Jacob "Lone Bear" Galvan, 41, passed away on December 23, 2020, in Baker City, Oregon.\nFrom birth, Jacob had an undeniable spark. His beautiful bright blue eyes lit up any room. His charm attracted endless friends. He had an enormous heart and would do anything for the ones he cared about. Above all, he held his children Sierra and Ethan closest to his heart.\nJacob was born on August 26th, 1979, in El Cajon, California to Anthony Galvan and Laura (Farebrother) Washee. He spent most of his life in El Cajon, later relocating to Baker City. Over the years he explored many aspirations and pursued many trades. A natural at heavy machine operating, he could drive any type of vehicle, usually spinning circles in his spare time.\nHe loved embracing his Native American heritage. Growing up he has immersed in the pow wow life with his grandparents, cousins, and sisters. Skilled at traditional beadwork, he also participated in ceremonial sweats and loved learning the songs of his ancestors. He took great pride in cooking at events with his family at Barona Reservation.\nJacob had a passion for riding his motorcycle. A proud moment was when he and his brother Dave halted traffic on their bikes for his late Grandpa Bobo's funeral procession. Hobbies he enjoyed included fishing, swimming and tubing on the river, and shooting guns in the mountains with his brother Sam and nephew Joseph. He loved going on adventures with his dog Jasper, who was his best friend and with him until the end.\nJacob is survived by his wife Kaitlan Galvan; daughter Sierra, son Ethan Danford, and daughter Anna Shelton; father Anthony Galvan; mother and stepfather Laura and Bernie Washee; stepmother Phoebe Mae; grandmother Stella Farebrother; brothers Dave Bergschneider, Samuel Galvan, Simon, and Ray Washee; sisters Melissa Galvan, Misty Young and Sierra Galvan; Over a hundred aunts, uncles, cousins, and nephews; As well as countless friends who loved him.\nHe is preceded in death by his Nana and Dandy Beauchamp; Grandparents Bobo and Arlene Galvan; Grandfather Charles Farebrother; and cousin Sarah Vance.\nA memorial is planned for spring at Ocean Beach, California. Donations can be made to a gofundme set up for his father Anthony to help with expenses for his celebration of life.