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Jason P. Lautsbaugh

August 21, 1979 September 13, 2018
Jason P. Lautsbaugh
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In Remembrance of Jason “Jay” Philip Lautsbaugh, 39, of Newville, died suddenly on Thursday, September 13, 2018 in a car accident in Newville. He was born on August 21, 1979 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania to George Earl Lautsbaugh and Ruth Elaine (Boden) Lautsbaugh.

Jason graduated from Big Spring High School. He worked as a mechanic for Jiffy Lube for over ten years. He was a member of Walnut Bottom Rod and Gun Club in Newville. Jay was a life-long musician, who loved hunting mushrooms, gardening and loved to “jam” with his friends.

Jason, a loving dad to his little girl, will be missed by daughter, Piper, her mom, family and friends who love him. Your life mattered greatly to us all. Until we see you again Jason (Jay, Daddy).

He is survived by his parents, his loving daughter, Piper Lee Lautsbaugh of Loysville, his sister, Wendy Lautsbaugh and her husband, Scott Greene of Mechanicsburg and their daughter Daysha Norris, and his brother, Wayne Lautsbaugh and his wife, Stacey of Wisconsin and their children, Vance and Samantha. He is preceded in death by his brother, Georgie Lautsbaugh who died in infancy in 1963, his paternal grandparents, Lester and Margaret Lautsbaugh and his maternal grandparents, Albert and Dorothy Boden.

Professional services are entrusted to Dugan Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., Shippensburg. Private burial services will be held at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Scotland, PA.

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