Jason Berardi

Obituary of Jason D. Berardi

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With deepest sorrow, we announce that Jason D. Berardi, age 37, our most beloved Son, Father, Brother, Fiancée, Uncle, family member and friend passed suddenly on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 while working in his garage, JayMack's Auto Repair. He was so proud that he achieved his dream to operate his own business, doing what he loved. Jason was such a kind soul. Every dog that came to live in the Berardi's home was rescued by Jason. He genuinely cared about people, and loved them for who they were, because he wished the best for them. Jason was the life of the party and loved gatherings when birthdays, holidays, and weddings were being celebrated. This was especially true if the celebration related to his children that he adored. He also loved anything electronic, playing video games, and blasting music in his car, home, or Uncle Frank's boat while hanging out with his family and friends in his free time. Those who knew Jason, even for a brief time, know they lost a shining light in their lives. What you saw if you were lucky enough to be his friend, was a truly generous, kind, loving, funny, fun- loving human being, Jason will be greatly missed everyday by his Father Mark, Mother Eileen, Fiancée Mariam, who is due to give birth to twins in July, his children Jayden and Mackenzie, Brother Matthew, Sister-in- law Alyssa, loving Aunts, Uncles, Nephews, Nieces, Cousins and many, many great friends. Billy Joel was so right Dear Jason, Only the Good Die Young Funeral Services will be announced at a later date.
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