Jason Todd Frandsen

jason frandsen

Life Story Jason Todd Frandsen 11/15/1969 - 1/17/2013 survived by: Children: Son, Justin Frandsen(16) and Daughter, Erica Hinrichs (21) & Son-in-law, Bryce Hinrichs Parents: Marilyn and Corky Frandsen Sister: Kori Verspohl His love: Rosann Frandsen Jason was born on November 15th, 1969 in Wichita Falls, TX. He was the sweetest little boy and his family adored him. Even at a young age, he loved to joke around and make people laugh. Starting with drawing all over his baby sister's head with magic marker when he was 2. He loved playing with all the neighborhood kids, riding his 'green machine' and chasing his sister with grasshoppers. He has always had a love for Sports. As a child, he played basketball, baseball and wrestling. As an adult he continued his love for sports. He was a walking book of knowledge when it came to any kind of sports. We will always remember all of the fun and laughter we had as Jason and Kori were growing up. We took many family trips together. The kids especially loved to hang out at Grandma and Grandpa Weber's house with their Uncle Scott. Swimming in their pool. Going out to eat (to the Armadillo almost every time). They also had fun spending time at Grandma and Grandpa Frandsen's with their cousins. Playing in the backyard and hanging out in the basement playing pool. Some of our funniest times were hanging out with our cousins; Gloria, Lisa and Joe. We would do such crazy fun things...like all (14) of us lining up in a row walking down the street with one foot on the sidewalk and one in the gutter, singing away. Or all of us piling in the back of the truck to go get ice cream. Shortly after high school, he met his Sweetheart Rosann and they were married in 1989. Together, they had two beautiful children, Erica Ann and Justin Todd. His family was the love of his life and he would have done anything for them. He was so proud of the wonderful and responsible young lady that Erica had become and the day he walked her down the aisle was one of the happiest days of his life. He thought Bryce was the perfect man for Erica. He would tell everyone, 'if you give me a 1 year and a million bucks to find someone better for Erica, I could never find anyone better than Bryce.' Justin was his best bud and he re-lived his love for sports through him, being his number one fan. He was so proud that Justin had become interested in music and supported his dreams for this. It was hard for Jason to quit talking about his love for family and how he wanted the best for his children. He loved spending time with all his nieces and nephews. For many years he worked with the Denver Post as a Sales Manager. He was an amazing sales person. He could sell you anything. He used to always say, 'He could sell snow to an Eskimo!' and he could! Throughout his life he also made many dear friends which he considered family. He had a big heart for everyone he knew. Despite his struggles, he touched many peoples lives, loved with a big heart and in return was loved by many. Jason had a strong faith. He loved to read his bible and listen to Christian Music. He loved Jesus and he loved to talk, which made it very easy for him to witness to others. Now he is in heaven, wrapped in his Heavenly Fathers hands, smiling down at us!! Happy, without pain or sadness. Praise the Lord. One of Jason's Favorite Bible Verses: The Lord is the Everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He will not grow tired or weary and his understanding no one can fathom. He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak. Even youths grow tired and weary and young men stumble and fall; but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like Eagles; they will run but not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. Isiah 40:28-31

Tuesday, January 22, 2013
11:00 AM 1/22/2013 11:00:00 AM
New Hope Christian Church

3853 E. 120th Ave
Thornton, CO 80229

Thank you to all of our friends and family who have asked how you may help. Flowers may be sent to the New Hope Christian Church, however, for those who would prefer to donate in lieu of flowers to the JASON FRANDSEN MEMORIAL FUND, which will benefit his surviving children, the information on how to do so will be available on Tuesday. Love and blessings

New Hope Christian Church
3853 E. 120th Ave Thornton 80229 CO
United States

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