Jason Harris Leonard, Age 35, of Dunwoody, GA died suddenly on June 3rd, 2015. He is survived by his two children Conner Leonard, age 9, and Soleil Leonard, age 4 and his fiancée Jessica Landrum. He is further survived by his parents Art & Nina Leonard, his mother Rhonda Johnson, his sisters Veshan Branham, Beth Chance King, Gretchen Von Scherr and his two uncles Iverson & Fraser Leonard. Jason was born August 27th, 1979. He graduated from Dunwoody High School in 1997 and attended Georgia Institute of Technology. He loved his children, enjoyed music, camping and laughter. He had numerous friends everywhere he went. In lieu of flowers, a trust fund for his children is being established through Go Fund Me. A gathering to celebrate Jason’s life will be held after services at 4142 Bancroft Circle, Tucker, GA 30084.

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  1. Jason, the day I hired you to work for me at Georgia Tech I knew you were a special person. You were such a hard worker and we made great plans for your future. I’m just sorry we wasn’t able to see those plans through. You were awesome to work with though and I enjoyed all of our longggggg talks. Never a dull moment with you around. I never knew what you would come up with next, especially working in the studios in the Architecture building. You were so much fun to be around with. I’m sorry that we sort of lost touch after I retired but we will see each other again. I hope your family and all your friends know how special you were. I know that your kids will miss you but they should know you will be always looking out for them. Will miss you my friend.

  2. I will always love you. We made 2 beautiful kids together and no matter what happened between us we still loved each other. You’ll have my heart forever and always. Conner and Soleil love you so much.

  3. Jay was one of my first college roommates and a fine friend. I’ll always remember the time we went to the lake house and Dahlonega, GA and we accidently took a neighbors prized firewood innoncently and they we madder than a pack of hornets. Jay quickly diffused the situation rationally and we wound up having a beer with them after a sincere apology. May we all seek to harmonize the choas around us.

    Peace be the journey; jouney be the Peace.

    One.

  4. We are so sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort, continue to be with you and your family during this difficult time. We all look forward to a time when death will be no more-Rev 21:4. Our prayers are with you.

  5. Jason (Capon) was one of my best friends for 23 years. We have been through a lot of highs and lows but always stayed friends. I will miss you forever and a day. Thank You for everything! I will keep your family in my prayers.

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