OBITUARY

Jason Lee Hough

August 17, 1978January 7, 2019
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Jason Lee Hough of San Antonio, Tx passed away on January 7, 2019.

Jason was predeceased by his mother Mary Grace Hough; uncle Daniel H. Hough; and grandparents Walter C. and Grace Cavanaugh Hough.

Survivors include uncles Dennis (Jane) Hough; Timothy (Becky)Hough; Brian and Gregory Hough; aunts Eileen Johnson; Rosanne (David) Santacroce; and Gaye Hough; numerous cousins and their children.

A 1996 graduate of John Marshall High School, Jason was an accomplished journeyman electrician and member of IBW Local 60.

Jason had a good heart and was generous with his time and talents to anyone that needed him. He was a kind and loving member of our family who will be greatly missed by numerous life long friends, neighbors and his beloved dogs Barney and June.

A rosary will be recited at 9:30am on January 22, 2019 at St. Luke’s Catholic Church, 4603 Manitou, San Antonio, Texas, followed by the Funeral Mass at 10:00am. Internment to follow at Mission Park North, 20900 I. H. 10 West to follow.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Leon Valley Public Library. Memorials may be posted at www.sunsetnwfuneralhome.com.

Services

  • Rosary Tuesday, January 22, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Tuesday, January 22, 2019
  • Inurnment Tuesday, January 22, 2019
REMEMBERING

Jason Lee Hough

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Claire Dube

January 23, 2019

There wasnt a day that went by that Jason didnt make us laugh. Jason was always smiling and there was never a doubt that he was humble and polite. We are going to miss you dearly my friend and will always look to the sky to see you shining upon us. May your family know they are loved and you are and will continue to be in our hearts always. Prayers to all.

Ryan Ritchey

January 22, 2019

Jason was always a good friend and all around good person. Although we have lost contact for the last few years, I’ll never forget the time we spent together . Thank you jadon for always being there.

Lori Saenz Hernandez

January 21, 2019

Try, try, try to understand, I’m a magic man......this will always remind me of Jason and I can still picture him singing it with his arm sticking out the window of his little blue Mercury Tracer. Although we hadn’t spoken in over a decade, I will never ever forget my first love. I’m sorry you were hurting. Rest in Peace Jason Lee.

Gaye Lynn Hough

January 19, 2019

Jason, from reading the memoirs people shared you found a way into their hearts. I, too, am one. What an encouragement to know so many people were in your life. Before your mother passed she shared her quiet concern with me that you would be forgotten after she left. That pierced my heart. Though life took its toll over the years you were another son to me. I remember the gift you sent me years ago. Thank you. What so amazed me was how meticulously you wrapped it…from a guy that was unusual. It gave me a glimpse into the quality of your character. I still have that cross & will always cherish it. I’m sad you were dealing with so much. I know your mother is overjoyed to see you again, that she is overwhelmingly proud of who you became…and that she knows your uncles, aunts & cousins, along with your friends didn’t forget you. Peace be with you.

Diane Napier

January 19, 2019

Jason I remember the first concert we went to was Scorpion's we had so much fun we loved music we loved Fireworks and our favorite Italian restaurant at Louie's I will cherish all the great memories that we had together I miss you so much my heart is empty Rest in Peace I Will Always Love You💞

GLENDA WOOD

January 15, 2019

Jason I still can't believe your not with us anymore. I've known you since you became friends with my son Joel Garza and you were always so respectful and thoughtful. You were the first to send me such beautiful flowers and a donation when I lost my beloved son Andrew Martin. May God embrace you with his love and may you finally find peace in being reunited with your mom in spirit. Until I see you again, rest in peace sweetheart.

Madeline Hough

January 14, 2019

Hey Uncle Jason. We were never that close but I still have so many fun memories with you. Playing with all of your dogs, I really loved those pit bulls. Going up and down the street walking with my siblings. I always loved you and i really enjoyed seeing you last Christmas. Im so sorry you had to go through whatever you did but hopefully you are ok now. I will forever keep you in my memories. Goodbye Uncle Jason.

Maria Garza

January 12, 2019

An amazing, fun, loving & exciting person i was blessed to know. I cant thank u enough for being a dear friend and brother to my cousin. Gone to soon but never forgotten.

Misty Leung

January 12, 2019

Jason - We Grew up in the same neighborhood- (Go Rams )- yet -I happened to get my first invite to a bbq at your house 10 yrs ago and many more since . You were ALWAYS so welcoming and sweet - we had such in depth conversations . Once - Without hesitation -you paused at at your own birthday bash in Medina to put gas in my car in the middle of the night because you wanted me to feel safe . That’s the kind af man you were. You have to know my friend you are thought of in high regard . I am definitely feeling a deep loss and sorrow for not being able to say goodbye but I am completely privileged to have had you in my life - until I see you again - keep the beer cold for me .

Chasity Quintero

January 11, 2019

Oh Jason. Where do I start? 20 years of friendship. With gaps in between. But we never felt like time had passed when we would see each other. We always, ALWAYS picked up where we left off. I miss your laugh, smile and crazy dance moves ;) Parties, kick backs and a middle of the night road trip come to mind when I think of you. I hope you know that I’ll cherish your memory. Rest easy buddy. Love you.

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