Jacob was born in Salem, Oregon to Shane Oliver and Lisa Duncan. Jacob was known to many by various nicknames, such as; Jakie, Jake, “Big Jake”, but to his Momma he was always Jacob.
He relocated to Spartanburg, South Carolina in 2010, where he attended school and graduated from Woodruff High School. He ultimately decided to move back to the Northwest in 2015 where he resided at the time of his death.
Jacob was a loud and proud member of the Salem Chapter of the Gypsy Jokers, he was loyal to his brothers, the club and loved his Harley. He loved the outdoors and took every opportunity to spend time in the mountains.
Jacob is survived by his father Shane Oliver, his mother Lisa Duncan and step-father Dwayne Duncan; his Grandparents Mike and Sharon Kitchen and proud big brother, Noah Oliver. And lastly his two beautiful nieces that would light up Jacob’s face, Gracyn Duncan and Audrey Duncan.
Jacob’s celebration of life will be held on Saturday, October 22nd at 1pm at Keizer Community Church. 380 Churchdale Avenue N. Keizer, OR 97303. Officiated by Pastor Don Stephens.
Any donations can be made through “Give, Send, Go” Jacob Oliver memorial fund.
Date: Saturday, October 22, 2022
Time: 01:00 pm
Keizer Community Church
Prayers to your family ❤️
I only met Jake when I started working with axis security he did always have a smile on and he was a great guy I would loved to known him better outside of work. but he was always a happy guy and he will definitely be missed
I love you baby boy….no matter how old you were, you were always my baby. You lived a full life, on your own terms regardless of what others thought. You passed away the only way you’d want to go….that breaks your Mama’s heart. Until we meet again my precious son.
You will live on in our hearts forever ♥️ Until we meet again sweet, sweet nephew!
Sending heartfelt condolences and prayers for Jacob’s family. We are so very sorry for your loss.
Jake & me went to Mcnary high school he was a good friend of mine we tried to stay in contact after highschool he always knew how to put a smile on anybody’s face he would light up a too With laughter and smiles when coming into it. You will be missed Jake. I remember in class at Mcnary we would be joking and talking loud in class we’d always get in trouble I’ll forever remember our memories.
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The Craz Family posted on 10/23/22
My heart, thoughts and prayers go to his Family, Friends and his GJ Brother's. He was so young 2 be taken from the ones he loved at only 25. He will 4 ever live on threw the ones who loved him. Again I'm so sorry 4 your loss. R.I.P. Jacob, you may be gone but never forgotten. ⚡⚡🖤The "Craz" Family🤍⚡⚡