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Jacob Davis Holcomb, age 33

Jacob Davis Holcomb was born in Gulfport, Mississippi, on July 26, 1988. He passed away at his home in Monroe, LA on Thursday December 9th, 2021.

Jacob’s battle with drugs started at a very young age beginning with marijuana. As the years progressed his habits became more and more addicting. Eventually turning to harder and more serious drugs. Jacob spent his life searching for that high. He battled many demons in his life and drugs was one that he could not overcome and win. His mother Lisa Cox devoted her life to fight the battle and help him overcome his addiction. “Heroin told him, ‘I can make you feel accepted, I can make you feel alright, I can make you feel worthy, I can make you feel normal, I make you feel loved and I can make you feel nothing and make you feel like everything will be okay.’ What it didn’t tell him was how it would devastate his family and tear it apart, take his job and leave him penniless, take his home and make him homeless. How it would take his sparkle and smile, how it would take his humor and how it would take and take and take until it took his life.”

To know Jacob was to love him. He was a very outgoing and likable guy. He never met a stranger. His famous words were let me get that lil cuz. He had a huge heart and was always willing to help anyway he could. He loved watching his Mississippi State Bulldogs and the Saints. He was known for his constant movie quotes such as “Mom the meatloaf now.” His biggest accomplishments were his children. Landon Charles Holcomb, Evie Mae Holcomb, and soon to be Finn Richard Holcomb.

He is proceeded in death by his grandparents Fred and Blanche Holcomb, brothers Jeremy Richard Allred, Jason Charles Holcomb, Aunt Gayle Bourdin and very special uncle TT Thomas Lance Terry.

He is survived by his Children, his Fiancé Allie Davis, Father Kenneth “Kenny G” (Tonya) Holcomb, Sisters Lindsay Featherston, Nikki (Kevin) Helm, Jessica Jeffcoat, Nikki Holcomb, Grandparents Richard and Linda Allred, Nieces Lilly and Lucy Featherston, Layla Helm, Nephews Mason Featherston and Liam Helm, Brother in Law Marshall Featherston, Aunts Stephanie (Hugo) Sanchez, Wendy Bourdin, Martha Batson, The rest of his Mississippi family, Cousins Kaylin Fikes, Noah Terry, Joesph Tankersley, Matthew Terry, Long time best friends John Crow and Nick Carnathan, His precious dog Stella, and the person who meant more to him than anything his precious Mom who he loved more than the trees, more than the water, more than stars, and more than the sky. You will always be her sweet baby boy.

Our family wants to thank everyone for the prayers, messages, and calls. Our families pray is for Jacob’s story to live on and hope it saves a life. If anyone is struggling with addiction there is still hope and it is not too late to ask for help.

Arrangements are under the trusted direction of A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas, 72076. 501-982-3400. Online guestbook is available at



  • Montie. Shults Posted December 14, 2021 12:59 PM

    So sorry for the loss. I am sharing his obituary, maybe someone will read it and change their life. Prayers and much love.

  • Paulette Johnson Posted December 14, 2021 1:19 PM

    Thinking of you Lisa and family with love and prayers.

  • June White Posted December 14, 2021 4:33 PM

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Addiction is a terrible thing. It’s not only hard for the person going through it but also for all the people that love that person. Jacob’s story might help someone. Thank you for sharing his story. My prayers go out for all the loved ones and family members of Jacob.

  • Jackie Stone Posted December 14, 2021 6:50 PM

    Lisa Prayers continued for you and the rest of the family. I can’t say I know how you feel because I can’t Hopefully people that read the obituary will help them in someway

  • Tiffany Wyse Posted December 14, 2021 8:19 PM

    My prayers go out to the babies, family, and his fiancée Allie Davis.

  • Jules Fratesi Schweiger and Family Posted December 14, 2021 9:18 PM

    Words cannot begin to describe how sorry we are that Jacob lost this battle. He will never have to fight this again. He’s having a good time with his brother Jeremy and Uncle TT! I’m praying that Jesus wraps his loving arms around all of you family members and that you find comfort in knowing that this struggle is over and that he is finally at peace. We love you guys dearly and cannot begin to imagine what you’re going through.

  • Linda Smith Posted December 14, 2021 10:06 PM

    What an amazing obituary to read. So powerful and so giving of the family to be so honest and forthcoming. Jacob’s life had a purpose and the God I know and love is so full of mercy and love that He WILL change people’s lives because of Jacob. And to Lisa, Jacob’s mom, may God’s peace engulf you, calm you and heal your broken heart. Much love sent to you all.

  • Mindi Barber Posted December 15, 2021 9:04 AM

    So very sorry for your loss. I worked with Jacob as his dispatcher with waste management and he was definitely a character with an awesome personality who will be missed. Prayers for the family.

  • Leah Posted December 15, 2021 9:18 PM

    Beautiful obituary. His story will help someone. Jacob had a big heart & great sense of humor. You guys will see each other again one day. Prayers for Lisa, his sisters and kids!!! <3

  • Lisa Singleton Posted December 16, 2021 7:04 AM

    Hello Lisa – my name is also Lisa & Sabrina Thompson is like a second daughter to me & my husband…. Any way – we too lost our son Elliott on December 9, 2016 from heroin. As well as my brother 3 months prior to Fentanyl. I am so sincerely sorry for the loss of your son. My heart hurts for you and I know your pain. I just wanted you to know you’re not alone and I pray for your eventual peace…. Much Love & Understanding from North Carolina..

  • Ronnie & Janice Greer Posted December 16, 2021 9:56 PM

    We’re so very sorry for your loss. Prayers for you all

  • Linda Counts Posted June 14, 2022 7:59 PM

    Thank you for sharing the honest truth of life’s struggles Jacob had. I hope this will help someone else realize they have time to change. May God comfort you!

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