Jason began his funeral service career in 1997 at the age of 14, as a 5th generation funeral director. An Atlanta High School Honor graduate and a 2003 Honor Graduate of Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service where he obtained a degree in Mortuary Science. Jason relocated to Florida after the family business sold and has become very active in the community. He has served as a past member of the Knights of Columbus, Lions Club, and Rotary. He also sits on the board of the Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida, is a member of the Founders Circle, supporter of Equality Florida, and the National Task Force as well as volunteering and helping his partner with Care Resource. Jason and his partner George stay very active in the community, and can be seen attending numerous social events and fundraisers. He enjoys spending time with family in DC, Alaska, and Georgia, and loves taking long walks in historic cemeteries. When Jason is not working with families at the funeral home he still try's to help families by volunteering at the Law Offices of George Castrataro, where he helps in the probate and estate side of the office. He and George have 2 dogs, 2 cats, 2 sharks and a house full of salt water fish. He is Catholic by faith and invites you to stop by the funeral home and meet him. He considers it a true honor to help families and truly believes that this is a personal time, ensuring that every family will be treated with personal service. At the top of Jason's list of goals is that every family must be served at a superior level so that their funeral experience contributes to the honor and fine memory of the deceased. Jason remembers a quote his grandfather use to use “We have a very small window of opportunity to serve a family and to do so flawlessly; there are no second chances.” He proudly stands behind the principals and the heartfelt compassion that his family had the privelage and opportunity to offer to the citizens of Atlanta, Buckhead, and North Metro Atlanta areas.