Kenneth Jasper Obituary, Death – On November 25, 2022, Kenneth N. Jasper, who resided in Tempe, Arizona, passed away at the age of 36. On July 11, 1986, Kenny was welcomed into the world in Brockton, Massachusetts. He attended Bridgewater-Raynham High School and received his diploma in the year 2005. He was born and raised in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Later on, Kenny completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in Graphic Design at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida. He then went on to receive additional specialized training in Web Design through the Boston University Center for Digital Imaging & Arts. When Ken relocated to Arizona in 2018, he left behind a successful career in website design, which he followed with one in delivery management for Salesforce projects.
Kenny has always had very ambitious goals for himself, and he has worked very hard to attain them. It was impossible not to love him if you knew him. He was the type of person who would make friends wherever he went because he was gregarious, adventurous, loving, kind, brilliant, motivated, and humorous. He enjoyed holding court with his family and friends, and he would do it with the goal of eliciting a smile or an eye roll, either of which would have satisfied him. Even though he lived on the other side of the nation, he never missed a chance to talk to his family on their nightly “Kenny calls.”
He enjoyed a wide variety of activities outside of work, such as playing basketball and golf, engaging in various forms of physical exercise, participating in fantasy sports, making improvements to his home, conducting research and study for the purpose of improving his personal and professional life, going on trips, and drinking high-quality craft beer. He landed in a great area and ended up becoming the “adopted fourth son” of an amazing family who lived next door to him. The joyful spirit that he brought into the world as a wonderful son, brother, uncle, and nephew, as well as a friend, will be sorely missed by everyone.
His loving parents, Kenneth and Cheryl (Cashman) Jasper of Marshfield, his sister Michelle Kane and her husband Justin of Abington, and his brother Evan Jasper and his wife Patricia of Whitman are the only members of Ken’s family who will carry on his legacy. Jack, Christian, and Cecilia Kane were very fortunate to have him as their doting uncle. On Friday, December 9th, from 4 to 7 o’clock in the evening, there will be a visitation held at the Sullivan Funeral Home, which is located at 45 East Water Street in Rockland. At nine in the morning on Saturday, December 10th, a Funeral Mass will be held at Holy Family Church, which is located at 403 Union Street in Rockland. After the service, burial will take place at Holy Family Cemetery.