Our Son Jason

Jason L. Farley
February 28, 1979 to June 29, 2008
This page is dedicated to our son.



The Day I Cried
On February 28, 1979, I cried out in sheer joy when the doctors said, "Congratulation, Mrs. Farley you have a son." The tears continued to flow for two hours because My third child was finally a son.

On June 29, 2008, I cried when I saw your life was taken from this earth. My tears continue to fall, because you, my son, are gone. My tears are different from the tears I cried when you were born. These tears come, because of pain and sadness. 
Good bye my son, I release you my son, my Jason, unto Gods loving arms. 
Love, Momma


Jason Lee Farley, 29, of Hyattsville, MD died on Sunday, June 29, 2008 as a result of a motorcycle accident in Cascade, MD.

Born February 28, 1979 in Martinsburg, WV he is the son of Bishop Rick Farley and Rev. Karren McClung Farley of Inwood.
Jason was a graduate of Musselman High School 1997 and attended Shepherd University. He was a project manager for ASD in the metropolitan area.
He had served in the US Army and was a member of Martinsburg Christian Center.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by the love of his life and soul mate Jillian Behram of Hyattsville, MD, two sons, Demitrius Anthony Behram-Farley and Eric Rawls; mentor to many other young men; one brother, Nathan Farley of Inwood; two sisters, Felicia Hayslette of Bunker Hill and Christy Varner of Bunker Hill; paternal grandmother, Frances Farley of Inwood, maternal grandfather, Dwight McClung, Sr. of Inwood; six nephews, Jacob Longoria, Gage Farley, Edyn Farley, Kade Farley, JD Hayslette, and Wesley Hayslette; and one niece, Karissa Longoria.
He was preceded in death by paternal grandfather, Rev. G. M. Farley; maternal grandmother, Wanda McClung; and one niece, Sierra Farley.
Funeral services were held on Saturday, July 5, 2008 at 11:00AM at the Brown Funeral Home South Berkeley Chapel in Inwood and Pastor Betty Jones officiated. Interment was at the Paynes Chapel Cemetery.