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Jason A. Perlman

January 11, 1973March 31, 2021
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Jason A. Perlman, 48, of Manchester, NJ, passed away on Wednesday March 31, 2021, at his home. Born in Ontario, Canada, Jason came to the United States when he was a baby. He grew up and lived in Brooklyn, NY, four houses down from Jayme, who became his wife, and they moved to Manchester in 2002. Jason proudly served his country as a United States Marine and he worked as a computer technician for the NJ Department of Corrections in Trenton, NJ. Jason was a Cub Scout Leader, Den 8, for the Manchester Cub Scout Pack 44, was active in many special needs groups and activities and was a parishioner of St. John’s RC Church in Lakehurst, NJ. He was a hardworking man, always going above and beyond with work, he loved to talk to everyone, a trait he got from his mother, and always tried to get people to laugh, either with his silly jokes or crazy dances he would make up. Jason was the Seaside Hotdog Champion, a movie buff and could recite almost every line from some movies, like Rocky, and he was also the best home school teacher. Jason was his family’s Superman. Continuing in Jason nature of helping and giving to his community, he made the selfless act of organ donation so he can continue to help people have a better life.

Jason was predeceased by his mother Francisca Perlman and his mother in law Karen Albanese. He is survived by the first love of his life, Jayme Polin Perlman, and the second loves of his life, his sons, Zachary Perlman and Tyler Perlman, and 3rd son Gabriel, his father Herman Perlman, his brothers Hector Jordan and Daryl Perlman, and sister Evon Perlman, his nieces and nephew; Emily Grace Jordan, Ciara Perlman, Amanda Flores, Harry Flores, Jr. and Ashley Flores, his father in law, Emilio Santana, brother in law Emilio Santana, Jr., niece and nephew Lexie Santana and Anthony Santana.

Visitation will take place at the Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home, 3010 Ridgeway Road, Manchester, NJ, 08759, on Monday April 5, 2021 from 5-9 pm, with a funeral service to be held at 7:30 pm. Visitation to continue on Tuesday April 6, 2021 from 9:30- 10:15 am, with interment with Millitary Honors to follow at the Brig. General William C. Doyle Veteran Memorial Cemetery, 350 Provinceline Road, Wrightstown, NJ 08625.

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, April 5, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, April 6, 2021

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Larry Moore

April 5, 2021

I remember when I first met Jason at a FedEx Service Center in Manhattan, he having been newly hired. I was immediately impressed with Jason’s courtesy. “Hello, Sir”, “Yes, Sir”, “Thank you, Sir”, and smiling face and handshake. I immediately knew that our boss Ezra made an excellent choice. I was given the privilege of participating in his training, and counseling over the years. What an excellent, polite and intelligent fellow. In chatting with him his dedication to his family as a loving husband and a loving father to his children came out. He loved Disney World. He loved the Marine Corp, and was a true patriot.

Keith Wynne

April 5, 2021

Jason was a kind and loving man. He was a terrific and truly dedicated husband and father. He will be missed by all who knew him. May he Rest In Peace! With my condolences. Keith Wynne

Evelyn Vargas

April 5, 2021

There are so many things I can say my dear brother...so many memories to share, so much we did together, the many places we ventured in family with our amazing children & our partners. Every time we met, was a beautiful memory created in our book of life’s memories. I didn’t see this as an ending to our book of life yet-our new memories will never be the same without you. You have left an empty void that no one will fill in my life...we danced together, sang silly songs together, talked about every topic one can imagine & always joked about how we always made a presence wherever we were because we were Ricans! You were indeed my brother from another mother. May your soul rest easy now. I will carry your love in my heart for as long as I remain on this side & when your name comes up, I will sing your praises of what an amazing person you are & how indeed you are our SUPERHERO. With all my Love, your sister from another mister❤️Evelyn

Michael Pasiuk

April 5, 2021

I'm truly heartbroken to hear of the passing of Jason. Jason always put a smile on my face and everyone he met throughout the day with his fun silly jokes. He was fiercely loyal with the ones he loved and there wasn't a day that passed when Jason wouldn't lovingly spoke of Jayme, Zachary, and Tyler. One memory, of so many, I have so when I was texting while having lunch with him.... he grabbed my phone and goes "It's our time Bro." With a big smile on his face. He lived life by his rules and swelled with pride whenever he spoke of his time in the military and being a Marine. I admired Jason and learned how to treat people better just being around him. My heart is aching.

I know Jason will be looking over his family with the love that never dies. My deepest sympathy to the family.

Ezra Fried

April 5, 2021

I remember that day 1998 when Jason came into my office for his interview. He walked in with that marine bearing, confident, polite and inquisitive. Everything was yes sir. Every question began with Sir. I knew at the time that he would make a great employee. Jason was a team player. Jamie, I am so sorry for your loss, Jason was so devoted to you. Zachary, Tyler and Gabriel your Dad was so proud of you may his memory be a blessing. I know he will be your guardian angel.

Irvin Smart

April 4, 2021

My brother from a different mother, what can I say. Jason man was truly one of a kind. Kind, yes he was, brave, proud oh yes he was a Marine. There are so much memories one can say about Jason. Hard worker, technical minded, resourceful, love a challenge, sincere, family man, courteous, courageous, defender of the helpless, love Jesus Christ. His “yes sir, no sir, yes ma’am, no ma’am” shows the respect he gives but how others try to take advantage of. His ability to uplift the spirit of those that are down by saying a joke that would completely steer your mind somewhere else, as long as he got you to smile even when he maybe down was part of his character. If it’s a task at home or work, Jason would accomplish that task even if it takes him all day. No matter what line of work he did, the word job description was something that’s written on paper, whenever someone needed help he will try his best to help and rectify that problem. This is why so many was drawn to him, he was tough when he saw himself or others wronged but his heart, his heart was bigger than many hearts combined.

As Jason RIP, I have hope family and I know we will see him again, when the last trumpet is sound and the dead in Christ will rise first then we who are alive and remain, will be caught up to meet our Lord in the air. 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17 His salute as a Marine will be to the one whom he longed to see, his Commander-in-Chief. Family let us hold on with everything we got. There is a God that knows the inner heart of man, let us continue to trust Him.


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LESLIE EARLE

April 4, 2021

Jason was a kind and happy man. He always greeted you with a smile and a kind word. He will be missed by is NJDOC work family. My condolences to his family and friends. Such a loss.

Marcia Robins

April 3, 2021

I am so saddened and sorry for the untimely passing of Jason Perlman. All of my memories of Jason were of a friendly, patient , kind and benevolent man! Jason would go out of his way to please . I recall him driving way out of his path to assist a DYCD youth program , wiring the building in order for the children to have internet access. He was our life saver. I recall that he wouldn't accept payment for his many hours of hard work, as his benevolence to help the children in need was his only priority ! Jason will be sorely missed by all who knew him.
Rest in Peace Jason!
My sympathy to Jayme, Zachary , Tyler and the entire Perlman family.
Sincerely,
Marcia Robins

JoAnn Mount

April 3, 2021

Iam so terribly saddened to hear of Jasons passing. I had the pleasure of working with Jason many years ago ! Always upbeat ! Aways smiling !Aways proud when talking about his family! Such a nice and kind man . Prayers and hugs to his family xo

Michael Zakar

April 2, 2021

Jason was one of a kind. Funny, good hearted and well meaning.
Always quick to try to make you laugh.
And a proud Marine.
I'm glad I got to joke with him a couple of weeks ago.
Peace Jason.

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