Roll of Honor

Jacob T. Harrell

Jacob T. Harrell

  • Pilot
  • Arkansas Forestry Commission
  • Arkansas
  • Age: 33
  • Year of Death: 2014

Jacob Thomas Harrell, of North Little Rock, Arkansas, was born on November 25, 1980, to Rick and Pam Harrell. He was a graduate of Sylvan Hills High School and Henderson University. Jake served in the 188th Air National Guard out of Fort Smith, Arkansas for 14 years as a crew chief, serving three tours in Operation Freedom. He was a police officer in North Little Rock. He was a licensed commercial pilot with multiple ratings and flew fire detection for the Arkansas Forestry Commission.

Jake was a lifelong member of First Assembly North Little Rock, where he served God and people faithfully, including the Deaf Community of Central Arkansas.

In addition to his parents, Jake is survived by his wife, Rev. Jaime Fish Harrell; a son, Brayden
Harrell; his sister, Rev. Ashley Duff, and her husband, Rev. Ben Duff; grandmothers, Doris
Wingo and Ola Mae Harrell; parents-in-law, Gary and Penny Fish; brother-in-law, Matthew Fish, and wife, Tiffany; nieces, Samantha and Alex; nephew, Lukas; and extended family members and friends.

Jake was a gentle, caring husband and father with a servant’s heart and a desire to serve others. He is remembered as someone who cared deeply about his family, his church, and his community.

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