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Obituary: Smith, Jason Jeffrey

Age 34


SMITH,
Jason Jeffrey
“Ubba”

9/30/1978 - 10/11/2012

Jason passed away at the age of 34, unexpectedly in his sleep on October 11th.

in his home town of Spokane, WA.


Jason is survived by his sons Kayden Smith (Kayden’s mother Alisha Wheeler) and Ethan Smith (Ethan’s mother Cheri Porter); brothers Mark and Tim Smith; sister-in-law Samara Smith; nieces Amber Poblete, Sabra Cooley, Markie Smith, Brittany Smith, Taelor Wickham; great-nephew Journey Poblete; great-nieces Madison and Izabella McLauchlin; many more family members and several friends.
Jason graduated from Rogers High School and presently worked for Balfour Beatty.


He was an avid outdoorsman, passionate about watching Kayden play football and would get very enthusiastic spending hundreds of quarters playing arcade games with Ethan.

He loved to camp with friends and enjoyed spending time with his family.

Jason would give the shirt off his back to anyone if needed.
His charismatic smile will be missed by many but, forgotten by none.


In lieu of flowers please make a donation to Sterling Bank in the name of ‘Jason (Ubba) Smith’.

A potluck celebration of Jason’s life will be held on Saturday October 20th at the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council on N. Market from 10am-4pm.

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