Jason Chehade, 41, of Shrewsbury


Jason ChehadeShrewsbury – Jason Chehade will be dearly missed by his family, friends, and the multitude of other people whose lives he has touched over the past 41 years. He will be remembered as a wonderful person, smart and charismatic, with a great sense of humor…and impeccable style.

Jason was a bright light, an exuberant presence – full of life and adventure, and had a multitude of different professional interests, including owning and operating Motley clothing store in Boston, working in the family’s real estate business in Springfield, and serving as a sober living coach, helping so many people effect positive change in their own lives through his care, compassion, and guidance. In his free time, Jason could often be seen at the gym – physical health and fitness was always very important to him.

Jason was born on October 21, 1980, in Worcester, MA, the youngest child of Dr. Youssef B. and Sylvia (Chidiac) Chehade. He died Friday, December 17, 2021. He was raised in Shrewsbury, MA, attending Worcester Academy for high school. He then attended Quinnipiac College, earning his bachelor’s degree in Communications.

Jason leaves behind a close Lebanese family, including his parents, Youssef and Sylvia Chehade, of Shrewsbury, his siblings: Marie N. Currivan (Donald), of West Springfield; Richard B. Chehade (Emily), of Shrewsbury; Robert J. Chehade (Anne), of Hopkinton, NH; Joseph J. Chehade (Kathryn), of Bolton. He also will be dearly missed by his nieces and nephews: Isabel, Alexandra, Layla; Juliet, Will and Caroline; JP and Ava, in addition to many aunts, uncles and cousins. He was predeceased by, and soon reunited with beloved grandparents, Youssef and Genevieve Chidiac, and his cherished uncle, Badui Chidiac.

Family and friends will honor and remember Jason’s life by gathering for calling hours in Saint Mary of the Hills Church, 630 Cross Street, Boylston on Wednesday, December 22nd from 10 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. followed by his Funeral Mass celebrated at 12 Noon. Burial will follow in Mountain View Cemetery, Shrewsbury.

Arrangements by James & John Heald.