Jason David Harrington

Jason David Harrington, of League City, TX went to be with his Lord and Savior on Monday, October 30, 2023, in Sebring, Florida at the young age of 44.

He was born on October 8, 1979 in Webster, Texas to David and Sandra Harrington.

He graduated from Clear Creek High School in 1999.

He was a loving and dedicated Father. A strong man of the Christian faith and attended Calvary Houston for over 30 years. He was passionate about Jesus! He loved his family very deeply and enjoyed spending time with them, especially for the Holidays. He never met a stranger and was a man of great integrity. He was a joy to be around, funny, and had an unforgettable laugh and smile. He was very proficient in his career as a Crane Technician and was a Senior Technician for OMI Crane Services since 2011. He was a handyman and showed great craftsmanship. He had a love for hot rods and classic trucks. He enjoyed watching movies, drag racing his Camaro, rebuilding his classic vehicles, pinstripe painting, drawing, making dreamcatchers, and creating other unique pieces of artwork, which he generously gave away to friends and family.

He is preceded in death by his Mother- Sandra Nash, Step-Father- Michael Louis Nash Sr, Step Brothers- Michael Louis Nash Jr (Bo) and James Christopher Nash (Chris). Niece- Faith LilyAnn Kennedy, Paternal Grandfathers- Clifford Ray Harrington and Arnold Craig, Maternal Grandfather- Barbero DeMartino, Paternal Grandmother- Janice Lee Craig, and Maternal Grandmother- Pearl Elizabeth DeMartino.

He is survived by his Children- Jacob David Harrington and Kaylie Lillian Harrington, Father- David Lee Harrington and Spouse, Brother- Matthew Christopher Harrington, Sister- Joy LilyAnn Kennedy and Spouse, Sister- Sandra Lynn Hall and Spouse, Nephew- Quentin Marcus Hall, Niece- Mandy Lynn Harrington, and many other loving family and friends.

Services will be on Friday, November 10th, 2023, as follows: a viewing will be held at 10:15 A.M., Celebration of Life at 11:00 A.M., and a Reception to immediately follow. All events will be held at Calvary Houston 3700 FM 528 Rd, Friendswood, TX 77546.

You may send flowers to Crowder Funeral Home 1645 E Main St. League City, TX 77573

In lieu of flowers, it would be a blessing if you would like to donate to the cost of the Funeral and other unexpected expenses, please pay Crowder Funeral Home. A memorial account will also be set up for his Children to cover expenses. Details of memorial account to be announced when available.


  1. Jason will be missed by all for many years to come. The world won’t be the same with out his laughter and hummer.

    Scott Adcock
  2. I would like to say that Jason started me on the right path to Our God by all the talks that we had. I can not thank him enough, I will miss my Brother have a restful sleep my Friend until we see each other again.

    Joe Aguilar
  3. This has really broke my heart… I’m truly going to miss you Jason. Love you to Heaven and Back. Gone too soon 😢

    Patricia Wilson
  4. I am so sorry for y’all’s loss. Jason was a man of god and he loved his family. You will be missed dearly.

    Dana Novak
  5. Jason always had that smile and laugh of his at the ready!
    He loved his family, we talked about his hot rods and rebuilds and how he worked on one for his dad. He was really proud of that. He always wanted to give back to the people he loved. He always exuded positivity and his love for God.
    He will be missed by so many.
    My condolences to his family and friends.

    Dan Amble
  6. Frank and I are sorry to have lost such a dear friend. Frank and Jason, car enthusiasts that they are, were always working on a project in our garage or in Jason’s. They still have a Go Cart (The GOAT Cart) to finish up.
    We send our love and sympathies to Jacob, Kaylie and all who love Jason. Jason was such a joy to every life he touched.

    Heidi Gordon
  7. I never met you Jason but, I knew about you through my brother Eddie. He always shared stories about yalls work adventures:) and I knew you were his best friends by the way he would talk about you. I know he will definitely miss you very much. Thank you for being such a good friend to him, & creating special memories that he can keep with him forever. Rest in Peace 🙏🏽

    To Jason’s Family- I wish you all strength and love. & hope you can find peace in your hearts soon.❤️

    Linda Aguilar

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