- 41 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 16, 1971
- Place of birth:
Bridgeton, New Jersey, United States
- Date of passing: Sep 23, 2012
- Place of passing:
Columbus, Ohio, United States
|For we know that when this earthly tent we live in is taken down (that is, when we die and leave this earthly body), we will have a house in heaven, an eternal body made for us by God himself and not by human hands.......|
As we remember Jason and what he has meant to us all, we would like to keep his legacy and family in our thoughts and prayers. Therefore, a memorial fund has been established to assist his family during this time. You may be able to donate to this fund by clicking on this link.
Remember this is for our friend and loved one who has gifted us with the responsibility of his legacy and family.
Jason Howard Winrow, 41, went home to be with the Lord peacefully, in his sleep at his Westerville, Ohio residence on Sunday, Sept. 22. Born in Bridgeton, NJ to the late Howard Winrow and Odel Winrow he was an account executive for Cintas Uniform Co.
Jason was a 1989 graduate of Cumberland Regional High School where he had an outstanding athletic career, he was a member of the 1987 All Cape Atlantic First Team (Football), 1988 All Cape First Team (Track & Field), 1988-1989 Group IV State Champ (Track & Field), 1989 Meet of Champions State Champ, 1988 All South Jersey First Team (Football), record holder for shot put and discus. His high school career landed him a full athletic scholarship to The Ohio State University, under Coach John Cooper. Jason signed with Ohio State University in 1989 and was a starting offensive lineman from 1991-1993; in 1993 he was recognized as a Consensus All Big Ten Team selection. In 1994 Jason was the 6th round draft pick of the NY Giants, where he played until 1996, back and knee injuries shortened his NFL career. After his pro-football career
Jason ventured into the private business world, being successful in Pharmaceutical sales, with Reliant Pharmaceutical Co. as well as a Sr. Financial Officer for PB Financial Services. Jason was also a sports analyst for WBSN/ONN, and he was co-host of Buckeye Blitz and Wall to Wall Sports. He was a graduate of The Ohio State University, and a 2013 Inductee into the Cumberland Regional High School Hall of Fame. In addition to his mother Odel Winrow Jason leaves to cherish his memories a loving and devoted wife Nancy (Trigg) Winrow, one son Justin Winrow, two daughters Jamison and Kamryn Winrow, one sister Pamela Winrow, one niece Jasmine Strickland and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends.
"Miss all of the provocative and witty comments before, during, and after Buckeyes games. Jason was a gentle giant off he field and monster on it. One of the nicest people I have ever known. Miss Ya Jason ........."
"Almost 2 months now. I miss you so much. And I know that God makes no mistakes. I get that. But this is so hard for me.
I miss YOU more"
"to one of the greatest human beings i have had contact with - gentle,kind,strong = all people should be like this man = much respect to him in life and in his passing = love to jason and all family members , so sorry for your loss == love, scotty chappius sr, / scotty chappius jr. / lukas carter chappius == friend from south jersey ........."
"Miss you already bro. Hard to except you are gone"
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