Charles Jason Allen
1970 - 2021
BORN
1970
DIED
2021
ALLEN, Charles Jason, of Henrico County, Va., left this earth on January 25, 2021, at the age of 50.

Jason is survived by his wife, Debbie; stepdaughter, Megan (Jamie); granddaughters, Samantha and Jessica; mother, Karen Conner; and father, Charlie Allen Jr. (Janet); sister, Katie Allen Williams (Todd); sister-in-law, Beth (Seth); nephews and nieces, Eron (great-niece, Zoe), Cameron, Joseph, Christopher, Mae, Lexi. In addition, there are many aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family and friends who will miss him more than he ever imagined. Jason had the soul of an artist and he made beautiful creations that will bring many people joy for years to come. He also loved to cook and bake and used this as another creative outlet. We all wish that now "JaeBird" can see how talented he truly was and feel the love we all have for him. He was an active member of the Society for Creative Anachronism and enjoyed all aspects of this membership. A Celebration of Life will be held as soon as we can gather safely.
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Published by Richmond Times-Dispatch on Jan. 31, 2021.
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Jason was one of my best friends in high school. Living only a few doors away, we spent a lot of time together, and made many lasting memories. I was very happy to have been able to reconnect with him on fb, before losing touch again. Thank you, Wayne, for letting me know. I will miss him forever. Zee
Zee (Chad) Metheny
March 28, 2021
Jason knew me as Donnie Steiner. I haven´t seen him in 30 years and am shocked to have been forwarded his obit by my sister. Rest In Peace old friend. You were taken way too young! You will be missed. I´ve been searching for you on FB.
Don Steiner-LaRoue
February 3, 2021
James Riley & Victoria Caplan
January 31, 2021
Love you and will miss our rousing conversations
Tiffany
January 31, 2021
One of my favorite memories was when Jason was around three I made him a pair of flannel pajamas.He was so excited he would not take them off. My husband Charlie coached Jason's little league baseball team and his Great Grandfather Wilson came to watch the game. Jason was playing 1st base and decided to sit on the equipment shed to watch. His Great Grandfather shouted what are you doing boy and Jason gave everyone a big smile. Around the same time Jason spent the night with us and had a bed upstairs. Katie had a bad cough and was in bed with us. Jason came running down the steps big eyed a ghost comic book had fallen out of the closet right beside him. I hung my precious salt flour ornament on my tree this Christmas and told Charlie it was the last one Main and Katie had painted with me. I will always treasure the blown glass ornament Jason made for me.
Page Robinson
January 31, 2021
My condolences to the family. Jason was a gift to all that knew him. His talent was endless. I always loved him from a young boy. Rest in Peace JayBird.
Lynn Marshall
January 31, 2021