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Edith Albarado

Memorial created 04-18-2007 by
Edie Albarado
Jason Paul Hilton
September 25 1978 - February 15 2003

Jason Paul Hilton 9/25/78~2/15/03

This online memorial was created in loving memory of Jason Paul Hilton, whose life story is told throughout this memorial website. Please sign Jason 's guest book and let us know you came to visit. We will remember Jason forever. He truly was an amazing young man!!!

It was Valentines Day, 2003. I got off of work at 8:30pm. It was my 7th Wedding Anniversary. I got home and my 3 children were there. Jason was dressed to go out. He was clowning around with his younger sister and brother. His best friend Steven was also there. My husband was offshore, but I made a special point of hiding a card in his bags. The writing I put in his card said, "It's our 7th Anniversary, and I know God has something special in store for us." Indeed it was a special hour and a half I had with my children. 10pm rolled around and Jason was ready to head out. He loved music and going out to clubs was one of his favorite things to do. I hated to see him go. I stood by the door as he prepared to exit. "Haven't you forgotten something?" I questioned him. He looked at me with those beautiful light blue eyes and made a silly face and said, "Happy Birthday!" "You know it's not my Birthday Jason" I replied. He smiled his boyish grin, and gently said,"Happy Anniversary Mom" He then walked out the door and that was the last time I saw my child alive. At 3:30am, only 1.7 miles from home. My first born child, who was 24 years old. Loss control of his car in a turn on the River Road, ran off the road and hit a tree. A priest who lived nearby, heard the crash, ran out to Jason,and gave Jason last rites. The priest's name was Father Heartline. I lost a great piece of my heart that night. But with all the circumstance of that night, I've come to realize I now have a heart-line to Heaven. God blessed me 24 years with that precious gift. I sometimes stand on the levee across the street from where Jason left this Earth. Right accross the River is the Hospital where I was born. I turn in circles looking at the tree, the hospital, and then the tree again. What does it all mean? And the only answer that comes into my head is, The Circle of Life. Until we meet again, my sweet Jason. I'll be missing you and loving you always. Mom


Mother surrounded by her 3 hearts

Jason, loved life and music. He was an exceptional drummer. In his eulogy which his uncle gave. He said,"When you hear the song, Rock "n" Roll Heaven, think of Jason, and for you younger ones who don't know that song. At Christmas remember him everytime you hear, The Little Drummer Boy. Jason is sadly missed by his mother who cherished him, his step-dad who called him best friend, his little sister who said he was her hero, his little brother, who wanted to be just like him, and his little girl who doesn't understand why he had to go.


Jason on drums, and #1 fan, Sarah

Jason became a young father at the tender age of 17. He loved his baby girl Sarah.


Jason had the most gorgeous, blue eyes, and a smile that could capture your heart. I sure do miss him so much.  Until I see you again Sweet Child of Mine, I'll be Missing You Always.    Love,  Mama



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