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Thursday, July 1, 2021

Obituary - Jason Belmont

Jason Belmont, 48 of Kansas City, Missouri passed away June 24, 2021. Cremation with a visitation Saturday, July 3, 2021 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm at Mullinax Funeral Home, Butler(660-679-0009). Memorial services will follow at 2:00 pm Saturday also at the funeral home. Messages of condolence may be left for the family at www.mullinaxfuneralhome.com


Jason Lemar Belmont, Sr. was born October 12, 1972 in Omaha, Nebraska to Jerry Belmont and Pat Brock Hospodka. He was united in marriage to Rebecca Skinner on August 19, 2006. Together they had two children, Jason Jr. and Lynze. Jason’s children were his world, there was nothing he wouldn’t do for them. Jason had no fear, and there wasn’t a thing he could not do if he set his mind to it. He could fix anything and build about everything. He loved fast cars and even faster motorcycles. So it was only fitting that he worked as a mechanic. Jason was not the type of guy that could be cooped up inside, he was working non-stop. He was often fascinated as he watched various storms start to take shape.

Of the many things in Jason’s life, he was most in love with his family, which also loves him more than anything. He was a proud husband and father and with strength unmatched, he was the family’s rock.

Jason leaves these words behind for his family to cherish. “Lynze you will always be my princess, and junior you will always be my little Chickabonk. I love you both and I am very proud of you!” He wanted his father Jerry Belmont and father-in-law “Cap” William Skinner to know that they were the finest men he had ever met, and there was no one he respected more. To his wife Becca, “You had my heart from that first day at that McDonald’s window and thank you for never letting it go and for always loving and standing by me no matter what, when, or where.

Jason is survived by his wife Rebecca Belmont, son Jason Belmont, Jr., daughter Lynze Belmont, by his father Jerry Belmont and Kathy Wagner, brother Dustin Belmont and wife Heather, sister Jennifer Prell and husband Brian, an aunt Meredith Banik, aunt Jannelle Bedsual, father-in-law William Skinner, and by his lil buddy Farmer.