Celebration of Life ServiceOld Main Icehouse
Cibolo, Texas 78108
Jeremy Ross Dallas, 30 years of age, went to be with the Lord on Friday, June 19, 2020.
He was born in Alexandria, Louisiana, on December 9, 1989 to Kelly Skeens and Todd Dallas. He was a 2008 graduate of Byron P. Steele II High School where he played varsity soccer; upon graduation he went on to serve in the United States Air Force. Jeremy truly lived life to the fullest through simple pleasures; hunting, fishing, weight lifting, running and he especially enjoyed time spent swimming and playing hockey with his son and best friend, Rhett. Sports were a vital part of his life. From watching sports to playing sports Jeremy was as competitive as anyone you would ever meet. Family get togethers were always a sporting event to Jeremy, from playing cards, to pool volleyball games, he was in it to win it every time . He enjoyed playing and celebrating hockey goals scored against his younger brother as well as his son Rhett, everyone was the competition when it came to playing sports. He was an avid Cowboy’s fan, and a fiercely competitive fantasy football player. Jeremy loved participating in intramural softball with his family and through sports made numerous friends that soon became as close to him as his own family. Jeremy had the gift of spreading laughter to everyone around him, and was loved deeply by his family and friends.
Jeremy was survived by his son, Rhett Dallas; his parents, Kelly Skeens, Michael Skeens, and Todd Dallas; his siblings, Dustin Skeens, Nacole Skeens, Cody and Chelsea Dallas, Cameron Skeens, Hunter Dallas, and Katie Dallas; two nephews, Bronson and Cohen Dallas; one niece, Ryleigh Skeens; his maternal grandparents, John and JoAnne Beard; his paternal grandparents, Danny Dallas, Mary Shope, Cheryl Izzard, Cool Grandma Michele Tomczak and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.
He is joining his grandparents, Clara Dallas, Jim Yates, and Jerry Izzard in Heaven.
A celebration of life will take place at Old Main Ice House at 4:30pm on Thursday, June 25th. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to his son Rhett’s trust fund in honor of Jeremy.