- March 12, 1973 - December 28, 2012
- Winder, Georgia
of Jason's Passing
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i have known jason since like kindergarten-we lost contact after high school and just recently like couple years see each other in passing on the street or stores-i last seen him and his wife and friend in december 2012 they pulled over just so jason could say hey to me and me meet his wife he said "this is my old lady i love her" and the dog he had in the car-i miss you buddy-all the crazy times we had in school-may god be with your family-may you find peace
Posted by: patricia fortner - winder, GA - school friend Jan 04, 2013
Jason was my soul mate. My next friend. My strength and my lover. Hev helped me take care of terry how peppers . When he was from dying wwitv cancer. When I returned to winder. On march 2012 me and jason became one and had been side by side everyday since. He was my husband as I was his wife. He always told everyone he had a woman that he loved. Which was me. No one knew the pain jason
Posted by: Denise lowery - Winder, GA - Girlfriend Jan 02, 2013
I have known Jason for 7 - 8 years and was fornunate to always see his best side. To me he was a kind, sweet man whom I shared a very nice association and friendship. I loved his humour and when I was with him I always felt safe from harm. I just found out about his passing today and offer my heart felt condolences to his family. friends, associates and loved ones as I know his presence and essence
Posted by: Charmaine Polk - Winder, GA - Friend Jan 02, 2013
My heart goes out to his mom, Debbie. Jason spoke of you often, he missed his parents so much. I am truly sorry for all the faults he had in him. All he wanted was to see his little ones and have understanding parents. When "Bean" passed it was very hard on him. I was the one he cried with. I thought it would get better for him as the years passed- it hadn't. I want you to know that
Posted by: Paula Marie wright - Winder,, GA - Very close friend Dec 31, 2012
Randall & Debbie,
So sorry for your loss. We can not believe you have lost both of your sons. We will keep you in our prayers. Let your memories help you through the following days and weeks ahead.
Terry & Sookie Dover
Posted by: Terry & Sookie Dover - Auburn,, GA - Friends Dec 30, 2012
I went all the way through school with Jason, we were in the same class every year all the way through elem. school, what memories I have of that. Jason had one of the biggest hearts of any one I've ever know. There is no doubt he was one of a kind. If you ever meet him, you never forgot him... My thouhts and prayers go out to all the family and frinds. May God be with you!
Posted by: Stacy Worley - winder, GA - brother-in-law Dec 30, 2012
I've known Jason (Marlboro) Helton most of our lives. His dad Randal drove the school bus that took most of us to school from first grade to graduation. So marlboro knows most everybody and left a lasting impression on all, we have cried together and laughed together, he has made me mad and made me smile. Thats what friends and family do and i'm glad to call him both friend and family and i will never forget my brother and friend..... You will be missed and loved by many old friend R.I.P brother
Posted by: Weymon Bagwell - winder , GA - brother-in-law Dec 30, 2012
oh jason, you was a one of a kind ,you was like a brother to me for years , like the rest of us you had issues with life , but i never thought you would leave us this soon just last week i saw you and i told you i loved you and missed you but i never thought it would be the last time i would see you . be at peace my brother and i'll never forget you and all the years of memories i have of you !!!!! your friend forever matilda aka sherry
Posted by: sherry mccartt guy - bethlehem, GA - close friend for 30 yrs Dec 30, 2012
Well, I have not seen Marlboro for a long time but he was a great friend. He used to drive me to school and we both lost another really close friend years ago and for those of you that knew him well .they know this story as well. I have always loved him like a brother. Miss you forever.....
Posted by: Kim broach bowman - Cookeville, TN - A long ago friend Dec 30, 2012
In 1 way or another Jason touched all our lives. Some for the better & some not so good hahaha... For me it was a little of both, but reguardless of which it was my life is forever changed my this man... He is already missed so much by so many different people & will never be forgotten...
Marlboro we love u & we miss u cuz... No matter where u ended up, im sure u'll see quite a few of us sooner or later...
Posted by: Elizabeth Robertson - Winder, GA - brother-in-law Dec 30, 2012