Jason De Vasier

Jason De Vasier (46) of Texas City passed away on Wednesday, April 12, 2023 in League City with his family by his side. He was born on October 28, 1976 in Texas City to Ronald De Vasier and Patsey De Vasier Cox.

Jason lived the majority of his life in the Texas City area. He was a landscaper by trade that took pride in his work and it truly showed which is why he had the same loyal customers for well over 15 years.

Jason loved watching movies, various TV shows and loved live music. In addition, he loved hanging out in the backyard BBQing, cuttin’ up and being silly. He loved the Texans, Astros and his Budweiser. Most importantly he was a family man that loved his wife, children and grandchildren not to mention his dogs, Cannonball and Guillermo that he absolutely adored with all his heart.

Consider yourself blessed if you knew Jason. He was kind, gentle, respectful and compassionate to everyone. Such a wonderful soul that we will all miss. Such a great man.

We would like to thank everyone at UTMB in Galveston and League City and MD Anderson that took such great care of him.

He is preceded in death by his son; Nathaniel De Vasier and brother; Benjamin De Vasier.  Jason is survived by his wife; Deborah De Vasier, mother; Patsey De Vasier Cox, father and step-mother; Ronald and Janet De Vasier, daughters; Alexandria De Vasier and spouse Joshua Gibbons, Katelynn De Vasier and step-daughter; Deneé Cooper, son; Jacob De Vasier and step-sons; Dustin Cooper and Drake Cooper, brother; Brian De Vasier, step brothers; Joe Lipscomb and Jimmy Lipscomb and his three grandchildren; Emma Gibbons, Levi Cooper and Sydney Cooper.

A memorial visitation will be held on Friday, April 14, 2023 from 5:00pm-8:00pm at the James Crowder Funeral Home in La Marque.


  1. I’m so sorry for your loss my prayers and condolences to you and your family

    Shannen Gutierrez
  2. I wish I lived closer so I could have spent more time getting to know him better, but the time we did spend together he played video games with my son & even though it was 4 years ago, my son still remembers him. Debbie, I love you so much & I promise to make more time to come visit you.

    Dina Shipman
  3. Jason was a awesome person and friend. Me and Cinda thoroughly enjoyed hanging out with you two. He will be missed.

    Jason and Cinda Sawyer
  4. The De Vasiers lived across the street from us on College Ave. for a few years. We ran and rode on our street a lot and shared silliness, junk food and music. It was because of Brian and Jason I was (for better or worse – ha!) introduced to The Beastie Boys and NWA, for instance. I remember him being funny and sweet and was just a friend to everyone.

    Prayers to your family for losing Jason way too soon.

    Erin (Paul) Schwartz

    Erin Schwartz
  5. He will be missed by so many. He told me several times how lucky he was to have you, Debbie. I am truly glad I had the opportunity to meet him.

    Richard Cronkwright Jr.
  6. So sorry for your loss my love and prayers 🙏❤ with you

    Merlyn w
  7. Another good man gone too soon. Our deepest condolences.

    Michelle and Randy Turner
  8. Jason drove me to school in high school. He said, “my friends don’t ride the bus. ” I’m thankful fit his friendship during that time in my life. May he rest in peace and drive classic cars in heaven. I’m praying for comfort for his family.

    Angela Green

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