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'''Jason Niblett'''<br>
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'''Jason Craig Niblett'''<br>
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'''25 Sep 1952 - 05 Jun 1997'''<br>
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===Obituary===
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A funeral Mass will be at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 7, 1997, in St. James Catholic Church in Vancouver, Wash., for Jason Craig Niblett, who died June 5 at age 44.
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Mr. Niblett was born Sept. 25, 1952, in Missoula, Mont. He lived in Vancouver for 27 years. He was an industrial repairman.
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Survivors include his mother, Cleo Shaules of Huntley, Mont.; brothers, Robert and Jack, both of the Vancouver area; sisters, Lynn Kyle and Karen Krkosa, both of Warden, Mont.; and special companion, Edward Takitch of Vancouver.
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The family suggests remembrances to Hospice Southwest. Vancouver Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.<ref>''The Oregonian'' (Portland, OR) Friday, 06 Jun 1997</ref>
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Jason Craig Niblett, 44, who had been chief executive officer of Boomsnub, an electroplating company east of Hazel Dell, died at home Thursday, June, 1997, of AIDS.
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Mr. Niblett was born Sept. 25, 1952, in Missoula, Mont., and lived in Vancouver the last 27 years.
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Survivors include his mother, Cleo Shaules of Huntley, Mont.; two brothers, Robert and Jack, both of the Vancouver area; two sisters, Lynn and Karen, both of Montana; and special friend, Edward Takitch of Vancouver.
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There will be a vigil at 7:30 tonight at St. James Catholic Church. A funeral Mass will begin at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the church. The casket will be open until 5 tonight and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at Vancouver Funeral Chapel.<ref>''The Columbian'' (Vancouver, WA) Friday, 06 Jun 1997</ref>
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Latest revision as of 04:01, 27 September 2020

Jason Craig Niblett
25 Sep 1952 - 05 Jun 1997
Rosetown Ramblers Memorial Panel 1LL

Obituary

A funeral Mass will be at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 7, 1997, in St. James Catholic Church in Vancouver, Wash., for Jason Craig Niblett, who died June 5 at age 44.

Mr. Niblett was born Sept. 25, 1952, in Missoula, Mont. He lived in Vancouver for 27 years. He was an industrial repairman.

Survivors include his mother, Cleo Shaules of Huntley, Mont.; brothers, Robert and Jack, both of the Vancouver area; sisters, Lynn Kyle and Karen Krkosa, both of Warden, Mont.; and special companion, Edward Takitch of Vancouver.

The family suggests remembrances to Hospice Southwest. Vancouver Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.[1]


Jason Craig Niblett, 44, who had been chief executive officer of Boomsnub, an electroplating company east of Hazel Dell, died at home Thursday, June, 1997, of AIDS.

Mr. Niblett was born Sept. 25, 1952, in Missoula, Mont., and lived in Vancouver the last 27 years.

Survivors include his mother, Cleo Shaules of Huntley, Mont.; two brothers, Robert and Jack, both of the Vancouver area; two sisters, Lynn and Karen, both of Montana; and special friend, Edward Takitch of Vancouver.

There will be a vigil at 7:30 tonight at St. James Catholic Church. A funeral Mass will begin at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the church. The casket will be open until 5 tonight and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at Vancouver Funeral Chapel.[2]


Sources

  1. The Oregonian (Portland, OR) Friday, 06 Jun 1997
  2. The Columbian (Vancouver, WA) Friday, 06 Jun 1997