November 2, 1993 - May 27, 2017
Jason loved his family and he loved his friends. He was very creative, very smart, extremely outgoing and very funny. He had a wonderful imagination and it showed in his day-to-day life playing with his brother, playing with his friends, and spending time with his parents. He had a smile that could light up a room and if you were feeling sad or gloomy that smile and a hug that would make your day . He was extremely charming, quick witted with his comebacks and could talk his parents into just about everything .
He loved to wrestle with his brother Cameron even though his brother said no a million times he still got tackled to the ground because it was very important for Jason to teach him how to wrestle, how to fight, how to hold his own ground. In Cameron’s eyes this was considered torture but In Jason’s eyes this was his civic duty to his brother.
He loved running around the neighborhood with his friends doing stuff N thangs causing grief for the neighbors. A few of his very good friends knows what this means. Also, these same friends would join him in the backyard for larping.
He graduated from Porter High School and that was an act of Congress itself but he was very excited to hold his diploma in his hand but the one thing that topped that off is when he held his driver’s license in his hands and he was able to drive his dad’s truck.
After graduating from high school he started his new adventure . This was to get married and join the Marine Corps. He wanted to serve his country and make life for his wife and stepdaughter.
Jason is preceded in death by his two Grandfathers, Henry W. Hunold Jr. and Marshall J. Collins; grandmother, Emily Joyce Baker and several other Angels. He is survived by his wife Monica Hunold; stepdaughter, Sage Carmona; parents, Stephanie and Henry (Trey) W. Hunold III; and brother, Cameron Hunold. Jason is remembered by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and other relatives and a host of friends.
He will be sorely missed and forever loved in all of our hearts. He is in heaven with his grandfather making a place for us when we come home.
Visitation: A visitation was held on 2017-06-08 at Darst Funeral Home.
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