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Wow, I found myself thinking of my dear friend from so long ago and decided to google his name. I definitely did not expect to find this... I am deeply saddened by the news of his passing. I worked with Jason at the Sheraton Brookhollow and had some of my best times there with him. I was a sales and catering assistant who spent way too much time in the kitchen because he was just "Oh soooooo cute!!!" I can't

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Posted by: Stephanie Garcia - Houston, TX - Old Co-Worker   Dec 18, 2014

After every meal Jason cooked for me he always was thinking of the next meal to make! He loved to eat and he loved to cook. Whenever the Dr blew his ulcer off in his mouth back in 2010 claiming it was from grinding his teeth,, I showed him in my Anatomy and Physiology book that he needed to get a second opinion. He told me that he didn't want to know if it was cancer. I can't believe it

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Posted by: Blair - Houston, TX - Ex girlfriend   Jan 16, 2014

Jason was an awesome person it hurts to think about him passing. He was always real nice to me when he was my boss at minute maid. One day I was washing potatoes out of the case and the other cooks started yelling at me telling me I was stupid that they were already clean. Jason could tell I was frustrated and he didn't have to but talked to me for a bit and made me feel better. He was a real nice guy and I miss him.


Posted by: Benjamin Kitchens - Houston, TX - Coworker   Aug 14, 2013

My condolences to Jason's family!

I shared many years with Jason at the Sheraton Brookhollow. He was always up to making my craziest culinary ideas a reality. Jason was extremely talented!

On a personal note Jason was very sweet, thoughtful and had a HUGE heart! There are so many funny stories I could share for hours.....he was always making everyone smile and laugh. He will be dearly missed!


Posted by: Heather Fricke - Houston, TX - Co-Worker   Jun 04, 2013

Dearest Miyamoto Family,

My thoughts and prayers are with you. Even though I lost contact with him after high school, I will still remember his smile and laid back attitude. He will be missed.

Sincerely,

Lawrence Lee


Posted by: Lawrence Lee - Shanghai, China - Friend   Jun 02, 2013

When I began cooking so many years ago, Jason was my first teacher. He taught me technique and attention to detail, but also, as was so natural to him, he taugh me to have fun, and enjoy the process. We were a close group of friends back then at the Sheraton Brookhollow and even though we lost touch as I moved away for work, I always looked forward to the chance to come back to Houston and see Jason and

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Posted by: Joe Tavary - Columbia, MD - Former Coworker   Jun 01, 2013

Mr. & Mrs. Miyamoto,

Thank you for blessing the world with such a wonderful person! He truly was a gifted Chef that will be truly missed by many.


Posted by: Nancy Alonzo - Houston, TX - Co-worker   Jun 01, 2013

I am so very sorry Miyamoto family. I didn't know Jason personally but I have known Chris since we were so little. If Jason is like Chris, which I'm sure he is) then he will be greatly missed by us here on earth, but heaven is rejoicing now cause they have received another angel. Love to all the family and know how sorry I am Chris


Posted by: Tiffany Podhorsky Walters - Humble, TX - Friend of Chris   Jun 01, 2013

Our thoughts and prayers are with Olen and Florence. May God provide you and your family with the comfort you need at this time of great loss.


Posted by: Eddie & Debbie Russell - Katy, TX - family friend   Jun 01, 2013

Jason you are now with the angels and can be free to dance & cook in Heaven. Thanks for all the smiles and warm hugs given. You will be missed.


Posted by: Susan Chaney - TX   May 31, 2013