Jason Michael Forsythe

November 17, 1983December 3, 2018
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Jason Michael Forsythe, 35, of Beech Grove, died, Monday, December 3, 2018. He was born November 17, 1983 in Naples, Florida, son of mother Michelle (Mikol) Boettjer and Ronald “Todd” Forsythe. He graduated from the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) with a bachelor’s degree in computer science. He later attended Ivy Tech Community College and graduated with an applied science degree in construction. He dedicated his adult life to Wilhelm Construction as a Layout Engineer. Jason played football, basketball, baseball, and soccer through high school. He loved the outdoors and all things motor sports related; especially ATVs. He worked his way through college at the FBO section of the Wilmington airport. He loved planes and skydiving and aspired to get his pilot license one day. He loved to work with his hands and fix things. He was always thinking of ideas to patent. He loved the beach and it was always calling him back. He was a blessing to his family and brought them nothing but pride. In recent times, a dark cloud hung over him he couldn’t escape. Jason is survived by his parents, Michelle (Mikol) and Robert “Scott” Boettjer of Beech Grove and Ronald “Todd” and Tammy Forsythe of Clay City, Indiana; step brother, Fred Boettjer and his wife, Jenifer, of Cape Coral, Florida; half siblings, Jerry and Shanelle Forsythe of Clay City, Indiana; maternal grandfather, Frederick Boettjer of Midlothian, Virginia; paternal grandparents, Ronald Dean and Cheryl Forsythe of Martinsville, Indiana and Roberta and Jerry Cole of Nancy, Kentucky; nephews, Samuel and Isaac Boettjer of Cape Coral, Florida; niece, Aubrey Forsythe of Clay City, Indiana; and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Jason is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Donald and Marena Mikol of Franklin, North Carolina and Ruth Ann Boettjer of Peru, Indiana. Memorial visitation will be Saturday, December 8, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at Little and Sons Funeral Home, 1301 Main St., Beech Grove, Indiana. His celebration of life will be 3:00 pm Saturday, December 8, 2018 at the funeral home.


  • Michelle (Mikol) and Robert "Scott" Boettjer, Mother and Father
  • Ronald "Todd" and Tammy Forsythe, Father and Mother
  • Fred Boettjer and wife, Jenifer, Step Brother
  • Jerry Forsythe, Half Brother
  • Shanelle Forsythe, Half Sister
  • Frederick Boettjer, Maternal Grandfather
  • Ronald Dean and Cheryl Forsythe, Paternal Grandparents
  • Roberta and Jerry Cole, Paternal Grandparents
  • Samuel Boettjer, Nephew
  • Isaac Boettjer, Nephew
  • Aubrey Forsythe, Niece
  • Donald and Marena Mikol, Maternal Grandparents
  • Ruth Ann Boettjer, Maternal Grandmother


  • Memorial Visitation Saturday, December 8, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Saturday, December 8, 2018

Jason Michael Forsythe

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Cheryl Forsythe

December 7, 2018

As I look thru the pictures an reflect back on your life. My there are so many precious memories that I have of you . You make my heart smile. Jason you were born with a sweet an gentle spirit. You have brought so much joy to my life. Lots of precious time spent with you. Grateful an thankful for every minuet. So much love from grandma Cheryl an Papaw

Damian Whalen

December 7, 2018

The tribute movie was terrific. There was a lot of love in those photos--and a lot to smile about. It offers so many ways to remember a fine, loving young man. I'm grateful.


December 5, 2018

My Sweet Jason,
Our God will welcome you home with arms wide open , tenderly and lovingly. You are missed on this earth, we will all be together again. All in Gods time.

Spread your Angel Wings and watch over your family and friends, let them know you are with them always. I hope your dancing in the sky and singing in the angels choir. I know it's so nice up in heaven since you arrived.

So many loving memories will erupt and explode daily in everyone's heart, it will be beautiful and special to all those that are part of your life.
Love you with all my heart and cherished the past moments we all had together.
Love Aunt Deb