Jason's Story

WOODLAND - Jason O. Nardone, beloved son, brother, and friend to many passed away surrounded by his loving family and close friends on September 2nd, 2015 at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine. He was born September 9th, 1973 in Caribou, Maine, the son of James R. and Gail (Goodblood) Nardone.

Jason worked as a truck driver and heavy equipment operator most of his life. He was employed with Langille Construction at the time of his passing. Jason was born to ride. He earned his nickname "Racin Jason" early on in his life. He had a passion for speed no matter what he was driving. In high school he was the parliamentarian of the VICA club, a member of the Future Business Leaders of America and attended Upward Bound.

After graduation he attended NMTC. Jason volunteered many hours at the Northern Maine Fair Assoc. while participating in many events. He enjoyed driving the pace car and participating at Spud Speedway last summer. He worked several hours grooming snowmobile trails for the Walker Siding S.C. and the Aroostook River S.C. in which he was a member. One of Jason's proudest moments was when he became a member of the Order of Masons Lodge 170 and Anah Shrine in Presque Isle, Maine. He recently joined the Anah Shrine Oriental Band. He was a member of the Masonic Riders Association, Widows Sons-Northern Maine Chapter- Men of Tyre, as the Road Captain. He was also a member of the Westside Motorcycle Club in southern Maine. Jason will be remembered by so many for his quick wit, his love of life behind the wheels of his Harley or on his snowmobile. Jason had amazing strength, courage and determination while living his life to the fullest. To know him was to love him.

He will be sadly missed by his mother, father, step mother, Barb Nardone, half-sister Andrea Cramer of Birch Harbor, Maine, his faithful dog "Tigger" and his super special friends.

A Mason Service and a "Celebration of his life party" will be held at Caribou Inn and Convention Center, 19 Main St., September 19th at 2 pm. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to County Dialysis Center, 26 North St. Presque Isle, Maine or to the Central Aroostook Humane Society, 26 Cross St, Presque Isle, Maine 04769. Online condolences maybe shared at www.duncan-graves.com
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