Jason Parker

Obituary of Jason Donald Parker

Jason Donald Parker, 41, died May 14, 2021, after a prolonged illness in Saginaw MI.

Jason “Parker” as he like to be called, was a loving and witty father, son, brother, cousin, nephew, uncle and friend.  He left this world, sadly, way too early last Friday May 14, 2021 at age 41.

Jason was born in Saginaw, MI in 1980 to mother, Suzanne Parker and father, Donald Parker.  After attending Bridgeport schools, he traveled the state for a time, coming back to live in Saginaw for the remainder of his life. 

His interests included his children, playing video gaming and the outdoors such as camping, sitting around a bonfire fire with good conversation and “tinkering”.  From a very young age Jason was adept at taking things apart to rebuild them, electrical cars, game systems, whatever was broke, or not, he would tear it down and find a way to make it work again.  His biggest interest was his kids.  It was always difficult to find out what his honest thoughts and feelings where on something as he kept his counsel to a select few, but one thing he never held back was that he loved his family very much, most of all his children who he doted on every chance he got.

Jason never needed much to make him happy, he liked the simple pleasures.  He was usually slow to anger and had a very giving personality.  Even at his lowest point he would not think twice about giving you his last dollar or his last clean shirt if you needed it.  He’d literally take it off his back for someone in most cases.  He has always been humble about looks, about money, or achievements and probably never knew what a great soul he had and how much he meant to people.  He probably did not know what his loss would really mean to those who knew him.  Jason was shy sometimes, introverted a lot, and he did not like a lot of attention directed at him.  You would not know it from some of his attention-grabbing antics, but it was always deflections.  He was always watching others and paying attention, he was very intuitive about what was going on. No matter the hurt feelings or angry words, he still always wanted the best for you, always wanted you to be good.  He will be missed.

He leaves behind his five beautiful children Zander, Zoey, Alicia, Jaxson and Camden, his mother Suzanne Parker and step-father Phil Hahn, his step-mother Kathy Parker and his siblings Ben (Julia) Parker, Christine (John) Waltz, Shari Hahn and Phillip Hahn, his grandparents Rita and Dave Lizotte, Nancy and Ken Lerczak, grandma Phyllis Hahn, aunt Michelle and uncle Nick Cooper, aunts Maralyn Jamgochian and Linda Wilder and multiple caring cousins.  

Jason was predeceased by his father Don Parker (3.14.21) his grandparents Bob and Bertie Parker, his uncles Billy (Parker), Donny (Westgate) and Richard (Westgate), his aunts Barbara (Briggs), Teri (Doyle) and Becky (Vespia) and Grandpa Bud Hahn and Aunt Geraldine Hahn.

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