Jason Lee Coombs

Our beloved son, Jason Lee Coombs, 37, was born November 13, 1976 and passed away November 17, 2013 in Los Feliz, Calif. He was born in Granada Hills, Calif., and spent most of his life in the Los Angeles area.Jason's passion for living was evident to all those around him. He was an exceptional human being who touched all those he encountered throughout his life. He was a self-employed electrical contractor for 17 years maintaining friendships along the way. Jason spent the last several years travelling extensively with his fiancé and her daughter. They also shared their love of horses and spent countless hours riding and care taking at the equestrian center. From his love of animals to his performing random acts of kindness for family and friends, Jason was the consummate son, companion and friend. He will forever be in our memories.He is survived by his father Daryl Coombs of Palmdale, Calif., his mother Marie (Hoffman) Steele, stepfather Michael Steele, sister Laura Steele, brothers Jeffrey and Timothy Steele of Cypress, Calif., and sister Shelby Coombs of Las Vegas, Nev. He also leaves behind his soul mate and fiancé, Charmaine Breitengross and her daughter Lyric. Jason is also survived by his grandmother, Alethia Coombs, of Florence, Ore., and grandparents, Leo and Armella Hoffman, of Tecumseh, Mich.A memorial mass will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013 at St. Maria Goretti Catholic church in Long Beach, Calif. A celebration of life will follow at the Lakewood Country Club. Memorial contributions may be made to Return to Freedom, a wild horse sanctuary.

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