Jason Tomlinson

Jason Robert Tomlinson

Saturday, April 20th, 1974 - Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020
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Jason Robert Tomlinson, 47, of Atchison, KS, passed away unexpectedly, Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at his home.

A celebration of life service is planned for a later date. Jason has been cremated under the direction of Becker-Dyer-Stanton Funeral Home and will be interred in a private ceremony. Memorials are suggested to help with funeral expenses and may be sent in care of the funeral home. Words of comfort for the family may be left at

Jason was born April 20, 1973 in Lincoln, NE, the son of John and Marge (Edwards) Tomlinson. He loved caring for children and worked as a Para Educator for USD 409 and for the Atchison YMCA as a Child Watch attendant. Jason truly enjoyed helping people and served on the boards for Project Atchison, Aimee’s Pennies For A Purpose and volunteered with the Salvation Army. He loved Husker football, fishing and spending time with family.

Jason married his true love, Margaret Feek on April 29, 2017 in Effingham, KS. She survives of the home. Additional survivors include his mother Marge Tomlinson, Lincoln, NE, a brother John (Lora) Tomlinson, Jr., Albuquerque, NM, a sister, Cheryl (Roger) Kapustka, Roca, NE, a sister in law, Stephany (Paul) Koci, Atchison, KS, twenty-two nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.

He was preceded in death by his father, a niece Aimee Snapp, and nephew Samuel Tomlinson.
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A celebration of life service is planned for a later date. Jason has been cremated under the direction of Becker-Dyer-Stanton Funeral Home and will be interred in a private ceremony.


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Melissa Iles Delzeit

Posted at 11:38am
Margret & family, I'm very sorry to hear of Jason's passing. Thoughts and prayers are with you all. May the Lord Bless and keep you safe during this time.

Liz Schneider

Posted at 01:33pm
Oh Jason, it is hard to believe you are gone. You were such a kind and caring person. You had a heart of gold and a sense of humor that will never be forgotten. You were so gregarious and never seemed to know a stranger. I can still hear your laugh. I am so sorry for your family & friends losing you. I pray that God gives them strength in the days ahead and that He holds you close and your family closer. With our deepest sympathies, Liz & Dave Schneider

Laura Randall

Posted at 10:34am
Such a good photo of Jason! I love you guys

Paula Wohlgemuth

Posted at 07:24am
My thoughts and prayers are with Jason's family. May the memories you have help comfort you now and always.

Derrick Curtis

Posted at 12:09am
One of my most fondest moments with Jason is we were playing basketball and he wasn’t going easy on me but he was really building me up. He also would always have me play against the older kids to tell me about that opponents and life will always be hard and the only way to achieve dreams is attack those obstacles! He also was the first one to break a basketball hoop at the daycare and we were playing and he just looked and said well we needed a new one I just sped up the process had my dying 😂😂 he also was very helpful i do believe he baby sat me a couple times. We would also talk Husker football and the recent convos were consisted of him saying he was proud of me and what I have become and he said you’ve made it big in my eyes. I was gonna get you guys to a beef game this next year! And I would love for you to come too! I will be honoring him, if you could give me like favorite color or anything i will make sure I wear that or something he loves!

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