On Friday, May 4, 2018, Jason Cadwallader, husband, father, son, brother, went to be with his Heavenly Father. Jason was a man of strong faith, believing in the power and strength of Jesus Christs love and the beauty and peace that would await him after his passing. Born on August 27, 1975, in Monroe, Louisiana. He graduated from Huntsville High school and received his Bachelors Degree in Business/Human Resource Management from Baylor University.
Anyone that spent time around Jason would certainly hear about Jesus, the redemptive work of his Savior, his treasured family, and drilling water wells. He was a full time dad, and spent hours with each of his four children, whether it was rodeoing with Alli Paige, playing basketball with Caleb, working at Holly Water Wells with J.K., or swinging with Mariclay. When Jason wasnt ministering to his family, who he called his first mission field, he was focused on people. Jason always called people Gods greatest treasure, and Jason loved people. He will forever be remembered as a leader in the community and in his church, Lonestar Cowboy Church. He was a passionate man who touched numerous lives. He was a true example of walking the walk and talking the talk. Jason loved his friends and family as his Lord loved him.
Inheriting his fathers passion for the water well industry, he went above and beyond with Holly Water Wells, and in typical Jason fashion, he became President and Director at large of the Texas Groundwater Association, named Contractor of the Year from the Texas Groundwater Association in 2018, and used this knowledge and passion to drill water wells in third world countries through mission work.
Carrying on his legacy is his wife and best friend, Shelby, and beloved children Alli Paige, Caleb, JK, and Mariclay. He is preceded in death by his father, Ralph A. Cadwallader, and survived by mother, Sandy Cadwallader, sister Karen West and husband Ryan of Houston, their children Ryland, Cade, Addie James, Lane; Along with Jeff, Paige, Kate, Ben, and Hannah Japhet of New Braunfels; Drew, Katie, and Kennedy Fritsch of Huntsville; Aaron, Ashleigh, Wyatt, and Elizabeth Fritsch of San Antonio; Father and Mother in law Dr. William Fritsch and Nan Fritsch of Hondo.
Visitation: Sam Houston Funeral Home, 1700 Normal Park, Huntsville, Texas, Monday, May 7th, 6:00-8:00 pm
Funeral: Lone Star Cowboy Church, 21627 Eva St. Montgomery, Texas 77356, Tuesday, May 8th, at 3:00 pm
Published on May 7, 2018