Jason G. Roman

September 19, 1981January 4, 2021
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Jason Gilbert Roman, 39, left this world to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on January 4, 2021. He was born on September 19, 1981 in San Jose, California to Gilbert Roman and Madina (Braden) Ghobity.

Family and food played a role in creating many happy memories in Jason's life. He enjoyed cooking so much that he attended culinary school in order to share his gifts with the people he loved. He also enjoyed sports, rooting for the 49ers, the Thunder, and Oklahoma Sooners.

Jason’s proudest moment was the birth of his daughter, Malena Roman.

Jason is survived by his mother, Madina, and dad, Hassan Ghobity; father, Gilbert Roman; daughter, Malena Roman of Oklahoma City; brother, Joshuar Ghobity and wife, Stormy of Yukon; sisters, Marisa Roman of Oklahoma City and Manijeh Ghobity of Yukon; grandfather, Ralph Braden; one niece, Natalie, and nephews, Elijah, Ethan, Ezrah, Kayden, and Koehen. Jason also leaves behind a host of aunts, uncles and cousins, and his loving companion of nine years Peggy Oliver to honor his memory.


  • Joshuar Ghobity
  • Kevin Braden
  • Kevin Braden Jr.
  • Ariel Braden
  • Andrew Roman
  • Derik Roman
  • Marisa Roman


  • Visitation

    Sunday, January 17, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Sunday, January 17, 2021



Jason G. Roman

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Anthony Navarro

January 19, 2021

We have known each other for a while my mother has known y’all forever I remember kicking it with you before I got shipped out. Would have been nice to visit when I got back. Gave me some clothes when you came over that one night (that’s when I didn’t have a thing before I left) and you wouldn’t stop lmao RIP

Marisa Roman

January 19, 2021

Forwarded from our cousin Joseph

Here are some words for Jason:

"When I close my eyes and think of my cousin Jason, I see him with a big smile on his face. That's the type of person he was.. always smiling, laughing, and having a good time. I can't help but think of the good times we had together.... a lot at Grandma's house: picking figs during the summer, making plans to get the remote before the uncles so we can watch cartoons in the afternoon, chasing the ice cream man, running away from Marisa when she chased you with a skateboard.... and far too many memories to mention :)

When growing up, I always emulated my older cousin because he was the coolest thing in the world. That cool slicked back hair, crisp tee shirts, nice jeans, and ALWAYS clean shoes. If you stepped on his shoes you would get a punch in the arm. One thing I always noticed about him was he was always nice, caring, and respectful to other people. Truly one of the nicest guys I've ever met in my life.

It truly hurts to be writing this because I never imagined that Jason would be gone; we used to talk about growing old together when we were young. We talked about us having matching moustaches (he had a little work to do) and matching plaid jackets like our uncles. Giant TVs in our garage to watch sports was always the plan; mine being the Raider house and his being the 49ers house.

Jason touched my heart and I will always cherish the moments I had with him and the memories we made. I know he's in good hands up above with the familia that we lost before him. Until we meet again primo. I love you!"

Paul Hard

January 19, 2021

The short time that I knew you you made me laugh..the things you said and jokes you Crack made me insistly like handed me Material things from your possession and made me feel like if I didn't take them I was insulting you. A very down to earth person in my book that I'll never forget. Wish I could of known you better God speed friend.

Teresa Smith

January 19, 2021

Jason was always a big hearted person very kind and would give you the shirt of his back. When him and Marisa would come hang out we always enjoyed laughing with him. Even know he had
his hard times he cared and showed his love for people dearly.. We will miss you a bunch...

Zachary Watkins

January 17, 2021

Jason, you were a beacon of laughter and joy. You had a giving heart. I’ll always remember sharing embarrassing moments together and laughing about them.

You will be deeply missed my friend.

Juanita Luevano

January 17, 2021

Wishing you peace and comfort during this difficult time.
Please know you are in our prayers thoughts, and in our hearts.
Words fail to express our sorrow for the loss of Jason.
Our hearts goes out to you and your family.
Our deepest sympathy 💐
Michael & Juanita

Stephanie Parker

January 16, 2021

May you Rest In Peace Jason! You were always smiling and even though time may have passed you always made me feel like close family! Love to your daughter and family who will miss you dearly!🙏🏽

Irma Sandoval

January 16, 2021

My condolences 💐 to all the family . Another Angel will be watching over the family. Our prayers are with you . 🙏
Que diosito los ayude en este tiempo tan dificultoso
All our Love Rigo , Irma , GRANDKIDS 🙏❤️

Margaret Ramirez

January 16, 2021

It was a pleasure knowing Jason. He was kind hearted and always willing to help. He will will be missed. May he Rest In Peace.

Peggy Olive

January 16, 2021

I am so thankful that I was able to be a part of my Jason’s life. He made me laugh, he made me mad and occasionally he made me cry. We experienced joy, laughter, and shared many happy times. We experienced hard times too. I hurt. I miss him so very much. President Russel M Nelson said in a recent conference : “Mourning is one of the deepest expressions of pure love.” “Moreover, we can’t fully appreciate joyful reunions later without tearful separations now. The only way to take sorrow out of death is to take love out of life.” – My Jason, I will always love you, until me meet again! My condolences to everyone Jason has touched in his life and most importantly his daughter Malena and the rest of his beautiful family who are hurting as well.