Jason Michael Dawkins

Born on December 5, 1980

Departed on October 17, 2020

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Jason Michael Dawkins, 39 of Nashville, TN entered into eternal life on October 17, 2020. Jason was born in Montgomery, AL. December 5, 1980. Jason loved Alabama football, screaming “Roll Tide”, being outdoors and hunting deer. After moving to Nashville Jason was proud to be a member of the local 492 Welder's Union. He loved Jesus and was not afraid to stop with anyone, anywhere to talk and pray. Jason would give you a meal, his shirt, or the last dollar in his pocket to meet a need. He enjoyed making people laugh and wanted everyone to be happy. 


He is survived by his loving wife: Brandy children: Bailey Long, Kelsie Long, and Liam Dawkins, puppy: Lily Mae. Parents: Dayton(Janet) Dawkins, Allene (Randy) Brawner , Sister: Kristi (Brad) Meadows, Brothers: Joshua Foley, Eric (Elyssa) Foley and his beloved grandmother: Bobbie Dawkins, Jean Brasier, and a host of Aunts, Uncles, Nephews, Nieces & Cousins. He is preceded in death by his paternal grandfather Rev. William D. Dawkins and maternal grandparents Ernest and Ethel Hawkins, B.G. Brasier. 


Graveside Services will be held October 30th at 2:30pm at Springhill Baptist Church Cemetery in Millport, AL. 


The family request  that donations be made to autism society. ( www.autism-society.org ) or flowers sent to: 376 Springhill Road, Millport, AL 35576.

9 Comments to Jason Michael Dawkins

  1. Linda says:


  2. Marsha B Williams says:

    Jason, you will always be on our minds and in our hearts! We love you dearly and will NEVER forget you.
    I know you’re in Heaven resting and celebrating at the same time. I’m positive we will all be reunited one day. Until then, rest and enjoy your rewards.
    Aunt Marsha, Uncle Bob and Cousin Kellie
    The Williams

  3. Brandon Phillips says:

    Jason as we got older I know we went are separate ways and didn’t talk as much but I will never forget all of our memories we shared threw school on and off the football field and the memories we had even after graduation . I will miss you brother but I also know I will see you again one day . Hold it down up there

  4. Doug, Peggy, & Julie Fortner says:

    Our sympathy to all of Jason’s family. This is such a tragic loss for you. We will remember you in our thoughts & prayers.

  5. Larry and Kaye Robertson says:

    You are all in our thoughts and prayers!

  6. Tiffany Richards Cobb says:

    I have so many great childhood memories. Sending prayers and hugs to the family.

  7. Melissa Harris says:

    My thoughts and prayers

  8. Anthony Rainey says:

    Jason I meet you at Thompson welding in came to Nashville to work with you.i couldn’t have meet a better guy .I want ever forget jason our phase was” there my buddy go” so long my freind till we meet again. Anthony Rainey

  9. Kay Stephens says:

    Dayton, Janet and family,
    I have just learned about Jason. Will always remember his smiling face, sweetness and
    all the good times at CCA. May The Lord give you
    all strength, comfort and His peace during the days
    ahead. Much love to all!

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