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Jason William Burnett

September 5, 1980June 3, 2019
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Jason William Burnett 38, of Hendersonville died Monday, June 3rd, 2019 at his home. Jason was born on September 5th, 1980 in Nashville, TN, the son of Edward Doyle Burnett and Janie Faye Atwood Redden. He was engaged to the love of his life, Pamela Episcopo. A man of many incredible talents; when he set his mind to doing or learning something, he truly mastered it. Jason loved art and was really an artist. He drew many pictures for other people and his family, and he designed and created many pieces of jewelry. He loved music and playing his guitar, animals, and fossils. He had a huge heart and would help anyone and everyone he met in life. He loved to laugh and make those around him laugh with his sense of humor. Jason never gave up in life, and he came to accept Christ. He will be truly missed by all those that were blessed to know him. Surviving is his mother, Janie (husband, Gary) Redden; sister, Lindsey Redden; grandmother, Betty Redden; his fiancé, Pamela Episcopo; step sisters, Jessica Eldridge and Ashton Redden; step brothers, David and Daniel Redden; aunts, Linda Atwood, Jeanne Fields, Cheryl Thompson, Jerrie Goins, and Betty Elliot; uncles Ray Atwood, William Redmond, and Bobby Burnett; one very special cousin and friend, Stephanie Pina; and many other cousins, nieces, nephews, and great friends. Preceding him in death is his father, Edward Doyle Burnett; maternal grandparents, William and Maxine Atwood; paternal grandparents, Hollis and Ocie Burnett; one aunt, Sue Woodroof; and two uncles, Mickey and Bert Atwood. A gathering of friends and family will be from five o’clock in the evening until eight o’clock on Thursday, June 6th, 2019 and from eleven o’clock in the morning until one o’clock on Friday, June 7th, 2019 at Woodlawn-Roesch-Patton Funeral Home. A Celebration of Life will be at one o’clock in the afternoon on Friday in Woodlawn’s Dignity Hall with Celebrant Greg Comp officiating. Burial will follow in Woodlawn Memorial Park.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, June 6, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Friday, June 7, 2019
  • Graveside Service Friday, June 7, 2019

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Jason William Burnett

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Brandon Episcopo

June 7, 2019

Jason,
I never got to thank you for always being there for my mom. She loved you truly. She looked forward to talking to you every day. You made my mother happy and as a son it's all I could want for my mom is her to be happy. Your a kindred soul who brought happiness into a place that was void of it for a long while. I still have the pieces you made for me and I will always cherish them. My mom hurts deeply now that your gone. I hurt for her. She always talked of you guys living a beautiful life together. She would light up at the sheer prospect of it. Your an amazing man and I know your soul will live on forever. My mom loved you with all her heart.....
You were important to her so your important to me...
May you rest in ☮️ and I will look forward to the day I meet you on the other side .....
Brandon.........

To Jason's family...
I'm so sorry for your loss and I hope you find comfort knowing he's in heaven.
I thank you for raising such a kind, warm, incredible man. You should be so proud. I've never done this before but I felt truly compelled to do so. I am Pam's son. He meant so much to my mother words cannot even express it. Again I'm so sorry for your loss

Brandon Episcopo

Jerrie Goins

June 5, 2019

I remember when Jason first contacted us when he moved to Murfreesboro, Me and Mama went to pick him up. We was so excited to see him. I don’t think I had seen him since he was little. We went to see him in Nashville, but they had moved. My heart goes out to Janie and the family. I will truly miss him. But he is with his family now. And we will see him again. I love you Jason. RIP. Janie I am here if you need me. I love you

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