OBITUARY

Jason Thomas Stiteler

October 26, 2003February 27, 2021

Jason Thomas (JT) Stiteler, 17, of Orlando Florida passed away February 27th 2021 as a result of a hit-and-run vehicle accident while walking on Conroy Road. Jason was a student at Olympia High School. He was a member of his church youth group and had a passion for video games, Pokemon go, anime, music, his dog Rocky, and his cat Cooper.

He is survived by his father John Stiteler of Orlando, his mother Theresa (Greg) McGregor of Aubrey Texas, his sisters Caitlen (Justin) Archer and Lauren Stiteler of West Palm Beach Florida. He is also survived by his step brother Adam (Brianna) McGregor of Hershey PA, step sister Marah (Chris) Johnston of Orlando and nieces Haven and Myla McGregor and nephew-to-be Banyan Archer. A celebration of Jason's life will be held at Family Church, (formerly First Baptist of Windermere), 300 Main Street Windermere, Florida at 5:00pm on Thursday March 11, 2021

For those unable to attend in person, the celebration will be able to be viewed via live stream at: ourfamily.church/private-events.

In lieu of flowers, the family has asked for donations to be made to Nathanial's Hope, a charity that helped the family in Jason's younger years. A tribute page for Jason has been set up on their website at: NathanielsHope.Org

Services

  • Celebration of Jason's Life

    Thursday, March 11, 2021

Memories

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Rifeta Lee

March 12, 2021

I meet Jason and his dad they have been wonderful to me and my son Jose, I remember we went to Daytona Beach Jason loved it. I wish that this was a bad dream and that John didn't have to go through this major loss. I want to thank John for supporting me and my son Jose through though times as a council I appreciate it and Jason was a great friend. 😭I can't imagine how it feels to loose a child , Jason you will be remembered we love you 💖RIP

Diana Yau

March 11, 2021

May God continue to comfort you as you grieve JT’s death yet celebrate his home going. With love and prayers.
Diana Yau

Donald Klob

March 11, 2021

I am Justin’s grandfather, Donald Klob. I met you when your daughter, Caitlen, married Justin.

I know God will comfort you. His word says that ‘He never leaves or forsakes those who are His children’ (Hebrews 13:5) and James 4:8 says ‘Draw near to God and He will draw near to you.’

Kimberly Elkins

March 10, 2021

Jason genuinely made me look forward our first period US History class, he loved history so much. I will miss our conversations, it’s hard to find a kid at his age that wanted to do a deep dive into the content. He was incredibly bright and was a pleasure to work with. He was always willing to help other students when they struggled. I am thinking of Jason and please know he will be missed by Olympia.
Kimberly Elkins
US History teacher

Audrey Hagar

March 9, 2021

Jason was a student who will be missed. He would always speak his mind and give his viewpoint in class! A champion of answering bellworks and always questioning why something was the way it was. He was the type of student that a teacher truly tries to get to know to show that they care and creates a better teacher from it. His family is in my thoughts. Rest well, Jason.

Audrey Hagar
Jason's English 3 Teacher

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY