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Roselawn Funeral Home & Memorial Gardens

1000 S Highway 175, Seagoville, TX

OBITUARY

Jason Robert Erwin

July 3, 1984October 29, 2019
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Jason Robert Erwin Born July 3, 1984 to Robert L. Erwin Jr and Mary Erwin in Dallas, Texas. He passed away October 29, 2019 in Dallas, Texas.

Those left to cherish his memory is his Parents, his sister, Amy Erwin, Fiancé, Jessica Corbin along with many other family and friends.

Jason attended Seagoville High School where he was Drum Major in the Marching Band. He also attended the Art Institute and Eastfield College. Jason was a hard worker and received the Top Booker & Robert Peterson award while working for All My Sons Moving & Storage.

Jason had many hobbies that he loved such as obtaining Star Wars collectables. Art, especially drawing where he was perfecting his talent at the Art Institute and Music, expressing himself and where he excelled in playing multiple instruments such as bass guitar, clarinet and baritone. Jason was such a kind soul and will be missed dearly by all that knew him.

In lieu of flowers please donate to the Alzheimers Association.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, November 2, 2019

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Edward Wallen

November 10, 2019

Jason... I love you man. You are my best friend. My brother. Everyone keeps asking if I'm ok, I say I am - but I'm not. I don't like to share my feelings, but you need to know.
I still talk to you every day, it's just a one sided conversation. It's still hard to believe that you are gone.
I will see what you are doing when I see a beautiful sunrise or sunset, I know you would have painted it. Till I see you again my friend... I love and miss you.

Jessica Hardy

November 2, 2019

Jason was such a sweet person. He will truly be missed. Our prayers are with you and your family.

Kenon Furlong

November 1, 2019

I met Jason only a handful of times when visiting corporate All My Sons. He was a leader amongst his peers and always had the biggest smile on his face. He will be dearly missed by his co-workers, friends and family. My heartfelt condolences to everyone that new him. Take solace in knowing that he is now with Lord and that he will always be watching over us.

Ken Vadnais

October 31, 2019

Jason has been working with me for almost three years in Little Rock. He was a fun, happy go lucky individual who loved to help All My Sons customers. We grew to be great friends and he will be missed each and everyday at All My Sons!

James Finner

October 31, 2019

Good Lord what a great person, man, and friend. My heart goes out to your loved ones. Your friends feel the loss as well as I do. You quickly helped someone with a problem. You cared. We spent so many hours laughing on the game getting our butts kicked. We still had fun! Mostly because of you. We even got Edward to play when he didn't want to. I was just watching the dance challenge video the other day wondering how you were doing. Thank the Lord I ever got the chance to spend time and laugh with you. Rest in peace.

Jarrod Durst

October 30, 2019

Jason was the best of all of us he loved everyone no matter what. Jason will always be a inspiration to me to love everyone no matter the circumstance. I love this man to the moon and back and hope to see him in the next life.

Peggy Rial

October 30, 2019

I met Jason many years ago when my grandson, Steve Hartley, worked with him at McDonalds. I was honored by him calling me Nana like Steve did. Jason was Godfather to Steve's twins, Gavin and Colin. All of our family loved and thought fondly of Jason. My prayers and condolences to his family. RIP Jason.

Stephen Green

October 30, 2019

I never had the pleasure of meeting Jason in person, but I know him from the Star Wars community. Jason will be greatly missed. I’d like to extend my prayers and condolences to Jason’s family and loved ones during this time of mourning.

Tim Lawson

October 30, 2019

Tim Lawson

October 30, 2019

I met Poppa (Jason) online in Star Wars collector groups. Our friendship evolved and i got to be a part of his life via video chats and a brotherhood of the collectors community. The short 3 yrs i knew him he touched my heart with his BIG time love for people. He was a generous loving soul and the world is a little darker with out his shining light. I was blessed to be his friend and i miss him deeply. RIP Poppa Chunk. I love you brother. Fly high. Prayers to all.

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