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Sean Troy Jasper

September 17, 1968 - December 17, 2022

Burial Date January 7, 2023

Family and friends may call at the Amos Carvelli Funeral Home, 201 Edison Street, Nutter Fort, WV, on Saturday, January 7, 2023 from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. The service will be held at the conclusion of the visitation at 10:00 a.m. with Pastor Jeremiah Jasper presiding. A graveside service will be held at 2:30 p.m. at Sunset Memorial Park, 4301 MacCorkle Avenue, SW, Charleston, WV 25309.

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Prayers for Troy's family & friends. I hadn't seen him in awhile, but I knew him for a long time at Ruby Tuesday's. He was the Light in everyone's life. I remember he'd always listen to me and my complaints about my job. He was always lifting everyone up. I can't believe that he is gone. I know that he is in heaven with his friends and family. I could see and feel the glory of The Lord in his every action. What a Blessing to have known him!!!!!

Posted by Patti on February 7, 2023

Godspeed my friend, and May peace be with you and the family.

Posted by Mia Williams Burnett on January 23, 2023

I used to work at the gomart Troy visited every single night like clock work. It doesn’t matter what kinda day I was having, the second Troy walked in the room lit up and immediately lifted my spirits. He was the light in the dark. You knew the world was a better place with him in it. His smile was contagious, his heart was made of solid gold and was the happiest person Iv ever come across. Rest in heaven buddy, we’re gonna miss that huge smile of yours..

Posted by Anonymous on January 19, 2023

SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT TROYS PASSING, MY GIRLFRIEND AND I KNOW TROY FROM RUBY TUESDAY, ARE THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU ALL. ITS A . GOD BLESS YOU ALLGREAT LOSS , BUT CERTAINLY HEAVENS GAIN. GOD BLESS YOU ALL . ROBERT BEESON ALSO A NOTRE DAME FAN AND JOYCE JONES

Posted by ROBERT BEESON on January 11, 2023

Troy was the best. I had the pleasure of meeting him while working at Ruby Tuesdays. If you were having a bad day, he would always make it brighter by making you laugh. He was an incredible teacher when it came to learning to bartend. Always patient and kind. I hadn’t seen him in the past two years as I moved to NC but, I’ll never forget him. When the Cubs when to win World Series in 2016, he would l make fun of my shirts I bartended in because they were Pittsburgh.. so when he went home to Chicago he brought me back a shirt. I remember him saying I told them I needed a small small shirt. And Lord, if you interrupted him during Jeopardy. He told me a story about him meeting this banging girl but, she called and showed up during Jeopardy so no dice for her. Man, Troy you will be missed. I’d bet you’ve had your talk to Alex Trebec! Love you my friend.

Posted by Brandi Hunter on January 7, 2023

Your Lewisburg, WV family was so sorry to hear of Troy’s passing. Troy was a bright light, and we pray for comfort and peace for his friends and family. While I knew him from growing up with him in the 80s, it was a joy reading how much his light continued to shine as he got older. May God continue to watch over the Jasper family, you all make unforgettable imprints of love on the hearts of those you meet.

Posted by Avery on January 7, 2023

This message is Rev. Jeremiah Jasper: You don’t know me but your brother Dave spoke of you often to me. I met Dave at Fairmont State in the fall of 1977. We were good friends all the years we were at FSC. I went to watch him play basketball. He spoke of his family often. We had lots of conversations. One time he came to my home in Salem WV. My mother still lives there. She saw your brother’s obituary in the Clarksburg paper today. I live in Manassas Va. She recognized the Jasper name and asked me if this person would be related to Dave. I immediately recognized Fayetteville…when she said your name as the person doing the service I knew you were Dave’s brother…I then looked up the obituary on line and immediately noticed “the late Rev. David E. Jasper”…so I googled Dave’s obituary and was so saddened to see he passed away in 2010… SSSOOO young…Dave and I did communicate thru the years but I got married and had a family…the last time we talked he was living in Fairmont pastoring a church many years ago….Dave and I shared our Christianity together…I went to church with him a few times in downtown Fairmont…he was a soldier of Christ…why did God calle him home SSSOOO young?? His job on earth was completed….He is now with Christ…we have to go to him…I saw in the obituary that he died suddenly…had he been sick? I will be praying for you and your family…Sean was young too…May God bless and give you comfort. Truly my soul finds rest in God; my salvation comes from Him. Truly He is my rock and my salvation; He is my fortress, I will not be shaken. Ps. 62:1-2 Denise Lough Linton deniselinton@hotmail.com

Posted by Denise Lough Linton on January 6, 2023

Troy was one of the nicest people I have ever met. I first met him at Ruby Tuesday’s and was immediately impressed with his friendliness and quality service. Whenever I ate there, I always asked for Troy, and he would ask about my wife, our home we were building as well as my sister, Anita, even though he had only met her one time. I actually had invited him to visit our home in North Carolina on the water. I think he was looking forward to visiting, because of how much he enjoyed the pictures I shared with him from my phone. Troy became a friend. Through our conversations, I learned that his father, David, played at Fairmont State when I attended and worked on the student newspaper. I know his family is hurting, but I also know Troy is with the Lord. His faith shined brightly with every human interaction. He was truly a special, giving, loving person who touched the lives of so many. To the family, I wish you peace and comfort through my thoughts and prayers. Troy was one of a kind. Randy Shillingburg

Posted by Randy Shillingburg on January 5, 2023

Troy was the most kind spirited loving person I ever met. My friend and I went to Ruby Tuesday's just so we could hear his joyful laugh see his kindness to everyone he met. He was more than server,he was a beacon of light to all he knew. I could be so down and when I got there and my heart would happy When I left. Fly high Troy. U were loved By all the lives u came into. 2 short time friends ,Linda Elliott and Elizabeth Watson.

Posted by Linda on January 4, 2023

Troy, you were such a bright beacon of light!! You never met a stranger and made everyone you met feel not just comfortable, but loved. I will surely miss you and your laughter. I don’t know if I can go to Ruby Tuesday’s again because it won’t be the same. You may have only been on this earth a short time but your faith and your life touched so many!! You are greatly missed. Ruthie Spino

Posted by Ruth Spino on January 2, 2023

I only knew Troy within the four walls of Ruby Tuesday in Clarksburg. I met him for the first time, very early on when my husband and I were just dating (about 14 years ago). Troy was -without a doubt- the best server I've ever seen. He could serve you once, not see you for 10 months, and remember every detail of your order when you came back. He didn't write anything down, and he carried on, and reminisced, and teased, and laughed all while "taking your order". At first, you might assume your meal was going to be a total mess...this dude wasn't paying attention, how could he remember all of that when he was talking about the random wounded animal he drug out from under an old car this weekend? He remembered. It was perfect...and if something out of his control came about (very rarely, as he checked the kitchen's work before anything hit the table), he made it perfect after the fact. Troy would *create* a meal for Winnie if what she wanted wasn't on the menu. He'd just go cook her whatever she wanted himself. We saw Troy maybe once a year, maybe five times. Very infrequently. He ALWAYS asked about our kids, our lives, our extended families. He always shared his adventures, he loved going to Chicago to see family and catch any and every game he could. Every time we saw him we laughed and joked and cursed and giggled. This man was walking dopamine, it did not matter how you entered that restaurant, you left HAPPY. I Loved Troy. Chances are, if you visited Clarksburg with us for any reason, we took you to Ruby Tuesday, and we bragged about Troy until you got to meet this walking ball of sunshine for yourself. Then, you loved him too. We went to Ruby Tuesday today, knowing Friday is his day off, but HOPING he'd be working anyway! I asked for him, like I always do, and they told me he had passed away suddenly, just before Christmas. It broke my heart. It took me probably 10 minutes to compose myself. I only knew him in those four walls, but I'll miss him forever. I hope Troy knew what an absolute joy he was. I hope he knew that he literally made days better just by existing. I hope he knew that he was so special, that strangers loved him. I'm glad a knew Troy, and I will never forget him. My deepest condolences to his family and friends at this time.

Posted by Rebecca Hines on December 30, 2022

I had the pleasure of working with Troy at Ruby Tuesday in the 2000s. He was an awesome mentor and a pleasure to be around. He was such a well-rounded person that he could relate to anyone. The world has lost a shining star, but Heaven has gained another soldier. Fly high my friend, your work here is done---Margaret

Posted by Margaret on December 29, 2022

Hard to believe I will not see your big smile, your warm welcome, I will miss your upbeat attitude. Met you through my son Jason, when he became very sick you were his go to man fixin him up with special made to order fantastic meals. Then to big birthday parties, memorial rib dinners, your big heart and kindness will be missed. Rest In Peace

Posted by Debby n Bob Wilson on December 28, 2022

I have fond memories of our time together. You took me fishing for my very first time. Always laughing and playing tricks. I’ll never forget you. I’m sure we’ll meet again.

Posted by Kay on December 27, 2022

Troy, I don’t even know where to begin. I’m still in shock. You were so full of life, laughter and love. Michael and I were so blessed to have known you all these years. You truly loved life and people. Our Granddaughter Katy only knew you for 7 short years but oh how she loved you! You let her punch in orders, serve, clear tables, came to her softball games, danced with her, quizzed her on school subjects and made her feel so special. Her heart is broken and I don’t think she or us, will ever be able to eat at Ruby Tuesday’s again. Too full of memories. We love you, always will, and miss you. The world was a brighter place with you in it, but I know where you are and you are fine. We will see you again ❤️❤️

Posted by Karen and Michael Hall on December 24, 2022

I will miss you my friend you never missed a day coming into gomart seeing us we love you go rest high on the mountain.

Posted by Julie Montgomery on December 23, 2022

Troy was blessed with a beautiful personality! He was a delight. My husband and I always looked forward to seeing Troy when we visited Ruby Tuesday’s. He will be missed. We send condolences to Troy’s family and friends, and pray he’s rejoicing in the presence of Jesus this Christmas. God bless you all as you grieve his passing.

Posted by Anonymous on December 22, 2022

I was a kid when I met Troy, but he never made me feel that way. Troy welcomed me to his family and always showed respect and compasion. Except to whoever was playing Notre Dame. Always ready to have fun in any task, Troy was a light. He called me Little Brother and I'll have love for him forever. Gone too soon my friend.

Posted by Patrick Lantz on December 22, 2022

Troy was one of the most beautiful souls I’ve ever had the privilege of meeting. If you’ve ever received a Troy hug, you know they came from his heart, not just his arms. He was such a gift to this world. Fly high, beautiful angel! Rest peacefully, knowing that you left your mark on everyone blessed enough to have known you. We love you, Troy.

Posted by Nicole Kerns on December 22, 2022

Troy was and always will be the best person I’ve ever worked with and met in my life! He was a spit fire for sure but also one of the most kind hearted people I know I will forever cherish the memories I’ve made with him while working together he will forever be missed and loved beyond measures

Posted by Shanyia on December 22, 2022

Troy always made me feel special when I dined at Ruby Tuesdays. I will miss him so very much and will have a hard time going back there. I love you Troy. R.I.P.

Posted by GLENDA MICK on December 21, 2022

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