OBITUARY

Jason Tucker

December 20, 1982January 14, 2020
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Jason Tucker was born on December 20, 1982 in Bronx, New York and passed away on January 14, 2020 in Jacksonville, Florida.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, January 20, 2020
  • Graveside Service Monday, January 20, 2020

Memories

Jason Tucker

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Alexandra Sahatdjian

January 22, 2020

Jason had a way with words. He didn’t need many to make you laugh (he made me laugh a lot) or teach you something, but they were always the right ones.
He said he didn’t like kids, but he undoubtedly loved mine and they him. He was visiting with us a few months ago and saw that I was struggling to push my twins in their stroller, popped into CVS without a word and came out with some WD40... it was a lot easier to push after that. Whenever my family needed help, he never hesitated to offer and always came through. We will miss him so much, his name, face and voice were a part of our daily lives and it won’t be the same without him. May he Rest In Peace and Love.

Jennifer Dale

January 17, 2020

You were the most selfless person I knew. You were funny but reserved and so smart that sometimes I would just listen to you talk having no idea what it was even about, but I would try to listen, learn and understand it. We both shared a love of cars, modern homes, music, shows, movies and fun times. Often, I wonder if we crossed each others paths for reasons unknown but I found it weird that we moved to Interlachen around the same time, found each other in a massive crowd of people in Miami and even that both me and Andrea worked at the same company in Sunrise. Just little weird coincidences that often make me wonder about life and why we have the people that we do along our paths but I think you were always meant to be in mine like we were once a part of the same constellation. I loved our deep talks and letting down some of the walls that life often puts up mentally. You were someone to confide in and be there with in good and bad times. Since you've left, I've struggled to get through the days without you. Keep a place up there for us all so we can be a group again. Thank you for being the respectful, beautiful, loving soul that you were. You are irreplaceable.

Philip Scarborough

January 17, 2020

I had the pleasure of meeting and working along side of Jason at Fidelity Investments for many years. Jason knew so much about everything. He was such a gentle genius and gentleman that was at ease with helping customers and sharing his expertise with anyone that needed help. I would especially smile at his sense of humor as he would always make you laugh.
My fondest memory was helping him find his home. It was a group effort with me and my Mom & Dad . His home search was during the time of short sales and foreclosures and we saw some crazy places. However, Jason would be able to walk in and know right away that it wasn’t the one. He knew exactly what he liked and what he wanted and he remained focused and made it happen.
We also shared a love for cars and we would talk forever about cars and of course Jason knew more than I so I always walked away learning something new.
Jason’s kindness, wit and wisdom will be sorely missed. Until we meet again ... rest easy my friend.

Layne Warmer-Adams

January 16, 2020

RIP, dear Jason. You were an amazing role model for so many throughout the years, including myself. The memories of your sense of humor and calm demeanor (no matter what the situation) will always bring a smile to my heart. You will be missed.

Arlene Valis

January 16, 2020

I think my favorite memory was how happy Jason was when he bought his house. He worked so hard and loved helping others. He knew so much about the markets and cars. He put me at ease about the UAE when my kids were moving to Abu Dhabi. I could go on and on. He was a special guy and we had lots of talks and many good times. He will be missed!!!!!
Arlene Valis

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY