Obituary Notices and Memorials


OKeefe Jason Patrick
OKEEFE, Jason Patrick Jason was born August 9, 1987 in Plano, Texas. He lived in Colorado for several years but spent most of his life in the Antelope Valley after his family moved here in 1990. Growing up he attended Rancho Vista Elementary, Hillview Middle School, Paraclete and graduated from Desert Christian High School. Jason was a great Athlete. He was a regular All Star in soccer and baseball as he grew up. He was invited by a hand delivered letter to play Baseball for College of the Canyons. Subsequently, he received a baseball Scholarship to Biola University and then received another Scholarship to play baseball at the NCCAA D-1 level for Wagner College in New York. Other highlights in Baseball career included: NORCAL Travel Team, Los Angeles Dodgers Scout Team, San Diego Padres Scout Team, Florida Marlins- Space Coast Fall League, played in Central America for Athletes in Action and the Texas League. Jason holds 2 Associate Degrees, Bachelor's Degree from the University of Redlands and was near completion of a second Bachelor's Degree from Brandman University. Jason loved the great outdoors and enjoyed fishing and traveling to the mountains. He thought Lake Tahoe was the greatest place on earth. He had a love for animals. He had two dogs and even volunteered at the animal shelter. He also had rabbits, cats and anything else he could find growing up. Jason has now joined his sister Michelle in heaven. He is survived by his mother Pat and his father Mike. Jason's pain and suffering are finally over. However the earth will not be the same without him. A viewing will take place at Joshua Mortuary on November 19, 2014 from 4-7pm. Services will be held at Joshua Mortuary, Lancaster, Calif., November. 20, 2014 at 11am.

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