Jason Williams Stanley died on Friday, July 31, 2020 in Tampa Florida.
Jason stole our hearts in the early hours of February 13, 1997,
in Ocoee, Florida. We will always cherish the blessing of that day.
He was a happy boy who loved following his big brother, John around. They would play baseball, football and manhunt in the neighborhood. Jason was a good athlete; playing soccer, football, and baseball. His Little League Coaches deemed him the "Utility Player," because he exceledl in multiple positions. We loved watching him play!
In school he did well academically, but was probably known best for both his keen sense of humor and fashion. The boy had lots of shoes!! He enjoyed socializing with his friends and classmates.
As he got older, his interests changed. He loved music, art, thrifting, and even wrote some poetry. Along with his quirky sense of humor he always tried to help others see the best in themselves. We know Jason was encouraging others and has touched many lives. This makes us very proud.
We are deeply heatbroken and will miss him dearly. Thank you to the many friends and family who have reached out and shared their heartfelt condolences. We are blessed with the comfort this brings. So thank you all for your love and support.
Jason is survived by his parents, Bonnie Williams and John Stanley Sr., his brother, John Stanley Jr. and nephew, Brooks and neice, Sofia Stanley.
We are hoping to hold a Memorial Service at a later date this month at Discovery Church Winter Garden Florida.