Jason Ryan Brown

August 9, 1983February 20, 2019

Jason Ryan Brown passed away on February 20, 2019 at the age of 35. He was born on August 9, 1983 in Renton, Wa. He spent most of his childhood and adulthood living in Arlington, Wa. He attended all 12 years of school in Arlington, and he also aquired an associates degree from Skagit Valley College as a diesel mechanic. Jason had 17 years of service in his field of work. He was a very experienced gifted mechanic. He also enjoyed riding quads, and working around his house. He was an outdoors kind of guy. He loved going shooting, camping, and spending time with people that he felt close to. He also had a big heart when it came to taking care of animals. He had such a kind heart and soul. He would do anything for anyone, and always put everyone else before himself. Jason was preceeded in death by his mother who has passed 5 months ago. He is survived by his father Gary Brown and Sister Lisa Brown. Also aunts Vonnie, Debra, Nancy, Karen, July, and Kathy. Uncles Brian, Bob, Jerry, Danny, Matt, Don, and John. Cousins Josh, Clay, Sheree, Lori, Rose, Wayne, Roy, Erica, Billy, Justine, Savannah, Rosie, and Tyson. Second cousins too many to list. And his closest friends for they were considered family. Rest in peace. You will forever be missed and loved. No services will be held. Private gathering of his family and friends will be determined at a later date.


  • Linda Brown, Mother
  • Gary Brown, Father
  • Lisa Brown, Sister


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Ronda Carter

March 6, 2019

I had the pleasure to get to know and to work with Jason. Such a beautiful person with a wonderful soul. He was always a pleasure to talk to and he will truly be missed. I will always remember his laugh and infectious smile. His work and work ethic's were above and beyond his years..
Rest easy my friend.
-Ronda Carter

Lisa Brown

March 3, 2019

My little brother. Even if you are a grown man......and a whole lot taller than me. I have so many great things to say about you, and I don't think that they will provide me with that much room. I don't think we ever fought a day in our life with each other. You were always my best friend, although you liked your space. Even if we didn't hang out all the time it felt like we were always right back to where we left off. You always had such a sweet and caring personality. I couldn't have asked for a better brother. I never imagined that it was going to be cut short. I have no words to express how much I am going to miss you. I will always hold you close to my heart. One day we will meet again, and we will be right back to where we left off. I love you bro. More than you will ever know. Or maybe you do know now. Rest in peace.

Joe Popich

February 26, 2019

I had the real pleasure of working with Jason for over ten years. He was the BEST Mechanic I had ever seen. But he was a better human being. That's what I will remember him for. My heart is broken. I can't believe he is gone. We would laugh and joke around while working. He was always trying to make the best of things. Always a positive attitude. What a gifted young man. May your soul find peace Jason. You deserve it.
We'll laugh again and joke in the future.

Your friend,

Joe Popich

July Astengo

February 24, 2019

I have so many sweet memories of Jason. Most of them from his younger years. He was the sweetest little boy. I remember the way he would call his sisters name , when he couldn’t pronounce it. He would call out YEESA... instead of Lisa. He went through the cutest stage where he also had an adorable stutter. My sister and I took him to Disneyland and I remember he was terrified of most rides, but the thing he enjoyed most was the hotel swimming pool! Poor kid got so sunburnt from that! My memories of him as he got older were , that he was very mature and responsible for his age. I think he bought his first home in his early 20’s . I was always very impressed by that! Most of all I remember he was always smiling!! Love you Jason, you left a hole in my heart.
Aunt July.

Shawna Durocher

February 22, 2019

Jason was a neighbor of my family in Arlington for over ten years. A gifted mechanic, he mentored my younger brother and they built a great friendship. Brian has shared a lot of memories of him and Jason throughout the years. Mostly working on vehicles together and riding quads up in the mountains. My condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to the Brown family and Jason’s loved ones.

Shawna Durocher
Lansing, MI