Jason Cleaver Obituary, Jason Cleaver Has Sadly Passed Away- Death Cause
- Isabella Mia
Jason Cleaver Obituary, Death – He was born in Berwick in 1930 and was the son of the late George C. Cleaver and the late Helen (Creasy) Cleaver. Both of his parents passed away previously. He was one of the very few pupils to pass eighth grade from a one-room school and obtain a diploma. His school consisted of only one classroom. After attending Orangeville High School for the first two years of his secondary schooling, he transferred to Benton High School for the final two years of his high school career and graduated there in 1948.
He attended Bloomsburg State Teachers College for his undergraduate education and Bucknell University for his graduate education. Both institutions award degrees in the field of science. In addition, he earned his graduate degree from Wilkes College as well as Temple University. He served as a troop information and instruction noncommissioned officer for Supreme Headquarters Allied Forces Europe during the Korean War, making
him not only a veteran of that conflict but also a lifelong member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars organization (SHAPE). After serving his obligation in the military for the required amount of time, he went on to pursue a career in education at the North Centre School. He first entered the workforce in the capacity of an educator in the Pennsburg School District. After that, he continued his career by working for the Central Columbia District for the subsequent quarter of a century.
He worked for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in a position that was meant to be transitory for a number of years before he was finally let go. He was an active member of the Zion United Church of Christ, where he served in positions such as Superintendent of the Sunday School and Consistory Member. In addition, he was an elder in the church. He was a charter member of Chapter H, Gold Wing Road Riders, as well as a lifetime member, and he and his wife rode motorbikes across 47 of the 48 contiguous states and all of the provinces in Canada. He was also a member of the organization for his entire life. In addition to that, they had embarked on a tour that took them all around Mexico and Europe.