Jason Paul Keith Voyles, 47, of Claude, TX died Saturday, June 11, 2022.
Memorial services will be at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, June 15, 2022, at First Baptist Church in Claude with Dick Gravley officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers at Claude, 200 Parks.
Jason was born October 7, 1974, in Louisville, KY to Terry and Nila Voyles. He graduated from Claude High School.
Jason worked as a carpenter and for Allied Freight. He loved watching sports.
He was preceded in death by a brother, Chad Voyles; a sister Kristina Voyles; and a nephew, Preston Voyles.
Survivors include his parents, Terry and Nila Voyles, of Claude; fiancée Kristi Lollar, of Claude, TX; daughters, Cheyenne Smith of Princeton, TX and Tammy Mata, of Borger, TX; sons, Eric Mata of Amarillo, TX, Chad Voyles, Josh Solis, and D.J. Solis, all of Oklahoma; sisters, Chandra Barnes and husband Jon, and Breia Ethridge and husband Adam, all of Claude, TX; brothers, Slade Voyles and Mason Voyles, both of Claude, TX; grandchildren, Stanley, Olivia, Caleb, and Junior; and nieces, Presley and Adalyn.
10 Replies to “Jason Paul Keith Voyles”
Miss you something fierce Jason, I love you, wish you were here.
So sorry for your loss. Praying for the family. Gary and janis flinn
We are so sorry for y’all’s lose . Praying for all of his family and friends. Hugging you all. Janis and Gary Flinn
I will miss you dearly. I will always see you in your daughter Cheyenne. Rest easy friend. Prayers for the family.
So sorry, you are all in my prayers! I know he will be missed. Love to you all
Taught Jason and Chad in Sunday School as they passed through Jr. High ages. Jason was pretty quiet and hard to read. Chad always had a mischievous look and remark. They did have a strong brotherly bond with one another.
I got to visit with Jason in person a couple of years ago to catch up. He is missed.
Praying comfort on his family in this tragic time.
My heart hurts for everyone who knew Jason. We first met at the Claude pool when we were children. We were in Boy Scouts together and Jason, Chad and I had many adventures. It was so good to be able to catch up with him on what our lives have been like when we spoke on the phone a few months ago. You are and will always be missed my friend.
Jason was onerous in class but always respectful and kind. He was a good guy.
Praying for your family
My prayers to the family and friends. I have known Jason over 20 years and we were like best friends. He will be missed and loved very much. I will always look back on all our laughs and just hanging out. I love you “My N”.