Jason Feller

Obituary of Jason Mark Feller

Jason Mark Feller, age 47, of The Villages, Florida, passed away on November 19, 2019. He was born in Fairfax, Virginia, September of 1972. God relieved Jason from his duties here on earth. He called him home, took away his emotional and physical pain.  He now has a new pain free body and enjoying his reward in heaven. Jason touched a lot of people with his love, caring, and crazy sense of humor and beautiful smile. Besides his family and friends, he loved dogs.


He is survived by Cathy (Feller) Johnson, his mother, and Don, his step father; son Mark (residence unknown); Great Aunt Kathleen Gilmore, Uncle Jack Baker and Aunt Andrea; Aunt Judy Fitzgerald and Uncle Robert of Summerfield, Florida; close cousins Kelly Williams and husband James; and Kristy Baker. Two other cousins, Jamie Ostroha and husband Shawn Lowery from Arizona; and Ben Ostroha from North Carolina. Jason’s close family mentioned above are residents of The Villages. He loved his family being close to him and was always ready for a get together at his house where he lived and cared for his great aunt who is 94.


He was preceded in death by his father, William Feller of Michigan, who passed away several years ago.  His father was a Marine Corps Vietnam veteran and Jason wore a USMC cap in honor of his late father.


Jason loved music almost more than life itself. Knew lyrics to thousands of songs and was self-taught on the keyboard.  He loved gaming online, playing board games, and going to the movies. He was a huge Star Wars fan and loved the Carolina Panthers. "May the force be with you!"


A Celebration of Life service will be held at New Covenant United Methodist Church, 3470 Woodridge Dr, The Villages, Florida, in January 2020.


In memory of Jason, contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association in lieu of flowers.


Online condolences may be made to the family at www.hiers-baxley.com.

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