Jason M. Hunt

September 10, 1981 - December 30, 2023

Visitation: Thursday, January 4, 2024, 3-7 pm; Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry Township

Service: Friday, January 5, 2024, 11 am; Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry Township

Jason M. Hunt, Age 42, of Cranberry Township passed away suddenly in his sleep on Saturday, December 30, 2023. Born September 10, 1981, Jason was the beloved son of Joseph Hunt and Eva “Sonia” Berg, and beloved grandson of the late Eugene and Virginia Hunt, and Eva Olga Savol.

Besides his parents, Jason is survived by his only brother, Ian Hunt and many uncles, aunts and nephews and nieces. Jason will be missed dearly by Ian and his father, Joseph Hunt. He will also be deeply missed by his many uncles, aunts, and cousins: Mary, Gary and Maristel, Tim and Leslie, Terry and Marion, Kathleen and Jack, Gene and Margie, Ann and Mike, Patty and Binny, Andrew and Ann, and Virginia. His many first cousins are: Kim, Jeff, Brian, Sean, Hunter, Eugene III, Emily, Tim, Aaron, Adam, Michael, Justin, Terra, Colin, Ryan, Darren. He also had many second and even third generation cousins and enjoyed time with all of them.

Jason had an extremely charismatic personality and many close and loyal friends, who will deeply feel his loss. Jason was an enthusiastic fan of golfing, Steelers and loved to camp and fish. He had a great deal of experience in restaurant management and he also loved to cook. Jason’s dream was to own his own restaurant. He was in the process of renovating the old Perrytowne Bar and was planning to open it as the Perrytown Tap House. Jason was weeks away from achieving his dream. Jason, Jason’s Dad, and many family and friends, have been diligently working towards realizing his dream – a testament to the love of his family and friends.

Family and friends are welcome on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2024 from 3- 7 pm at Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry Township, 2678 Rochester Road, Cranberry Township. Funeral services will be held on Friday January 5, 2024 at 11am at the Funeral Home.

Flowers may be sent to Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry Township. Jason was a strong supporter of U.S. troops, at home and overseas, and memorial gifts may be given in Jason’s name to any Veterans organization.

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  • Jeffrey Robert Zorn

    Jason my brother…you were a great friend and mentor to me during our time at the Perrytowne. I was looking forward to working with you once again. Will miss you. Rest in Peace and GOD be with you.

  • Valerie Bednar

    Jason, we will miss you so much…watch over the kids, they loved you so much, and you them. I love you Jay, rest with the angels .

  • Jen McDevitt

    Our Prayers are with your family.

    We love & will miss you tons. You were a great friend.
    Jen & Anabel

  • Nickie Mader

    Prayers for all family and friends to get through this tragic loss. Jason was a great person and great friend and will be deeply missed by so many… fly high Jay. We love and miss you already. Until we meet again friend.

  • Mary Lemke

    I am I am so sad to learn of Jason’s passing. He always had a warm cordial greeting. I will miss having him as a neighbor. May God bless him and Joe and Jason. Your next door neighbor, Mary.
    so sad to learn of Jason’s passing. He always had a warm cordial greeting. I will miss having him as a neighbor. May God bless him and Joe and Jason. Your next door neighbor, Mary.

  • Steve Cannone

    May Jason be at peace and filled with the love of the Lord. I will miss you my friend.


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