Jason Albrecht

Jason Stephen Albrecht

Saturday, April 1st, 1978 - Wednesday, April 8th, 2020
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Jason Stephen Albrecht passed away suddenly at work on Wednesday, April 8 just seven days after his 42nd birthday. He was deeply loved by his family and friends. Born April 1, 1978, he was the oldest of three children born to Stephen Edward and Jean Boughton Albrecht of North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Jason attended Marietta High School and Marietta College during his high school years, graduating in 1996. He was the first Marietta High School soccer player to make the ALL OHIO division one team.

He graduated from Colorado College in the year 2000 with a degree in geology. He followed his passion for helping others and became a teacher at Colorado Community College for five years, teaching the ancient art form of Batik, before returning to Marietta.

Jason was a simple man; he experienced more than most through his many world travels, never meeting a stranger along the way. He had a charming and magnetic personality. Drawing in many people who loved and adored him. Jason brought inspiration, love and light to all who were blessed to know him throughout his life. He cherished his love and connection to his parents, sister, brother, fiancée and many friends. He saw value in nature’s beauty in ways most don’t. He is such an inspiration to all who know and love him. Jason’s laugh was contagious, his smile would light up a room, his love was deep, loyal and passionate, his soul was bright, beautiful, adventurous, compassionate, wise and kind.

Among many other beautiful things, he was an artist, a philosopher, great skier and was interested in the wonderful mysteries of the world with a deep connection with nature and people. He wrote about and studied at length the beauty, complexity, and mystery of the dendritic pattern. He had a passionate hunger for knowledge, studying and learning a wide variety of topics throughout his life. Jason also had the ability to make others feel safe allowing them to openly share their fears with him, he in turn validated their feelings with ease, understanding and compassion.

He is survived by his parents Stephen Edward and Jean Boughton Albrecht of North Myrtle Beach South Carolina, his sister Kimberly Anne Albrecht of Marietta, brother Jeremy Silliman Albrecht and his wife Courtney Albrecht and nieces Stella, Evelyn, and Scarlett Albrecht of Westerville, OH, and his fiancée, Tiffany Neill of Marietta.

A celebration of life will be held in Canaan Valley, WV and will be announced at a later date.

Cawley & Peoples Funeral Home is honored to serve Jason’s family and offers online condolences and many resources by visiting,

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Riley and Sarah Larimore

Posted at 10:31am
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Bill Haas

Posted at 01:06pm
Steve and Jean, Jason was a friend of my son, Nathaniel, who spoke of him often. As your friend, I grieve with you over the loss of your child. But just as part of you died with Jason, part of him lives forever in your memories. Take hope in the promise that some day, you will all rejoice together. For this day, please accept my heartfelt condolences.

Bill Haas

Penny Rose

Posted at 10:00am
Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
God Bless,
Dan and Penny Rose

Molly M. Rudolph

Posted at 07:49pm
I am so sorry for your family's loss. It's hard to put into words what an amazing person Jason was....Jason IS....someone as loved and appreciated as Jason can never be gone. His presence will be felt and remembered for eternity. He's one of those people that everybody feels they were close to because he made everyone feel important and loved. He will be missed greatly. I personally will miss those silly run ins we've had through the years. He was part of my childhood and can never be forgotten. He is a wonderful soul that was definitely taken too soon. My condolences to his fiancee, friends, and family.

Brenda Hunter

Posted at 06:04pm
In loving memory. Jason was a wonderful friend to our sons and of great support to us. Phil and Brenda Hunter
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