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Jason Lee Goss

13 March, 198226 September, 2020
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On Saturday, September 26, 2020, Jason Lee Goss passed away in Kentucky. Anyone who ever met Jason would say he was anything but forgettable. He was a son, a brother, a nephew, an uncle and a friend to so many. Jason never met a stranger. He was the perpetual life of the party and the epitome of living life to the fullest. Jason never missed the opportunity for a new experience or just a good old-fashioned time. He was always ready for a party even if it was just with himself. He took some of the most everyday mundane moments and found a way to make them entertaining. He loved his fast cars, bonfires, the beach, the mountains and just kicking back with his friends. He was kind and courageous and always there when a friend needed him. To know Jason was to truly love him. He loved hard and with his whole heart. He loved his family, his dogs and his many friends. It did not matter if you knew Jason for five minutes or five years; you were his best friend. He was loyal and loving to a fault. He was so genuine and caring. He was one of the hardest working men you would ever meet. He lived a fast life up until his last day on earth and nothing was ever going to slow him. May he be remembered as a passionate, fiercely loving, good ole boy, wearing his Rock Revival jeans, Classic Cortez Nike’s and signature “wife beater” tank. He just wanted himself and everyone around him to have a good time. He will he missed here on the earth beyond measure. “Tomorrow is a new day and God Bless ‘Murica!”

Jason is survived by Mother: Sally Long, Father/Stepmother: Allan and Dayle Goss, Brother Casey Goss (wife Kelly), Sister Ashley Mizer (husband Michael Mizer), Brother Jesse Glasser, Step Brothers: Jason Parks, John, Parks, Shaun Glasser, Grandmother: Tacie Christian, Many Aunts, Uncles and Cousins.

A Memorial Service to honor and celebrate the life of Mr. Jason Goss will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, October 3, 2020 in the Chapel of Smith Funeral Home. The family will be receiving friends on Saturday from 12:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. prior to the service at the funeral home.

Smith Funeral Home, Winder, is entrusted with the arrangements.

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elizabeth Paschal-Hewatt

29 October 2020

Jason was truly one of a kind. And hi had a very big heart. My childhood memories are full of some of the happiest times spent with Jason casey & ashley. Also one time, back when my boys was real little, I was down visiting my nanny for Halloween. Well it the night of truck or treat & my boys didn't have Halloween costumes & I didn't have the money to buy them. Somehow jason found out & he went bought costumes for my boys. I'll never forget it.
To Jason... Thank you for what you did & thank you for all the wonderful memories. You truly made growing up such a fun part of life. I'll never forget you & I'll miss you like crazy. I love you cuz ❤️

Ashley Mizer

13 October 2020

Jason was my brother and he and I shared a bond that was simply unexplainable. I have a lifetime of memories with him but I think my most special memories are the times he lived with us and it would just be he and I sitting in the living room with our dogs watching tv and talking. He was so genuine and kind in those moments. Jason was intense and hard to settle down. Those moments with him were calm and secure. He was safe and content and I feel so unbelievably blessed to have shared those moments with him. They were rare and special. I loved him with my whole heart and will continue to mourn Jason forever. Our family will never be the same. I love you, RayRay. Enjoy your rest now...you deserve it. ❤️

Rachel Elizabeth Joyner

8 October 2020

We were gonna be together I just found out today I’m devastated I painted portraits and Felicia and sunsets we shared.

Michelle and Karl Wagner

2 October 2020

Dear Sally and Family,

We are sending you all our deepest condolences. May you all find peace and comfort in knowing that Jason is in the loving arms of Jesus. God bless your family!

Donna Cooper

2 October 2020

Jason was my son-in-law during his marriage to my daughter Rachel. The first time I met Jason was on one of my many visits to my daughter’s. I walked in the house and he walked straight up to me and said hello mom. I shall never forget it and of course the big smile. He could really cook a steak on the grill. He loved my daughter and he loved my grandson. We shall remember the joy he gave our family in his time with us. We will grieve with his family feeling some of their pain. May the love of Jesus embrace him and carry him on to paradise. “Let not your heart be troubled.” Rachel’s Mom.

Angela Glover

1 October 2020

Jason was certainly something else. I can't think of him without a smile coming across my face. He always knew just how to make me laugh. He and I were definitely opposites, but he challenged me and showed me how to cut loose and have a good time. I met Jason a little while after getting divorced and he reminded me what it was like to really live life. I loved all his phrases. I'll miss his random phone calls so much, it didn't matter what kind of day I was having after about 3 minutes of being on the phone with him he would have me laughing. He was such a bright soul. So many good memories that I'll forever cherish. I loved him dearly and my life is better for having known such an amazing individual.

Angela Harrison

1 October 2020

Jason was a great guy I meet Jason though his friend Greg in N.C. He was full of life he would do anything for anyone when he was here visiting my daughter was upset over her father he gave her a hug and than he took off his cross necklace and gave it to her and put it around her neck and told her that everything will be alright. I will never forget get him I'm so glad that I had the chance to meet this wonderful person .

Irene Jasso

1 October 2020

Jason you will truly be missed I remember following you and Ramon around getting on your nerves when I was little I’m sure you knew but I always had a secret crush on you when I was younger always loved your blue eyes.... you always called me sister and I always seen you as my brother as well. My heart breaks that when I wake up on my birthday I won’t see your birthday wishes that was one of my favorite parts to my birthday.! I love and will always have you in my heart brother...!
❤️Rest In Peace❤️

Christine Smallwood

1 October 2020

To call Jason a friend was a true blessing!He would show up no matter what!God knows that you are so missed it's so hard to believe we won't see your smiling face, and get ur back breaking hugs or hear your goofy laugh or see you beat Matt in a arm wrestling match and laugh at him!!You were one of a kind!Until we see you again!I will keep your family in our prayers!May your loving soul Rest in Peace!We love you brother!

Dica Davis

30 September 2020

You filled my life with love and compassion. You showed me how to be humble and to love my neighbor. You are the light in the darkness. You made my day worth living. You made sure everyone felt love and appreciated, you gave your shirt to someone in need and you would fly to the moon to help a stranger. You gave unconditional love and asked for nothing in return. 9 months wasn’t long enough, but I thank the lord for bring you to me. You are the love of my life, and a wonderful father to my children. I love you, Jason, more than I can express. Until we meet again.

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