Jason Matthew Maines

Jason Matthew Maines, 17, of College Station passed away Thursday, February 9, 2012 at the College Station Medical Center, due to a traumatic brain injury he received from a car accident.

He was the loving son of Jason and Dawn Maines, step son of Michelle Maines, brother of Amanda Maines and grandson of Jerry Maines, Marvin Mavis, Diane Maines and Gerald and Alice Gardner.

He was a senior at A&M Consolidated High School and enjoyed welding, baseball, wrestling and most of all skateboarding. Once he graduated in May, his plan was to go on to becoming a motorcycle mechanic. We have lost our sweet boy way too soon, but Heaven has gained one amazing angel. He touched many lives and will never be forgotten.

Memorial services are set to take place at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, February 18, 2012 at Concordia Hall in Bellville, TX. Concordia Hall, 952 S. Tesch St. Bellville, Tx 77418


  1. To the Maines Family, Words cannot express the sympathy I feel for you at this time. I just learned of Jason’s accident yesterday. I had the pleasure of spending several wonderful summers coaching Jason in baseball from the time he was only 7 years old. He has always been my favorite player. His smile, determination and hustle were evident from a very early age. I know Jason is with the Lord at this moment. I know he is the starting second baseman for a team of Angels and playing the game with the love and effort he showed here on earth. My family will pray daily for Jason and your family. I pray the Holy Spirit comes into all of your lives and brings you peace. I love Jason Maines and will remember him always. Coach Kovar

  2. I know words at a time like this are hollow and do not begin to make you feel comforted.I can only say that I completely identify with the heartache you must be feeling and truly wish it had never been necessary. I did not know Jason personally but my daughter did. From the day of the accident we, as a family, have been praying for him to recover.We checked daily for updates on his condition on facebook rather than intrude on all of you and make things more uncomfortable than I’m sure they already were with everyone asking questions. I am heartbroken that God decided that it was Jason’s time to come Home with him but at least he will no longer be in pain. Take comfort from that and keep each other close.The answer to why is that God decided it was time. God Bless you all,Sherry Brown

  3. I’m so very, very sorry for your loss. Please let me know if you ever need to talk. You and your family will be in my prayers.
    Kaye Carpenter, Sunshine Volunteer, The MED.

  4. Michelle and Jason,
    So sorry to hear of your loss. May your friends and family bring you a little bit of solace in your time of need.

  5. This weekend I’m celebrating my son’s 12th birthday and it breaks my heart to hear of your loss. I CANNOT imagine what you’re going through but hope that God gives you all the comfort in the world. I’m sad to see that the world has lost a wonderful and handsome young man.
    Your family will be in my prayers.

  6. Dawn, Jason, Amanda and family, I met Jason through my daughter Kristen and what I knew myself, he was a great child. What I heard from Kristen was he was a true friend, loving and honest. I wish I had gotten the chance to really know him. I however got to know all of you through this and I’m greatful for that, I just wish it wouldn’t have been under those circumstances. I do know that Jason would want everyone to go on living their lives just the same as they did before all of this and he wouldn’t want anyone to be sad. I am however terribly sorry for your loss, just know that he is in a wonderful place with never knowing pain again and he has the BIGGEST skate park in the universe. I know he loved you all. If there is anything I can do to help please let me or Kristen know. We will keep you in our prayers.

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