Jason Dwight Woodson

Jason Dwight Woodson,  57, departed this life on Thursday, March 21, 2019 in Seattle, WA.  Born on July 9, 1961 in Biloxi, MS, he grew up in a military family, living in Mississippi, California, and Washington State.

He enjoyed his work in data entry which allowed him to travel all over the world.  He also had a great love for all kinds of music.

Preceded in death by his parents, Walter Woodson and Anna Hampton   Woodson Melton, he is survived by two sisters, Danita Woodson and Monica Melton, both of Los Angeles, three nephews, Robert, Eric, and William and a host of loving, caring cousins and friends.

15 Responses to “Jason Dwight Woodson”

  • Patricia Jackson says:

    I’ll miss you, Jason. You had one of the kindest hearts I’ve ever known. Love you, Cuz! Patricia

  • Annette Jones says:

    God created family to provide us with unconditional love, support and companionship. I’m most grateful that Jason’s life demonstrated this for my brother Doug and my brother provided this to Him in return. I learned from Jason that family is important and family sticks together till the very end. Jason’s circle was small but those who were in it ……. will miss a life that mattered to them and to God. Jason’s determination and fight to live his best life till the end is admirable.

  • Douglas Woodson says:

    Rest in Peace my Brother.

  • Michael Clay Morrison. says:

    I met Jason about 35 years ago. He had the kind of brilliance that is rare: Humble brilliance.

    So many traits I wish I had were natural for him: Always funny, sweet, easy to talk to, never mean. He always laughs at your comments and usually said something funny back. He did not need alcohol or drugs to enjoy life.

    We did not spend a ton of time together lately but I worry so much about the people I know who are so close to him. There is always going to be a big hole in our hearts and lives because there is no other Jason. I love you Jason. Thank you for being here…then now and forever.

  • Jessie Snell says:

    Dearest Jason has left this world too soon. I am fortunate to have known him for 35 years, and to have shared in the appreciation of music with him. His kind and loving spirit made an indelible mark on me. I will carry him with me, I will carry him in my heart until my dying day.

    To Jason’s family, I extend my deepest condolences and hope that knowing how much he was loved provides comfort in this time of sorrow.

  • Carla Walton says:

    I am honored and blessed to have known Jason. He was truly a wonderful person in my life and I will miss him.

  • Claudia Gehrke says:

    I’m so sad that I missed you a few summers ago, and this news is heartbreaking. Been knowin you for about 35 years, and always a joy to be around. I’ll hold onto your memory next year during the Society of St Anne procession to the river here, and I’ll be putting flowers into the mighty mississippi in your honor. I had no idea you were from Biloxi, which is only an hour from me. I’ll think of you now everytime I go there. Much love to the Seattle Family, and Jason’s family in this time of grief. Blessed be.

  • James clarke says:

    Rest now dear friend. You will always be remembered as a kind loving soul.

  • Tamara Schroeder says:

    Jason you will be missed. RIP. You were a great guy.

  • Danita Woodson says:

    I love you big brother you will always be in my heart and truly missed.

  • Maria S. Israel says:

    For a short period of time we had worked together, you showed how great you are.You are wonderful and is now such a loss in everyone’s heart. My deepest sympathy to Jason’s family and friends. RIP, dear Jason.

  • Kevin J. Ford says:

    I’m truly gonna miss you Jason. You were such a great guy. I really can’t believe you’re gone. Rest easy amongst the clouds, my friend. Prayers and hugs, to your family.

  • Pat M. says:

    Rest Peacefully Jason.

  • James 'Jamie' Todo says:

    I first met Jason through my sister Timi back in 1978/79 when they were going to Franklin High School. I was still going to Mercer Junior High. Jason somehow got along with all of us: the Todo household, the Smiths, and the Zapatas. He really just became part of our family. We had so much fun and often it would become hilarious! A big part of Jason’s world was music. We could talk hours about it – didn’t matter which genre. I feel blessed to have been able to hang out with Jason and reconnect, going out to eat, talking, going for a drive and listening to music just like before. He was one of my best friends. He will be missed by all of us whose lives he touched. Much love to you Jason and don’t your spirit stop moving to the music my friend.

  • Pat M. says:

    Rest peacefully Jason.

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