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May 20, 2018

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June 3, 2009
My deepeest, heartfelt condolences to the George family. I am happy to have known and worked with Jason. Rest in Peace.
June 2, 2009
Candy and Hugh, we are so sorry to hear of your loss, what a beautiful son he was. Since moving North last July we seem to only hear of news when we think to pull up the Bakersfield paper. May all your wonderful memories help you through this trying time. Love You.
June 1, 2009
Even though it has been 20 years since I lived in Tehachapi, remembering Jason has always brought warm feelings to my heart. In addition to all of his other accomplishments, Jason was a fine musician, too. I was privileged to be his teacher for six years and derived great pleasure from his participation in my classes. He added much to my joy of teaching. I will remember his unique humor, his endearing smile, his quiet intensity, and his support for me and the work I was doing. I am filled with great sadness to learn he is no longer with us. To Mr. and Mrs. Mason, I want to say thank you for the privilege of knowing and working with Jason those many years ago, and thank you for raising a son who was courageous, selfless, and dedicated to making this world a better place to be.

BG
June 1, 2009
Mr. and Mrs Mason:

Jason was a year ahead of me at West Point and a year behind me at Michigan. He stayed with my wife and I when he was applying to the business school. My family was profoundly saddened by Jason's loss. Know that his sacrifice was for a cause that is larger than all of us. Our deepest condolences.

Respectfully,

Brian and Casey Cox