Obituary of Jason Healey
Jason (“Jay”) Michael Healey age 35 of Hammonton, died peacefully at home, after a short illness, on November 21, 2017. Jay was born and raised in Marlton, New Jersey and graduated from Cherokee High School in 2001 and attended Camden County College for 2 years. He founded and operated ATF Auto Recovery in 2011 and recently expanded his business and started, ATF Parking Enforcement. Jay was known throughout the South Jersey region as the “Repo Man”, a nickname that he was most proud of.
He was very diligent in everything he did but he was most proud as a younger man that he had achieved and was awarded full merit as an Eagle Scout in January 1999. Jason’s many family and friends have been left with a heavy heart at this time of the year, as his favorite holiday was Thanksgiving and he and his wife Brittany Sahli – Healey hosted on several occasions what they referred to as “Friendsgiving” turkey dinners. Jay loved his home in Hammonton, and always looked forward to the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Feast in Hammonton each July and enjoyed many celebrations at Foxy’s Tavern until it closed. He always enjoyed New Years Eve as he was always ready with a display of fireworks. Jay and Brittany in the Spring and Fall could always be found, four-wheeling in and around the Wharton Tract for hours on end.
Jay is survived and will be missed by his loving and devoted wife of 5 years, Brittany Sahli-Healey, his mother Donna Marie Dahms-Healey of Marlton, NJ his father, Stephen Gary Healey of Prescott, AZ, his sister, Catherine Healey of Marlton, NJ, his sister-in-law Brooke Funk and her husband Andrew of Northfield, NJ, and his father-in-law Ronald Sahli of Hammonton, NJ and his Grandfather, David G. Quinlan of Washington, DC. Uncle Jay will be sadly missed by his niece, Taylor Funk and his nephews Merrick Funk and Jeffrey Masters, Jr. and finally, Jay will be missed by Foxy his Rottweiler, who was always his faithful companion and at his side, but Jay knows that Foxy will be well taken care of by Brittany.
Family and friends are invited to attend his visitation Tuesday Nov.28th 6-8pm with a service at 8pm. at the Marinella Funeral Home 102 N. Third St Hammonton. Burial will be private.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests a donation to be made in Jason’s name to the Animal Welfare Association, 509 Centennial Blvd., Voorhees, NJ 08043, as Jason was an avid animal lover.
Further information can be obtained on the Marianella Funeral Home website. (www.marinellafuneralhome.com)