Monday, June 23, 2008

Rest in Peace Jason

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We are all saddened by the news of the unexpected death of a great local talent, Jason Cardwell.
I will always remember his amazing rapport with children. He never talked down to them and they naturally gravitated to him.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello,

I just found out about Jason's passing. As I searched the web to see what I could find I stumbled on your web site. Thank you for posting a tribute to Jason.

I first met Jason around 1984 while attending USC. I worked with him on various projects and we became close friends. I witnessed Jason's ability to charm people many times.

Although we drifted apart (I last saw Jason more than four years ago) I always remembered fondly the times we spent staying up all through the night building, painting, sculpting or just chatting. I'll never forget making shoes that would hold goldfish in his shop in Eagle Rock at 3 in the morning; downing Jolt cola and listening to Monty Python.

I can't help but think of Jason when ever I see 3D art or watch the movie Blade Runner.

I was thinking of Jason just the other day as I was looking through old photos. I wish I could have seen him one last time and thank him for all the wonderful times we shared.

I'll miss him greatly.

Carlyle Livingston

9:27 PM  
Anonymous kristine larsen said...

Jason was the funnest kid I met AHAS at the old YMCA back in 1973. I just saw him a year of so back at the Catus in Eagel Roack and I am greatfull for the short visit.

Jason was writing stoires and making his own movies in the 4th grade. I am very saddened for his family and friends. Love and light, Kristy Larsen, (Altadena)

9:22 AM  

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