4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Sunday, September 22, 2019
Keri Memorial Funeral Home
125 Main Street
Lincoln Park, New Jersey, United States
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Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Carolyn Mom posted a condolence
Saturday, September 14, 2019Quotes from people about Jason: Jason made me know myself better with his sense of humor. Especially was his saying ALRIGHT and waking me up to how often i said that. His sense of humor at the hospital setting off alarms to get the nurses to come running. He just taught us all to have a sense of humor and know ourselves better. Grandpa Poppie Jason was honest to a fault because he would tell u exactly what he was thinking. Bruce Caregiver Jason was the best brother I could have asked for, he always knew how to make me laugh. He always flirted with girls that walked by him, and he was special in every way imaginable. He knew how to love and what love was, and he made sure his family and friends knew it as well. He would tease you and play with you whenever you were around him. He always had a smile on his face, no matter what kind of situation he was in. He was and always will be loved and missed greatly. Brother Patrick I will always miss Jason's sense of humor and devilish laughter. Always a child but with the wisdom and strength to give the gift of love and laughter to all who knew him and in so doing, transcend his physical pain. Uncle Jeff "Jason loved school. He loved the social aspect of it he loves all the different teachers. He loved working on the work floor was crazy about art and music. He liked working on the work floor to make paycheck. Going out to the community. And you know he loved going on field trips" Jasons teacher Kathy He gave the best hugs and when he said he loved you...he really meant it. Jason was a sweet, loving young man. He saw the world through the eyes of a child. He loved being with family, the holidays, Walt Disney World, singing, laughing, scary movies, watching WDW rides and attractions on the computer and animated movies. He had a sense of humor that was hilarious and innocent at the same time. Everybody who had the privilege of being in his company benefited from his sense of humor and his contagious laughter. His smile would light up a room. His hugs were tight and sincere. He had a tremendous capacity to love and be loved. Dad I think “enthusiastically mischievous” describes Jason’s personality. Uncle Stephen “Jason was charming, but shy and liked to socialize/flirt with girls like any young man his age." Uncle Jon “Intuitive, kind, contagious smile and laugh. Courageous” Betsy Jason was sweet, gentle, kind, funny & witty! He would say the opposite of what you expected to hear from him & then wait for your reaction and then giggle that he "Gotcha"!!! He was tolerant, patient & devoted to his family & friends. Jason was affectionate, caring, had an impishly cute smile & laugh. He was creative & always gave his pieces of artwork to the ones he loved...he was selfless! Jason was interested in art, music, singing, dancing & movies. Carol Jason was a beautiful person who gave to everyone he met with his presence. His depth of compassion reached many. Who he was touched us all. The years that he was here on earth was truly remarkable. What ever he dealt with physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually on a day to day basis was done in a profound and masterful way. I thank God for Jason. He taught everyone and gave everyone a gift with his being. There were times when he spiritually knew what was was going on in his environment like his Grandmother Bobbie visiting from heaven . Jason was more conscious and more alive in the the short number of years he was here. He lived life fully and yes he was a rarity for living the longest with the condition he had. His suffering was not in vain and did not go unnoticed. He was a gift. And he will be missed. He showed us all how to live and love and be ... In the time span he was here he lived a truly full life. Amen Thank you Jason I know without a doubt there is a place in heaven for you and that you are safe and free. Afterthought: Jason was a role model for us all. Love, Keith
Carol Salvi-Beers posted a condolence
Friday, September 13, 2019Carol Salvi-Beers Posted September 13 at 1:40 PM I first met Carolyn, Jason's Mom, about 14 yrs ago & soon I was introduced to her sweet & friendly son! He was always curious, inquisative, humorous & loved art, music, singing, plus dancing! Oh, and Jason was smitten with the ladies he met who had long blonde hair. Yes, once a man always a man! That's a given apparently.... :) Carolyn has unbelievable stamina & toiled endlessly to keep Jason as healthy as possible in the presence of much adversity. Jason was also a very upbeat person & together with support from close friends & family was able to not just survive but thrive to his fullest extent. I loved Jason very much & will miss his smile, his laugh, & his wit! He was gentle & very loving. He was very deserving of the best here on earth & as well in the heavens! Peace & comfort are yours now Jason. Although you are loved & missed tremendously, you are free! We'll meet up again my amazing friend. Until then, thoughts of you are always on my mind and prayers are on my lips!
Jasonman Carolynmom posted a condolence
Friday, September 13, 2019Jason I will always cherish every year, month, day, hour and every second we had together. Together we laughed at just about everything. I am so grateful to have had you for my son. It was an exciting challenge always trying to figure you out... Mommy sure did and am so glad we had 22 years and 3 days together. You are a beautiful person inside and out. I love you so much. You are at peace now. I look forward to seeing you again. love mommy xoxo
Debra Rich lit a candle
Friday, September 13, 2019
Carol Salvi-Beers posted a condolence
Friday, September 13, 2019I first met Jason shortly after meeting his Mom approx. 13+ yrs ago, whom I have to say is a very dynamic, loving, caring, forever endearing & a uniquely remarkable person! Jason had that same easy way about him. He was friendly yet enjoyed using his quick wit to get ya going! Then we'd laugh! He could push your buttons for sure! Jason had a lot of love to share. He enjoyed music, art, singing, dancing & animals! But ...most of all...he loved his family & friends! We all love you Jason & there will never be another...YOU! Rest in peace & see you on the other side my precious friend!
BERNARD S SIEGEL, MD posted a condolence
Wednesday, September 11, 2019bless you all Jason you were and are a teacher for us all Grampa Poppie
ed yennie posted a condolence
Tuesday, September 10, 2019I first met Jason when he was 9yrs old, in the 12yrs I've known him ,, we had created special bond, I have so many memories of him, love your "true friend" ed
Mary Gentile posted a condolence
Saturday, September 7, 2019From your goofy little grin, to your innocent soul, words can’t describe, how much we’ll miss you.
Roy McGaha posted a condolence
Saturday, September 7, 2019Jason was a sweet, loving son. He saw the world through the eyes of a child. He loved being with family, the holidays, Walt Disney World, singing, laughing, scary movies, watching WDW rides and attractions on the computer and animated movies. He had a sense of humor that was hilarious and innocent at the same time. Everybody who had the privilege of being in his company benefited from his sense of humor and his contagious laughter. His smile would light up a room and every heart in it. His hugs were tight and sincere. He had a tremendous capacity to love and be loved. The world was a far better place with him in it. Now, Heaven benefits from our loss. Rest In Peace my Baby-O.
Catherine Oakes posted a condolence
Friday, September 6, 2019Jason, I loved you as if you were my own nephew. You brought a smile to everyone’s face. You hold a very special place in my heart. I am so happy I got to meet you. Love, The Midget
Noreen Leahy posted a condolence
Friday, September 6, 2019I am so sorry for your loss. Jason's passing has left a void in everyone's heart.