I hoped it was a mistake.
I hoped he would come back.
I hoped for acceptance.
I hoped for peace.
I hoped for reprieve.
I hoped it was a dream.
I hope you are in heaven.

If tears could build a stairway and memories were a lane
I'd walk right up to heaven to bring you home again
No farewell words were ever spoken; no time to say goodbye
You were gone before we knew it and only God knows why
Our hearts still ache with sadness and many tears still flow
What it meant to lose you ~~~no one will ever know


Thank  you  for visiting .  .  . Jason

                                                                                                                                 LOVE,  Alice       
                                                                                                                        i am jasonsmom4vr


Love  you  forever & ever Jason. 
Your mom I will always be.......
Nothing can take that away from me....
Hugs from here to heaven



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All of your family said:   January 30, 2018 5:30 am PST
A golden heart stopped beating; two shining eyes at rest; God broke our hearts to prove; he only takes THE BEST. Love you, J

Mary said:   July 16, 2013 6:51 am PST
I am so sorry for the loss of your dear Jason. There are no words really to describe loosing a child. My daughter, Lauren passed away unexpectedly 18 months ago at 29 years old. There is no such word as closure and you don't get over it. Your son is a part of you and always will be. Peace, Mary

Brian Merrill said:   July 1, 2012 4:01 am PST
Hey I dunno if this message will get to you or not but I just saw this site for Jason and I can't help but say something. I met Jason in an alt high school situation prior to going back to proper high school back in the day and I remember him being the only alright dude I could talk to. I guess it must be a point of contention but in reality he and I would just smoke cigarettes and swap crazy stories over breaks at that place, me with my skating stories and Jason with the latest on whats up in the motoring world haha. good times he was my outlet to normality amongst a crazy world of bullshit expectations and i think he knew that full on. It was always easy to talk to Jason as he I think he kinda read into the angst and bullshit that goes with that age and all the meaningless bullshit that goes with it. I think that its both unfair and unfortunate that Jason wasnt afforded a proper go at the world cuz i know he would've (pardon my french) fucked some shit up haha in a good way...Heres to a man worth remembering in the best of ways...My last memory of Jason was of grabbing some grub from Filibertos with our buddy Alex and I'll never forget those times ever. Jason was always there to listen to my bullshit during those times as well as being a great friend at Corona Del Sol. His Soul is in a good place now and I know he's at peace.

Megan Williams said:   September 23, 2010 2:04 pm PST
Your son's sight of death is right by my apartment. I walk by it everyday and always pause for a moment just to pay respect. I notice the new toys and gifts left at the sight. I always wanted to know who I was paying my respect to, and about the life they lead, so I did a search. I wanted to say I am very sorry for your loss, it is never easy. God bless you and your family. Your son is not forgotten, even by those who are just learning about your son.

James Robert said:   September 23, 2010 6:18 am PST
I'm very sorry for the lose of your son, Jason

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