Jacob Daniel Edward Kopp was loved by nearly everyone he met. He viewed the world through a unique and comical lense, and he was sure to share this view with the people he knew. If nothing else, you knew that if Jacob was around, you would be laughing. Really hard.
Jacob was highly intelligent. He loved to read, and devoured books that ranged from fantasy to philosophy. He would talk for hours about the books he read, and loved to share his insights. He was deeply spiritual, and enjoyed learning about different faiths. Jacob also loved music and going to concerts. He was a talented bass player, and was a part of several bands throughout his life. His creativity was boundless, and it was reflected in his writing.
Jacob was witty, compassionate, and kind. He was resilient and a free spirit, and he didn’t let the many difficulties he faced turn him into a hardened person. Regardless of what happened, he always had the biggest heart. Jacob cared up until his last moments, and the world will not be the same without him.
Jacob is survived by his father, Jeffrey Eugene Kopp, his mother, Vicky Lynn Finney, and his siblings: Audrey Beth Rankin, Arthur Julius Kopp, James Christian Kopp, Phillip George Kopp, and Maryann Alexandra Kopp. He is also survived by nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, and countless friends.
We are all deeply saddened and devastated by his untimely passing, and feel a void that only he filled.
“Buy the ticket, take the ride.” We love you, Jacob.
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