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West Logan Church of God
Thursday January 15th, 2015

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West Logan Church of God
Thursday January 15th, 2015

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Jason Conley

Jason Conley, 40, of Huntington, formerly of Holden, passed away on Wednesday, January 7, 2015 at Cabell Huntington Hospital. Born August 31, 1974, he was the son of Amanda Wooten of Logan and the late Rex Conley. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents: Ray and Pauline Porter and one sister, Tammy Elmore. Jason graduated high school in 1993. In addition to his mother, Amanda, he is survived by: one brother, Rex (Sheila) Conley of Holden; one sister, Leeann (Donald) West; three sons: Jason, Jacob, and Justin Conley; one daughter, Autumn; three nieces: Ciera and Ashlyn Conley and Amber (Jacob) Ghezzi; two nephews: Tyler (Becky) Conley and Donald (Becca) West Jr.; three great-nieces: Julie and Carolyn West and Kaylee Conley; one great-nephew: Larry Ghezzi; special aunts and uncles: Alvis (Nicky) Porter of Holden, Debbie Porter of Holden, Trish (Roger) Mullins of Omar, Linda Carter Porter of Charleston, Myrtle (Ralph) Rodighiero of Logan, and Harold (Kim) Porter of Logan; and a host of other dear family and friends. A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, January 15, 2015 at the West Logan Church of God in West Logan with Justin Ponton and Raymond “Rocky” Meadows officiating and visitation beginning two hours prior. At the family’s request, Jason will be cremated. Condolences may be left at www.jamesfh.com James Funeral Home of Logan is in charge of arrangements.

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I am sorry to hear about Jason. I have fond memories of him. My heartfelt condolences to all. Henry Vinson

Henry Vinson Jan 18 2015 6:30 AM

I went through junior high and high school with Jason. I had not seen him since the night we graduated. He was always up beat and fun to be around. I have nothing but good memories of him. I can not remember him ever being mean, mad, or careless in his actions towards others. He was a good friend to me. I am so sorry for your loss and hope in some small way it may ease your suffering by knowing that 22 years removed from him, I can only tell you that the young man I knew in my teens was simply one of the kindest people I have been around.

David Morris Jan 12 2015 4:41 PM