Jason Izon Obituary, Death – Jason Michael Cudzil, age 41, of Schnecksville, Pennsylvania, passed away at his home on Monday, February 24, 2020. Jacquelyn Marie (Chilcoat) Cudzil was his wife, and he was her spouse. Jason A. Cudzil was the son of Michael A. and Barbara A. (Puffenberger) Cudzil of Schnecksville. He was born on February 21, 1979 in Tiffin, which is located in Seneca County, Ohio. Both KidsPeace in Schnecksville, where he worked as a Children’s Crisis Counselor for 17 years, and ADP, where he worked as a Sales Representative for 2 years, were among his previous places of employment.
Working with young people and in scholastic athletics was something that really excited Jason. Both Northampton Area High School and Parkland High School’s football teams had him on staff as an assistant coach at one point. He worked for the PIAA as an umpire for both softball and football. Additionally, he worked as an umpire for USSSA softball games. He obtained his high school diploma in 1997 from Parkland High School, where he participated in varsity football.
He then went on to earn his bachelor’s degree in 2002 from Bloomsburg University, where he also participated in football. He was active in the ministries geared at young people at the Heritage Baptist Church in Orefield, which he attended regularly and belonged to. Football was a huge passion for Jason, and he cheered for the Ohio State Buckeyes in particular.
Surviving members of his family include, in addition to his wife and parents, their children Leah Joy Cudzil and Mason Paul Cudzil of Walnutport; siblings Daniel Paul Cudzil of Schnecksville, Jennifer Lynn Abrams and her husband Joshua of Breinigsville, and Jessica Ann Cudzil of Stuart, Florida; a nephew named Isaac; and a large number of relatives who live in Ohio.
Funeral service: The funeral service will begin at eleven in the morning. On Saturday, February 29, 2020, the ceremony will take place at the Heritage Baptist Church located at 3749 Route 309 in Orefield. The Reverend James E. Barr and Pastor Luke C. Rex will preside over the event. On Saturday, the foyer of the church will be open from 9:00 to 11:00 am for visitors to pay their respects to the deceased. Private interment.