Lemley Chapel
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All of Skagit County Since 1935
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Sedro-Woolley, WA
Jason Lyle Wicker Memorial
Jason Lyle Wicker Memorial

Jason Lyle Wicker

Jason Lyle Wicker

Saturday, February 10th, 2018

Jason Lyle Wicker, 34, a resident of Sedro-Woolley, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 in Bellingham, WA due to complications of the Flu and Pneumonia. He was surrounded by his family members and close friends, who are finding comfort in knowing he is with his father, Dale Wicker.

He graduated from Sedro-Woolley High School in 2002. Jason spent some summers fishing in Alaska, and time in Montana doing construction. His hard work paid off and he became a Journeyman Carpenter; he loved working with his hands.

Jason loved anything outdoors, it’s been said that he could catch more fish with a plain hook then most expert anglers. He could also sleep in till noon and still bag a bigger buck then most. His favorite fishing trips were with his daughters, Jaylie and Hadley; he would let them out fish him all day long. Jason’s latest hobby was beach combing with his daughter Emma; they spent hours on the beach finding new treasures.

Jason is survived by his three beautiful daughters, Jaylie, Hadley and Emma Wicker; mother, Vickie Cargile; sister, Jenelle Ratzlaff (Avri); brothers, Jim Lee (Allison), Joe Lee (Sheree), Jonathan Wicker (Megan), Jordan Wicker; grandmother, Sharron Cargile; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and other family members.

He was preceded in death by his father, Dale Wicker; grandparents, John and Jeanette Wicker, and Jim Cargile.

There aren’t enough words to truly encompass Jason’s personality he was an amazing father, son, brother and friend to all who knew him. Jason always left a lasting impression with whoever he met. He had a way to lighten the room, most of the time it was just his smile that would change to mood.

Jason’s spirit will be carried on through all the people who knew and loved him.

A Celebration of Jason’s Life will be held on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 1:00 PM at Lemley Chapel in Sedro-Woolley with Pastor Roy Swihart officiating. Following the service there will be a time of refreshments and fellowship at the Sedro-Woolley Community Center.


  • Debbie Wise Denton

    Dale, I am so sorry to hear about your son. I have a son the same age and can only imagine how devastated you are. Hugs.

    Your classmate, Debbie Wise Denton

  • Val and Gary Bisbey

    Dear Vickie,
    Gary and I are so sorry that you have lost your precious son. May you find happiness with your dear granddaughters. Thinking of you often……

  • Lindsey Dreadin

    Wick, where do I begin… You tough me everything there was to know about the out doors! You didn’t it with patients beyond words! I asked a million questions, screwed up above and beyond I don’t no how many times and you NEVER even raised your voice!! You would laugh and make fun of me but never to much!! I am forever grateful for the thousands of hours we spent driving mountain roads and talking about everything a person could ever think of!! Your hopes and dreams, your fears, we have even talked about if this day ever came!! You saved my ass over and over with Dad building those houses and you would have had my back even if I was wrong. Thank you I can never repay you for all you did for me. I wish now I could have wrote a Wicker journal because your knowledge and smart ass remarks are priceless!! What I can do is teach your girls everything you taught me and make sure they know what an absolutely amazing person you were. I am sorry I wasn’t around when I should have been and I didn’t try harder to be a part of your life. NO ONE will ever compair to the friendship we had. We have so many things to do still, I always felt like we would have a chance again and here we are!! My heart hurts so bad but I no your up there with your dad who was always your #1 fan. And Rem arguing I’m sure!! You will always hold the biggest place in my heart and I hope you no how much I truly loved you!! You loved my sister and my nieces with everything you had I no that!! And I will make sure those girls know forever!! ❤️ You Wick I don’t want to say goodbye!! Ready easy duder!!

  • Kylie

    I was laying in bed last night trying to remember all the weird s**t you used to do, that only Jason did. One of them was that quacking noise you made with your mouth, or the frog noise. made me smile. I’ll also never forget you calling me outside, putting your thumbs together and blowing into your hands making a owl “hoot” sound. Then we sat and listened and to our surprise the owls hooted back, we sat under the moon light and you kept doing it, every time the owls would answered back. ill never forget the surprised look on your face when i told you we were pregnant with Jaylie, lol you were shocked it happened so quickly. When she was born you’d wake me up at least 5 times a night to make sure she was breathing or to check her temperature. I was always so annoyed but grateful all at the same time. You also once drove home all the way from Montana to surprise us on Halloween. Hadley came along and we always laughed at how easy and lazy she was. She is still that way. You will live on through your girls forever, I wont let them forget your laugh and your silly ways. Rest easy Wackmaster “Jason #1 Wicker”.

  • Brittany Marquis

    Gone Too Soon may you rest in peace and make the Angel Smile just like you did all of us

  • Anna Boswell

    I’m still beside myself with grief and complete disbelief that u are really gone. I have never met a more charismatic and humorous person in my life. I will miss ur charming smile and ur ability to always make me laugh. U were taken from us way to soon. Love you my friend. RIP

  • Kacie Lance

    In 6th grade I transferred from an elementary school in Mount Vernon to Clear Lake Elementary School. I was kind of the outsider because everyone in that little class had already been friends since the age of diapers. Jason however, is someone who I remember fondly about this transition in my life because he was always friendly and made me laugh on the regular with his silliness. One of my favorite memories was riding the same bus as him after school one day and he was sitting behind me singing at the top of his lungs to the Alan Jackson song Chattahoochee. The bus driver had to tell him to pipe down several times but it was apparent that she too was amused by his performance. Jason, thank you for making me laugh. You have left this earth way soon RIP my friend.

  • Amber sanders

    Jason was always so nice to me he could make anyone laugh, he is going to be greatly missed. Words can’t express what an amazing human being he was to everyone that crossed his path .. RIP Jason

  • Gunnar Martin

    No other a brother like the Wackmaster, until we meet again silly little dude much love…

  • Donnie Adkerson

    I’ll miss our correspondence weekly, u are a good dude, gone to soon