Jason John Asp

Celebration of Life

6 PM - 7 PM
Thursday February 8, 2024
O'Connell Family Funeral Home
520 11th Street South
Hudson WI, 54016

Funeral Service

7 PM - 8 PM
Thursday February 8, 2024
O'Connell Family Funeral Home
520 11th Street South
Hudson WI, 54016

Burial

11 AM -
Friday February 9, 2024
Hazelwood Cemetery

Bayport MN ,

Jason John Asp left this world suddenly, leaving a deep void in the hearts of those who knew him.

Born in Stillwater, Minnesota, to Anastasia “Tassia” and Terry Asp. He was a cherished son, a loving brother and a devoted friend. A graduate of Somerset High School, class of 2002, where Jason made many lifelong friends and developed his love for music and life.

Music was his greatest passion, a flame that burned brightly within him. From strumming his guitar to immersing himself in the sounds of The Beatles, Nirvana, Eminem, D12, Deftones, and Dope Lemon. They shaped the soundtrack of his life.

In addition to his musical pursuits, Jason had a talent for culinary arts. He turned his love for cooking into a career, showcasing his creativity and passion in the kitchen.

A lifelong Packers fan, he cheered for his team with unwavering loyalty, adding a touch of green and gold to his spirited personality.

Jason had an infectious laugh and natural humor. He could effortlessly lift the spirits of those around him. He loved his cartoons. He had a particular love for Family Guy and The Simpsons. He enjoyed shows about history and the unexplained, and he drank chocolate milk like it was going out of style.

At the age of 19, Jason faced a life-altering car accident that changed the trajectory of his life, leaving both emotional and physical scars. Despite enduring chronic pain, he carried a positive attitude, always sporting a contagious smile that lifted the spirits of those around him.

In the recent months leading up to his passing, Jason embarked on a spiritual journey that brought newfound positivity into his life. For the first time in a long while, he embraced a hopeful outlook and a newfound optimism.

Jason will be deeply missed by his parents, Terry Ray Asp and Anastasia “Tassia” Asp; his siblings, Jessica Lea Asp and Jacob Raymond Asp, Sister-in-law Alena Asp, nephew Noah Jacob Asp and his brother from another mother, Adam Nash. He is also survived by his Grandma Doris; Aunt and Godmother Alley Cat, Uncle Dave and Cousin Jena; Aunt Linda, Uncle Rome and Cousins Amanda, Jennifer and Angela;  Uncle and Godfather Rick and Cousins Dylan, Mac and Alex; Uncle Doug; Uncle Mike and Cousin Ryan; his many friends who were like family as well as special friend Kelli Hart and her children Colin and Madison.

He was preceded in death by his Grandpa Ray, Grandpa Wadim, Grandmother Nina, and Aunt Eva “Candy.”

A celebration of Jason’s life will be held on Thursday, February 8th, at 6:00 pm at O’Connell Funeral Home, 520 S. 11th St. Hudson. Visitation will be from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm, followed by a service lead by a close friend with an open format where everyone will be invited to share memories and thoughts of Jason. Interment will be at Hazelwood Cemetery in Bayport, Minnesota Friday at 11 am.

Jason’s memory will forever live on in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to know him. May his soul find peace and his spirit forever guiding us with love and laughter.

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  1. I met Jason when he lived next to my son at the Apple River Hideaway campground. I helped him with donating a bed furniture and would bring him milk cookies dohnuts. I would enjoy visiting with him he always had a smile on his face. Gone way too soon! Rip Jason

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