Funeral services have been set. Family and friends will gather to celebrate the life of Jason Lee Oslin on Monday, July 17, 2023, at the Gashland Evangelical Presbyterian Church 8029 N Oak Trafficway Kansas City, MO 64118. Visitation will begin at 9:30 a.m. with a service celebrating his life commencing 11:00 a.m. Pastor Ritchey Cable will officiate. Cremation will follow with private urn placement in Leavenworth National Cemetery.
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The world lost an amazing person on July 9, 2023. Jason Lee Oslin was born December 7, 1975 in Kansas City, MO, the son of Jerry and Maxine (Faith) Oslin. They preceded him in death.
Jay graduated from Park Hill High School, where he was an exceptional athlete and learned to love the game of football. He went on to play college football at Scottsdale Community College and later graduated from Louisiana Tech. Jay had a drive for success and a work ethic like no other, which led him to train as a Navy Seal. This hard work and passion to succeed would carry over into his everyday life as a civilian. He was a great husband, father, brother, best friend and mentor to so many. He spent countless hours coaching and helping young athletes train in speed and agility, to better prepare themselves for their chosen competitive sport. He cherished his time at ARC Sports Performance and valued the relations made with co-workers and athletes over the years. He was also successful in the business world, and was currently working in sales for Thrive Construction.
Jay’s greatest love was that of family and friends. He married the love of his life, Cassie Leigh McCauley on October 21, 2022 in Parkville, MO. That short union of marriage produced a lifetime of love and memories.
In addition to Cassie, survivors include a son, Phoenix Fuentes. Phoenix became the perfect son for Jay. The bond that developed between the two became so meaningful for both of them. He is also survived by his brother and best friend, James “Jimmy” Edward Oslin of Phoenix, AZ. Jay had so many close friends and extended family members that he considered close family. He will be dearly missed but his legacy will never be forgotten.