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Jason Bradley Bialobrzeski

11/17/1972 - 03/19/2024

JASON , age 51, passed away on March 19th after a battle with cancer.  His father, Walter, preceded him in death.  He will be missed by his mother, Marilyn, brother, Ken, sister- in law, Wendy, niece, Quincy, nephew, Zion, aunts Michelle and Maureen and Uncle Jake plus cousins and many friends.

His life was best summed up by one of friends, Ashley Smith: “At first glance, he was a simple guy.  And in a lot ways, he was exactly that.  When you got to know him, though, he was anything BUT.  Drove a pick-up, always dressed like a cowboy in his duster and big ol’ Smokey the Bear hat, was even a truck driver for a while.  Honestly, probably the closet thing to a real-life Ron Swanson I’ve ever met.”

But he also backpacked through Europe after high school, spoke SEVERAL languages (he’d have conversations with the Polish owner of a restaurant we’d go to – in Polish), and had a deep love for the symphony and classical music.  When you hopped in his pick-up that was probably dusty as hell, he’d have KBAH,(classical radio station)  or NPR on the radio.  I used the term “multi-faceted” once, and he really liked that. Even with how worldly he was, I was the one that taught him how to use chopsticks – by explaining it in engineering terms, since that’s how his brain was set up.  He was just as happy at a hockey game as he was at a Dvorak symphony.

I hope he gets to see the Northern Lights where he’s headed.  I hope there’s a beach, and forest, and lots of room to wander, and I hope there’s music.  All the music”


A Celebration of Life will be held in the future.  If you care to make a donation please make it to MD Anderson Cancer Center research.  Go to https://www.mdanderson.org/– click Donate today -Memory of Jason Bialobrzeski, where donation goes select- Cancer Research.




Arrangements by Bunker’s University Chapel, www.bunkerfuneral.com. Should this obituary appear anywhere but bunkerfuneral.com, please check our website for accurate details and service information.


  • Andrew C Schauer

    Rest in peace and Godspeed to my friend J. I was always proud to call you my friend.

  • I was reflecting back on all the years I have know J and all the trails we hiked and campouts we had it occurred to me that I never once saw J angry. What an awesome trait to have. He should have been a therapist because he was to me. He never wanted to be ” the voice of reason” but he often was. A very eclectic private human being. He always made you feel important to him.
    I hope you float above all those trails effortlessly now like the beautiful nature filled hawk you are

  • RIP J. I know your up there in heaven with my dad, Jim, Perry and I hope that your all partying and have a great time. You will be missed by many. God speed.

  • Oh Jay—- I am a better person having known you. Invited me into your home with the “guy night” group to play darts, and I’m not afraid to say it…. The deepest horse shoe pits I will ever see.
    Always a great conversation, and will never forget you always making sure everyone had your Swedish meatballs at Christmas time. Until we meet again sir.

  • J may not be with us in person anymore but he will with us in spirit for as long as we are able to remember him. That will be quite a long time because he was one of a kind and absolutely unforgettable.

  • Jason watched my twitch livestreams for years. Came up with ideas when I ran out of them to make my shows more entertaining. Also moderated my chat for years and kept the stream flowing. Overtime he became not just a viewer but basically a producer of the show! We became very good friends and I saw him as the supportive uncle I never had! Will always love ye man and I will tell my children all about the support and friendship you gave me.

  • Sonja Gutierrez

    My sincerest sympathies to the family and friends of Jason. I didn’t have the pleasure of meeting or knowing him but he sounds like an absolutely wonderful person. Rest in peace.

  • Calabria Family

    All our love and prayers to the family! May Jason rest in peace.

  • All our love and prayers to Ken and the whole family. We are deeply sorry for your loss.

  • Becky Anderson and Gary Geiszler

    Our prayers to the family. He was deeply loved and we are so sorry for your loss.

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