JASON HIGHET    OUR HEARTS WENT WITH YOU.......




                                  
    
                   We have lost our child, our beautiful and loving son.
                He was the world to us and now he is gone.
                We will never be the same without him.
                Please don't forget Jason. 

                We want you to know that he was here,
                That he was loved, that he was one in a million.
                   He is missed every second of every minute of every hour
                Of everyday and will be forever and ever.

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            All I can do is think of you, asking why, wondering why?
                 
Jason, protect us, help us learn how to move on, 
              and wait for us, wait until the day we meet at the gates,
 
             
grab our hands, and lead us along side of you and we will
                             be together, again, at last for always
  
                            
                                    

                                                       THE  MENTION  OF  HIS  NAME

                   The mention of Jason's name may bring tears to my eyes, but
            never fails to bring a smile to my heart and music to my ears.
            If you really care, let me hear the beautiful sound of his name.
                        It soothes my broken heart and sings to my soul.
 

                                                           
 
                                     MISS YOU BEYOND WORDS 
                           
                                     AND LOVE YOU EVEN MORE
 

                                                           REMEMBER  JASON      
  
                                                      FOREVER 18
   
                                              REMEMBER HIM WITH A SMILE TODAY,
 
                                         HE WAS NOT ONE FOR SADNESS,
                        
                                    REMEMBER INSTEAD THE MEMORIES
                     
                                                     OF ALL THE HAPPY TIMES
     
      RECALL TO MIND THE WAY HE SPOKE AND ALL THE THINGS HE SAID
                                                      
               
                 When you remember me, it means that you have carried
           something of who I am with you, that I have left some mark
          
of who I am on who you are. It means that you can call me
          
back to your mind even though years and miles stand between
          
us. It means that when we meet again one day, you will know me.
          
It means that even after I die, you can still see my face and hear
           my voice .
    
                                                                                       
                 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               HIS STRENGTHS, HIS VOICE, THE WAY HE WALKED
       
                               REMEMBER THESE INSTEAD.
                  
                         HIS EYES ALWAYS SHINED WITH LAUGHTER.
                                              
                            
                                                   SO MUCH OF HIM WILL NEVER DIE,
                                                   
                                                   BUT LIVE ON FOREVER AFTER.
  
                                                                   AS WE LOVED YOU,
                             
                                                  SO WE MISS YOU.

                                                    IN OUR MEMORY YOU ARE NEAR, LOVED,
                  
                                            REMEMBERED ALWAYS
              FOREVER  YOUNG
                             

                
MY TIME WAS SHORT, AND I LIVED LIFE FAST, BUT WHEN
                   ALL IS SAID AND DONE:  
I REALLY HAD A BLAST !!!

                           
                        
REMEMBER  JASON  .....   AND SMILE  
                            

                            
WE MISS YOU SO MUCH, JASON, BECAUSE ......
                                        THERE'S SO MUCH TO MISS
                 
    
          

               
As my life was ending, tears fell from my eyes for all my life I'd 
             always thought I didn't want to die. I had so much to live for,
             so much left to do. It seemed almost impossible that I was 
              leaving all of you.
  
       
     A Real Friend is Hard to Find,  Difficult to Leave and Impossible to Forget

                                   BUT  NOW  IT'S   TIME  I  TRAVEL  ALONE
                        
                       If you knew Jason: you know it was all about his friends,
                      motorcycles, dirt bikes, atvs, and riding; lifted trucks
                       it had to be high (really high) and it had to be loud, the
                       wheels, the rims, the size of the tires,4-wheeling, sand,
                       mud, and did I mention ALL OF HIS FRIENDS and 
                        hanging out!! ** his friends were the most important
                        and above all else ** and don't forget the hair !!


                                                                 
           

                                                                                                           
                  
  

                                                 EARLY YEARS WHEN THEY WORE GEAR
                                                                    
                                                                          RYAN ROSS MARINES
         

                 
            
         

                                                    
 
                       
        JASON MAY NOT HAVE BEEN HERE FOR A LONG TIME,
                      BUT  HE  SURE  HAD  A  GOOD  TIME
                         
                   

               Jason's life came to a crashing halt on the night of July 14th.
              Going out with his friends, he changed his mind at the last
              minute and took his bike instead of the truck. A bike is no
              match for a car and Jason was killed at the corner of Alma
              School and Summit. Jason loved all things with motors and
              wheels and always did even before he could walk.


                       

             He had been riding since before his feet could reach the
            ground. He knew how to ride and did so at every chance
            he got. No matter where or when. He could be found
            loading up the truck and going out even on the hottest
            of Arizona summer days. He loved Sycamore Creek for
            dirt-bike riding and four-wheeling in his truck. Jason
             never wanted to be alone. He always had to have a friend
             with him. We had an active garage and always a cul-de-sac
             full of boys and their trucks. 



                              

        
Should you go first and we remain, one thing we'd have you do;
         walk slowly down that long, long path for soon we'll follow you.
         We'll want to know each step you take that we may walk the same,
         for some day down that long, long road Jason you'll hear us call

                                                        your name.
 
 

JASON HIGHET of Chandler, AZ, died suddenly in a motorcycle
accident in Chandler on his way home on Sunday, July 14th. Jason
was born in Florida on Jan. 14th, l984. He has left us too early; he
was just eighteen years old at the time of his death. Jason attended
grammer school at Our Lady of Mount Carmel and graduated from
Corona del Sol High School only six weeks ago. He was employed at
the Ray Road K-Mart in the electronics department for the last two
years. Jason is survived by his devoted and loving parents, Ed & Alice,
his sister, Allison "Bobbi", and his pup, Sammi. In addition to his
parents, sister and grandparents, Jason leaves behind many loving
aunts, uncles, cousins and his many close friends.
Jason lived a full life in these short years. His zest for life compelled
him to live every moment to the fullest. Jason loved dirt bike riding,
four-wheeling in his truck, Sycamore Creek, paintball, video games,
trips to the dunes with his dad and hanging out with his friends.
He embraced life passionately and died doing what he loved the
most: riding one of his many motorcycles. We were grateful and
proud to have Jason for these 18 years. He was a loving and caring
son, brother, and friend. We will carry him in our hearts forever
and he will be greatly missed and mourned by all of us. God blessed
Jason greatly and will continue to through his eternal life.
Goodbye Jason  -  Later.   
                                                                                  
 
                     
            

                                                                                                                  


   
        
                    
                                                                   ALWAYS   MISSED 
                                             FOREVER   LOVED 
                                             SO  MANY  TEARS
                                             SO  MANY  YEARS
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