Jason Anthony Novello, 42, of Lacey Township, NJ passed away unexpectedly on Saturday December 12, 2020. With regrets and heavy hearts. beloved father, son, brother and uncle. Jason was raised in Rockaway then moved to Clark. He graduated ALJ High School where he enjoyed playing sports especially Lacrosse. Jason was an avid Boy Scout earning the highest rank of Eagle Scout and as his project building a prayer garden at Zion Lutheran Church. He and his identical twin brother Joshua were born to Anthony and the late Susan (Chalmers) Novello on December 4, 1978 in Elizabeth, NJ. Jason was a preemie and he was not received by his family until Christmas Eve of that year. His love of the outdoors led to hobbies in camping, fishing, boating, kayaking, skiing and fourwheeling/mopeds. Jason was a kind-hearted and a caring young man who, with his heart warming smile, was constantly engaging with others by putting them first. Jason was always willing to lend a helping hand to those in need. He was highly regarded by the home remodeling trade for his talents as a skilled craftsman, project manager and work ethic.
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Jason is survived by his wonderful children, Kaden and Madison the loves of his life and their mother Araceli, his beloved father Anthony, his identical twin brother Joshua and his wife Kelly, his identical twin sisters Danielle and Tara, his great aunt Elly, his aunt Mary and his two loving nephews Anthony and Jameson, as well as his extended family, friends, his pet dog Eli and other family pets. Jason sadly is predeceased by his loving mother Susan, his grandma Chalmers, his great aunt Helen, his aunt Sharon and uncle John.
There are no calling hours. Burial will be private. The Paul A. Shaker Funeral Home, 764 Farmington Ave., New Britain, CT has charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you please consider a gofundme contribution. To extend condolences to the Novello family or to share a memory of Jason, please visit SHAKERFUNERALHOME.COM