Jason Nicholson

07/16/1973 — 09/06/2022

From West Richland, WA

Jason Nicholson

Jason Andrew Nicholson, 49, Died Tuesday September 6, 2022.

Jason was born July 16, 1973 in Richland,  WA to Father Max Andrew Nicholson and Mother Connie Jean Boehning.

In 1991, Jason graduated from Richland High school. He then enlisted into the United States Navy where he served one year.

Kelly Gaines Franklin and Jason married on June 16, 1996. They were blessed with two children, Koby 22 and Emily 19.

Jason worked for the Kennewick School District since 2019.

Jason was an avid reader. He loved the outdoors, fishing, camping, and playing his guitar. His happiest moments were time spent with his children, attending concerts and going camping with his son Koby and going swimming and pushing his daughter Emily on the swing set.

Jason will be remembered by his sarcasm, witty “comebacks” and the outpouring love he had for others. I do Know that his best friends and cousins Travis and Britt Logsdon will miss him dearly.

Jason is survived by his wife Kelly, Son Koby, Daughter Emily Jean, Father Max Nicholson, Wife Carol Ann, Brother Kurt, Wife Patti, Sister Dawn Lynn, Husband Scott, Sister Dana, Husband Jason, Step-Sister Nicol, step-brother Charlie and many nieces and nephews.

Contributions can be made directly to Einan’s for burial expenses.

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  • My condolences to the Nicholson family. My grandma was Viola Nicholson(Ira’sister) I grew up with Max and Drew and Delene mostly. The other siblings were well into adulthood. My wife Cathy and I did stuff with Max and Connie. You drift apart over time and we weren’t close with Curt, Jason, Dawn but Dana played for me on a fast pitch team. Jason left us too soon.

    Donnie Dean
    September 13, 2022
  • When I think of Jason I think a 4th of July at Uncle Max’s. A little tow headed boy running around with his brothers and sisters and cousins. I will miss you Jason.

    September 13, 2022
  • I love you Jay bird

    September 12, 2022
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