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Jason Edward Gay

February 10, 1970 - February 3, 2020

Posted by:
Philip & Linda Lotze

Posted on:
February 19, 2020

During Jason’s brief time in San Diego, we got to know him as a very caring & charming gentleman who was a very good conversationalist, having a sense of humor, intelligent, very artistic, a hard worker who wanted things done correctly, and most of all, Jason loved his family, especially his children, Raquel & Jacob (Our grandson)! Additionally, we were impressed by his knowledge of Scripture from the Bible. Moreover, Jason always wanted the best for his family; he is truly missed by all.

Posted by:
Nicolle Berthon-Wadleigh

Posted on:
February 7, 2020

Dearest Jason...thank you for all the special memories. Thank you for sharing your wonderful family with me. Thank you for loving me all those years ago. I am sure Heaven is happy to have you, but you will be deeply missed by many. I wish I could see that smile one more time. Thank you for Diamonds and Pearls. Rest in heavenly Peace my Beautiful One.

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
February 7, 2020

R.I.P Jason. My heart goes out to the family and friends he was taken too soon.

Posted by:
Jodi Edwards

Posted on:
February 7, 2020

My big bro. The guy who taught me what suave was. He could turn any bad day into a good one. He was my best friend for many years. We had so much fun thrift store shopping and listening to music and dancing. Playing cards and video games. He could sleep and eat more than anybody. I am so much who I am because of his influence and he was always my biggest fan. R.I.P. Jason... I Love You and Miss You. Thank you for everything you've done for me in life.

Posted by:
Dorotha Mallette

Posted on:
February 7, 2020

As I will not suffer the heartache of many and I was only blessed to have met Jason a few times. I definitely will always remember his million-dollar smile. And he will sadly be missed Dorotha Mallette

Posted by:
Raquel Parada

Posted on:
February 7, 2020

There were many things I wanted to say to my father before he passed, but time never is on our side in this way. When I think of him I will remember the ways he tried and the personable stories told. Just recently I felt in my heart to be praying and thinking more of jason, and I know now I will get to say the things that were in my heart for him in heaven. Love you dad, xoxoxox Raquel

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