Jason M. Fletcher of Chelmsford
Whether you knew him as "Bubs" "Bubba J" "J-bird" or "Daddy", Jason was a remarkable people person. His laughter, genuine kindness, and unbelievable big heart are a tragic loss for his family and the community.
Jason has deep roots in Chelmsford, Massachusetts living in town most of his life. Born in 1973, to Jack and Mary Jane Fletcher Jason attended Chelmsford public schools, Ithaca College, and UMass Lowell. Jason was an excellent football and hockey player throughout high school and college.
In 1998, Jason began an incredible career in education. As a teacher and coach, Jason inspired kids to achieve more than they thought possible by demanding that they believed in themselves. His passion for his work in the classroom will be missed deeply by all of his SEEM Collaborative family where he worked for 18 years. Jason's loss will also be felt by the students and teachers at Chelmsford High School where he spent the better part of his life on one of many athletic fields.
"Bubba" will also be deeply missed during Wednesday night cards and Motorcycle weekend by his countless friends who shared a lifetime together.
Jason will be missed most by his adoring family. His wife Tara Fletcher and daughter Abigail will miss his smooches, hugs, and cuddles beyond imagination. The house owned by his loving parents, Jack and Jane Fletcher will have a fewer jokes and one or two less fights about athletics at Chelmsford High School. Jason's loss will be felt by his sisters Kelly Pitts and her husband Edward Pitts, Katie Garcia and her husband Christopher Garcia, and his beloved brother Todd Fletcher who shared an extraordinary bond as siblings. Jason's favorite chair will sit empty at the house of his adoring in laws Alex and Kathy Souleotis of Chelmsford. His brother-in-law Kenneth Souleotis will miss Bubba's ability to lighten up his sister at a moments notice. Ben Pitts, Julia Pitts, Caroline Pitts, Maya Garcia, and Julian Garcia are devastated by the loss of their Uncle Bub's who would take them boating on Lake Winnipesaukee, water skiing and the fine art of buying junk at yard sales. Jason will also be missed by numerous Aunt's, Uncle's, Cousins, Nana, and Grampy.
Visiting hours Fri. 3 to 7 P.M. Funeral Sat. at 8A.M. from the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD, with a funeral Mass at 9A.M. at St. Mary Church. Burial in the West Chelmsford Cemetery, Chelmsford. Memorials may be made in his name to the Fletcher Family Fund, c/o Lowell Five, 23 Fletcher Street, Chelmsford, MA 01824. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.