Denny Jayson Deaver

Denny Jayson Deaver
Denny Jayson Deaver

Denny Jayson Deaver “Boss”, 51, of Amarillo, TX died Friday, October 23, 2020.

Services will be at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, October 27, 2020, at First Baptist Church with Dr. Howard K. Batson officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Jayson was a military baby and was born to Denny and Debby on February 28, 1969 in Wurzburg, Germany. He was brought back to America 7 months later where he resided in Amarillo for the remainder of his life. He was a graduate of Amarillo High School.

Jayson married Tricia Diane Jeffus, April 28, 1990.

Jayson was a dedicated provider for his family. He worked for the Potter County Sheriff’s Office, later went on to own Power Sports, then became a conductor for BNSF Railway, he also owned Double D Carpet Care, Unique Fitness and The Trump Shop. Jayson was active in the community and seemed to know just about everyone.

He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Blanche Goodman; his grandfather, Kenneth Goodman; his mother-in-law and father-in-law, Clyde and Nancy Jeffus; and a brother-in-law, Ridge Terry.

Survivors include his wife, Tricia Deaver; daughter, Jaydon Pickens and husband Hagen, of Amarillo; two sons, Branton Deaver, of Amarillo, and Janson Deaver and wife Madison, of Amarillo; mother, Debby Brown and husband Raymond, of Amarillo; father, Denny Deaver and wife Renee, of Amarillo; sister, Mandy Castilow and husband Chris, of Amarillo; three grandchildren, Layken Pickens, Garrett Pickens and Juddson Deaver; two sisters-in-law, Becky Terry, of Amarillo, and Pam Pecoraro and husband John, of Little Elm; fifteen nieces and nephews; and many friends.

The family will receive friends from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Monday, October 26, 2020, at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home.

After the service on Tuesday we invite friends and family to visit at The Garden of Dreams, 2800 Randy St. 79124 at 1:00 p.m.

The service can be viewed at until two weeks after the service date.

26 Replies to “Denny Jayson Deaver”

  1. He was a friend, co-worker. he will be missed, he was a fine man and well respected in our community. R.I.P. my brother, until we meet again.
    May our Heavenly Father watch over this family during this difficult time.

  2. Jayson was a great friend. He was always willing to help you any time of the day if he could. A tragic loss! I am sorry for all of his family and friends

  3. My deepest condolences on Jaysons passing. I first met him through my dad while they worked at the sheriffs office. He will be missed. Hugs and prayers to his family.

  4. Jayson had a smile when you met him, and he kept it there every time you came back together. Encourager, a force of energy, positive, fun loving, thoughtful, caring, and honest. Tricia and Jayson built a Family around Love and Energy, friends, and loved ones. But most of all, God was with Jayson, and Jayson brought Jesus along with him everywhere he went! Our Prayers continue for Tricia, Janson, Branton, and Jaydon!

  5. I am grateful to have met Jayson. He was an extraordinarily kind and hard-working person. His passing is a great loss, he will be dearly missed by many in our community.
    Please accept my deepest condolences. Wishing you a sea of patience in this difficult time.
    May Jayson rest in peace.

  6. Tricia, Denny, Mandy and Debbie, I am so sadden by your loss of Jayson. Know this is so hard to deal with at this time. You all will be in my prayers for God’s peace, comfort and direction as you endure this time in your lives.
    May God give you peace.
    Mary Ellen Dietrick

  7. The Deavers took care of my kiddos when they were littles and I will never forget their kindness and how Jayson would do anything to help out a friend or a neighbor. He had the biggest heart. Prayers for the family to celebrate this great life. Rest in peace old friend and save me a seat up there. You are already greatly missed.

  8. Praying for you all. It is but a thin line between us and those that have crossed over. Jayson is still with you in spirit. Hugs. God will watch over you and your precious family. Both of you were the epitome of good parents and it showed in your kids.

  9. I always enjoyed working with Jayson. Many nights of talking about our families on our trips to Lubbock and back. He is a stand up guy and a great friend.

  10. I was so sad to hear this . I worked with his Dad and my daughter went to school with Jayson. May the Angels keep you close and give you peace.

  11. I’ve truly been struggling on what to say here. I haven’t seen Jayson in many years but for a brief moment in time he was my best friend. Staying up at his house until 2 am playing cards, instantaneous trips to San Antonio or being caught in a tornado in a sail boat on a lake with Jayson and Tricia so many years ago. Our paths have since diverged in this life my friend but I know I’ll see you again. To Tricia and your family my prayers and thoughts are with you at this time.

  12. Prayers for the family. The pain of losing a child never goes away completely. “Trust in the Lord with all your heart,…”

  13. I had the great pleasure of working whith Jason at The Potter Coutty Sheriff Department. Jason was an awesome individual. I’m saddened by his loss. My prayers to his family.

  14. GREAT GUY…. and God blessed him with a great family… Will miss him dearly. Love and prayers to his family from Herbert Deaver side of the family.

  15. I am honored and blessed to have known and worked with Jayson He was truly a blessing to all who knew him. He will be missed. I will never forget his kindness. May God give him eternal rest and his family the strength to bear the great pain.

  16. I am so blessed I talked to you about a 👕 you were wearing. You two are a very blessed couple! God is with you both. I feel blessed to have met you this summer. ❤ I am the person that did this last year!

  17. I have known Jason since Jr high and worked with him at the Sheriff’s Office. He was a man of great honor and integrity. A friend to all who knew him. A gentle giant. My deepest condolences for the family.

  18. Worked with Jayson at Potter Sheriff’s Dept. A man of character, and an excellent Peace Officer who treated everyone with respect. May he Rest In Peace.

  19. Sending Our condolences to you all… What a beautiful family and a wonderful legacy Jayson leaves… Just know you will meet again and you have your forever guardian Angel.. Love & prayers for you all! Levitt family

  20. Was an awesome guy that I enjoyed working with. He always had words of wisdom whether you wanted it or not. Ha ha. He was a joy and will be missed by so many people. RIP MY FRIEND.

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