Jacob Raymer was a street racer, car enthusiast, and father who lived for speed, adrenaline, and fun. He competed in various racing events, such as Team Meatball Racing, Individuals Car Club, and Johnson and Johnson Motorsports. He also loved lowriding, customizing, and showing off his cars, such as his GMC Terrain and his Cadillac Fleetwood. He was a devoted father to his two children, Lyndsay and Nicholas, and a loyal son, brother, and friend to many. However, in 2022, Jacob Raymer passed away at the age of 22, after suffering from seizures. His death shocked and saddened his fans, family, and friends, who remembered him as a kind, generous, and adventurous person.
## How Jacob Raymer Developed and Suffered from Seizures
Jacob Raymer had a long history of seizures, which started when he was a child. He was diagnosed with epilepsy, a neurological disorder that causes recurrent and unprovoked seizures. Seizures are sudden and abnormal bursts of electrical activity in the brain, which can affect one's behavior, movements, sensations, and consciousness. Seizures can have various causes, such as genetic factors, brain injuries, infections, tumors, or strokes. Seizures can also have various triggers, such as stress, lack of sleep, alcohol, drugs, or flashing lights.
Jacob Raymer took medication to control his seizures, but they were not always effective. He also tried to avoid the triggers and live a normal life, but he sometimes experienced seizures unexpectedly and unpredictably. He had several seizures while driving, which put him and others at risk. He also had seizures while sleeping, which could cause him to stop breathing or choke. He often woke up confused, disoriented, and sore from the seizures.
## How Jacob Raymer Passed Away and Was Remembered
Jacob Raymer passed away on September 18, 2022, two days after his 22nd birthday. He was found deceased in his home by his parents, William and Alicia Raymer, who had gone to check on him. According to the coroner's report, he died of natural causes related to his seizures. He was cremated and his ashes were scattered in his favorite places, such as the Grand Canyon and Sedona. He also left behind his two children, Lyndsay and Nicholas, his grandmother, Debbie Marvel, his sister, Haylee Goodman, and countless friends, fans, and extended family.
Jacob Raymer's death was announced on his official website and social media accounts, where many people paid tribute and condolences to him. His obituary was published in several newspapers, such as the Bangor Daily News[^1^] and the Verde Independent. His legacy lives on through his cars, videos, and website, where he shared his passion and skills with racing and lowriding. He also inspired many people to pursue their hobbies, help others, and enjoy life. As he wrote in one of his posts:
> Life is too short to worry about the small things. Live each day as if it were your last, because one day it will be. Be happy, be healthy, be fast, and be yourself. You are awesome, you are amazing, and you are loved.