Jason M. Stojak Sr.
Jason M. Stojak Sr., a proven legend, went to be with our Almighty Father on Friday, July 3, 2020 at the age of 48. A beloved father, grandfather, brother, and son, he went peacefully and in the comfort of his own home.
Those who know him would all describe him as a King amongst men, a purebred hustler, the strongest of people, and powerfully willful. His courage was inspiring. He was a warrior, a real fighter, but also a serious smooth-talker. He was the most loyal soldier to his family and his brothers, and on top of all that he was a loving father and a born leader. He led those who knew him into enlightenment. He showed us all that if you really wanted something then no one, and nothing, could get in your way if you fight for it. He was a living example of that. He fought through hell to get where he was and he never quit fighting until God called him home. If you really knew him, then you know the truth in this. There truly are not enough words. We shared a love that was unconditional and eternal. We know you are watching over us all pops, and we could not ask for a better guardian angel. We love you. And you will be greatly missed as a great man and as a great father. Rest in paradise, be free and thank you for our time together.
Jason was preceded in death by his mother: Marla Stojak; and Uncle Spanky.
He is survived by his children: Heather A. Rosario, Candace M. Contreras, Mariah E. Blasingim, Jason M. Stojak, Jr., Amber N. Stojak, Olivia K. Stojak; grandchildren: Jaleah Rosario, Jaylah Rosario, Jayden Rosario, Jathaniel Sanchez, Malania Caderon, Jamie Contreras, Claudio Contreras, Jr., Anthony Blasingim, and Makenzie Blasingim; siblings: Sissy Burkeen, Vicky Brannon, and Junior Contreras.
A Celebration of Life for Jason M. Stojak, Sr., was held at Williams Funeral Home at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 14, 2020. Burial followed at Lawrence County Memorial Gardens. Williams Funeral Home was in charge of all arrangements. Condolences may be made by way of: www.williamsfh.com.