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Jason Michael "Mexi" G. Duncan

August 13, 1972November 10, 2020
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Jason Duncan, age 48, of Johnson City, Tennessee, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, surrounded by his family at his residence. He was born in Petaluma, California, and raised in San Bruno, California, a son of Jose I. Madrid, Sr. and Elida Duncan Madrid. He is preceded in death by his daughter Chelsea Whitaker.

Jason was a Bar Tender and Cook, having served in various Restaurants and Hotels in the service industry. He looked forward to Mexi Mondays, which consisted of bowling, being with his friends and enjoying Meximeister or a nice cold Mexi-Lite. Growing up Jason was a little league umpire. Jason had a heart of gold and was a compassionate friend to so many. He was dearly loved by all who knew him. He always had a smile on him no matter what life threw at him. He battled hard with an illness over this past year but always kept that smile. He will truly be missed. Though he grew up in California, he was a die-hard LSU Tigers Fan. He even lost a bet and, a man of his word, he had to get an “A” for Alabama tattooed on him.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by his beautiful daughters Issabella Sams and Elizabeth Baioni and handsome son Isaac Meade; his beloved brothers Jose I. Madrid, Jr. (wife Kelli Madrid) and Paul Madrid; loving sisters Valerie Baltodano (husband Rey Baltodano), Missy Hilburn and Jovan Martinez (husband Edmundo Martinez).

Uncle Mexi was one of the best Uncles a kid can ask for. He had so much love for his babies. He protected them all equally and had love for them like no other. Randall Medefesser, Dianna Marquez, Emmanuel Donnelly, Andrew Otton, Alyssamarie Baltodano, Desmond Hicks, Jazmin Coffey, Chase MacPherson, Jorez Baltodano, Jordan Baltodano, Daunte Madrid, Mark Robles, Miguel Robles and Ashley Robles.

The family will receive friends Friday, November 20, 2020 from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM at Monte Vista Funeral Home. A Rosary Prayer will follow at 7:00 PM. A Funeral Mass will be held Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 3:00 PM at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Father Dustin Collins officiating. Everyone is invited to view the livestream of the services by visiting https://www.facebook.com/MonteVistaMemorial/

The family would like to express their thanks to the staff of Avalon Hospice, Project Access, Quality of Life, his caretakers which were his sister, Valerie Baltodano and his brother, Jose Madrid, Jr., Rebekah & Matt McMillan for always being by his side, devoted Aunt Brenda Duncan for all her late night talks and 3 o'clock happy hour shots, Joey Collins for your countless hours of watching “HeartLand” as well as being his Netflix and chill, Paula Duggar, Nicolle Fink, Ashlie Woods and the rest of the “D. Doty” crew, Shanna Medina and Laura Hawn for being his motivators as well as to the numerous family and friends for all their love and care.

Arrangements especially for Mr. Jason Michael G. Duncan and his family have been made with Monte Vista Funeral Home & Memorial Park.

  • FAMILY

  • Jose I. Madrid, Sr., Father
  • Elida Duncan Madrid, Mother
  • Issabella Sams, Daughter
  • Elizabeth Baioni, Daughter
  • Isaac Meade, Son
  • Jose I. Madrid, Jr. (Kelli Madrid), Brother
  • Paul Madrid, Brother
  • Valerie Baltodano (Rey Baltodano), Sister
  • Missy Hilburn, Sister
  • Jovan Martinez (Edmundo Martinez), Sister

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Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, November 20, 2020

  • Rosary Prayer Service

    Friday, November 20, 2020

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  • Funeral Mass

    Saturday, November 21, 2020

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Memories

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Ashleigh Dugger

November 13, 2020

Uncle Mexi you hold such a special place in our hearts. We will love and miss you more than words can express. Thank you for all the precious memories. You were one of a kind. We will see you again one day.

Tracey Quay

November 13, 2020

Shanna Medina

November 11, 2020

We moved to Waycross Georgia in 2019. We all were missing Tennessee really bad. Mexi was working with Shaggy by traveling doing set ups in convenient stores. I get a text for Mexi saying he was in Waycross one weekend. Of all the towns he so happened to be where we moved. We spent that night and the next day with him. It made my husband and I so happy because we missed all our friends and he gave us that connection of Tennessee. With Mexi being there with us, even just the weekend help us smile and not be depressed because we missed home.

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Biography

Jason Duncan, age 48, of Johnson City, Tennessee, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, surrounded by his family at his residence. He was born in Petaluma, California, and raised in San Bruno, California, a son of Jose I. Madrid, Sr. and Elida Duncan Madrid. He is preceded in death by his daughter Chelsea Whitaker.

Jason was a Bar Tender and Cook, having served in various Restaurants and Hotels in the service industry. He looked forward to Mexi Mondays, which consisted of bowling, being with his friends and enjoying Meximeister or a nice cold Mexi-Lite. Growing up Jason was a little league umpire. Jason had a heart of gold and was a compassionate friend to so many. He was dearly loved by all who knew him. He always had a smile on him no matter what life threw at him. He battled hard with an illness over this past year but always kept that smile. He will truly be missed. Though he grew up in California, he was a die-hard LSU Tigers Fan. He even lost a bet and, a man of his word, he had to get an “A” for Alabama tattooed on him.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by his beautiful daughters Issabella Sams and Elizabeth Baioni and handsome son Isaac Meade; his beloved brothers Jose I. Madrid, Jr. (wife Kelli Madrid) and Paul Madrid; loving sisters Valerie Baltodano (husband Rey Baltodano), Missy Hilburn and Jovan Martinez (husband Edmundo Martinez).

Uncle Mexi was one of the best Uncles a kid can ask for. He had so much love for his babies. He protected them all equally and had love for them like no other. Randall Medefesser, Dianna Marquez, Emmanuel Donnelly, Andrew Otton, Alyssamarie Baltodano, Desmond Hicks, Jazmin Coffey, Chase MacPherson, Jorez Baltodano, Jordan Baltodano, Daunte Madrid, Mark Robles, Miguel Robles and Ashley Robles.

The family will receive friends Friday, November 20, 2020 from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM at Monte Vista Funeral Home. A Rosary Prayer will follow at 7:00 PM. A Funeral Mass will be held Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 3:00 PM at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Father Dustin Collins officiating.

The family would like to express their thanks to the staff of Avalon Hospice, Project Access, Quality of Life, his caretakers which were his sister, Valerie Baltodano and his brother, Jose Madrid, Jr., Rebekah & Matt McMillan for always being by his side, devoted Aunt Brenda Duncan for all her late night talks and 3 o'clock happy hour shots, Joey Collins for your countless hours of watching “HeartLand” as well as being his Netflix and chill, Paula Duggar, Nicolle Fink, Ashlie Woods and the rest of the “D. Doty” crew, Shanna Medina and Laura Hawn for being his motivators as well as to the numerous family and friends for all their love and care.

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