Jason Louis Zarri

Contra Costa, California


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Jason Louis ZarriJun. 13, 1986 - Oct. 31, 2014Resident of ConcordA Rosary will be held on Monday 11/10 at 10:00am with services to follow at 10:30am at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 837 Tennent Ave. Pinole 94564. A full obituary will be posted at

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Jason. I still think about you almost every day, especially when I am pouring over the philosophy books we used to talk about, and wishing I could speak to you again about them. I miss you. Steve Baughman

Farewell, Good Shepherd. You were a true lover of wisdom.

So sorry to hear about this. I never met Jason in person but we were online friends for years and corresponded regularly. I learned of his passing only when I wondered why I hadn't heard from him in a month or more. May God rest his soul and give comfort to his family and friends.

Jason, you are missed. We had planned to get together and talk philosophy. We should have planned for sooner. I suppose until we meet again...

Dad & Jason - Yosemite Hikers

You truly were the best gift God ever gave me. My faith and my brain tell me that there's a reason you left us so early. My faith and my brain tell me that God's timing is perfect. But my heart tells me it was much too soon!

You truly were a beautiful mind, and a beautiful heart!

I'll miss you each day of my life. I'll miss all the fun and adventures we had together, and all our future plans.

Your beautiful soul is always in my thoughts and in my...

I will miss Jason, his insights, his passion for philosophy, and his sense humor. Sad as I am about this news, I take some comfort in the fact that I have good memories of him and our meaningful interactions.

I met Jason at DVC. We were part of a philosophy club, and kept in touch ever since. I appreciate our phone conversations and meetings whenever I was back in the Bay Area. I learned a lot from him: He had a brilliant mind and a compassionate heart. I will miss him. May God grant you eternal peace, and may you come to share the Wisdom you sought with such patience and dedication.

Hearing of Jason's loss is very sad indeed, he was so kind and incredibly passionate about philosophy. I will look back with fondness on the numerous engaging conversations we had together at SFSU. You will be missed Jason.

Dear David and family,
There are no words to express our sadness in hearing of Jason's untimely passing. Children are not supposed to leave before us. but God must have needed some philosophical advice from a brilliant mind.
May the fond memories of Jason sustain all of you at this time and know that there are close friends thinking and praying for you.
The Miglias
El Sobrante