Welcome to the
memorial page for
Jason Edward Thompson
December 20, 1975
~ March 15, 2020
Jason Edward Thompson, also known as Sharule, was born on December 20, 1975 in Long Branch, NJ to Tommy Simmons and Dorothy Thompson.
Jason was a devoted father who loved his children more than life itself. Although he was the only living child of Dorothy Thompson, he was never an "only child." He had many people who were close enough to his heart to be called "my brother," "my sister," or "my peoples." Jason spent most of his life in Long Branch, NJ and was very proud to say Long Branch raised him.
Jason had many talents, but his best talent was his comedic personality. He had the ability to tell stories that would make you laugh for hours. His laughter was contagious and he would find a way to make you smile, no matter what he had just done to make you mad.
Jason is predeceased by his mother Dorothy Thompson and his sister Cynthia Thompson.
Jason leaves to cherish his memory two sons (2) Jason Thompson II of Holmdel, NJ and Zyhir Thompson of Long Branch, NJ; one(1) daughter who he fondly called his "mini me,"Ja'Kyiah Thompson of Long Branch, NJ; an uncle Jesse Lee Hamilton Sr. of Asbury Park, NJ; cousins Anita Thompson of Raleigh, NC, Julius Thompson of Essex, MD, Jerome (Jessie) Thornton of Colorado Springs, CO, Jesse Hamilton Jr. of Long Branch, NJ, Keith Thornton of Asbury Park, NJ, Jessnia, Tyrell and Leequan Hamilton all of Lakewood, NJ; three (3) great-aunts Mildred Hollins of Orlando, FL, Alvina Thompson of Tallahassee, FL and Eunice Medler of Neptune, NJ; great uncles Moses Thompson of Neptune, NJ and Ervin Thompson of Red Bank, NJ as well as many, many more cousins and close friends who will miss him dearly.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks for financial assistance to offset the costs of the funeral services. Any additional funds will go to his children. Thank you!
*Due to the current health crisis we will need to limit the number of mourners at one time, therefore, please be mindful of others who would like to come in to pay their respects. We appreciate your understanding.*