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Jason Ray Sandoval

Jason Ray Sandoval 38 years old passed away on September 22, 2018. He was a resident of Colorado Springs all of his life. He was a construction laborer.

Jason was born on August 6, 1980 to Samuel E. Sandoval and Darlene Romero (Sandoval) in Colorado Springs, CO.

Big J loved to fish, play cards and watch his Dallas Cowboys. He attended Sierra High School.

He was survived by parents: Samuel Sandoval, Darlene and Gary Graybill; grandparent, Elaine Olivas; brother, Johnathan Sandoval; sister, Jes Robinson; nephews: Steven Sandoval and Tevyn Robinson; nieces: Kyleigh Sandoval and Kahmaree Robinson; girlfriend, Desire Sanchez.

A visitation will be held from 5 to 7 PM on Friday, September 28, 2018 at Shrine of Remembrance, 1730 E. Fountain Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80910. A funeral will be held at the address above on Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 2 PM.

“How ‘bout dem Cowboys”

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This Obituary Has 9 Condolences

  1. So sorry R.I.P. praying for the family

  2. We are thinking of you my brother… God bless you… And much much condolences

  3. My thoughts and prayers to the family I am so sorry for your loss.

  4. OUR CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY R.I.P JASON SEE YOU ON THE OTHER SIDE

  5. My deepest condolences Desiree and Sandoval Family on the loss of your Loved one. May the Lord bless and give you the strength to go on. Rest in Peace Jason.

  6. Desiree, Our prayers are with you and the family. You will be missed “Gonzo”. With love and respect.
    “Puppet’ and Carol & family

  7. To the family, I am deeply sorry for your loss, It takes a lot of strength to go on after a loss of a child and I wish I could say that it gets easier with time but that is not so when you loose a piece of yourself, may you find peace in knowing that others feel your pain.

  8. My love I will always miss you.

  9. Poor Man May God bless you and your family during difficult time.
    It’s difficult having to deal with the loss of a love one.
    May your tears be tears of joy.
    To know that he’s in a better place not suffering.

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