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Obituary for Jason David Blaylock

Jason David Blaylock

November 10, 1974 - January 9, 2016

Our wonderful son, Jason David Blaylock died on January 9, 2016.  He was born on November 10, 1974 in Ogden, Utah to David Marion Blaylock and Peggy Lee (Call) Blaylock.

 

Jason was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  He was active in Boy Scouts.  He graduated from Ben Lomond High School and from the Culinary Arts program at the Ogden Weber Applied Technology College.

 

Jason was a master chef and manager of Sandy’s Catering.  He worked at several other restaurants.  He had a superior ability to learn languages.  He was well read and could carry on an intelligent conversation on most any subject.  He had a wonderful personality and treated all with respect.

 

Jason is survived by his parents; three brothers, Trent (Aubrey), South Jordan, Aaron (Heidi), Ogden, Michael (Ludienda), Ogden; one sister, Camila Blaylock, Logan; and grandparents, Junior and Laura Call.

 

Private family services were conducted earlier with his father, Bishop David M. Blaylock conducting.

 

Interment held at Ben Lomond Cemetery, 526 East 2850 North, North Ogden, Utah.

 

Services under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 36th Street, Ogden, Utah.

 

Please send condolences to the family at:  www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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526 E 2850 N, , North Ogden, UT,

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Born: November 10, 1974
Died: January 9, 2016

Condolences for Jason David Blaylock

Nada Lamb posted on 1/19/16

Dear Bishop David Blaylock, I'm sorry I call you Danny, I get you boys mixed up, please forgive me. Nada Lamb

 

Nada Lamb posted on 1/19/16

Dear Danny and Peggy, I read about your sons passing, ever though I didn't know him I want to send my love and symphony to you. You are in my thoughts and prayer that you will be blessed and feel comfort at this hard time. I know you are wonderful parents, may your faith in the gospel and our Savior Jesus Christ help you to know you will see your son again. All my Love, Nada Lamb

 

Frank & Colleen Swan posted on 1/18/16

Dear Bishop & Sister Blaylock & Family, We would like to convey our sorrow and sincere condolences at the loss of your son Jason. We knew he had been having some serious health issues lately. You are in our thoughts and prayers and we pray for the Lord's spirit to be with you at this time. Please say hi to Lucinda and Michael for us. May God Bless you and keep you! Love to you and your family, Frank & Colleen Swan

 

Jim & Sharma Stotts posted on 1/17/16

Dear Blaylock family We were fortunate to meet Jason about one year ago. We were able to meet a young man that was here on earth for one main purpose and that was to help people that were in need. Jason helped our family with his wisdom and kindness that we will always be great full. Two important lessons he taught us were to always have "hope" and that people with problems are boiling with guilt and we as family members do not need to add additional fire. Our thoughts are with you Dave and your family. You raised a son you should be most proud of.

 

Dennis Glenn Carlson posted on 1/17/16

Dear Blaylock family. I am writing this to you to say that you guys raised a really great human being. Jason and I first met at Sandies when he was hired and I was his boss. He was so talented and bright and was always good to everyone he met. I worked with him, I lived with him and he was my best friend for a long time. Even though we lost touch with each other when I joined the Army, he was still my friend. He supported me and and was always there as well. Jason will forever be in my heart and mind because Jason was a beautiful person inside. He will be missed and one day well see him again and he I am sure will eatch over you all. He loved his family expecially his Dad. He talked about his father all the timecand never had an ill word to say. He loved his whole family and his friends. He treated my children like an Uncle and nicknamed my oldest BoBo and my youngest Biggie. In lue of that, if there is anything that you, his family ever need help with please do not hesitate to ask of me. He would have said the same thing to my family if it was me so I will do this for my friend. If you have any wuestions or want to talk then please dont hesitate to call either. My number is 8016980689. May God bless you and your family. Sincerely, Dennis, Tieler and Damon Carlson.

 

Boyd Eastman posted on 1/16/16

Dear Blaylock Family, We mourn with you at Jason's passing. Love, Boyd and Luz Eastman

 

Barbara Salisbury Hartmann posted on 1/13/16

So sorry to hear about Jason. I am praying for your comfort and peace at this time.

 

Melissa Penman posted on 1/12/16

I went to and was in the same class at Mound Fort Middle and Ben Lomond High with Jason. Jason was one of the nicest people and had the most beautiful smile of anyone I ever knew. Thoughts and prayers to all of the Blaylock family at this time.

 

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