The funeral service will be conducted at 11:00 A.M., Saturday, August 18, 2018 at the United Holiness Headquarter Church, 901 Aaron Snipes Senior Drive, Americus, Georgia. Bishop Arthur Fulton, Overseer, will officiate. Interment will follow in the Eastview Cemetery, 500 Block of Ashby Street, Americus, Georgia.
Born May 27, 1984 in Americus, Georgia to the parentage of Kenny and Debra Kearse. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Al and Alma Hardy of Donalsonville, Georgia, Ruth and Latson Kearse of Americus, Georgia, a brother, Infant Timothy Michael Kearse, and his aunt, Angela Kearse Johnson.
Jason was educated in the public schools of Sumter County and South Georgia Technical College. He was employed with Magnolia Manor in the housekeeping department, Fred's and Roses department stores as a stocker.
Jason was well known for his heartfelt concern and love for others, often putting others before himself. He knew no strangers. Once he met you, he never forgot you. He poured out his love unselfishly to his family and friends; especially his nieces and sisters. There was nothing he wouldn't do for them. He had one of the greatest senses of humor. If you weren't laughing when he came up, you were laughing when he left. He loved making people laugh.
Jason fought a good fight and kept his faith until the very end. His confession was, "I am an overcomer by the blood of the Lamb." Even during his illness, he never changed it or wavered from it, but confessed it even more. Even when the doctor's report was not good, and no matter how he felt, he declared, "I am an overcomer." He attended United Holiness Church.
Along with his parents, Kenny and Debra, he leaves to cherish his fond and heartfelt memories: two sisters, Adrienne Kearse and Sarah Kearse Walters (her husband Damian) of Americus, Georgia; three nieces, Victoria and Alexia Robinson and Damya Olivia Walters, all of Americus, Georgia; his aunts, Joan Martin, Daytona Beach, Florida, Priscilla Patterson, Americus, Georgia; and one uncle, Nathan Johnson of Alexandria, Virginia; a step-uncle, Alex Hardy; a godson, Antonio (A.J.) Haynes, Jr.; devoted friends, George Wilcher, Jr., Obie Lyles, Kareem Adams, Naye Sandford, Shannon Cobbs, Toni Stallworth and Greg Muff, Stephone Milledge, Jr.; and a host of great aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.