OBITUARY

William Jason Stephens

July 30, 1975March 17, 2019
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William Jason Stephens was born July 30, 1975 in Amarillo, Texas, bringing much joy to his parents, William B. Stephens and Sharon Hammer Stephens. Jason passed away March 17, 2019. He gave his heart to the Lord and was baptized at Trinity Fellowship in Amarillo. He attended Tascosa High School and Amarillo College, and served in the United States Navy. He had a particular interest in photography and enjoyed seeing the United States on cross country trips.

Jason had a deep father's love for his children, Beth, Maddie and Chase, finding with them such joy and pride. He moved to Tulsa in 2013, where he met and married Jessica Ash, and lived with her and her children Joe and Molly.

Jason lived his life fully, was loved and loved in return.He had a big heart. Friends and family have shared loving memories and stories of how he helped in so many different ways. Even in death, he enriched lives by being an organ donor.

Jason is survived by his parents, Bill and Sharon Stephens of Amarillo, TX, his wife Jessica Stephens of Tulsa, OK, his children: Bonnie Elizabeth York of Amarillo,TX, Madison Laine Stephens Lucas of Canyon,TX, William Chase Stephens serving in the US Navy, Joe Samuel Ash of Wyoming, and Molly Ash Stephens of Tulsa OK. One grandson, Hayze Pazmino. His sister Rhonda Sudbury, and husband Jim of Amarillo. His grandmother, Margaret Hammer of Panhandle. Many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.

Jason was preceded in death by his brother Steve Lane Stephens.

A memorial will be held April 26, 2019 at 10:00am at Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel, to celebrate his life.

The family requests donations to the American Heart Association in lieu of flowers.

Services

26 April

Celebration of Life

10:00 am

Memorial Park Funeral Home & Cemetery

Chapel of Memories

6969 East Interstate 40
Amarillo, Texas 79118

REMEMBERING

William Jason Stephens

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Starla Reed

April 24, 2019

Jason decided he would be a master painter for the day...he got a text from Jess & caught a laughing fit... 2 hours later one wall was purple , a bit of the ceiling, & somehow I had purple hand prints on my backside as we headed out the door.
I’ve still never finished painting the room and love all the laughter shared that afternoon.
He was more than a friend. He was and will be forever family.

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