Jason Lionel Fenwick
Jason Lionel Fenwick

Jason Lionel Fenwick of Lexington Park, Maryland passed away tragically on Thursday, January 27, 2022, at the age of 56. He was born on October 15, 1965, in Leonardtown, Maryland to Thomas Leroy Fenwick and Daisy Estelle (Barnes) Fenwick. He was one of fourteen children

Jason was the essence of joyfulness and had a zest for life that radiated from him. He was a loving husband, caring brother, awesome uncle, and a wonderful truthful friend. Jason was admired for his playful sense of humor, genuine heart, and loving soul. He had an infectious uplifting spirit and made a lasting impression that will never be forgotten.

Jason was a lifelong resident of St. Mary’s County He graduated from Great Mills High School in 1984. After graduation, he started working for Davis Antenna in Waldorf, Maryland He was employed there for over twenty years. Jason also worked for MetroCast Communications and the St. Mary’s Adult Medical Day Care. In 2013, Jason began working at the Cedar Lane Senior Living Community in Leonardtown, Maryland as a maintenance worker. Eric Golden, President CEO of the Cedar Lane Senior Living Community stated about Jason that “his dedication to his job and to the residents of Cedar Lane was legendary. On a personal level, we will all remember Jason’s effervescent personality, his unshakable devotion to his faith, and his heartwarming way of introducing himself as the “meanest cat you’ll ever meet” while grinning from ear to ear. Cedar Lane will not be the same without him.” In addition to his secular employment, Jason volunteered in the community in various ways, as a minister and as a “jack of all trades”.

Jason had deep faith and love for his creator Jehovah God. On May 25,1985 he was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses. He had an unwavering confidence and faith in the Bible’s promises for the future and loved telling others about the Bible’s hope. His love and devotion to Jehovah God was evident through his zeal for the ministry and the genuine love he showed to all. Jason served as an Elder in the Callaway Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Callaway, Maryland for twenty-four years. He always displayed love and kindness to any and everyone who walked through the door of the Kingdom Hall (Jehovah’s Witnesses place of worship). Jason was always ready to encourage ones who felt weary or discouraged with his warmth and calm demeanor.

On October 24.1998 he married his beloved wife, Ann Sherry Wiggins in Baltimore, Maryland They both cherished their life together and built a strong marriage based on a solid spiritual foundation.

Family was the pivotal core of Jason’s life. On any given Friday or Sunday evening you could find him with family playing spades and dominoes, shooting pool, laughing, and having a good time. Jason enjoyed listening to music and dancing. He was especially fond of the “Godfather of Soul”, James Brown. He also had a passion for sports. In his free time, be enjoyed playing video games Madden Football was his favorite. Jason was a car enthusiast and took pride in keeping his vehicles clean and shiny

Jason will be lovingly remembered and dearly missed by his wife of twenty three years, Ann Fenwick; mother Daisy Fenwick of Park Hall, MD; siblings Annie Ford of Lexington Park, MD, Thomas L. Fenwick Jr. (Ruth) of Mechanicsville, MD, Octavia Fenwick of Lexington Park, MD, Terry Fenwick (Irma) of Lexington Park, MD, Lois Stringfield of Norfolk, VA, Gloria Proctor (Conway) of Newburg MD, Philip Fenwick of Nanjemoy, MD, Nathan Fenwick of Park Hall, MD, Garry Fenwick (Kimberly) of Mechanicsville, MD, Joy Fenwick (Zina) of Lexington Park, MD, Joyce Fenwick of Park Hall, MD; brother-in-law Richard Putman of Leonardtown, MD, sister-in-law Tawanda Fenwick of Lexington Park, MD, mother-in-law Ruth Wiggins of Baltimore, MD; sisters-in-law Cheryl Wiggins of Silver Spring, MD, Shirley Wiggins-White (Stanley Jr.) of Goosecreek, SC, brothers-in-law Jessie Wiggins Jr. (Chandra) of Baltimore, MD, Jason Wiggins of Baltimore, MD, and a host of nieces and nephews, extended family and a multitude of loving friends. In addition to his father, Thomas Leroy Fenwick, he is preceded in death by his sister, Maybelle Olivia (Fenwick) Putman. brother Gene Lorenzo Fenwick and father-in-law Jessie Wiggins Sr.

Our Jason has left a permanent mark etched on our hearts and will be supremely missed.

Condolences to the family may be made at www.brinsfieldfuneral.com

All arrangements have been made at Brinsfield Funeral Home & Crematory, P.A., Charlotte Hall, MD. 

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