Fleming and David Clendennen and their kids James and Emery Grace, Caleb Fleming, Jacob Fleming, Josh Fleming, Ricky Fleming, and Sarah and Skyler Moore and their children Dustyn and Tynlee.
Jared was preceded in death by his father, Jory Wayne Walpole; grandfather, Ulric Clyde Fleming Jr; great-uncle, Richard Nemoede; and his late dog and best friend Co-Co.
The family has requested that memorials be sent to Boxwell Brothers at 2800 Paramount and his favorite colors were Red and Yellow.