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Jason Flascher, of Oakdale, formerly of Mora, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, November 10, 2021.  He was 44 years old.

FUNERAL SERVICE will be held at 11:00 am on Tuesday, November 16, 2021 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Mora.

Video of Service

VISITATION will be held 1 hour prior to the service at the church.

INTERMENT will be in the Fish Lake Cemetery near Mora.

Jason Michael Flascher, of Oakdale, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, November 10, 2021. He was 44 years old.

Jason was born on June 12, 1977 in St. Paul, Minnesota to parents Joseph E. and Kathleen (Spangenberg) Flascher. He grew up in St. Paul, following in the footsteps of his older brother Joe. He enjoyed playing baseball and wrestling in school. Jason always had a love of music. He enjoyed going to live concerts and shows and had countless CD’s of all his favorite bands. His passion for sports continued into adulthood and he constantly cheered on his favorite teams. A memorable trip to Denver to watch a Broncos games with his dad and brothers was highlight of his life. Jason loved to travel. He took the Route 66 tour across the country, stopping to explore the Abraham Lincoln museum in Illinois, the Petrified Forest in Arizona, and Mel’s diner and whale watching in California to name a few stops. Trips to almost every state in the US, included winning $500 in Las Vegas, visiting the beaches of Florida, holding a gator, visiting the everglades, and the touching the southernmost tip of Key West. Jason was always ready for a new adventure. Jason will be deeply missed by his family and friends.

Jason is preceded in death by his mother Kathleen; and uncle Hubert Spangenberg..

He is survived by his father Joe (Carrie); brothers, Joe (Tina) and George Flascher, and Lee Elj; fiancé Carlotta Klietz; uncles, Rob and Frank Flascher; Floyd (Lori) Spangenberg; aunts, Dora Mae Ricard, Lorna Spangenberg and Gloria Becena; cousins, John, Mark, and Tina; several other relatives and many friends.


5 thoughts on “JASON M. FLASCHER”

  1. He was a wonderful friend who exuded a charity for all. He is certainly in a better place, but will be missed. Until we meet again my friend. May the soles of the faithfully departed , by the mercy of God rest in peace. RIP Jay.

  2. Goodbye my cousin.. you will be missed but you get to be with your mother now and watch over all of us. Rest in peace

  3. Jason you will always be missed by myself and your finace Carlotta, you were such an amazing man and I always thought of you as my brother. I will miss you forever until we meet again.

  4. Flasch my love 💓 I have know you forever but only had you as mine since 2018. You were the best thing I have ever done in my life. We had no flaws between us we were always on the same page and shared more than the world could ever with love and compassion. Most people hope for this love in their lives but I was lucky enough that you found me and chose me to be yours. It has been an honor to be with you these last 3 years I looked forward to so many more years with you and instead I am lost here without you. Your heart will beat forever in mine as long as I am on this earth breathing. I would rather be with you. I love you to the moon and back. Wife

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