Oak Lawn Funeral Home

619 New Warrington Road, Pensacola, FL


Jasson Skot Smith

October 7, 1971August 27, 2019
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Jasson Skot Smith, 47, of Pensacola, Florida, passed away in a single car accident on the afternoon of Tuesday, August 27, 2019. He was preceded in death by his mother, Barbara Ann Madarena Schlotfeldt. Jasson had a passion for working on cars. He made a career for himself working in the automotive parts industry at Napa Auto Parts and loved assisting friends and family that needed help with their vehicles. He enjoyed spending his free time fishing, camping, going to the flea market, traveling to Gatlinburg, Tennessee, going to the casinos in Biloxi and Atmore, listening to music, having cook outs and spending time with family. He loved to help people and spent time as a volunteer fire fighter at Warrington Volunteer Fire Department. He is survived by his father, David Arnold Schlotfeldt; brothers, John David Smith, Sean David Schlotfeldt (Penny), Karl “Brandon” Schlotfeldt; sisters, Tamra Renee Schlotfeldt, Monika Arlane Hinote Curry (Johnny); stepdaughter, Dallas Anna Marie Tharp; stepson, Jesse James Tharp; two grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews, and countless friends. Visitation will be held on Friday, September 6, 2019, from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm at Oak Lawn Funeral Home, 619 New Warrington Road, Pensacola, Florida. The funeral will begin at 7:00 pm. His friend and coworker, Pastor Jeff Haynes, will preside. Honorary Pallbearers are Jason Jerrell, Kelvin Evans, Kevin Cline, Jeremy Cline, Danny Baize and Douglas Burgett. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, to please donate to the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition in memory of their mother.


  • Barbara Ann Schlotfeldt, Mother (deceased)
  • David Arnold Schlotfeldt, Father
  • John David Smith, Brother
  • Sean David Schlotfeldt, Brother
  • Karl "Brandon" Schlotfeldt, Brother
  • Tamra Renee Schlotfeldt, Sister
  • Monika Arlane Hinote Curry, Sister
  • Dallas Anna Marie Tharp, Stepdaughter
  • Jesse James Tharp, Stepson
  • Penny Schlotfeldt, Sister-in-law
  • Johnny Curry, Brother-in-law
  • Also he leaves behind, two grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews; and countless friends.

  • Jason Jerrell, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Kelvin Evans, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Kevin Cline, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Jeremy Cline, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Danny Baize, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Douglas Burgett, Honorary Pallbearer


  • Visitation Friday, September 6, 2019
  • A Celebration of Life Friday, September 6, 2019


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Tamra Schlotfeldt

September 3, 2019


We have had our ups and downs throughout the years. Most likely because we are both Libras. Lol 😂 These past few years we have grown closer. Even closer these past few months. You were always willing to help me when my car had issues. You have always had my back. I just wish He would have given You more time. You were happy with your position @ Gulf Power. It sucks He called you home when you were starting getting your groove back. It is hard being at work. I am surrounded by so much that reminds me of you. It was especially hard today because I had to call Gulf Power and you didn't answer the phone. I am thankful that God chose you to be my brother. I love & miss you JJ. Until we me again. Keep an eye on Dad. This has been hard on him and his heart.


Tam Tam

ps We will make sure Dad gets the Father's Day Card we found in your car.

Peggy & Jeff Provost

September 3, 2019

It has been some years and not sure where to start. Except Jason was a amazing person that love to work on cars. And loved to help others. And we both loved his Mom's chili she always cooked at his Dad's house. Jason we have always loved you as family and always will. You spread your wings and fly high now. And tell your Mom we said hi. God bless you and your family. Love y'all

Karl Brandon Schlotfeldt

September 2, 2019

To my BIG Brother what can I say other than I miss you. I always knew you had my back if I was in trouble. I can remember plenty of fights growing up but at the end of the day you were still my Brother. My heart hurts knowing you’re not here anymore....... looking back we didn’t do a lot of pictures together but we did have some fun times. I’ll cherish all of our memories the rest of my days. A piece of me died that day and maybe an ache that will never leave but know I will ALWAYS LOVE and MISS YOU!!!! Until WE MEET AGAIN!

Monika Curry

September 2, 2019

I know i am the pain in the but little sister and we may of not always seen eye to eye just know i love you with all my heart and to know you took you last breath with other people around you caring for you i am at peace with that until we meet again iove you

John Smith

September 1, 2019

I Never Told Jasson, That I was Kinda Jealous of him, he was more of the Adventurous One, where I was more of a Home Body. He was also a Brother That would have Your back if you needed Him. He was always a Phone call away.

Jasson, I know I cannot Call You For Help, but I do know You are Watching my Back.
I Miss an Love You!!!
Keep Momma And Nana Until We Meet Again!!!

Sean schlotfeldt

September 1, 2019

As kids growing we were always playing and getting into trouble for doing things we shouldn't have and as teenagers we were always working or swapping engines or spending time fishing with family members. As adults we worked together but their wasn't a day that went by we didn't see each other or talk. Since you have left this world it seems less joyous and sadder without you. Walk with the angels and we know youre smiling down on us. I love and miss you more then time itself.

Shelly Wilcox

August 31, 2019

I will miss you my friend .I will miss your smile your funny jokes and sense of humor. We'll meet again. My heart is saddened i will never forget you. You are the most awesomest person i ever met.

Amy Schlotfeldt

August 31, 2019

I don't even know where to start...
He was funny, charismatic, soft hearted, genuine, all around good guy. The world is a little darker now without his presence.

Sherri Born

August 30, 2019

Jason will be missed so much. He was such a soft spoken gentle giant, make you smile and laugh no matter how your work day was going. Would do anything that was needed to get the job done. He will forever be the brightest star in the sky! Rest in peace sir!