Jason was born and raised in Lewiston, Utah. He was born on April, 24 2005. He loved everyone, starting with his family, his mom, dad, brother and sister. He loved his grandparents, cousins and aunts and uncles. He also loved his friends and teachers. They all loved him too. He was a special fun loving kid. Everybody loved his big bear hugs and kisses and will miss them greatly.
Jason had a great love for everything super hero, from movies to action figures to books. This is part of the reason we called him our super hero, but the main reason for that title is because of his organ donation that saved three lives. He will forever be our super hero because of that.
Animals were one of Jason’s passions too. His animals had an instant bond with him. He raised goats, lambs, and pigs for 4-H each year since he was 8 years old. He would show them at the county and state fair. This was hard for him because he also was autistic. This made everyday things a lot harder than they would be for other kids. His brother and sister were very good and kind to him and helped him all the time, especially at the fairs.
Jason loved going to the Utah State Basketball games with his family. He was a very big Aggie fan!
He was also a Boy Scout. As a cub scout he earned all his awards including the highest award, the Arrow of Light award. This was not easy for him either but having good scout friends and parents as his leaders made it a little easier.
Most of all Jason loved his heavenly father. He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. We know that he is with his Heavenly Father now. We love him so much and will miss him always.