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With a heavy heart, the friends and family of Rajaie “Jay” Sayegh are making the notification of his tragic passing. Jay was raised in Southern California and knew early in his life that he wanted to be a Police Officer. After graduating in 2004 from the San Bernardino Police Academy, he started his 16 years of service with the Fontana Police Department.  He met his wife Alexis and started a family.  Jay medically retired but his service to the community of Fontana never went unnoticed. He began the new chapter of being at home raising his daughters.

Jay leaves behind a family of loved ones, primarily his three young daughters.  He spent his time with them as an involved father and hero.  He loved their mother, and she was looking forward to a long future ahead of them.  His girls ages 2, 4, and 5 have not only lost their father but the primary provider for their family.

This fund will ensure Jay’s children can bridge the gap, as their mother navigates the loss of their father, her husband and greatest supporter.  They will be faced with incredible changes and hurdles at such a young age. 

If you are able to support the Sayegh Family, any small amount is greatly appreciated. 100% of your donation will go directly to Lexi and her girls. Thank you for all your thoughts, prayers, and support for this family during this unimaginable time.


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July 22nd, 2021 Fontana, CA
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$22,630 of $25,000

90%

90.52% Complete (success)
Organizer Info
July 22nd, 2021 Fontana, CA
Luis
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Cause Details

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With a heavy heart, the friends and family of Rajaie “Jay” Sayegh are making the notification of his tragic passing....

With a heavy heart, the friends and family of Rajaie “Jay” Sayegh are making the notification of his tragic passing. Jay was raised in Southern California and knew early in his life that he wanted to be a Police Officer. After graduating in 2004 from the San Bernardino Police Academy, he started his 16 years of service with the Fontana Police Department.  He met his wife Alexis and started a family.  Jay medically retired but his service to the community of Fontana never went unnoticed. He began the new chapter of being at home raising his daughters.

Jay leaves behind a family of loved ones, primarily his three young daughters.  He spent his time with them as an involved father and hero.  He loved their mother, and she was looking forward to a long future ahead of them.  His girls ages 2, 4, and 5 have not only lost their father but the primary provider for their family.

This fund will ensure Jay’s children can bridge the gap, as their mother navigates the loss of their father, her husband and greatest supporter.  They will be faced with incredible changes and hurdles at such a young age. 

If you are able to support the Sayegh Family, any small amount is greatly appreciated. 100% of your donation will go directly to Lexi and her girls. Thank you for all your thoughts, prayers, and support for this family during this unimaginable time.

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Maha Nassar
Rest In Peace and my his memory be eternal
Jennifer Kiluk
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and the girls. The Kiluk Family
Anonymous
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Juan Garcia
Prayers and condolences for your friends and family. Rest in peace Officer Sayegh.
Holland Nichols
Alexis, I send my love and offer support to you and the girls. I am always here. As grief comes and goes know, and remember, that when the waves hit you hard that your are never alone. Share what has made you happy, share what hurts. You are a strong, beautiful human. Let love lead you through this. With love and support, Holland.
Cassandra Shigo
You and the girls continue to be in our prayers.
Linda Sanderson
My prayers to Alexis and the girls.
Ed Scott
Jay we will miss your humor and goodness!!!!
Michael Tahan
My deepest condolences and prayers to his family and daughters. Jay was a caring individual, family man and a gentleman . 🙏
Mark Nguyen
Thank you for the many years of service to our community.
Sabrina Sayegh
I’m so sorry for your loss. May Jay’s memory be eternal. Love you guys❤️
Bill & Lisette Shepard
So sorry for your loss Alexis sending you and your precious girls lots of love and prayers. 🙏🏻❤️
Sarah Sayegh
Sending my love and prayers for God's strength over Lexi and the girls during this difficult time. 🙏💔❤
Jim Kliegl
The least I can due in this time of unimaginable loss. Prayers and positive thoughts to the family. 🙏
Anonymous
Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.
Bashir Eramya
You will always have a special place in my heart. We pray for your family during this difficult time. May you Rest in Paradise. God Bless.
Robin Keller
May God Bkess you and your family with His comfort and peace in this most difficult journey 🙏🏼
Farris Eramya
We are going to miss you bro. Love you! -Eramya Family
Marc and Maram Cheeley
We offer our sincerest condolences to the family and we pray for strength, healing and a sense of peace during this difficult time. May he Rest In Peace and may he find comfort in the arms of our Lord and Savior, Jesus 🙏🏻✝️💔😞
Fontana Police Benefit Association
The non-sworn members of FPD offer their condolences to your family.
OSAMA FAKHOURI
You will be missed Jay. May God watch over your family. I hope your in heaven Barbecuing like what you loved to do!
Marcia McCrea
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your beautiful little angels. ❤
Wilburn Coleman
Lost a school mate of my daughter!
Ralph Woodworth
I love God, Law Enforcement, Fathers and Families. God Bless
Cyndi Becker
Sending blessings of love and strength to your family
Adrianna Manning
God bless you and your family.
Anonymous
Praying for everyone
Kylie Lee
Thinking of you and your girls, Lexi
Michelle Thronson
My sincere condolences. Praying for the family as they deal with this heartbreaking loss of their loved one. May the peace of God be with you all.
Cheryl Hebert
Praying for your family 🙏🏼

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