Jason Brock Duffield

Jason Duffield, 48 of Waco, passed away March 8, 2018 in Waco.

Funeral Service: 2PM Tuesday, March 13 at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel.

Visitation: 5:00 to 7:00 PM on Monday, March 12 at Lake Shore Funeral Home.

Jason was born on January 29, 1970 to Doug and Carol Duffield in Scottsdale, Arizona. He graduated from National Trail High School in New Paris, Ohio.  In 1993, he enlisted in the US Navy, and proudly served for 24 years as an aviation mechanic, retiring in August of 2017 as a Senior Chief Petty Officer. While in the Navy, he married Silvana, and they were married for 13 years. Jason loved Harley Davidson motorcycles, and old school NASCAR. He enjoyed hunting, and anyone that knew him knew exactly where they stood with him. He was a very straight forward, matter of fact, tell it like it is person with a huge heart for his family and friends.

Jason is survived by his wife, Silvana; daughters, Thalia and Tamara Duffield of Waco; son, Marcos Anjos of Miami; parents, Doug and Carol Duffield of New Paris, OH; sister, Jennifer Springer and husband Arno of Columbus, OH; brother, Jeremy Duffield and wife Jenny of Plain City, OH; cousin, David Showalter of Franklin, OH; best friends, Paul Martin, Jason Duncan and Lenny Kowalko; extended family, and his military family; and friends and neighbors.


Contact Information:

Lake Shore Funeral Home and Cremation Services

5201 Steinbeck Bend Dr
Waco, TX 76708
United States (US)
Phone: (254) 752-5900

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708



Print Obituary & Condolences Print Obituary & Condolences

Condolence Messages

  1. Phyllis Coston :

    Our Thoughts and prayers are with the family! Phyl and Herb Coston

  2. Carl Joe Smith :

    I am forever grateful for Jason’s selfless contributions to our Navy and country. He was a true friend, mentor and the definition of a great leader.

    “Eternal Father, bless Thy Chiefs
    Who guide and lead with firm beliefs
    In Courage, Commitment and Honor bright.
    Strengthen with Thy holy might
    Those who wear the anchors of the CPO.
    O, guard them, Lord, where’re they go.”

    Fair Winds and Following Seas….

  3. Merrilee Pyle :

    So sorry for your loss. I did not know your brother, but he sounds like he was a great guy. Prayers and hugs to you and your family, Jennifer.

  4. Bev Duffield Ayers :

    Sorry for your loss.

  5. Ladonna Tucker :

    Doug Carol and family,
    I am so sorry to hear the news of Jason’s passing. May the LORD wrap his loving arms around you at this difficult time. Peace be with you, his wife and children.
    Love and peace,
    Ladonna Tucker

  6. There are no words to take the pain, no quick fixes no bandaids big enough to help heal the brokenness you each feel for your own reasons. My heart breaks with yours, my eyes cry tears for you and with you and my mind stands still in time thinking the similar thoughts, this cannot be. The only thing I can tell you is this, tomorrow may hurt worse than today but the next will surely hurt less. You can’t love someone for that long and not feel the emptiness so deep in ones soul that it feels as if the pain will never leave. It won’t. It will only be layered with the joys of our tomorrows and good time to to come. Never forgotten, always always💙💙💙 May God pour His mercy and grace upon each one of you. Much love, The Legg Family

  7. Carol, I am so saddened to read this. I can’t imagine how you are feeling because your heart is so big and your arms stretch so wide.

    Find a hymnal and read Charles Wesley’s hymn No. 656. I read this just yesterday to John Hardman at his wife Sonia’s funeral. Charles Wesley will give you comfort and assurance. God has always held Jason in his tight embrace, that embrace continues anew.

    JF

  8. Dear Doug and Carol,
    When I read of Jason’s passing my heart hurt for you and yours. My mind quickly rushed back across the years to 1997 and the loss of our son. You folk were there for DD and me. You two helped us through some rough times. Please know that we are lifting you and the family in our prayers.
    John and DD

  9. Claudia Fizer :

    Deepest sympathy for you, Carol and Doug, and for all who are grieving Jason’s untimely passing. May you be lifted above your present chaos by Christ’s peace and by our prayers.

  10. Dr. Bill Wilson & Jane Wilson :

    Jane and I send our love to Carol and Doug, and all of your family; we are so sorry to learn of Jason’s death. Please accept our most sincere expression of sympathy. I offer this prayer for you:
    O God, surround Carol and Doug, and all their family at this time of loss. Thank you for Jason’s life; be with his wife and children and their family. O God, give your strength in these days. As they gather to remember and celebrate his life be present with them. Watch over them. In Jesus’ name. Amen. Our love to you, Jane & Bill Wilson, Huntington WV.

  11. Teresa Markins :

    Carol and family,
    I’m so sorry for your loss. My the love of God surround you and may your memories comfort you.
    Peace,
    Teresa Markins

  12. Carol, I am sorry about the death of Jason. May God be present with all of you as you remember Jason and celebrate his life. Love to you,

  13. Jason Upchurch :

    I was lucky enough to have served with Jason in the Navy and have many fond memories of our time together. Jason loved his family, was loyal to his friends and spoke plainly and directly with junior Sailors. He was a Sailor’s Chief, a technical expert and an inspirational leader. My prayers are with his family during this difficult time. Jason Upchurch

  14. Damon Rhodes :

    Carol and Doug,
    Blessings to you and the family at this most difficult time. My prayers and thoughts are with you both.

    Damon and Judy Rhodes

  15. Barbara Dungan :

    Doug, Carol
    Jen & Arno
    Jeremy & Jenny
    We are truly sorry for your loss. We pray for comfort & peace during this difficult time.

    Robert & Barbara Dungan

  16. Sharon Hardman West :

    Carol, Doug and Family

    God bless and keep you in the loss of your son. May God hold you and his family in the Hollow of His Hand as you journey through this valley.

  17. John E. Allen :

    Carol, Doug, Jeremy, Jenny, Arno, and Jen; God’s Grace upon you inside and out in this tragic time of grief and laughter that memories bring. Jason was one of God’s unique creations. I remember many many hours of long conversations we had about everything you can imagine. I don’t think any of us know how much he just wanted to please others and fit in but was driven by a different drummer. God had God’s arms around Jason for a lifetime and only a couple days ago tightened his grip to include showing him the most beautiful sights ever created. He beat us all there. And that is where he will be when we arrive at our appointed time. Now, listen to me … all of you … stop all the things of life and interruptions … get alone somewhere and lift your eyes to the light of our salvation far beyond the dim shadows of this life and look, look and listen … is he there? can you see him? … can you hear that ole Honda 500 he had, or one of those wild dreams he shared, or a tall tale he knew you couldn’t believe yet he would torment you to see what you would do. Love ole Jason, yes love him, love each other, be God’s people. Oh how I wish we all could go back to 1986 the year we moved to New Paris. Meeting the Duffields and many other great people were some of the best times of my life. God’s speed, be careful, maybe we could visit some time?

  18. Vicky Shreve :

    Carol and Doug,
    Thinking of you. Loving you. Praying for you.
    With heartfelt sympathy,
    Vicky and Joe Shreve

  19. Doug & Carol

    My God comfort you at this time of loss.
    Our love to you.

    Dan & Elaine

  20. Debra Pringle :

    Sorry to hear of your families loss. Love and prayers to all his family. Dave, Deb and Sam

  21. Annette Carper :

    So sorry. Love & prayers.

  22. The Eddington's :

    Silvana and Family,
    It was wonderful getting acquainted with your family when we moved to Oak Harbor, WA. in Feb of 2006, and staying as friends ever since! Vanessa, Cindy, Serena, and I all send our heartfelt condolences for the loss of Jason. You are all in our prayers and we know that things will all work out.

    Muito obrigado por tudo! A gente temos lembrancas boas com vcs que tereimos pra sempre. Espero de que possamos manter contato ainda pelos anos na frente! Desejamos tudo de bom pra vcs neste momento dificil, e que sobra os tempos bons que fazem parte das nossas vidas.

  23. Mary Ellen Biller/Buckhannon WV :

    I pray for God’s peace for all of you.

  24. Kelly Baumgardner :

    I will miss you brother. You were one of a kind. Thank you for the friendship and guidance, a gift I can never repay. My thoughts and prayers to the family.

  25. I am so sorry for your loss, As with many other notes, I knew Jason from the Navy. The laughs we shared!!! We could agree to disagree which was very rare, but always made time for breakfast or lunch when he was in town. I will miss him. Please know the family is in my thoughts and prayers

  26. Jim Duffield :

    My sympathies and condolences.

  27. Vickie Bryant :

    Carol, Doug, Jeremy, Amy, Jenny, and Arno,, so very sorry to hear about Jason. Our thoughts and prayers are being offered up for all of you as well as for his wife and children. May you receive comfort , strength, and peace from our Lord through this difficult time.
    May your memories bring you joy as you celebrate Jason’s life. Love and Hugs from the Bryant’s .

  28. Etheldean Yanero :

    Carol and Doug
    I am so sorry to hear about the death of your son. May God
    comfort you and put his loving arms around you. He is our
    Comforter. Love and prayers to you and your family.

Leave Your Condolence

*

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.