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White Funeral and Cremation Service

3660 Express Drive, Shallotte, NC

OBITUARY

Jason Aaron Biear

It is with great sadness that the family of Jason Aaron Biear, announce his passing on August 2, 2019, at the age of 48. Jason will forever remain in the hearts of his two beautiful daughters Tabitha McGowan and Cassidi Smith along with their husbands Billy McGowan and Cameron Smith. Jason's wonderful spirit will also be remembered by his parents Joe and Ann Biear, his brother Erik Biear and wife Michelle Biear and their children Kira, Jeremy, Kaitlyn, and Samantha. He will also be fondly remembered by his extended family and the many life long friends he had that shared many memories that helped to make his life so special. Jason would tell you that his greatest accomplishment in life was his daughters, his passion for the outdoors and his adventurous lifestyle helped shape his daughters into the strong women they are today and will he will forever live on through them. Jason had a strong passion for surfing and grew up spending most of his time at Cherry Grove Beach. We would like to extend an invitation to celebrate Jason's life at Cherry Grove Pier on Monday, August 5th, at 6pm with family and friends. There will be a short service and a memorial paddle out to honor his life.

Services

  • A Celebration of life Monday, August 5, 2019

Memories

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Bryan Wilson

August 5, 2019

Jason was such a wonderful person. He would help anyone he could and never expected anything in return. I can't recall seeing Jason without that big smile on his face. He was truly a friend to everyone, and will be greatly missed.

Sarah Pendleton

August 5, 2019

Jason was such a kind soul with a twinkle in his eye. My heart goes out to his family during this difficult time.

Pete Robinson

August 5, 2019

I remember riding in my VW bug, hanging out a sea cabins pier. chasing tourists on the beach.
Trying to jam at the warehouse with my cheap guitar.
Listening Beastie Boys and Minor Threat. Many more good times.

It has been a longtime, but I never forget. Blessings to his family and friends.

Amanda Horton

August 4, 2019

My condolences to the entire family. Far too young.
RIP, Jason

Commissioner Frank Drury

August 4, 2019

In the short period of time I knew Jason whenever I saw him he always had a smile and a handshake. He was definitely an asset to our Town Services Dept. He will truly be missed. Keeping Jason's entire family in our hearts, thoughts & prayers at this very difficult time.

Bob Joyner

August 4, 2019

The first time I skated the school at Wampee in 87 was with him. Always a good time when I ran into him over the years. R.I.P.

Kris Fulwood

August 3, 2019

Truly a sad day...
I will never forget Jason and his kindness to me as a kid growing up in the waters off the grove.. While others were bullies, Jason was a big brother as was his brother Erik. You'll be sincerely missed my friend...enjoy that great break in the sky brother. .till we meet again.

Jessie Ingle

August 3, 2019

I have many memories that included Jason. I worked with him for 2 years, he was the reason that I got a job at the Crazyhorse. He was my boss, but it never felt that way. We hung out pretty often. And he helped me out if I asked him. The photo that I’m sharing is from the time (94’ or 95’) that Jason, Paul Pemintel, Jason Shuler, myself (and then a couple of other guys whose names I cannot recall) hung out at the warehouse belonging to Paul’s family. I was just learning how to play drums, and those 3 fellas brought it on themselves in their own ways to stoke that fire for me. While Shuler let me sit in on the kit, Paul played his bass and Jason had the mic and was just making up lyrics to whatever rhythm Paul and I came up with. He then climbed up on top of the covered pull trailer for a little extra showman flare, and really started letting the mic have it. When Paul noticed him up there it popped a spark and ramped us up even more. His instant burst in visible energy pushed us to play harder and longer even though we were all already tired and getting wore out. I have a cassette tape somewhere of one of those little sessions with Paul and I. I wish that I had some kind of recording of this day. For me at least, it was an unforgettable moment. And one in particular that shaped me just a little more.

Tony Pennell

August 3, 2019

I remember when you first moved to the beach! We skated together all the time! We spent many days and nights skating at the gym! I remember when you and Peggy first started dating! Thank you for always being a brother! I will see you again one day my brother! Love and miss you!!!

Amanda Renee

August 3, 2019

I remember the day I took that photo of Jason. We had met only weeks before and had become fast friends. We lost touch over the years, but I’ll never forget the times we’d shared. Tabi, Cass...he loved you more than anything in the world. To the entire Biear family, I am so sorry for your loss. Jason will be missed.

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