Jason Terry Mauer

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Loving Son, Brother, Uncle, Nephew and Friend

Jason will always be lovingly remembered and dearly missed by his parents Connie and Paul; brother Tyson (Kim); nephews Austin, Carter and Cayden, Ashley Davis, and many relatives and friends. Jason had a full life. A life full of love, activity and opportunity. This was reflected back to those who knew Jason through his generosity, his boundless ambition and energy. Jason was kind and sensitive to people. When he hugged you, his warmth and sincerity was felt. He greeted you with his engaging smile and spark of enthusiasm. Whether it be on a sled or a quad, he couldn’t wait to get out on his next outdoor adventure. Jason was full of dreams, desires, and determination. He wanted a good life, and he worked to acquire skills and used these skills to become a tradesman, own and operate his own business, renovate a home, and keep his recreational vehicles running. Jason was all about the next day…giving, doing, enjoying. We wish that we could give him a hug, see his smile and hear about his next plan. Mostly we wish that he was still here with us. He is on his way to Greatness.

A Celebration of Jason’s Life will be held at 12:00 pm on Wednesday, August 14, 2013 at Woodvale Facility and Golf Clubhouse, located on The Millwoods Golf Course, 4540 – 50 Street, Edmonton. There will be an opportunity to share memories and stories for those who wish to.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Edmonton Humane Society.

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Harry & Myrna Mauer

Fond memories Jason on your 31st Birthday.
Uncle Harry & Auntie Myrna

Myrna Mauer

Think of you often Jason. Memories are near.
Uncle Harry & Auntie Myrna

Myrna

For Jason
A candle, a memory,a smile, a sigh, a tear
For always until we meet again.

Uncle Harry & Auntie Myrna

Debbie Williams

Only knowing Jason through work he has done for me on my house, the person he was was so evident to me. Always making sure that everything was done just right. The part that struck me the most was how much he cared about the job he was doing. Not a quality you find in to many young people theses days.

My deepest sympathy to Jason’s family and friends.

Debbie Williams

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