After a painful fight with diabetes and kidney failure, Jason Louis Sprague passed away on February 9, 2023, at the age of 49, at his home while he was on hospice. Jason was a faithful husband, loyal dad, and a kind friend to all who knew him. He is survived by his loving and faithful wife of 22 years, Sarah Elizabeth Sprague (nee Stuart), and his loving children, Devlin and Isabella; his parents, Paul and Nanette Sprague, his brother, Steven Sprague and his partner, Charlene McLamb, his nephew, Sterling Sprague, his brother and wife, Eric and Cindy Sprague, and their children, Trevor Gardiner, and Brandon and Gabriella Sprague, his in-laws, Andy and Karen Bashaw, his brother-in-law and his wife, Justin and Chand Kataria, and their children, Carter and Anna, his sister-in-law, Laura Lazarus and her partner, Shawn Mabb, and their children, Molly, Riley, and Emily, and his lifetime friend, Adam Larry. Jason was a wonderful, caring and thoughtful man, who always put his family first, and protected his friends.
Sarah and Jason were high school sweethearts who met 31 years ago, and it was love at first sight. The couple lived a happy life, devoted to each other and their children and extended family. Jason was a hard working man, working at Rochester Colonial throughout most of the past 22 years. Jason often had a joke up his sleeve for his family and friends, making everyone smile, and he loved giving everyone a welcoming warm hug. He participated in Boy Scouts as a child, and continued his service with the organization as a Cub Scout leader of his son’s troop, and as a leader in Devlin’s Boy Scout troops. Jason enjoyed camping and hiking both within the Boy Scouts and with his family during the summer. Most of all, he enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He was taken away from all who loved him so soon.
Friends and family are invited to call on FRIDAY February 17, 2023 from 4 – 7 PM at Miller Funeral and Cremation Services, Inc. (3325 Winton Road South).
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the National Diabetes Foundation (CLICK HERE to donate online) or the National Kidney Foundation (CLICK HERE to donate online) in Jason’s memory.