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470 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA

OBITUARY

Jason Leonard Diamond

Jason Leonard Diamond, of Chestnut Hill, formerly of Revere, on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 passed away peacefully with his family at his side. For 65 years, he was the beloved husband of Barbara Eleanor (Cohen) Diamond. Loving father of Richard A. Diamond & his wife Arlene of Chestnut Hill and Debra Schwartz & her husband David of Newton. Adored grandfather of Jenna & Daniel Heyligers, Jillian & Adam Greenberg, Tara Diamond, Douglas & Nicole Diamond and great grandfather of Samuel and Kaylie. Dear brother of the late Anne Klein and Charles Diamond.

He was a kind, gentle man who will be greatly missed.

Due to the current health crisis, funeral services are private. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Services

  • Due to the current health crisis, funeral services are private

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Carmen Silva-Rivera

May 28, 2020

To Mrs. Barbara Diamond, I am so sorry for your loss. I am completely Devastated, he was a very hard worker and never missed a day of work unless it was absolutely necessary. I am certainly going to miss you Jason Diamond very much. It will not be the same without him! 💔💔💔💔 BEST ASSOCIATE EVER! Aka MY BUDDY!

Mirta and Victor Otero

May 24, 2020

Dear Barbara and family. Please receive our heartfelt condolences for Jason's lost. We only hope that the memories of the years you had together will keep you going, not only for yourself but for the rest of your family and for those who love and care for you. Jason was one of those men that once you know him, you never forget him. We can only imagine the emptiness this lost has left in your heart. Just remember that while you are alive, he will live within you. Please let us know if there's anything we can do for you. Once this pandemic goes away, Victor and I would like to visit with you.
May he rest in peace.
Blessings,
Mirta and Victor

Denise Costello

May 23, 2020

Oh Debbie, here I am home worrying about your mom, and your dad passes. He was, with no doubt, my favorite visitor. I adored everything about him. He was truly one of the most inspiring and devoted men I have ever met. I looked forward to seeing him walking down the hallway or sitting in the lounge holding your mom’s hand. He was truly a gift in my life and I will miss him terribly. Please come find me when you can get back. I would love to give you a hug.

Karin Brown

May 23, 2020

I worked with Jason at Borders before they closed, I honestly can’t think of another person who made me smile like this man. He had one of the kindest souls I’ve ever had the pleasure to meet. He always had a smile to spare and I’m forever grateful to have known him.

Sending smiles and love,
Karin

Etty (Krinsky) Feigelstock

May 22, 2020

Jason worked for my father, Pinny Krinsky at Kosher Mart. I have such fond memories of Jason. We all loved him. He was such a nice and good man. He was always a pleasure to be around. He lifted those around him with his smile and kindness. He will be sorely missed. Your loss is our loss. Sending so much love.

Yuriy Khoroshchak

May 20, 2020

Please accept our sincere condolences for you and the family. Jason was a remarkable man and everyone at Beacon Kosher was better for having known him. I was lucky to have the privilege of calling him "friend" outside of work, and was humbled by his kindness and compassion to everyone around him.

He will be greatly missed and we are greatly saddened by his death. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and his family and friends during this difficult time.

With sincere sympathy,
Yuriy, Natasha, Larissa, and Julia

Michael Clebnik

May 20, 2020

When I think of Jason the first thing I see is his infectious smile. He was a poster child for positivity whenever I saw him. In his later years he exemplified the concept of staying busy and working and was loved by people of all ages.
What a lot of people don’t know is that
he was a solid poker player and great left handed bowler! He beat Rick and I all the time. I used to say it was because he owned his own bowling balls- but he was just better than us.
Condolence to the entire family. We lost a really good one yesterday.

Jeff Carchidi

May 20, 2020

Barbara,

So sorry to hear of Jason's passing, especially during these difficult times. I always found him to be a true gentleman in my conversations and interactions with him. I hope the happy memories of such a long life together with you and your family will lift your spirits and provide support during your time of mourning.

Wendy Newman-Evans

May 19, 2020

He would do anything for his wife, children and grandchildren. He raised wonderful children who loved him and took wonderful care of him in his later years.
I know they will have so many heartfelt moments to keep his memory alive with his great grand children.
With the sincerest of condolences to the entire extended Diamond family.
Wendy Newman-Evans

Pam & Norman Fine

May 19, 2020

He was filled with love as he adored his family.
Humor filled and just fun to be around

Bless him

He will be missed

All our love,
Pam & Norman

FROM THE FAMILY

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