Condolence: Scotty, you and the family are in our prayers. I know words cannot take away the pain but I live by the saying that God makes no mistakes. He saw that he needed an ANGEL to help him in heaven and that is why he took Jasper. I know that you can't feel Jasper but right now he has his loving arms wrapped around you and the rest of the family and he is squeezing us tight and he is whispering in our ears not to worry about him because he is okay. If there is anything you need please let us know.
Uncle DeWayne & Aunt Ida and your Virginia Family
Condolence: We remember how much the boys enjoyed doing things together.
In our travels people would say they had never seen two brothers (Jasper and Eldon) get along so well. We will miss Jasper and will always remember how well he fit in with the family and on trips with us.
Thank you for the opportunity for us to get to know him.
Alan, Lynn, Ethan, Elizabeth and
Condolence: We had the great pleasure of meeting Jasper and bowling with him when our Christian Motorcyclists Association Chapter-Knights for Christ went bowling after a meeting. He seemed to be such a sweet spirited young man. He was open to hanging out with us old folks during the meeting and seemed to enjoy the time we had together when we were bowling. We are glad we had the opportunity to meet him and spend time with him. We trust Christ greeted him with open arms. We will some day get the opportunity to see him again when we go home to be with Christ. And I bet there is a bowling alley up there that we can challenge him to a game when we get there. Trusting our Lord to give your family peace and comfort, Roger and Laurie
Condolence: We are so very sorry for your loss. David has been our friend for more than 30 years and he always shared how your family has grown throughout the years. He was always speaking very highly of Jasper and his accomplishments.
Condolence: I was deeply saddened by Jasper's death. It's always hard losing someone we love, but when one is so young and precious it's even harder. Cherish your memories and may they bring a smile to your faces and comfort to your hearts. Rely heavily on God and he will help you heal. Please read Psalms 147:3.
Condolence: Scott and Brittany,
It’s notable that when a child loses a parent(s) they are referred to as an orphan, if a spouse loses a spouse they are referred to as a widow/widower but there is no corresponding word for when a parent loses a child. To lose a child is indescribable, painful and heartbreaking. My heart goes out to you. While memories right now may be too emotional and painful with time they will be a precious treasure to remember and to keep Jasper alive in heart and mind, but it will take time. I hold to this Bible truth that Christ demonstrated numerous times the resurrection hope. The assured hope that our loved ones will be with us again but in a new world. Where death, sickness and pain of any kind will be eliminated ushering in peace and eternal life. Hold on to that hope! May God comfort you until then! (Rev 21:4; John 5:28,29; Ps 37:10,11,29) with my heartfelt sympathy and warm regards, Jillian
Condolence: Brittney and family, my heart goes out to all of you at this very sad and difficult time. I have memories of how he was such a cute little blonde haired boy. I will always remember him that way. May God Bless each and every one of you. You have special guardian angel watching over you every day.Prayers to you all.