Jason Zimmerman Obituary, Death – We must break the news to you with deepest condolences about the passing of Lieutenant Jason Zimmerman, who had only recently retired before his untimely passing. After completing his high school education in 1997 and receiving his diploma, Jason enlisted in the military and remained active in that capacity until the year 2000. After that, on September 25, 2000, he was offered a position with the Glendale Police Department. This led to him accepting the position. Throughout the course of his career, he has worked in a number of different capacities, including those of Field Training Officer, Patrol Sergeant, Violent Crimes Sergeant, Homicide Sergeant, Patrol Lieutenant, Special Victims Unit Lieutenant, and Sector Lieutenant.
He currently holds the position of Sector Lieutenant. At the moment, he has the position of Sector Lieutenant. In 2016, Jason was first diagnosed with colon cancer and began treatment for the disease. In spite of the fact that he was participating in psychotherapy, Jason maintained his position as a Lieutenant right up until the year 2019, at which point he gave up his job. His 19 years of selfless service, which he dedicated to protecting and improving the quality of life for the people of Glendale, were beneficial to the residents of the city. Throughout the whole of his fruitful career, he was held in high regard, but maybe even more importantly, he was an exceptional leader and friend. This helped him achieve remarkable success.
In spite of the fact that he was diagnosed with cancer, he never lost his optimistic outlook or his sense of thankfulness, and he guided his life by the credo “Be Kind.” This is a fact that can be attested to by a good number of people.
As we grieve the loss of our brother and friend who went away the previous day, our department is completely overcome with grief today. We ask that you keep Jason, his wife, and kid, along with the rest of his family, in your thoughts and prayers as they go through this difficult time. We are aware that they may benefit from our assistance more than ever before.