Jason W. Pogrant
April 11, 1985 - April 1, 2008
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Kaukauna, WI 54130
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Jason W. Pogrant, age 22, died unexpectedly of natural causes at his home in Stevens Point. Jason was born April 11, 1985 to John and Betty (Borree) Pogrant of Kaukauna. For several years, Jason was a member of the Appleton Boychoir, and was part of the group that traveled to Japan. He graduated from Kaukauna…

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Ryan Huber left a message on April 6, 2009:
You were the first guy to greet me when I arrived at school and you were the first to take me swimming at Lake Joanis. I did not know a great deal, but you were a hell of a guy!! I will remember and miss you!!
Cathy Brockman left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear John and Betty, I am so sorry to hear of your son's passing. My prayers are with you and your family. Love, Cathy and Cliff
Jackie Pogrant Laux left a message on April 6, 2009:
Our deepest sympathies to you John and your family. I know what you are feeling and wish we were closer, so I could give you hug, so instead, I'm sending you a hug. Your cousin Jackie and family.
Julie Stevenson left a message on April 6, 2009:
Jason's death is such a tragedy - there is no way to understand how anyone so young leaves us so soon. I work at Liberty Mutual, and although I barely knew Jason, it was evident that he was someone that had a zest for life and truly appreciated the value that humor adds to it. He was certainly his own person which is something that I admired. There are no words that can express how sorry I am for your loss. I hope you know how many of us here are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
Carole Seidel left a message on April 6, 2009:
John, Betty & Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you. I always enjoyed talking with Pogee when he came to visit our daughters Katie and Val. He was a very kind and friendly young man that will be missed by many.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Connie Palm left a message on April 6, 2009:
Very shocked and saddened to hear about Jason. My daughter Alicia was a friend of Jason's. As Alicia spoke and her voice cracked I found myself searching but unable to find words to comfort, she needed to cry and tell me to call the mother of a couple of his other classmates who I am a close friend of. By evenings end their were two more Mom's with emptiness in their hearts along with those kids...I remember telling Jason, "You're so cute, you poor kid, you even look like one of mine"...due to I felt he resembled Alicia's brother. He fit right in with us. He was a very cute and nice boy that my daughter thought well of. My Dad and Step Mother live next door to you (Alicia and Cody's Grandpa Gordy and Grandma Jeri) we are all so very sorry for your loss...words are not enough to express, but know that the thoughts and prayers are endless and many. In Peace, Connie Palm (Alicia and Cody's Mom) [email protected]
James Wendler left a message on April 6, 2009:
Pogee was a great guy, so full of life and passion. He will be missed.
Brian Meyer left a message on April 6, 2009:
Tragedies like this are often difficult, if not impossible, to explain. First and foremost, my sincerest, most-heartfelt condolences go out to his family in this extraordinarily difficult time. Second, to everyone that knew Pogee (I can't even remember a time when I called him Jason) and will miss him dearly. What little comfort I've found in this all, I've found in a very simple fact. We all grew to know and love Pogee, and especially the smile and laughter that came with him EVERYWHERE he went. To know that that smile is now warming hearts in a better place lets me peacefully realize that if he can't be here, I'm glad he can help others with his most defining feature. You will be missed, my friend- forever and always. RIP
Len and Susan Foster left a message on April 6, 2009:
Our deepest sympathy to the entire Pogrant family. We knew Jason through the stories and eyes of his loving godmother, Donna. He was truly a gifted young man who brightened peoples lives. May God bless you with comfort.
Jason & Cassie Gigstead left a message on April 6, 2009:
We are so deeply sorry for your loss. We are friends of Jon and Bobbi's. Bobbi and I went to school together Kindergarden through college in Stevens Point. I stood up in their wedding and remember Jason as being very sweet! Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time.
Carlos & Natalia Boytel left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear John and Betty, Our prayers are with you on your loss. May God bless you all!
Tacia Hill left a message on April 6, 2009:
John (and Betty) - I am so very, very sorry to learn of your loss. ~Tacia Hill (John's former co-worker at Thilmany).
Kari Fritz-Heinrich left a message on April 6, 2009:
My sincere thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. I worked side-by-side with Jason on a project for Liberty Mutual for about two months last fall. I enjoyed working with Jason. He was a hard worker and a talented individual with fresh ideas. He was also very kind and considerate. He baked cookies for us one day in December and I thought that was really sweet. His contributions to Liberty Mutual will be remembered and valued for years to come. He will be remembered and missed... God Bless all of you.... Kari
Sue Steinberg left a message on April 6, 2009:
I am still in shock of the sudden death of Jason. I express my deepest sympathy.
Tom and Sue Natrop left a message on April 6, 2009:
John and Betty There are no words to express how sorry we are for your loss. Our Hearts and prayers go out to the whole family. Betty, Please if you need to talk call me ANYTIME, DAY OR NIGHT. Tom and Sue Natrop
Dorothy Imhof left a message on April 6, 2009:
Please know that Jason will be missed here at Liberty Mutual. I worked with Jason on the MWDC Metric Tracking application. Jason did a great job. I found Jason to be intelligent, energetic and friendly. I enjoyed working with Jason even though I know I frustrated him at times. I will miss him.
Iman Kamran left a message on April 6, 2009:
I am so very very sad to know of Jason's passing. We at Liberty will miss him very much. He was smart, kind and a value to our Organization and Team. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time that you will somehow find peace and solace at this most difficult time.
Barb Steinberg left a message on April 6, 2009:
My deepest sympathys to you Uncle John and Aunt Betty and John. My heart goes out to you.
George E. Greenwood left a message on April 6, 2009:
Sally Giordana left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear John, Betty & family: There are no words for the suffering you are experiencing at this time. One should never have to loose a child!! My thoughts and prayers are with you. Sally
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Stuart McGuigan left a message on April 6, 2009:
My deepest condolences to Jason's family and friends.
Tou Lee Yang left a message on April 6, 2009:
I had the pleasure of meeting Jason in college and having our final Computer Information Systems class together. We were put on the same project and worked together very well. We both interned at Sentry 20 hours a week and on top of that, our final CIS project at Sentry 30-40 hours a week as well. We always joked about working 60 hours for Sentry but getting paid for only 20 hours. It was a very crazy time in our lives but we both supported each other and showed up to work on our projects and finished with excellent grades. Jason was always willing to come in and do more to make up for others when they didn't do their share. Fortunately we ended up working for the same company at Liberty Mutual. We car pooled during the summer and fall months and shared great conversations about family, friends, careers, cars, goals and aspirations. Everyone at work thought he was the nicest guy. He was able to laugh at anything that would make you worry and worked on solving the problem and moved on. We were the Liberty new hire class of Summer 2007 and there were 10 of us. You knew going out to lunch was going to be a good time when Jason came along because we knew were going to have fun and interesting conversations and lots of laughs. It is surely a tragedy that someone so well liked and loved has to leave us behind. Jason will be remembered by all his friends at Liberty and at UWSP.
Dan Madigan left a message on April 6, 2009:
Jason, I wish I could be at your funeral to see you off into the next life buddy, but I am way out in Baltimore. You were indeed a good friend to me through all those years in college, from first meeting you in Knutzen Hall and the good times we had there to the two years that you and I were roommates at the houses on College Ave. and Union St. We had sure had some good times, like our 3 year run in the Trivia Contest as Co-Captains to just playing disc golf at Yulga. I am truly going to miss you man, with every fiber of my being; but again some day we will be together again tossing the front 9 in heaven. Take care buddy and know you are truly, truly missed. My condolences to his family for this loss, the world is truly a little less bright without Pogee around, had he will be missed.
Greg Swartzendruber left a message on April 6, 2009:
My deepest sympathies to Jason’s friends and family. Jason came to work for me at Liberty Mutual in August. Jason was certainly intelligent, talented and highly skilled but even more, Jason was committed to his friends and colleagues at work. Jason worked on two projects which are about to have significant impact to all of Liberty Mutual and his team here is both saddened by the loss and his absence and happy his memory will live on in the form of improvements he brought to the company. Jason was a warm, kind and happy soul bringing those traits with him into his work and his relationships. Jason, you are truly missed by all your friends here at the Midwest Development Center.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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