Lemley Chapel
Serving Sedro-Woolley &
All of Skagit County Since 1935
1008 Third Street
Sedro-Woolley, WA
Jason Davenport Memorial
Jason Davenport Memorial

Jason Davenport

Jason Davenport

Tuesday, February 22nd, 2022

Jason Daniel Davenport, age 39, originally from upstate New York, recently of Concrete, Washington, passed away February 22, 2022, in Mount Vernon, WA. He was born April 3, 1982 in Ithaca, New York to James and Deniece (Schiel) Davenport.

Jason was well traveled having lived in upstate New York; Dhahran, Saudi Arabia; Dayton, Ohio; Ottawa, Canada and Washington State. An outdoorsman, Jason loved camping, fishing and hunting. Jason found his home in Sedro Woolley, Washington in his early twenties who then went through the ranks as a refinery worker. Jason was a personal individual with quick wit, a gift of gab and large sense of humor. Jason loved and was loved by his four-legged best friend Leo.

Jason is survived by his mother, Deniece Davenport of Hamilton, WA; father, James Davenport, of Newfield, NY; stepmother, Tracy Davenport of Newfield, NY; love of his life, Jaimie Hackworth of Concrete, WA; siblings, Garrett Davenport, of Newfield, NY and Lindsey Davenport, of Nashville, TN; grandmother, Helen Schiel of Ocean Park, WA; grandmother, Mary Davenport of Ithaca, NY; adoptive mom, Stephanie Karr of Sedro Woolley, WA; uncles and aunts, Lonie (Schiel) and Jim Rosekelly of Deland, FL; Karen (Schiel) Carlson of Las Vegas, NV; Anne (Davenport) and James Bonsted, of Fayetteville, NY; Michael Davenport of Ithaca, NY; Frank G. Davenport of Ithaca, NY; cousins, Geoffry, Michael and Catie Rosekelly; Mathew, Catherine and John Bonsted; Kyle Davenport; Emily (Davenport) Curran and Brook (Davenport) Stone.

He is preceded in death by his grandfather, Bob Schiel; grandparents, Dolly (Schiel) and Ken Frank, grandfather, Frank H. Davenport; uncle, Eric Turner.

Private services to be held by immediate family members. Please share your memories of Jason and sign the online guest register.


  • Jay Follman

    Sorry to hear of Jason’s passing. Enjoyed working with him. See you on the other side.

  • Candice Hankins

    I will never forget your sense of humor or your ability to cheer almost anybody up. The good always outweighs the bad, and you were always there whenever anyone needed anything. I will miss you my friend.

  • Lisa Meiers

    I will remember the good times and the good friendship we had and the business endeavor we shared . I will remember the funny guy you were and the strength you possessed.

  • Deniece Davenport

    Till we meet again. Forever and always in my heart. Loved you then, love you now, love you for eternity.