Jason Brian Deason was born September 17, 1974 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Roger and Sherri Deason. He went to his heavenly home on September 5, 2017.
Brian was a good man and was always willing to help anyone. He was always cracking jokes to make everyone smile and laugh. He was a bid kid at heart and would fly his drones to see what he could get into. He and his wife, Sherry, would go fishing or hunting which they both loved.
Brian loved spending time with his family. Anytime he was outside you would see his drone flying buddy, Mr. Jangles, and Sherry right beside him.
Brian worked at Gates Rubber Company in Siloam Springs for 22 years where he earned the nickname "Mad Squirrel". Then he began working at the Roland Casino where he currently worked.
Brian leaves behind his loving wife, Sherry Lynn Deason, of the home; his two children, Bradley Deason and wife, Stephanie, Sarah Deason and fiancé Colton Fletcher, all of Stilwell; his parents, Roger and Sherri Deason of Stilwell; his sister, Crissa Walker and Jimmy Walker of Stilwell; seven grandchildren, Richard Deason, Zoey Nicole, Lexi Dawn, his little buddy, Gabriel, Logan, Emeelee and Emberlyn. He was a great PaPa to these babies and loved them all very much; his nephews, Daniel Bayless, Cordell Walker and David Adair Bayless; nieces, Kristen Walker and Nova Adair; three stepchildren, Candice Thomason and husband Michael, Christopher Adair and wife Shena, all of Siloam Springs, AR; Bryan and Rayna Adair of Chickasha, OK; his special friend and drone flying buddy, Mr. Jangles; father-in-law, Bill Sitton of Oklahoma; sisters and brother-in-law, Jimmie Sue and Melvin Purselly, Misty and Jerry Mitchell, William Sitton, Susan Strickland; uncles Kevin Taylor, Steven Taylor and Travis Taylor; grandma Lena Taylor and many other loved ones who will miss him dearly.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents Louise Deason, Arie "Toots" Deason, Joan Parkhurst and Jerry Taylor and one special uncle Noah Deason.
Graveside services will be held 2:00 p.m. Monday, September 11, 2017 at Spade Mountain Cemetery with Matt Crittenden officiating. Final arrangements were entrusted to the care of Hart Funeral Home of Stilwell.