Jason Lee Stockman
We express with deep sorrow our son, Jason Lee Stockman passed on July 20, 2019. He’s left this world, held in Gods loving arms until we meet again.
Jason was born September 18, 1971 in Anchorage Alaska. A happy and momentous day for all of the family. He grew up in Palmer and moved away but was drawn back to Alaska by his love of the wilderness. Jason had a unique and beautiful connection with all creatures, domestic or wild; they were all the same to him. Jason’s relationship between him and his little dog and best friend Chasper was a testament to those connections. Jason, a kind gentle soul, was always ready and willing to help anyone in need. He had many elder friends. He truly loved the knowledge and friendship they offered. He will be missed by all. Jason worked in the construction field. For several years he traveled all across the United States working for an Electrical/HVACs company. He loved to travel and often shared his many stories and adventures. Jason’s little buddy Chasper has been adopted by his good friend Robin who understands the relationship he had with his little four-legged companion.
He has left behind his mother and stepfather, Margaret and Ted Tebo, twin sister Memory Marsh, along with big brother Chad Stockman and their families. He leaves behind his good friend and nephew Michael A. Stockman, stepsisters Willow and Amy Tebo, aunts and uncles; Lucille Stockman, Gwen and Kit Mattoon, Bill and Gloria Holcomb, Ralph Holcomb, Jim and Teddie Tebo and Bill Stockman as well his wise grandpa Bob Tebo and grandma Dottie.
He is preceded in passing by his biological father Terry Stockman and grandparents Bill and Ann Holcomb.
As a tribute to our son, a private service will be held.