Jason Lee Smith
Born August 7 1972 Died March 21 2015
He Went Ahead Of Us
To Find The Best Fishing Spot
To Share With Us When We Get There
Jason Lee Smith, 42, will forever have eternal peace.
He passed away March 21, 2015.
Born August 7, 1972 in Columbus, Jason graduated from Brookhaven High School.
He is survived by his wife, best friend and soul mate, Tammy Jo (Whitt) Smith of 22 years, his beloved companion, Chloe Bell,
father, Bud Smith, brother, Chris (Briana) Smith, sister, Rainbow (Kevin) Thornton and many nephews and nieces.
He had a love for fishing and hunting; Jason always enjoyed watching American Pickers and was passionate about being a picker himself.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Merry Smith
His remains can be found at Flint Cemetery in plot 6 - lot 41 - space #1 8187 Flint Rd, Columbus, OH 43235
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Memories & Condolences
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I am sorry to hear about Jason. I knew him
when we worked for SBC. He was always in a good mood and everyone enjoyed
working with him. I knew he loved his family and his dog Bear. I am sorry for
~ Kim Hope - March 26, 2015
My deepest sympathy to the Smith families, @ this most heart breaking time . My prayers are with you. May God wrap you in his Love & grace! Merry & I were friends for many years during bowling leagues & summer swim lessons with our kids. I only knew the funny, delightful to be around child Jason, not the man Jason. Peace be with you J ! With love, Doris Lunsford
~ Doris Lunsford - March 26, 2015
Jason You Was Like A Big Brother To Me And You Will Always Be In My Heart, We Used To Do A lot Of Things Together When I was Staying With You All Here & There Back In The Day, Them Was Some Good Fun Days I Remember, You Will Be Missed So Much Big Brother Love You. R.I.P To My Big Brother Jason Smith
~ Brian Smith - March 25, 2015
Your Mom And were pregnant at the same time 1972 ..You were born in August and your cousin Jonathan in October.. That was Warren St and we would drop by ....Your Mom was so Happy to have you.....And now she will have her Son Again...R I P Jason ...Love Aunt Jeanette.
~ Jeanette Nuzum - March 25, 2015
We only know each other when we were kid's and wish I had more time with Jason and he wouldn't have known me if we passed on the street.
We as family need to be closer and know that I am to blame like everyone else is I love you cuz. We will see you again someday.
~ shana fitch - March 25, 2015
Jason and I were the best of buddies growing up. All the adventures we took on our bikes to go fishing will never be forgotten.
Jason and I met at Piketon Lanes in south Columbus in 1982. Realized that we went to the same school in north Columbus, and then found out we lived around the corner from each other. From then on we were inseparable.
Jason I will always cherish our friendship. You will truly be missed.
I love You Man!
~ Michael Wellman - March 25, 2015
My big brother. Life will never be the same without him. Best man I have, and will have, ever known. Missing you so much !
~ Chris Smith - March 25, 2015