Jason C. Sales

July 29, 1978April 16, 2018

Jason Curtis Sales, 39 of Inwood, West Virginia, passed away on April 16, 2018. Born on July 29, 1978 in Olney, Maryland, he was the son of Terry and Diane Sales. Jason was a licensed Journeyman Electrician for 25 years. His favorite pastimes were working on cars and playing basketball. In addition to his parents, he will be missed by his brother, Lance Sales and wife, Jeni; children: Trenton Sales, Destiny Swisher, Jordan Sales and Jayden Sales; nephew, Kaleb Sales; and paternal Grandmother, Amanda Sales. He was preceded in death by paternal grandfather, Allen Sales; and maternal grandparents, Vincent and Betty Schulze. A memorial service will be held at a later date.


Jason C. Sales

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Courtney Whittington

April 27, 2018

Jason, we said goodbye to you on Friday. This still dosent seem real. You were my 1st love and the father of my son. I will forever miss you and your laugh and smile. Im so happy I got to spend the years with you that I did. I will never 4get any of it. Love u 4ever and always.

Michele Olson

April 22, 2018

Aunt Diane, I am so sorry.
Sending love and prayers.

Stephen Herold

April 21, 2018

My message to you Jason.
A long time ago there was a time in our lives that we had spent day in, and night out, side by side.
Inseparable we were for those years.
you were my friend. Best of friends.
And best friends never die.
Since my return to New York, you have always been in my thoughts. I had always been looking forward to our long, overdue, reunion.
A reunion that will now have to wait my old friend.
Until that time comes I hope you found a place where you are comfortable and want to be.
I am truly sorry to all the people that this has effected.
My condolence’s to you’re family.

Forever you’re Best Friend.
You’re DC.
Stephen Herold

Sherry Barron

April 21, 2018

I want to say sending tons of prayers to his children,family and friends my heart goes out to all of you,I went to school with Jason he was always so nice and quiet, I have seen Jason around Inwood several times over the years since school but I never got the chance to talk to him, I use to work with his mom at Holiday Inn in Martinsburg she always was talking good things about her kids we talked about Jason a little more because I knew him from school and I know his children's mom Barbie I will be keeping all of you in my heart and prayers and pray God watches over you and helps you through this difficult time.

Brenda Caprio

April 21, 2018

I am so saddened by this, Jason was such a wonderful young man that i have watched grow up for the past 30 years. Terry ,Diane , Trenton and Lance my prayers are with you I am so very sorry for your loss. Jason was loved by many but will be missed by many more...

Jonathan Coxton

April 20, 2018

My prayers go out to all the family and loved ones. You will be forever missed bro. We shared lots of fun times together that ill always remember. Definitely was a great person who has helped so many in their time of need. Hate that your gone bro as you will be missed by so many of us. Again, prayers to all whom are devastated by his loss so soon.

Robert aka Bobby Sullivan

April 19, 2018

My prayer go out to the family and friends.i became friends with jason in middle school.grew up working and hanging out with jason. Jason was a good guy he would give u the shirt off his back ..we had alot of fun togeather.i could keep going but aint got enuff paper.i just hope we all meet again. Hold it down for us up there..until we meet again Rip Buddy sorry to see u go so my prayers

Kellie Titus

April 19, 2018

My condolences go out to you Mom, Dad, Brother and children. I'll never forget our fun times in highschool. Even though I haven't seen you for some years now, you were never forgotten. May you rest easy my friend....

Tara Smith

April 18, 2018

Haven't seen you since school. You was always the fun guy in school. Rest easy my friend. Praying for strength for your family. Its never easy,but you now are in no more pain,or suffering. Walk those golden walk ways my friend. One day we will be together again.