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Jason Smith

Jason Michael Smith

Monday, June 24th, 1974 - Tuesday, September 1st, 2020
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Jason M. Smith, 46 of Westminster.
Passed Tuesday evening September 1, 2020 at home.
Born June 24, 1974 in Frederick, MD the son of James and Irene “Renny” Smith. After graduating Franklin High School ,Class of 1992, in Reisterstown, MD. He attended Johnson and Wales University in RI, graduating with degrees in Culinary Arts and Nutrition. He worked up and down the East Coast from Boston to Tampa. Jason worked in many facets of the food industry, from catering 2000 person events to being the personal chef of Boston Red Sox Shortstop, Nomar Garciaparra and most recently at Star Boggs in West Hampton Beach, NY. Jason had a strong love of his family and friends, always loved a good laugh, and never lost his adventurous spirit. He enjoyed traveling, skydiving, and scuba diving whenever he was near the water. He was also an avid sports fan of the Baltimore Ravens and Boston Red Sox. Surviving him in addition to his parents are children Madeline and Lily; and his brother Justin, Jared, Mark and Matthew Smith. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Donations may be made to the family to help defray funeral costs https://www.gofundme.com/f/memorial-fund-for-jason-michael-smith?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf%20share-flow-1&fbclid=IwAR1BTr111AsoThjoDCe2yeNwPR-IpFHUPyxWidknAXFA4zaCNXoVRyWVjr4
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Sue

Posted at 01:38pm
I was so sad to hear about the loss of Jason and I wanted to send my warmest condolences to the family. To lose someone so loved, a part of your life, can bring such overwhelming grief but the God of all comfort tells us at 2 Kings 20:5 he feels our pain. At jw.org we can read John 5:28, 29 that you will have him in your life once again. May all the memories you have give you calm and peace to help you through until God’s promises come true. Again so very sorry for your heartache.🌻
CJ

Carol Johnson

Posted at 12:18pm
My deepest sympathy to Renny, Justin, Jared & Mark. Also to his Aunt Ruth, Uncle Tom, Uncle Gary and their families. Most of my memories involve the times that Jason was in the prescence of his adoring grandparents, Harold & Ermalyn Crowder, at their home in Mt. Airy, MD. A loving home where fun times & good food were in abundance, and the four boys had the acreage available to run & play. Rest In Peace Jason.
Carol Maisel Johnson
Mt. Airy, MD
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