Jason Jermey Lobato

2 August, 19787 June, 2021

Jason Jeremy Lobato was born on August 2, 1978 in Thornton, Colorado and passed away on June 7, 2021 in Thornton, Colorado at the age of 42. Jason was an electrical engineer for United States Department of the Treasury, Denver Mint for 25 years. He was a hockey player and played for Hyland Hills in the National High School Tournament, the North American Silver Stick tournament, and on Team Colorado in the Chicago Showcase National Tournament. After graduating from Northglenn High School, Jason continued his education at Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colorado, acquiring his Electrical Engineer Degree. Jason was a football coach for his boys and a chauffeur for his daughter's dance lessons. He loved to play golf with Dad.

Jason is survived by his wife Heather Lobato, his children Jayden, Cole, and Kinsley, his parents Jerry and Patricia Lobato, his brother Ron Lobato, his grandparents Juan Lobato and Ruth Lobato, and many family members, in-laws and friends.

Jason is preceded in death by his grandparents Lucy Lobato and Ernie Lobato.

Services for Jason will be had at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, please donate directly to the children, the mortuary, or GoFundMe.


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Linda Cooper

15 July 2021

I am so sorry to hear of Jason's passing. I lost my Son almost 2 years ago and it is the worst pain a parent can ever go through. I feel so bad for Jerry and the rest of his family, children etc.. I worked with Jason and Jerry at the Mint and love them both. My sincerest condolences. (Linda Kemp).

Joseph Romero

5 July 2021

So grateful to have grown up with Jason! My deepest condolences to the Lobato family.

Keith McClellan

3 July 2021

My memories of Jason center around ice hockey at Hyland Hills. Jason was my son Ted's age and they played together for many years growing up. I had the privilege to coach some of the teams they played on. We had a lot of fun and many struggles out on the ice. Jason could play the game and did so with a big smile. One of my other best memories was Jerry, Jason, Ted and myself going skiing at Arapahoe Basin. My heart is breaking for the Lobato family. Jason will be missed but we have the memories of many good times.

Ted McClellan

3 July 2021

Jason was one of the greatest human beings I’ve ever met. He and I played hockey together from age 7to 18. We hung out after high school and it was really cool when I took my kids to elementary school and I got to see Jason and Heather and the kids, it made me feel so at home. He is one of the greatest human beings I’ve ever met. We have not hung out a lot later in life, but his friendship will have an ever lasting impact on me. I will miss you so much Lobo, you’re my homey till the end.

Ted McClellan

Michael B. SOLANO

30 June 2021

I remember meeting Jason when was young. I was SO proud to see a young Chicano, sit in a big nice office. Something that was great to see!

Jason, always laughed at my dumb jokes, l remember he always smiled really BIG when the Raiders lost.

He always cleared the exit, never ringing once. He respected everyone and I am proud of him.

Sam Savage

27 June 2021

My heart goes out to Jason’s family and to his circle of friends. It’s just so difficult to hear about the passing of someone so young, who had so much more to give to the world. One of my fondest memories of Jason was after a difficult day at work, parking ourselves at a table at DiNardo’s Famous Seafood Restaurant in Philadelphia, and ordering the “all you can eat” steamed crabs. Needless to say, the restaurant lost money on us. It was one of those really nice evenings when everyone gets a chance to relax and catch up with what’s going on in each other’s life. I’m sad to hear this news, but really glad to have known Jason.

Bill Vaughn

25 June 2021

One of my fondest memories of Jason was playing golf with him and his dad. Watching them laugh and just enjoying being together showed how close they really were. They were truly and happily linked as father and son. Jerry, I know you are hurting deeply, but I pray you will find comfort in the wonderful memories of Jason and your time together.

Bill Vaughn

Nadine Vasquez

22 June 2021

My dear Jason I hope you are happy in heaven and you are stress free. We have been family for over 35 years and you treated me just like family! I hope your playing hockey 🏒 and smiling down, please take of your parents and Ron. We have so many memories because we became family. I am going to miss you so much. ~Nadine~

Geri Mari

22 June 2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. I have some very fond memories of camping with Jason. He will be missed by many. May he find peace.

Ellen Alires-Trujillo

22 June 2021

We are so sorry to hear of Jason's passing and offer our condolences. We pray you find strength, peace and comfort by holding close the memories of love and happiness and in the belief that when our individual journeys on this earth are complete, we too will join our loved ones in an eternal reunion. May God bless each of you. Love and hugs.

Ellen Alires-Trujillo and Lorenzo Trujillo

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