Jason Kittridge Autry
Born May 29, 1981
Passed January 24, 2021
Jason was born at University Hospital in Denver, Colorado. From the beginning Jason showed how strong he was. Overcoming Guillain – Barre syndrome, becoming one of the first million-dollar babies with all of the medical procedures he had to undergo during the first two years of his life.
Jason grew up in Denver, with his mother, Cindy and two sisters, Kristi and Koren. He was adventurous and enjoyed playing many sports. Jason always enjoyed bike trips and skateboarding to Washington park. Catching crawdads, going fishing and camping with family and friends. One of his favorites was playing football and basketball with all of his friends. His love of football began at a very young age and grew into him becoming a super fan of the hometown Denver Broncos. Recently Jason returned home to Denver to visit family and friends. He was able to go to Mile High Stadium and the official Broncos headquarters to stock up on all his beloved Bronco gear. If you saw him around, he was usually sporting it. Jason also enjoyed attending Peoples fair and Taste of Co, watching behind the scenes with family that volunteered with the local live music, from around Denver.
In 2003, Jason moved to Ft. Myers Florida to be near his mother and have a fresh start at life. He perused many different careers including hospitality, construction until he found his stride being a professional cars salesman. He enjoyed selling cars and was extremely good at it. Jason worked at many different dealerships but ended up at Dixie Buick GMC Truck, Inc.
Jason had a heart of gold and would do anything for anyone who needed help. He loved helping his Aunt Madilane and mother with home improvements, landscaping or with any other projects that needed to be done. His caring nature also extended to his love of animals. He also enjoyed playing pool, shooting hoops and going to the beach for either a day in the sun or fishing with his family and many friends when able to.
With receiving the help and support of AA, NA and Salvation Army treatment centers, Jason was able to overcome many personal obstacles. Over this process he made many lifelong friendships, that meant the world to him. Jason learned a lot about himself over the last three years and had become a wonderful man.
Mourning this great loss, are his loving and devoted family, mother, Cindy, sisters, Kristi and Koren. Also, his brother in-law James, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and his many, many cherished friends.
May god be with him and may he Rest in Peace.
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