Jason David Zurbrugg
November 3, 1978 – May 29, 2018
Jason David Zurbrugg, 39, of Los Alamos, NM, formerly of Columbus, passed unexpectedly on May 29, 2018. Jason was a graduate of Columbus East High School. He enjoyed horticulture and was a landscaper. He also loved fishing. He was preceded in death by his mother, Diane Zurbrugg; and an infant son. Survivors include his loving father and step-mother, David and Pam Zurbrugg of Columbus; wife, Beckie Zurbrugg of Los Alamos, NM; sons, Gage and Dalton Zurbrugg of Los Alamos; step-daughters, Brianne Johnston, Alyssa Johnston and Sarai Johnston, all of Los Alamos, NM; sisters, Amanda (Andrew) Hull of Columbus and Kimberly Watts and fiancé, Craig Tower, of Columbus; and step-sisters Christal (Ben) Downing of Columbus and Angela (Jesus) Malagon of Columbus. Also surviving are several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. A Celebration of Life will be held from 1 -5 p.m. Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at Myers-Reed Chapel. Terry Branum will act as celebrant. His cremated remains will be interred at St. Paul’s Lutheran Cemetery, Columbus. Please leave condolences or special memories of Jason online at: www.Myers-Reed.com. Myers-Reed Chapel is serving the Zurbrugg family.
- David (Pam) Zurbrugg, Father & Step-Mother
- Beckie Zurbrugg, Wife
- Gage Zurbrugg, Son
- Dalton Zurbrugg, Son
- Brianne Johnston, Step-Daughter
- Alyssa Johnston, Step-Daughter
- Sarai Johnston, Step-Daughter
- Amanda (Andrew) Hull, Sister
- Kimberly Watts & fiance, Craig Tower, Sister
- Christal (Ben) Downing, Step-Sister
- Angela (Jesus) Malagon, Step-Sister
- Diane Zurbrugg, Mother
- Infant Son, Son
- Also surviving are several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
- Celebration of Life Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Jason David Zurbrugg
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June 2, 2018
I drove a fork lift for Jason's line, 4400, at Faurecia, in Columbus, IN. There would be times when things would be slow, and we had some great conversations. Very poignant. He shared his love of landscaping, and of some of the incredible work that he had done. He could recite the LATIN description of dang near every form of plant in the world. Amazing ! He loved nature. We would share our frustrations at working in a factory. We are both in unison that this is not the place for Jason to be.
When he chose to go to New Mexico, I was saddened. It would mean the loss of a friend.
His smile was contagious.
I will keep you in my memory, Jason, for as long as I live. Love you, brother.