Jason Owen Smith
July 12, 1984 – May 5, 2018
Jason O. “Jay” Smith, passed away on May 5, 2018 at Cape Heritage after a long illness.
Born in Falmouth, MA, a son of Julie A. Goulart and the late Jonathan D. Smith, Sr.
Jay was drafted by the Boston Red Sox out of High School in 2003. He was an all-around talented athlete and played varsity sports as an eighth grader. He had scored a 1,000 point basketball game at Bourne High School.
Besides his mother and step-father Donald Goulart of Hatchville, MA, he is survived by his son, Trey O. Smith of Bourne, two brothers, Jonathan Dale Smith, Jr. and his wife Caitlin of Sagamore and their children Matthew, Anika and Atlas Smith and Donald Goulart, II of Hatchville, MA; sister, Ashlee Goulart of Hatchville, MA; his grandmother Isabel Cunningham of Bourne. Jay’s longtime companion Abigail Lehy of Bourne. He was the grandson of the late Donald Cunningham.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions in his memory may be made to Trey O. Smith Scholarship Fund c/o Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod 275 Cotuit Road Sandwich, MA 02563.
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May 12, 2018
i know you're finally home and the struggle is over, that makes my heart happy. i'll see you when i get there. your family is in my prayers. thanks for the memories, we had alot of fun growing up before we found out what this scary, ugly world was really all about and before we were deceived by the evil one. i always saw the holy spirit in you jay, you had a pure heart and you were always kind to everyone without judgement. you were, and still are, a beautiful soul.
May 11, 2018
Worked with Jason at Cavossa. He beat me in a rock throwing contest . Fun guy to hang around with. My condolences.
May 10, 2018
Jay, it's been a long time since we've bumped into each other, but nonetheless, you were always a good friend to myself and all those who had the chance to know you. You were a great father and a great person overall who left us all way too soon. You accomplished and dealt with more in your short 33 years than most people in a lifetime 3x longer. Your memories and energy will shine on in those closest to you, especially Trey, who will always know what a great Dad he had and the great person he was to others. Until we meet again Jason, may you rest in eternal sunshine and paradise! To his family and friends, my thoughts, prayers and condolences go out to you all in this time of sorrow. Try to overcome the misery by knowing how many lives Jay touched and how many people hold him so dear to them. We were all so lucky to have known him no matter how brief. Lots of love to everyone affected!
May 10, 2018
“My heart will go on” I am so sorry sweetie that I won’t be able to say my final Good bye to you in person! I just want you to know that you have been my sunshine these past few months of always texting me making sure I was having a good day at work and always made me smile even if I was having a bad day. You always called me You’re Sunshine but we will always be each other sunshine. Miss you so much! My thoughts and prayers are with your family. You’re at peace now my sweet Angel. 🙏☀️💐😇
May 9, 2018
A couple of years ago I was driving to stop n shop pharmacy and I heard all this yelling,so I rolled down my window and there was Jay jumping up and done trying to flAg me down yelling Caron Moore then Caron Tobey Moore. I pulled over and he had that priceless grin as we chatted. If you knew him you loved him!