In Memory

Jason Love

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11/23/08 09:57 AM #1    

Sandra Wallace (Gori)

I think Candy Keele might know--last time I saw her it was 1997 and I think she was living in Marlton. His mom is still a crossing guard for South Valley School.

12/05/08 12:02 AM #2    

Steven O'Neill

Jason and I grew up around the corner from each other. We used to play pick up football games with Rick Ruggiano, Shawn Callan, Dave Govito and would have larger games with our other friends from Lenola.
He had great athletic ability, but he was a rebel and never wanted a coach or anyone else to tell him what to do.
We had a true respect for each other and like others from our neighborhood we're fiercly proud to be from Lenola.
I could tell many stories of partying together at the Sullivan's or Brian Rhodes'. I'll save them to tell over a can of Old Milwaukee. I'll share this... Jay,Doug Bly, and Tony Ziz had the most infectous smiles. I miss them all so much.
At Jay's funeral our childhood friend Corey sang " Time of your life " by Green Day. Everytime I hear it I think of him. He lived about 200 yrs of life in the short time he was here. He didn't shortchange himself.

08/13/09 09:30 AM #3    

Jeanine Lennox (Reilly)

I remember ice skating with Jason at Strawbridge lake. He always had a smile on his face and his laugh was infectious. Our group from Lenola School had a bond that always made us look out for one another. I knew I could always count on Jason throughout my years in Moorestown, no questions asked. It was just the guy that he was.

08/13/09 07:30 PM #4    

Lisa Smith (Czepiel)

Like Steve, I have great memories of growing up with Jason in Lenola. Jason, Michelle, Rick, Dave, Shawn, Steve, me, and a bunch of others had a great childhood in the 70's and 80's together. We would play kick the can, jailbreak, hide and seek (which was awesome since there were woods behind Michelle's house), and, of course, swim in our pool or Ruggianos' pool for hours on end. Then, as we got older, we would all go to the Rec and just hang out together. I remember Jason's sense of humor; he was funny! He had a dry sense of humor.

I remember standing outside with Jason, Michelle, Rick, Craig, my brother, Bret, and Shawn every Christmas Eve waving to Santa as he rode by on the firetruck.

Rest in peace, Jason. You are missed.

10/27/09 09:03 PM #5    

Adriana Suriano

My beloved cousin Tony Zizzamia died with Jason in that horrific car accident. They were close friends, and they passed away many decades too soon. They were both funny, kind, loyal, and lived life to the fullest.

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