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Jamie Smith Nason

1973-2018

Jamie Smith Nason

Sunrise November 11, 1973 – Sunset October 21, 2018

There are some like our beloved Jamie who bring a light so great to the world that even after they have gone the light remains. There is a hidden blessing in every struggle and Jamie remained our blessing throughout his short life.

Jamie has now left to be with the angels and his grandparents who received him with open loving arms.

Jamie lived his life as a gentle, loving, kind, funny man. He never complained and never spoke an unkind word about anyone. He would listen to his favorite music (Ozzy) for hours, play his guitar, play his video games and loved all things WWE. Jamie also loved to write stories and songs.

Left to mourn Jamie are his mother Rita Nason (Gary Jochelman), his father Gary Nason (Brenda), a brother Todd (Janell), his nieces Allee (great-niece Dakota), Cheyanne and nephew Mitchell, a step-sister Christine Cleghorn (Tommy). Jamie is also survived by his aunts Barb Simmonds, Nancy Collett (Brian) and Marilyn MacKeegan (Ken), an uncle Greg McBean and a great-uncle Guy Nason. Jamie had many cousins who mourn his passing.  He was predeceased by his maternal grandparents, Ruth and Eugene McBean and his paternal grandparents, Annie and Arthur McCracken. Jamie was blessed to have a second family who loved him and will miss him greatly, Sheena, Jeremy and Will Melanson and his "buddy" Jerry.

Jamie was fortunate to be under the care of Dr. Patricia Thorpe for many years. We also want to thank Dr. Lauren Wiley and Deseree for the care and kindness shown to Jamie.

There will be no visitation hours and a private family service will be held. Arrangements are entrusted to Bishop’s Funeral Home (458-1885) under the watchful eye of Charlie Meade. Donations in memory of Jamie may be made to the Capital Region Mental Health or the Fredericton Homeless Shelter. Online condolences and sharing of memories can be expressed through www.bishopsfuneralhome.com

                   

               

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