Jason Leith

Jason Leith

Jason E. Leith age 47 of the Lower Sioux Community, formerly of Houston, TX passed away Sunday, July 9 2017 at the Golden Living Center in Wabasso of natural causes.  Memorial Services will be at 2:00 pm Saturday, July 15 at St. Cornelia’s Episcopal Church on the Lower Sioux Community. Visitation will be 5:00-8:00 pm Wednesday, July 12 at the Redwood Valley Funeral Home with a prayer service at 7:00 pm.  Visitation will continue one hour prior to services at the church on Saturday.  Burial is in St. Cornelia’s Cemetery. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice.com.  Stephens Funeral Service – Redwood Valley Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

Jason Earl Leith was born April 20, 1970 in St. Louis Park, Minnesota to Al and Patricia (Lewis) Leith.  He attended grade school in Minneapolis and graduated from high school in Houston, Texas.  Jason then attended broker school in Texas.  He was a top investment broker for Charles Schwab for many years in Arizona.  Jason also worked at Jackpot Junction for a while and at Wells Fargo Bank in Minneapolis. He then returned to Arizona and continued to work for Charles Schwab before moving to Houston.  Jason loved playing guitar and played in bands in Texas and Arizona.  He also enjoyed traveling, golfing and watching sports.

Jason is survived by his father Al (Nancy) Leith of the Lower Sioux Community; mother Pat Leith of Houston, TX; brother Allen (Diane) Leith of Brookline, NH; niece and nephew: Lauren and Nicholas Leith of New Hampshire; half sisters: Theresa Trusty, Maria Doll, Jackie Doll, Karol Bennett and Karrie Hansen; aunts and uncles: Ruby Minkel, Carrie Bren, Gene and Richard Lewis and Jim Lewis; godmother Geri Leith of Lower Sioux Community; special cousin Virgil Poore of Minneapolis; special friend Kerry Hansen of Minneapolis; and many other relatives and friends.  He is preceded in death by his grandparents, uncle Mark Lewis, aunts: Shirley Poore and Roberta Leith, cousins: Dawn Bren, Kevin Welch, Connie Johnson and TJ Leith, and great uncle Jimmy Leith.

14 thoughts on “Jason Leith”

  1. Such a sad and difficult time for Jason’s loved ones. Hugs and Prayers to all who are grieving.
    RIP Jason

  2. Al & Nancy,
    Our prayers are with you during this difficult time and in the days to come; we will be with you on Saturday.
    God Bless… Doug & Carol

  3. I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers go out to the family. Allen the three of us had some great times. Memories we will keep forever. God bless you and your family.

  4. Roland Cisneros

    My thoughts and prayers are with both of Jason’s family and friends during this difficult time. Jason provided us all with lots of fun memories and showed us how to roll with life adversities. I will never forget his sense of humor and kind spirit. RIP my friend.

  5. Zulema Ante Richards

    Dear Pat, You & your family are in my prayers. I pray for God to console you during this sorrowful time in your life. Only God can give the strength, support & unconditional love that you need now. I am so very sorry for the loss of your son. Zulema Ante Richards (HCG)

  6. Keith Benefield

    Jason you were my best friend for 37 years. We met in middle school and were immediately inseparable. I will miss our daily chats, our goofy stories, and all the memories you gave me over the years. Rest easy my friend

  7. Charlott Benefield

    I will Jason always calling me Mrs. Benefield. He was a great friend and will be greatly missed. He will always be watching us from the best seat in the house. God bless you all.

  8. Leslie Phillips

    My thoughts and condolences are with you all during this difficult time. Jason was one of a kind – he was a dearly cherished friend and I will miss him, his laughter and his stories tremendously.

  9. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Pat, Allen, and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Jason was truly one of the funniest and most talented people I’ve known. I will miss you bro! Rest In Peace friend. – John Perry

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