Jason Anthony Mortellaro
Date of Death: July 31, 2022
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Victor Mortellaro: I want to talk a little bit about my son Jason, who meant the world to me, as he did to my son Aaron and daughter, Jessica. Jason was always inquisitive about things. His grandfathers, Tony and Ivo, spent a lot of time teaching him about science, history, and astronomy. When growing up,…

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Palma Byczek left a message on March 8, 2023:
Dear Victor, Jessica and Aaron, I am so sorry for your loss of Jason. I only found out from Susan and I still can’t believe it!! Jason was such a great kid growing up and also as an adult. I am so very sorry. You all are in my prayers. Palma
Phyllis & Nicholas Cicio left a message on August 7, 2022:
To Jason’s Dad, Sister and Brother, We are so very sorry for your tremendous loss. We send our deepest condolences. Jay was such a kind and gentle person. He was a good friend to our son Blaise and he will always be remembered with love. Rest In Peace Jason Love always, Phyllis & Nicholas Cicio
Jo Ann Guagliardo left a message on August 6, 2022:
Dear Victor & Rosalie I am so sorry for the loss of your Son May he Rest in Peace My thoughts and prayers are with you and your Family at this most difficult time
Jacqueline left a message on August 6, 2022:
Summers in Long Island were the highlight of our year. It was weeks of fun with our cousins, who were more like brothers and sisters to us. We spent countless hours in the pool, playing manhunt, hosting game shows, and being the weirdest group of kids with our imaginary friends without any judgement. We’ve never felt more free to be ourselves and those are our fondest childhood memories that we will cherish forever. When we weren’t at Aunt Barbara’s, we were spending every Friday night at Pop Ivos where the fun continued. Over the years, we may not have seen each other as often but we still stayed in touch throughout the week, confiding in each other in our adult lives even though we would be like little kids again when we saw each other. There was no such thing as small talk with Jason. He wanted to know and genuinely cared about every detail of our lives, his family, and complete strangers. He was always willing to lend a hand, advice, and comfort to others. More people should be as selfless as Jason. While visiting the house this week, I was filled with an overwhelming void of not just our Aunt Barbara, but our dear Jason. That house will never be the same, nor will our family or any person he encountered. While we are heartbroken for our loss, we are also lucky that we have such countless, beautiful memories from our childhood and to this day. While we selfishly want Jason here, we know he is finally at peace from this crazy world. We know Jason will continue to watch over our family as you did here on earth. Love always, his Holtsville brother & sister Matthew and Jacqueline
Catherine Walters left a message on August 5, 2022:
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Joanne Franco - Moloney’s Lake Funeral Home left a message on August 5, 2022:
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Susan Mortellaro left a message on August 4, 2022:
Dear sweet, gentle Jason. Our family will take solace in the memories of countless family dinners and vacations to Lake George. Uncle Michael and I will do our very best to get your dad, Jessie and Aaron thru this tragedy. You will be forever missed and never forgotten. Until we meet again in His kingdom, we will mourn your earthly presence. Love ya kiddo. Aunt Susie
Aunt June and Aunt Lee and family left a message on August 4, 2022:
The day Jason was born - June 29, 1984 - was a great day of celebration in our family. He was the first grandchild, the first nephew. He was the sweetest, cutest little boy right from the start. We called him our little Charlie McCarthy doll. Jason grew into the sweetest, most gentle and caring young man. We saw him be his mom's champion - urging her on, encouraging her in her last days. Determined to do whatever it took to keep her going. It was beautiful. We'll never forget that. Jason was a family man. He was a great source of comfort and support to his entire family (as they were to him). We watched him become his father's best friend and at the same time - he was as close to Jessica and Aaron as 3 siblings could ever be - a true, tight-knit family unit. We never heard Jason say a mean word about anyone. He was so easy to talk with and he had a great, easy, sense of humor. It was always a delight to be in his company. Our family will never be the same without him. The only person who would be amazed at the unimaginable, heartbreaking grief his passing has caused, is Jason himself. Because he was a meek and humble soul. "The meek shall inherit the earth". (Matthew 5:5, Psalm 37:11) We truly believe Jason put his trust in Jesus, and because of that, we know he's in heaven now. Thank you, Heavenly Father, for welcoming Jason into your loving arms. He is home. Amen. Love, Aunt June, Uncle Mark, Aunt Lee, Uncle Walter
Bonnie Cakouros left a message on August 3, 2022:
I am so sorry for your loss. Heartbreaking.
Lisa LaSalle left a message on August 3, 2022:
In memory of Jason Anthony Mortellaro, Lisa LaSalle lit a candle
Lisa LaSalle left a message on August 3, 2022:
My heart goes out to all of you at this very sad time. I’m so very very sorry. Peace be with you all. Love always, Lisa and family.
Michael Mortellaro left a message on August 3, 2022:
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Michael Mortellaro left a message on August 3, 2022:
R.I.P. Jason I Love You ❤️
Moloney Family Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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