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In Memory of

Jason Robert Comoletti

October 21, 1997 - June 14, 2017

Obituary


Jason Robert Comoletti, 19, of Bourne, tragically passed away Wednesday, June 14th.

Jason was the son of Glenn and Candace Comoletti of Bourne; brother of Allison Comoletti, and his twin, Adam Comoletti, both of Bourne. He was known as a funny, respectful, and athletic young man.

Jason graduated from Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical High School in 2016. He studied Plumbing and Heating during his four years at the school. After graduation, Jason was employed by Maybrook Plumbing & Heating as a plumbing apprentice, working towards becoming a Journeyman and ultimately...

Jason Robert Comoletti, 19, of Bourne, tragically passed away Wednesday, June 14th.

Jason was the son of Glenn and Candace Comoletti of Bourne; brother of Allison Comoletti, and his twin, Adam Comoletti, both of Bourne. He was known as a funny, respectful, and athletic young man.

Jason graduated from Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical High School in 2016. He studied Plumbing and Heating during his four years at the school. After graduation, Jason was employed by Maybrook Plumbing & Heating as a plumbing apprentice, working towards becoming a Journeyman and ultimately a Master Plumber. He was a dedicated and hardworking employee. Even when the day was done at Maybrook, he would go on to his second job as a pizza delivery driver three to four days a week.

Jason loved all sports, but basketball was his passion. He played for Upper Cape Tech's baseball and basketball teams, and was a captain of UCT's basketball team his senior year. Jason was a forward on the basketball team and was recognized as Athlete of the Week by the Bourne Enterprise for his outstanding performance on the court. Jason was also selected as an All-Star player for the Mayflower All-Star Basketball League. Jason was a left handed pitcher on the baseball team; his best pitches were his fastball and in his last year playing, his slider. "He threw hard," his father said.

Jason was voted best looking in his class, which he was extremely proud of. He was always sure to remind his friends of this whenever he got the chance.

Jason is survived by his parents, his brother and sister; Grandmother Marjorie Comoletti of Braintree; aunt Connie Dwight of Scituate; uncle and aunt David Sr. and Anne Comoletti of Marshfield; aunt Diane Bell of Taunton; uncle Jeffrey Comoletti of South Weymouth; uncle and aunt Robert Jr. and Annie Dwight of Scituate; cousins Alicia and Adam Bourget and their daughter Amelia of Mansfield; Ashley Bell and her son Thomas Creeden of Taunton; Jillian and David Comoletti of Marshfield; and Matthew and Andrew Comoletti of South Weymouth. He is also survived by his numerous friends, of which there are too many to mention.

Visiting hours will be held at Nickerson Bourne Funeral Home in Bourne, Tuesday, June 20th, 4:00-8:00 PM. A funeral mass will be held at St. John the Evangelist Church in Pocasset at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, June 21st. Burial will follow the Mass at Sandwich Town Cemetery on Route 130, Sandwich MA.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Jason Comoletti Memorial Scholarship Fund
Rockland Trust
172 Clay Pond Road
Bourne, MA 02532

The family and friends of Jason would also ask readers to consider signing a petition to name the outdoor basketball courts at the Trustees of the Veterans Memorial Community Center in Bourne in his honor. Jason played at the courts from the very first day that they opened and up until his passing. Link to the petition: www.ipetitions.com/petition/courts-for-jason