Jared Daniel Page, age 25, beloved son, brother, nephew, uncle, cousin, fiancé and
gentleman departed this life to be at home with the Lord on May 5, 2021 at the Center for
Hospice in Mishawaka, Indiana. Jared was born on February 22, 1996 at Memorial Hospital in South Bend, Indiana.
From day one he was a delightful, joyous, lovable soul who could light up a room and lift people's spirits. No matter how he was feeling, he always put others first and treated them with kindness and respect. Throughout his life, Jared left an impact wherever he went.
While in elementary school, he played soccer and basketball at the YMCA of Michiana and basketball through the South Bend Parks and Recreation Program. Jared attended LaSalle Academy where he also started playing Bass. He attended Washington High School, where he was in the Medical Magnet Program, National Honor Society, Student Council, Debate Club (MVP), Drama Club, Multicultural Society, Orchestra and Project Excel. He graduated in 2014 with honors and received numerous recognitions and awards, including the
Debate Scholarship, Multicultural Society Scholarship, Alpha Phi Alpha Scholarship, President's Award and Principal's Award.
He attended Wabash College where he became a member of the prestigious Kappa Sigma Fraternity. He also attended Indiana University South Bend where he majored in Business. Jared worked at Kroger for a year and at Hacienda for five years where he became a Manager. He also worked at Wings Etc. and at Mattress Firm as a Manager in training. Jared was a member of St. Paul Bethel Missionary Baptist Church where he served as a Junior Usher.
He enjoyed fun times with family and friends. He leaves to cherish his memory his mother Karen (Dennis) Patterson of South Bend; his sisters, Faren Page and Jewel Page of South Bend; his brothers, Adrian Brown of Buchannan, Michigan and William Travis Sanders of South Bend; his beloved fiancée Kylie McKee of South Bend; his nephews, Vernado (3j), Jaiden, Levi, Malcolm Jr., Jaxson and niece Joy; his grandparents in-law, Dennis G. Patterson Sr. and Gwenevera Patterson, along with a host of special family and friends.
Jared was preceded in death by his father William E. Sanders; his maternal grandparents, Ollie D. Page and Shirley Page (Harris), and his paternal grandparents; James T. Sanders, Sr. and Charlie Mae Sanders (Corbitt) Jared will be dearly missed and will remain in our
hearts forever along with all of our loved ones.
II Corinthians 5:8
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