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In Memory of

Jason Joseph Tolson

June 24, 1972 - March 27, 2015

Obituary


Jason Joseph Tolson,1972-2015.

Jason Joseph Tolson was born and raised in Framingham, Massachusetts. He graduated from Natick High School. His formal education was in Information technology. Throughout his life he worked for several companies in that field,including a short while on the ground floor of the successful EMC Company. He also received training in the electrical field.Jason had an above average IQ and was gifted musically. At the age of twelve, and only one year of formal piano lessons, he was accepted into the prestigious Walnut Hill School in Natick. Jason was to train...

Jason Joseph Tolson,1972-2015.

Jason Joseph Tolson was born and raised in Framingham, Massachusetts. He graduated from Natick High School. His formal education was in Information technology. Throughout his life he worked for several companies in that field,including a short while on the ground floor of the successful EMC Company. He also received training in the electrical field.Jason had an above average IQ and was gifted musically. At the age of twelve, and only one year of formal piano lessons, he was accepted into the prestigious Walnut Hill School in Natick. Jason was to train under two maestros as the pianist an ensemble for the Boston Junior Pops. He was also accepted into Rivers school in Weston Ma. Jason's interests in hard rock lead him to teach himself how to play the guitar. Jay was not only handsome but charming- and that million dollar smile captured the hearts of many. What a sense of humor he had ! Even if it was not funny, Jason's lighthearted, playful personality always made you laugh. If it wasn't a silly comment, it was a silly humorous look on his face, or some crazy gesture. Don't be around him in a serious situation ...Jason marched to the beat of his own drum, if you will. Like everyone else, he had his share of trouble and turmoil. He loved his family, his little sister, his daughter, his friends and his dog Ginger. His mother's prayers were answered when he found love, happiness and security with his partner, Randi. Her love and caring made a profound difference in Jason's life, and in the lives of the people who loved him. We truly thank her for that. Many people helped Jason over the years and we are sincerely thankful to all of them.He is survived by his Mother, Stepfather, Sister, Daughter, Partner, Grandmother,only niece and a host of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and Friends. We will always love and miss him. A memorial service will be held as follows:Monday April 6th @ 11: am at the Greater Framingham Community Church, Franklin and Park Streets, Framingham, MA 01702. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Cancer or Heart association Please visit www.DignityMemorial.com to see Jason's picture and other related information