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Hampton Vaughan Crestview Funeral Home & Memorial Park

1917 Archer City Hwy, Wichita Falls, TX

OBITUARY

Jason Lynn Reed

March 29, 1971September 24, 2019
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Jason Lynn Reed, 48, of Graham, passed away on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at his home. A Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at 11:00 AM at Hampton Vaughan Crestview Funeral Home in Wichita Falls. Visitation will be from 6 – 8 PM, Monday, September 31, 2019 at the funeral home. Jason was born on March 29, 1971 in Wichita Falls to Tom Reed and Connie Allen Reed. He grew up racing BMX bikes and playing football as a kicker for Rider High School. Jason married Cindy Caskey on December 31, 2009 in Graham. He loved to hit golf balls and owned and operated J. Reed Lawn Care and More doing the yard work he loved. He had lived in Graham for 10 years moving from Wichita Falls. He was preceded in death by his grandparents: Brownie and Thomas Reed and Oletha and Jessie Allen. Survivors include his wife: Cindy Reed of Graham; his parents: Tom Reed of Plano, Texas and Connie Reed of Wichita Falls; children: Corbin (Baby boy) Hendrix and fiancé Samantha Blake of Wichita Falls, Jacee Reed of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Richie Parker of Dallas, Texas, Kristin and husband Kevin Strawbridge of Graham, and Tyler Fore of Wichita Falls; grandchildren: Lilah Blake and Grayson Daniel; his siso: Kelly Reed of Wichita Falls; his only niece Kandace Mandace; great- nephew: Boozum Blaine; aunt: Rayma Molock; and cousins: Pam, Sharon, Donna, Willie, Bridgett, Trevor, Heather, Ken, Ginger and husband Billy Mann. The family asks that donations be made to Solaris Hospice and to texasbmxhalloffame.org. Online condolences may be made at hamptonvaughancrestview.com.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, September 30, 2019
  • Memorial Service Tuesday, October 1, 2019

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Zane Maulden

September 29, 2019

First and foremost to the family and friends of J. Reed i send my deepest condolences and love to each and everyone of you.

J. Reed to me was a ray of sunshine. When he would walk in the door he was always ear to ear grinning and the room would light up with positive energy. From the minute I met J. Reed, I knew he was a one of a kind. I have never met a person so caring, loving, happy, and selfless in my entire life. J. Reed never liked seeing me down or anyone for that matter. When he would stop by for a visit I would light up like a kid on christmas and immediately go hug and kiss his cheek. More recently he had stopped for a quick visit and as always he when i see him i jump up and go hug him hard and give him a kiss on the cheek. but this time when i went to hug him I am having to choke back tears. and he looked at me and said "I am going to be ok" then he grabbed by the shoulders and said "I want to give you something to remember me by"... Even though we all know that J.Reed is one unforgettable person and that is totally not necessary he wanted me to have something of his. He comes back in and he has a necklace with a pendant on it in his hands and he puts it on me and told me that he wanted me to have it because he appreciated my friendship. I hugged him tight and kissed his cheek and kept hugging him for what seemed like 5 minutes and neither one of us seemed to want to let go. It was like he knew it was going to be the last time I saw him. But he still kept that positive attitude and went on his way with a smile talking about future plans. Now I don't know how important this necklace and pendant is to him or not but I will tell you I will cherish this necklace forever and it means the world to me . J. Reed thank you for being you and being a friend, we were all so lucky to have an amazing man such as yourself grace our lives. It was an honor and a pleasure my friend. Rest easy my dude. I love you, bro. <3

Carrie Gutierrez

September 27, 2019

Just 5 mins ago i was telling my husband that it still seemed unreal to never see and hear the chaotic craziness that is jason. Then reality hit like a ton of rocks when i seen his picture and obituary. I wasnt prepared to see him. First i was happy cuz he looked same as when we met. Then my heart sank when i realized i would never again sit and listen to his endless stories and never again would i have to lecture him and my husband for their shared craziness. Im goin to miss that. Till we meet again, dont be to ......up there! Stay crazy.

Jason Gutierrez

September 25, 2019

Well...unfortunately I had only recently met Jason. But during this short amount of time we quickly formed a very tight bond. It's not often that you cross paths with someone like Jason. We were like two peas in a pod. Everytime we hung out it was always spent making each other laugh. It was never a dull moment with him. If I ever needed ANYTHING then I always knew I could count on him. Even though I had just met him, I considered him my brother. Damn I already miss you so much, bro. You're a true-blue solid dude...a true friend. My world just got a little bit duller without you around. One love, baby! RIP bro. See you again someday. I love you, brother.

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