We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Fort Worth
Jaxen Lee Halicke passed away on August 23, 2021 at the very young age of 25. He was born on April 26, 1996 and grew up in Allen, Texas. Jaxen ran Cross Country in high school, placing top 3 on the JV Team. After graduating from Allen High School in 2014, he joined the Army National Guard as a Cavalry Scout. In 2018 he completed a successful tour in Egypt. Jaxen found his passion when he started as the Asset Protection Manager for Walmart, where he had made a name for himself throughout the entire company. He was put on the APASM High Performing Council for his market, which would one day help him towards running his own market one day.
Jaxen spent his spare time playing and screaming at his computer games with his best friend Logan. His car was his passion project and loved upgrading it to be louder and faster. He was first and foremost an amazing husband, a supportive brother, loving son, caring friend to everyone he met, and kind coworker. He had a big and bright personality and was able to light up the room without even trying. Jax could fix any situation with a joke or prank. He was incredibly smart, super funny and could make anyone laugh. And could also finish an entire box of Hostess Cupcakes by himself.
Jaxen is survived by his wife Chesleigh Marie Halicke; mother Karen Allen-Halicke and Mike Asseff; his father Steve Halicke; sisters Audrey Halicke and Ellie Bustos; and his pups Maisy, Milo, and Tucker AKA the Kids
Jaxen's Memorial will be at the Embassy Hotel on North Central Expressway on Saturday August 28th from 11am-4pm. The family will be speaking from 11-12 and the rest of the time is come and go. There will be refreshments that include Jaxen's favorite drinks and candy for everyone.
In lieu of flowers, we ask that you consider making a donation to the Facebook fundraiser in Jaxen's memory that goes to the Suicide and Crisis Center of North Texas or to the Go Fund Me that supports his wife Chesleigh through these difficult times.
We were so blessed to have Jaxen in our lives for 25 years. Even though we wanted more, the time we did share will never be taken for granted. He was known for always saying "I'm on it" or "livin' the dream" anytime someone asked how he was doing.
Jaxen, I will forever love you - Chesleigh