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In loving memory of
Jason Thomas Pemberton
  • August 05, 1983
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  • February 05, 2012

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Jason Thomas Pemberton, 28, of Daytona Beach died Sunday, February 5, 2012.  Jason was born August 5, 1983 in Brewton, Alabama to Angelia and Marion Pemberton.  He served his country with the United States Army during Iraqi Freedom.  Private family services will be held

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  1. Ryan Prescott posted an image:
    14 Feb 2023
    A picture of myself and Jason that I made
    A picture of myself and Jason that I made

  2. Ryan Prescott lit a candle:
    14 Feb 2023
    Lit since February 14, 2023 at 2:48:46 AM

  3. Ryan Prescott says:
    14 Feb 2023
    Jason is my step brother I wish I had more time with him I looked up to him so much that I myself joined the Army and like him found myself deployed! We had and have so much in common it is unreal I named my first son after him I wish he could have met his uncle. Not all wounds are visible, ;IGY6 Till Valhalla
    Love always brother You will always be missed!

  4. Hank says:
    03 Aug 2012
    We had a wonderful time drunig our session with Aika! The pictures turned out better then we could have imagined! Can't wait for our next session!

  5. Amanda Rodgers Jones (Mandy) says:
    20 Feb 2012
    Jason was good person and friend.I knew Jason prior to his service of our country. He always had something to say,LOL fast cars, motorcycles. He could always make me laugh with that sneaky little smirky smile. He will be missed. I will always cherish the memories, the laughs we all shared. My thoughts and prayers for Jason's family and loved ones...

  6. rick lange says:
    11 Feb 2012
    I live down stairs from jason while he was in Daytona. We became close friends. Im the same age as his dad was. The reason for these words is that became a hero to me. Jason was a man who loved his country and would give you the shirt off his back. I loved him very much . We hugged all the time. Jason , rest well my friend. I will pray for you every day of my life. It hurts. Rest well my brother. Love you , Rick

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