Quinton Tyler Jasko-Quarles

Born in Nashville, TN on April 21, 1996

Departed on August 3, 2016 and resided in Nashville, TN

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Quinton JaskoQuarles, 20 of Nashville, Tennessee, passed away on August 3, 2016, a result of injuries sustained from a motor vehicle accident. Born in Nashville on April 21, 1996 Quinton was raised in Bellevue and a graduate of Hillwood HS and attended APSU. He loved cars, motorcycles, jet skis, rap music, gaming, and spending time with beloved family and friends.

Preceded in death by his Uncle Dale Jasko, and paternal grandparents Herman and Elaine Quarles.

He is survived by his loving parents, Michelle Jasko and Herman Quarles, Jr. and special friend Rick Beasley; Grandparents Rosemary and Jerome Jasko of Ft. Lee, New Jersey; Aunt Rocio Jasko and Cousins Joshua and Jon Jasko of Boynton Beach, Florida as well as, loving extended family and friends in Kansas, Georgia, Canada and England.

Friends and family are welcome to join in his Celebration of Life beginning at 2 pm for visitation followed by a service and a reception Sunday, August 7, 2016, at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens & Funeral Home. Donations in Quinton’s name can be made to The Oasis Center at www.oasiscenter.org.

Harpeth Hills Funeral Home, 9090 Highway 100, Nashville, TN (615) 6469292, www.harpethhills.com.


2 Comments to Quinton Tyler Jasko-Quarles

  1. Margaret & Dan Fite
    August 5, 2016 4:31 pm

    Michelle, our hearts are with you as you grieve the loss of your beloved Quinton. I know how proud you were of the strong young man he’d become, and can’t imagine the loss you are feeling. I hope that your memories of your son bring you comfort and strength. Dan and I are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Much love to you – Margaret & Dan Fite

  2. M J Jarmon
    August 17, 2016 1:06 pm

    The Jasko-Quarles family and loved ones have my deepest sympathy losing Quintin in death way too soon, way too young. Revelations 21: 4
    (2 Corinthians 4:18) “while we keep our eyes, not on the things seen, but on the things unseen. For the things seen are temporary, but the things unseen are everlasting.”
    1. When eyes of blind ones see again
    And ears of deaf ones hear again,
    When deserts blossom as the rose
    And from parched ground fresh water flows,
    When lame ones leap just like the hart,
    When loved ones never have to part,
    Such blessed times you’ll realize,
    If you keep your eyes on the prize.
    2. When tongues of mute ones speak again,
    When old ones will be young again,
    When earth will yield her rich increase
    And all good things will never cease,
    When songs of children fill the air,
    When joy and peace are ev’rywhere,
    Then, too, you’ll see the dead arise,
    If you keep your eyes on the prize.
    3. When wolves and lambs will feed as one,
    When bears and calves bask in the sun,
    A mere young boy will lead them all,
    And they will heed his childish call.
    When tears belong to yesterday,
    When fears and pain have passed away,
    You’ll see how God these things supplies,
    If you keep your eyes on the prize.

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