OBITUARY

Jason M. Cisick

October 24, 1975October 25, 2018

Jason Matthew Cisick, 43, born October 24, 1975 in Augusta, Ga. Passed away peacefully on October 25, 2018. Jason was preceded in death by his father Michael A. Cisick in 1992. He is survived by his mother and father, Nancy Cisick and Andy Baumgartner; brothers, Andy Cisick (Josh) and Brock Baumgartner (Miranda). He also leaves numerous family members and friends who loved him dearly.

Jason lived in a Lynndale Group Home and attended school at Lynndale Service Center. Jason’s passion was music, dancing and ice cream. He was a social butterfly and the life of the party.

The family would like to thank the administration and staff of his school and group home for their enduring patience and love while giving Jason his best life possible.

Graveside services will be held on Friday, November 2, 2018 at 3 pm in Hillcrest Memorial Park with the Revered Paul W. Baumgartner officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to Lynndale, Inc., 1490 Eisenhower Dr. Augusta, Ga. 30904

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REMEMBERING

Jason M. Cisick

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Joseph Cisick

November 3, 2018

Even though I never met Jason there's nothing more painful than losing someone in your family. Bunny and I hope and pray that time heals yours :(

Angie Foster

October 31, 2018

Jason was my nephew and what I remember about him most is he was always happy and smiling. My parents used to take him for ice cream and boy did he like ice cream. I know he is with my brother and his grandparents. Mike is playing ball with him and my Mom and Dad are just smiling. He is just another angel in heaven.

Veronica Nipper

October 31, 2018

What a wonderful blessing it has been to have had Jason with us here at Lynndale for the time God allowed. I'm totally going to miss his regular visits to my office sharing a smile at times while trying to convey a message that captured what he was thinking. The stomp of his feet and the consistent shake of his maraca helped convey the message of importance to him. His presence here within in our halls and classroom will truly be missed, but what a welcome blessing it'll be those in heaven.
My thoughts & prayers go out to the family and may you allow Gods presence to comfort you during this time of loss.

Cynthia Milks

October 29, 2018

I have had the pleasure,of working with Jason at Lynndale. He has brought so much joy in my life. He has been such a Blessing!! I have enjoyed playing music and dancing , going to walkfit, or just walking the halls with Jason. He made me look forward to coming to work. He was my little side kick and I miss him and his beautiful smile that would just melt everyone's heart. You are in Heaven now and I look forward to seeing you there so we can dance and sing and you can laugh at my funny moves.

Jamie Brown

October 29, 2018

My sweet, sweet Jason! I am going to miss you coming into my office almost everyday for what seemed like something you wanted me to know. We would have our unique dialogue exchange and you would do a couple dance moves while I sang or clapped.
I like to think you were telling me about how much fun you were having. Your stomping, dancing, and groovy moves can't be beat. You danced so gracefully like only you can, and now you are dancing in the clouds. You will be sorely missed and I can't wait to see you in heaven where we'll be rejoicing with Jesus for the rest of our days. Love you big guy!

Cassandra Bryant

October 29, 2018

I use to work with Jason Cisick at Lynndale he had the cutest smile and I would play some music and I love to see him dance and laugh out loud his face would light up when he would see his mom I also worked with Jason Cisick at a personal care home he use to live at he was my buddy I missed working with Jason i remember when your mom gave me a picture like this one it's on my table I also remember how you love going to the Christmas partys that Lynndale would have you dance from the time we got there to the time we left you didn't want to leave. Jason Cisick will be missed you can Rest on now Jason Cisick.

Lois Ford (Ludwig)

October 29, 2018

So sorry for your loss. What a handsome young man. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family🙏🏻🙏🏻

FROM THE FAMILY