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J. E. Hixson & Sons

3001 Ryan Street, Lake Charles, LA

OBITUARY

Jason Todd McGee

November 17, 1981December 13, 2019
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Jason Todd McGee but don’t confuse him with Jason Voorhees left this earth on Friday the 13th of December 2019.

Jason was born on November 17, 1981 to Wanda and Edward McGee, and was lucky enough to have three life lesson worthy siblings, constantly finding shenanigans together.

Jason lived by his motto; If there is grass on the field, PLAY BALL!!! His unstoppable, sometimes (who are we kidding, ALL THE TIME) inappropriate humor always caused side splitting laughter among friends, family and coworkers. His love for RAW Kraft Mayonnaise, milk from anyone’s fridge and the classic cliché DONUTS, not just one, a whole box were his favorite vices in life! In 2002, he fully embraced the life of the “PO PO,” often wearing a pig nose, accompanied by his trusty dashboard partner, Bacon! His formidable years as a “PO PO,” he patrolled the mean streets of Vinton in unit “Five hundred and thirteen” often DJ’ing his favorite work related song to his “riders”, such song being “I fought the law and the LAW WON!”

Uncle Jason “POPO” was disappointed in his nieces and nephews appreciation for “hose jockeys”. The stubbornness in Jason purchased them a Power Wheels COP car, but before they received it, he told them the only profession they would enter into was Law Enforcement. His sister Tonya LOVED the gift, loved it so much it made her ears red, she cherishes the photo of it sharing the back seat with the children on the thirteen hundred mile trip to their new duty station.

In 2013, Jason met Rachel, just like his drive to become the “PO PO,” he knew she would be his wife, even voluntelling her so. The date and venue were booked, but Rachel one upped him and voluntold him to show up at the Vinton Police Station. They would begin their wedded bliss on October 16, 2013. Along for the ride were Scott Spell and Sandra Joseph, baring witness to the end of his questionable ways.

Jason’s love for infectious laughter, but a more mild version of inappropriate humor will live on with his wife; Rachel; two sisters; Tonya (Walter) Hunt, Roxie (Gilbert) Clement, a brother, Michelle (Krystal) Ganz; a niece; Elizabeth Hunt, six nephews; Edward and Evin Hunt, Seth, Terry, Channing, and Marcus Clement; his in-laws; Jed Duhon and Cristella Belaire; Sister in-laws; Reina and Joanna Duhon; a brother in-law Raymond Bean; grandparents in-law; John and Laura Ledoux and Barbara Bean. We cannot forget his trusty life partners; (I was always #1) Chris Burnworth; the runner up Scott Spell; and his “PAPA” Justin Sittig. We cannot forget his lifelong friends; Sam (Kimberly) Moreau, Luke "Fathead" (Mandie) Trahan, John Todd Jr., Josh "Chili" Fletcher, Jonathan (Billie) Harbert; his trusty fur babies, Molly and Tequila; and all his brothers in blue.

Jason was welcomed into Heaven by his parents, but before entering into those pearly gates; he told one last inappropriate joke.

The family will welcome friends at J.E. Hixson & Sons in Lake Charles on Monday, December 16, 2019 at 3pm. A Rosary led by PAPA will begin at 6:30pm followed by a celebration of Jason’s life. Friends are again welcomed for visitation at 8am on Tuesday, December 17, 2019 until time of service. Funeral Services will be led by Father Garcia at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic Church beginning at 2pm. Jason will be laid to rest at Consolata Cemetery.

Staying true to Jason’s giving nature, it is the family’s request that in lieu of flowers, donations be made in his name to: “Colors for a Cause-Louisiana Chapter” or “Star of Texas Casket Company”

You are invited to celebrate his life by visiting www.mem.com/08938041; here you may share a photo, video, or short story with the family on our interactive display. Although we ALL have an inappropriate Jason story, we ask only to submit tasteful memories.

The family would like to give special thanks to Harbor Hospice of Lake Charles for their compassion and care.

  • FAMILY

  • Rachel McGee, Wife
  • Tonya Hunt (Walter), Sister
  • Michelle Ganz (Krystal), Brother
  • Roxie Clement (Gilbert), Sister
  • Elizabeth Hunt, Niece
  • Edward Hunt, Nephew
  • Evin Hunt, Nephew
  • Seth Clement, Nephew
  • Terry Clement, Nephew
  • Channing Clement, Nephew
  • Marcus Clement, Nephew
  • Jed Duhon (Cristella Belair), Father-in-law
  • Reina Duhon, Sister-in-law
  • Joanna Duhon, Sister-in-law
  • Raymond Bean, Brother-in-law
  • Edward McGee, Father (deceased)
  • Wanda Dear, Mother (deceased)
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Captain Scott Spell, Honor Guard
  • Justin Sittig, Honor Guard
  • Sgt. Larry Moss, Honor Guard
  • Cpl. Ashley Hunter, Honor Guard
  • AJ Powell, Honor Guard
  • Sgt. Tony Jones , Honor Guard
  • Cpl. Thomas Poore, Honor Guard
  • Michelle Gaines, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Seth Clement, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Luke Trahan, Honorary Pallbearer
  • John Todd Jr., Honorary Pallbearer
  • Sam Moreau, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Chris Burnworth, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Josh Fletcher, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Jonathan Harbert, Honorary Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation Monday, December 16, 2019
  • Rosary Monday, December 16, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Monday, December 16, 2019
  • Visitation Resumes Tuesday, December 17, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Memories

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Jackie Taylor-Fontenot

December 16, 2019

I helped your Aunt Brenda babysit you a few times when you were just a little boy. Even though I didn’t know you as a man, I am proud of who had become.

Sherwine Cooper

December 15, 2019

Sorry for your loss , he was a good person I’ve had to deal with him on several occasions and even though my attitude was always from 0-10 he was always respectful and did his job . I know his presence will be missed in Vinton. God Bless , and may he Rest In Peace.

Theresa Leboeuf

December 15, 2019

You were always in a joking mood, and no matter the situation you made us laugh. You said to me one time, I go to market basket, your no gonna spit in my food huh! I said no sir why would I do that, you will be missed dearly. Rest in peace Jason McGee we are surely going to miss you coming in at market basket deli. Sending my prayers to the family

Billie Harbert

December 15, 2019

There are so many wonderful memories and not enough space to share them all. The first time Johnathan brought Jason over to our home, like any other home he helped himself to a big ole gulp of milk then asked for water. When I handed him a room temperature bottle of water he looked at me like I had given him a snake (and of course we all know why).....saying "ugh wheres the ice" I knew from that moment on he would just be part of the family. Contrary to popular belief. Callie loves Uncle Jason very much. Despite the fact he put cuffs on her daddy one day pretending to arrest him and she swore from that day on she did NOT like him. We love you Jason, and as promised will help everyone else take care of Rachel who is in our daily prayers.

Donna Anding

December 14, 2019

I am honored to have helped Rachel along with our RCIA team to become Catholic. Although I did not know Jason very well, I always enjoyed it when he was able to join our classes. I hope that Rachel knows that the love of our St Joseph’s community is with her and Jason in this time of loss. My prayer for Rachel is that she uses the strength of our faith to see her through this time of loss, to have the courage to go on with life and be inspired by the love she and Jason have for each other.

Robbie Miller

December 14, 2019

I moved to reeves in the middle of my fifth grade. Jason was the first person to talk to me he showed me around and made sure I always had a friend around. He truly was a great person

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Biography

Jason Todd McGee but don’t confuse him with Jason Voorhees left this earth on Friday the 13th of December 2019.

Jason was born on November 17, 1981 to Wanda and Edward McGee, and was lucky enough to have three life lesson worthy siblings, constantly finding shenanigans together.

Jason lived by his motto; If there is grass on the field, PLAY BALL!!! His unstoppable, sometimes (who are we kidding, ALL THE TIME) inappropriate humor always caused side splitting laughter among friends, family and coworkers. His love for RAW Kraft Mayonnaise, milk from anyone’s fridge and the classic cliché DONUTS, not just one, a whole box were his favorite vices in life! In 2002, he fully embraced the life of the “PO PO,” often wearing a pig nose, accompanied by his trusty dashboard partner, Bacon! His formidable years as a “PO PO,” he patrolled the mean streets of Vinton in unit “Five hundred and thirteen” often DJ’ing his favorite work related song to his “riders”, such song being “I fought the law and the LAW WON!”

Uncle Jason “POPO” was disappointed in his nieces and nephews appreciation for “hose jockeys”. The stubbornness in Jason purchased them a Power Wheels COP car, but before they received it, he told them the only profession they would enter into was Law Enforcement. His sister Tonya LOVED the gift, loved it so much it made her ears red, she cherishes the photo of it sharing the back seat with the children on the thirteen hundred mile trip to their new duty station.

In 2013, Jason met Rachel, just like his drive to become the “PO PO,” he knew she would be his wife, even voluntelling her so. The date and venue were booked, but Rachel one upped him and voluntold him to show up at the Vinton Police Station. They would begin their wedded bliss on October 16, 2013. Along for the ride were Scott Spell and Sandra Joseph, baring witness to the end of his questionable ways.

Jason’s love for infectious laughter, but a more mild version of inappropriate humor will live on with his wife; Rachel; two sisters; Tonya (Walter) Hunt, Roxie (Gilbert) Clement, a brother, Michelle (Krystal) Ganz; a niece; Elizabeth Hunt, six nephews; Edward and Evin Hunt, Seth, Terry, Channing, and Marcus Clement; his in-laws; Jed Duhon and Cristella Belaire; Sister in-laws; Reina and Joanna Duhon; a brother in-law Raymond Bean; grandparents in-law; John and Laura Ledoux and Barbara Bean. We cannot forget his trusty life partners; (I was always #1) Chris Burnworth; the runner up Scott Spell; and his “PAPA” Justin Sittig. We cannot forget his lifelong friends; Sam (Kimberly) Moreau, Luke "Fathead" (Mandie) Trahan, John Todd Jr., Josh "Chili" Fletcher, Jonathan (Billie) Harbert; his trusty fur babies, Molly and Tequila; and all his brothers in blue.

Jason was welcomed into Heaven by his parents, but before entering into those pearly gates; he told one last inappropriate joke.

The family will welcome friends at J.E. Hixson & Sons in Lake Charles on Monday, December 16, 2019 at 3pm. A Rosary led by PAPA will begin at 6:30pm followed by a celebration of Jason’s life.
Friends are again welcomed for visitation at 8am on Tuesday, December 17, 2019 until time of service. Funeral Services will be led by Father Garcia at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic Church beginning at 2pm. Jason will be laid to rest at Consolata Cemetery.

Staying true to Jason’s giving nature, it is the family’s request that in lieu of flowers, donations be made in his name to: “Colors for a Cause-Louisiana Chapter” or “Star of Texas Casket Company”

You are invited to celebrate his life by visiting www.mem.com/08938041; here you may share a photo, video, or short story with the family on our interactive display. Although we ALL have an inappropriate Jason story, we ask only to submit tasteful memories.

The family would like to give special thanks to Harbor Hospice of Lake Charles for their compassion and care