Jason "Big Daddy" Collins (1977 - 2013)

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Jason "Big Daddy" Lee Collins
April 28th, 1977 - March 31st, 2013
Jason "Big Daddy" Lee Collins was born in Caldwell and resided in Canyon County his entire life where he enjoyed vacationing with his family and friends and throwing parties for all occasions - He celebrated every moment and cherished every breath. He was called home to our Lord and Heavenly Father on Easter Sunday,March 31, 2013. He entered the pearly gates from his home, surrounded by angels, his family and nothing but pure love. Jason leaves a legacy of vivacious love, generosity and larger than life happiness. Big Daddy was the definition of a strong, courageous man - he fought a warrior's battle with cancer and never once showed weakness or said the word quit. He left behind endless precious memories of a loving husband, father, son, brother, uncle, cousin and friend. He will always be missed but never forgotten as his laughter and love will echo eternally in the hearts and minds of every life he ever touched. Jason is survived by his wife Michelle and their children Rachelle and Braedan. Also his parents Chris and Sandy Collins, sister Chrisandra and her husband Ken and their children Alex, Cory and Chloe Morgan,mother and father in law John and Joy Wardlow sister-in-law Karrie Wardlow and brother-in-law Noah Henning along with numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and very dear friends. Jason was preceeded in death by his grandparents Floyd and Cora Collins, Aunt Berva Williams, Uncle Donnie Riley and cousins Della and Leroy Williams. A memorial service will be held for Jason at the Notus First Baptist Church,441 Notus Rd, Notus, ID. 83656 on Thursday April 4th @ 1pm with a potluck immediately following at the residence of Chris and Sandy Collins 24444 Kremmwood in Notus also. In lieu of flowers donations to benefit Jason's wife and children will gladly be accepted.

Published in Idaho Press Tribune on Apr. 3, 2013