Jason League

Oct 10th 2:00 pm - 2:00 pm
US Navy
MRC - Tom Hardin
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Mission Summary

 

Classification 

Military Veteran 

Military Branch 

United States Navy 

Military Service 

United States Navy 1988-1993 

Mission Segments 

Inurnment Service 

Obituary Text 

Jason Wayne League was born on October 10, 1970 in Dallas Texas and passed on October 22, 2018 while working out of town as a millwright in LaGrange, Texas.

Jason joined the Navy with his best friend Tommy Oates in 1988 and stationed in the Great Lakes. His oldest son, Christian was born in Chicago in 1990, but passed just before his 3rd birthday having been born with brain cancer. Jason remained in service to this country until he was granted a humanitarian discharge shortly before his son’s death.

Jason was a die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan and was a very talented musician, playing the guitar.

He was proceeded in death by his son, Christian Wayne League and mother, Sheilah Cartwright. He is survived by his youngest son, Austin D. League, sister, Amy League Lowry, and father, James Wayne League.

He was loved and admired by many and his passing was a sad day for all that loved him. 

Photo Permission

Yes

MRC

Tom Hardin

Tom.Hardin27@hotmail.com

(469) 387-1512 

 

 

Part 1

 

Segment

Inurnment Service 

Mission Date 

10/10/2019 

Staging Time 

14:00 

Briefing Time

14:15

In Position/KSU Time

14:30

Starting Time 

15:00 

Staging Point 

Edgewood Cemetery 

Staging Address 

Nokomis Road

Lancaster, TX 75146 

Map Link 

Link to Map 

Part 1 Details 

The family of Mr. Jason Wayne League has asked the Patriot Guard Riders to honor his memory and service to our Country by standing a Flag Line at his graveside inurnment service.

After the mission brief, the Riders will establish the Flag Line and await the arrival of Mr. League’s family and friends. When directed, the Riders will return the flags to the support vehicle, receive the mission debrief and then be dismissed. 

Support 

Yes Mike Flocken 

 

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