It is with great sadness, an emerging footballer and a member of North Bay Bulldogs, Alexander Jessup of North Bay, Ontario passed away at the age of 19 on Monday, November 28, 2022. Jessup’s death news was confirmed by one of his team members, Jennifer Hamilton McCharles on his official Facebook account.
Keep reading the article to learn more about this young folk, including who he was, how he died, the cause of his death, tributes, and a lot more things you should check out!
Who Was Alexander Jessup?
Alexander Jessup was in his prime nowadays, the love of athleticism he had, was a clear sign that Alex was a natural athlete with a bright future. Whether it was track, Football, or any other sport, he was unstoppable in every department. He was born to his parents, Matt and Paulette Jessup.
He stayed in Ontario, Canada, and attended St. Joseph-Scollard Hall Secondary School for his education. He was a member of the North Bay Bulldogs football team and also a Ski Lift Operator at Laurentian Ski Hill. On his initial day, he also worked at Clean Water Solutions Inc. and loves fishing.
How did Alexander Jessup Die? Cause of His Death
One of North Bay Bulldogs’ footballers, Alexander Jessup, tragically died on Monday, November 28, 2022. The actual cause of his unexpected death is unknown at this time. His sudden passing news left everyone devastated.
Jennifer Hamilton McCharles, a member of his football team, posted a picture of Alexander Jessup in his remembrance.
My heart is broken for all those who played football with him… he left a profound impact on and off the field. Alex had a true love for the sport and we always remember his huge smile when he walked across the turf at Omischl and Cundari fields….he is always in my prayers and we have a lifetime connection…”
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As of now, there is no such information available regarding his funeral ceremony. We’ll keep you updated as new detail comes in.
Tributes for Alexander Jessup
Jennifer Hamilton McCharles: “The North Bay Bulldogs football family is devastated today…my heart goes to all the players who are grieving. Alexander was one of the top players on and off the field. He was also a great fisherman”.
Lisa Cirrullo: “So very heartbreaking surrounding all his family and friends with healing light and prayers. Rest in paradise Alex”.
Ben Gaudreau: “You’ll be missed brother rest in peace and rest easy”.
Dayna Cutter: “Our family is in shock. Greg had the privilege of coaching him, and Logan had the honor of playing close beside him for many years. RIP Alex “.
Alexander Jessup’s coach, Stephen Hamilton tears out on his sudden gone saying, “Jenn please pass on my condolences to Will. Alex was one of my favorite kids I ever got to coach…”May the footprints we leave be greater than the impressions that we follow”. Alex lived life with the biggest heart and will be missed by many”.
Christa Langley Morgan: “Amazing kid! Amazing family! The Bulldogs family lost a brother, a son a friend to all.”
We are also offering Alex and his family our deepest and most sincere condolences and may his soul rest in peace. Keep connected with us for more such articles and don’t forget to drop your feedback in the comment section.