Jason Estal Death, Obituary – On the evening of the 29th of January, which was a Sunday, my oldest brother Jason was taken from this world in a horrible and unexpected way. Our feelings are characterized by heaviness and a sense of being broken. He is survived by his adoring wife, the couple’s four children, his parents, and his siblings, all of whom adore him and respect the tenacious drive he displayed throughout his life.
It was always good to know that there was someone you could contact who could definitely accomplish anything and always had an answer, and that person existed… we suppose all of us feel the same way about missing you as we do.
You may not have appreciated having birthdays a day apart and spending your birthday with me, but I always believed that having a sibling with a birthday the day before mine was the nicest thing that could have ever happened to me. You might not have enjoyed having your birthday fall on the same day as mine and having to share the day with me.
We are going to continue celebrating you on an annual basis in the same manner that we did when we were children. I hope you’re having a good time right now by going hunting at your favorite spot and fishing in your favorite lake up there in the mountains.
I will never stop thinking about how much I love and miss you.
There will not be a visitation nor a funeral service given for the dead individual. He will be cremated, and then at some point in the future, we will arrange a memorial service in his honor so that we can celebrate his life. I would like to express my appreciation to everyone who has kept you in their thoughts and prayers.