Jason Freeman Obituary, Death – On November 27, 2022, Jason Matthew Freeman, who resided in Stafford, Virginia, passed away for reasons that were not immediately clear. In Wellsville, New York, on November 15, 1986, he was brought into the world by his parents, David and Deborah Freeman. In Knoxville, Pennsylvania, where he spent his childhood, Jason was the seventh child out of a total of 10 children. His family was close-knit and full of love. In addition to receiving his education at home, he assisted his grandparents on the farm, his father in the operation of his HVAC business, and the person who remembers him most warmly in the shop, Jason’s brother Jamie.
At the age of 19, Jason moved away from Pennsylvania in order to join the United States Navy. Jason served his country honorably in the United States Navy from 2006 through 2011, during which time he was stationed in Gulfport, Mississippi with the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 1 (NMCB1) in the capacity of Builder. During his time serving in the Seabees, Jason went on multiple deployments to different countries, including Iraq, Afghanistan, and Timor-Leste, among others. He frequently boasted about the things he had accomplished throughout that time period.
Deana Rasnick was the one who changed Jason’s life forever when they first met on December 21, 2010. They got married only two and a half months later, in March of 2011, and announced that they were expecting their first child by June of that same year. In 2011, Jason made the decision to leave the military so that he could concentrate on his rapidly expanding family. After completing his last tour in September 2011, he then separated from the military and went back to his wife, Deana, where he eagerly awaited the birth of their child. After Jason got out of the service, he decided to be a stay-at-home dad for a while before going back to work in 2017.
One of the happiest and proudest days of Jason’s life was in February 2012, when he became a father for the first time to his son Conor. Soon after Conor’s introduction to the world, in June 2013, Jason became a father for the second time, to his daughter Teagan. Jason’s joy at being a parent was boundless, and he couldn’t love or be proud of his family any more than he did. His entire life centered on them, and they did the same for him in theirs.
Jason was an avid practitioner of every day carry (EDC), which meant that he constantly had his pockets stocked with various equipment to ensure that he was ready for anything that might come his way. The highlight of Jason’s EDC was undoubtedly his extensive watch collection. He had 25 timepieces, several of which he had constructed and modified himself in order to make them uniquely his own, an accomplishment of which he was extremely pleased. Jason was an avid fan of many things, including the past, a wide variety of anime programs, Factory Five racing, all things Mustang, legos, James Bond, and video games, particularly The Legend of Zelda.
He also enjoyed reading fantasy fiction novels, particularly the Wheel of Time book series. Everyone who knew him could not help but like the fact that he retained his childlike qualities till the very end. People will always remember Jason for his one-of-a-kind personality, his eagerness to assist everyone who needed it, his stunning blue eyes, charming smile, and infectious laugh, as well as his undying love and admiration for his family. He was devoted not only to his wife and children, but also to his friends and his job. Those who had the honor of calling him a friend are left with a gaping hole in their hearts after his passing.