March 8, 2012
JASON ERIC FORQUER
(6/27/1992 - 3/1/2012)
Jason Eric Forquer, 19, of Memphis, Missouri passed away Thursday evening, March 1, 2012 at his home in Memphis, Missouri. The son of Cliford Forquer and Jayne Edwards Dabney, he was born on June 27, 1992 in Memphis, Missouri.
He was a lifelong resident of Memphis and attended the Scotland County R1 school system. After that he spent his time working in restaurant work as well as working in pallet mills. He enjoyed being with his family and friends and was an animal lover, raising two pythons as his last pets to have.
Jason loved the outdoors and would spend a lot of time fishing and hunting various game as well as hanging out near lakes and rivers observing the surrounding habitat there.
Preceding him in death were his uncles, Lloyd Caviness and Merle Wiley; a cousin, Jeremy Forquer, aunt, Dawn Caviness, grandparents, David Caviness and Jay Edwards.
He is survived by his father, Cliford Forquer; his mother, Jayne Dabney and stepfather Rodney all of Memphis, Missouri; two brothers, Jeffrey Forquer and Andrew Dalton of Memphis, Missouri three sisters, Jennifer DeKoning and husband Brian of Pollock, Missouri and Kimberly and Julie Forquer and step-sisters, Kendrea Wilkins and Ashley Hoffman all of Memphis, Missouri, and step-brothers, Klayton and Jonathon Dabney of Memphis, Missouri, grandmothers, Irene Owings and Alice Caviness both of Memphis, Missouri, a special uncle, Clinton Forquer of Iowa, multiple aunts, uncles, cousins and a lot of friends.
Funeral Services were held Monday morning, March 5, 2012, at 10:00 A.M. at the Payne Funeral Chapel in Memphis. Officiating the service was Pastor Dan Hite.
Pallbearers were Cody Roberts, Corey and Chris Spurgeon, Anthony Gesualdo, Stephen Caviness and Tommy Ray Heimer. Honorary Pallbearers were Austin Garret and Corey Brown.
Memorials are suggested to the Sheriff's Special Project Fund for Drug Awareness and can be left at or mailed to the Payne Funeral Chapel, 202 E. Madison St., Memphis, Missouri 63555.
Arrangements were under the direction of the Payne Funeral Chapel in Memphis.