Jason Prebble Schepker, 44, of Bardstown, passed away Monday January 13, 2020 at Jewish Hospital. He was born June 1, 1975 in Louisville, and work as a technical writer for Resideo in Louisville for 18 years.
Jason was a member of The Peoples Church, and a computer whiz, he graduated from ITT Tech with an Associate’s Degree in Electronics and Computer Science in 2001. He was 2nd in his class, with honors, and a 4.0 gpa. He enjoyed editing family photos and making memorable collection for everyone, tinkering in his workshop which he was very proud of, off roading with family and friends, deer hunting, and was very artistic. Jason was a friendly giant, with an unforgettable laugh, he had a heart of gold, and was very kind, loyal, trustworthy, and always wanted the attention to go to his family before he took care of himself. He was very selfless, he had a rare blood type that allowed him to donate blood often and saved many infants in the NICU because of those donations, and his final gift of life was being an organ donor and with his donation he save 70+ lives.
He was preceded in death by his father, Paul Francis Schepker Jr.; father-in-law, Gilbert Leon Milburn; brother-in-law, Gil Milburn; and sister-in-law, Emma Paige Milburn.
He is survived by his loving wife, Carolyn Schepker of Bardstown; son , Gabriel Paul Schepker of Bardstown; mother, Vivian Schepker of Bardstown ; two brothers, Nick (Tabitha) Schepker and Lynn Cheser both of Bardstown; mother-in-law, Nancy Milburn; grandmother, Pat Pulver; two sister-in-laws, Susan (Patrick) Puckett of Bardstown, and Dee Ann Milburn of Oklahoma City, OK; four nephews, Nathan Puckett, Michael Puckett, Quentin Schepker, and Jonathan Lydian; niece, Amelia Schepker; the Raisor Ave Family; and many beloved cousins, aunts, and uncles.
His funeral service will be 7:00 pm Friday January 17, 2020 at Barlow Funeral Home with cremation to follow. Pastor Josh Bunch will officiate. Visitation will be 1pm – 7 pm Friday January 17 from at Barlow Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions may be made to Norton’s Children’s Hospital, American Heart Association, and/or The Peoples Church Missions.
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