Jason Ewald Obituary, Jason Ewald Has Passed Away

Jason Ewald Obituary, Death – On December 17, 2022, Jason William Ewald, 51, of Caro passed away abruptly at home. On November 8, 1971, William “Bill” and Linda (Weeks) Ewald welcomed a son into the world in Caro. He received his diploma from Caro High School. In 1993, Jason met his true love, the formerly known as Nancy Marshall. They instantly fell in love and married on July 19, 1997. Throughout their nearly thirty-year relationship, they enjoyed innumerable laughs and memories. Jason created kitchen cabinets and applied finishes to them during his nearly thirty years of employment at Greenia Custom Woodworking.

He enjoyed camping, fishing, and other outdoor activities with his family and friends. Jason was a jack of all crafts and, though he’d never admit it, a wonderful artist who demanded excellence in everything he created. He began creating his own guns from the ground up after learning how to operate them through his boyhood hobby of disassembling stuff. Jason enjoys collecting old firearms as well as target shooting. He liked to play golf, watch the Detroit Lions, and play cards with his family and friends. He was also usually up for a game of ping pong or corn hole.

Jason was highly famous for his motivational presentations that he gave late at night, and he never denied a Captain and Coke. Even if you didn’t ask for it, he was always willing to pitch in and offer the finest advice. Jason had a gentle heart in addition to being a loving spouse, father, grandfather, son, brother, and friend. He’ll be much missed. Jason is survived by his parents, William and Linda Ewald, his siblings Chris (Barb Bennett) and Carrie Ewald, as well as a number of nieces, nephews, and friends, in addition to his wife Nancy Ewald and children Nikki (Kenyata) Ewald, Ashley (Isaac Newton), and Errin (Destiny Gregory). Jason was predeceased by his grandparents Harold and Shirley Weeks, Alfred and Joy Ewald, and Alfred and Joy Ewald, as well as his sister Kimberly Ewald and a brother-in-law called William “Bill” Marshall.