Jerimiah Daniel ‘JD’ Paiz

of Twin Falls, idaho
Born: March 3, 1988 in Twin Falls, Idaho
Died: October 6, 2012 in Twin Falls, Idaho
Age: 24 years old
Twin Falls, Idaho - JD, loving son, brother, uncle and friend was tragically taken from this world Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012, at the young age of 24.
He was born in Twin Falls, Idaho, on March 3, 1988, to Rosalinda and Daniel Paiz. As a young child, he enjoyed playing sports and was the shadow to his older sisters. JD was on a freight train trying to make his millions before his 25th birthday. He lived life in the fast lane with never a dull moment. He stayed busy working at the family-owned restaurant, El Sombrero in Jerome, Idaho, and helping his parents with all of their many catering events.
JD was surrounded by his many friends and enjoyed cheering on his favorite football team, the Dallas Cowboys. He was the life of every party and he loved to dance. JD was a one-of-a-kind person who can never be replaced. He had a contagious smile that could light up any room and a laugh that could carry for miles. He will be greatly missed by many, especially his one and only baby nephew, Jesse.
Jerimiah Daniel is survived by his parents, Daniel and Rosalinda Paiz; older sisters, Chrisie Paiz and Erica Linda Hernandez; and nephew, Jesse Hernandez. He is also survived by his grandmothers, grandfather, uncles, aunts and many cousins. He is preceded in death by his uncle, Jesse Hernandez.
The viewing will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. with rosary to follow at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12, at Rosenau Funeral Home in Twin Falls. The service has been changed to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, at St. Jerome’s Catholic Church in Jerome, Idaho. The burial will be at Sunset Memorial Park in Twin Falls, with a reception to celebrate JD’s life at the 360 Main Event Center. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made at any Wells Fargo branch to the JD Paiz Memorial Fund.
The Paiz family would like to thank the many family, friends and community members that have helped during this truly difficult time. The overwhelming support has been a light of hope that shows how many lives JD touched and that his memory will live on.

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Gary L. Schepers said on Thursday, Feb 20 at 2:19 PM

My prayers are with the family

Mito Alonzo said on Wednesday, Oct 17 at 3:17 PM

Rosa and Danny. I am so sorry about your loss. Que Dios los Vendiga! Su Amigo, Mito Alonzo

Mike Heath said on Thursday, Oct 11 at 10:49 PM

Sorry about your loss. Love Mike & Karen Heath

Kim Clezie said on Thursday, Oct 11 at 8:09 AM

JD will be missed. He had a very contagious smile. My heart goes out to the family. R.I.P. JD

Jim and Chris, Tidwell Painting said on Wednesday, Oct 10 at 8:38 PM

So sorry to hear of JD's passing. The many times that we ate in the resteraunt he was there serving, always happy and very outgoing. A very nice young man. Our condolences to the entire family, he will be missed

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