The loved first-born son of Steven and Anne Miskelly, father to Maeve Miskelly and brother to Amanda (Rick) Lecompte. He was an uncle to Alexandra, Sébastien and Vincent Lecompte. He will be remembered by his aunts and uncles; Scott McKinnon (Diane Tait), Susan (John) Hoysted, Matt (Maria) McKinnon, Danny Miskelly, Garth (Leah) Miskelly, Peter Miskelly, Jeff (Brenda) Miskelly and John (Jess) Marshall. He is predeceased by his grandparents Al and Polly McKinnon and his uncle Paul McKinnon. He is also survived by his grandmother Marion (late Clarence) Marshall. Jason will be fondly remembered by his ex-wife Robyn O'Neill and the O'Neill family, Aunt Donna Barrett, Aunt Kim Mulrooney along with his many cousins and extended family and friends.
Jason was an intelligent, industrious, accomplished and well-spoken young man. He was an entrepreneur who owned and operated many businesses during his short life, including Rideau Meats, Butcher's Antiques, Backyard BBQ, and many others.
He attended Georgian College for Business and Accounting where he played goalie for the Georgian Grizzlies in his favourite sport ~ hockey.
Jason lost his way with an addiction to alcohol and sadly ended his life by suicide on Friday, November 2, 2018 at 12:30 p.m. His family chooses to remember him in all the good times they had. Many families are touched in some way with addictions. Please reach out to loved ones suffering from addictions and also remember to give your kids a hug.
A celebration of Jason's life will take place at the Smiths Falls Legion on Sunday, November 18, 2018 from 1 - 4 p.m. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to Lanark County Mental Health.