Jason Aaron Franck

October 9, 1981 - August 17, 2008
Jason Aaron Franck

Jason Aaron Franck, 26, lost his battle with drug and alcohol addiction on Sunday August 17, 2008, a battle he had fought for many years.

He leaves behind a loving and devoted family including: his mother Melody A. Franck; sister Trudy Wingfield; brothers Darin Franck and Shaun Franck; grandmother Carolyn Pride; great-grandmother Madeline Carter; aunts Betty Jean Giragosian; Robin Fortier; Theresa Starkman.

Jason had such a big heart and touched so many before and during his battle. He has left a lasting impression upon many in his journey and we hope the good times will never be forgotten. Jason deeply appreciated everything that was done to help him with his battle, and his family is forever grateful. He is finally at peace.

We, the family, hope that by openly telling you about Jason’s struggle we can possibly help save someone else’s life. If you are struggling with an addiction or know someone who is, please don’t be afraid to reach out for help. It is never too late.

A memorial service will be held at East West Legacy Pavilion in Woodlake on Thursday, August 21st at 11am.

In lieu of flowers donations can be given to Hope House ATTN: Jason Franck Memorial Fund, 10 Henry St. Wilmington NC 28405.

Wilmington Burial and Cremation Service 1535 S. 41st Street Wilmington, NC 28403. 910.701.9099

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  • August 20, 2008
    Shaun Franck says:
    I want to thank you all for your kind words and prayers. My little brother Jason was an awesome kid,and a great young man. I loved him dearly as did our family. We all have our struggles and demons in life to face. Jason tried very hard to beat and kick his demons away. I firmly believe that God has a silver lining in every tragedy we face in life. Jason loved the Lord and had him in his heart. We lost our father in 2002 under tragic circumstances and it was very hard on Jason as it was for myself and our older brother Darin, as well as the rest of the family. We decided to use our father's loss as a call to salvation at his eulogy and tell everyone that Jesus takes us just as we are. I know that my dad and Jason greeted each other with a warm embrace as my little brother entered heaven. It isn't too late to reach out to those suffering from an addiction and let them know that you love them and that Jesus Christ loves them. The BEST thing you can ever do for someone is make sure that they pray the sinners' prayer and receive Jesus in their heart. Thanks again to everyone. I wish you and all of your loved ones well.

  • August 19, 2008
    Diane morris says:
    Dear Melody, Jason has touched our family and will always be with us in memories. Our hearts are with you and your family at this time. Jason was such a sweet young man, we will miss him. Diane and Allen Morris