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Wander, Jason Allen

Wander, Jason Allen

January 8, 1976 — July 30, 2019

Jason Allen Wander, 43, of the Kansas City Northland, passed away unexpectedly on July 30, 2019, while working in Washington, DC.

A memorial service will begin at 2:00 pm, on Monday, August 5, at Liberty United Methodist Church (Sunset Campus), 1001 Sunset, Liberty, MO 64068. A celebration of Jason's life for family and friends will follow the service in the Family Life Center of the church. The family requests no flowers and memorials may be given to a fund supporting the future educations of his daughters, Ava and Stella. Contributions payable to Edward Jones (please note for the benefit of Ava and Stella Wander) and may be left at the service or sent c/o Erica Gabrick at Edward Jones, 5901 NW 63rd Terrace, Suite 170, Kansas City, MO 64151. Or you may consider one of Jason's favorite causes...The Liberty (MO) Education Foundation or the University of Tulsa.

Jason was born January 8, 1976, in Phoenix, AZ, the eldest of two sons of Ronald and Carol (Miller) Wander. He grew up in Albuquerque, NM where he graduated from West Mesa High School. He later received his Bachelor’s and Master’s of Business Administration degrees from the University Tulsa, where he was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He was united in marriage to Nancy Robertson on August 9, 2003 in Tulsa, OK.

Jason's career with Cerner Corporation spanned the past 17 years. His last position was that of Senior Director, Change Management, where he worked closely with the Veterans Administration. Most important in Jason's life was his family, and especially his girls. Jason loved and was devoted to his daughters. He was extremely involved in their lives, including attending school functions and coaching their sports teams. He was a loving and invaluable source of support for his wife Nancy. Jason was a positive force in the lives of many persons beyond his immediate family. He was generous with his time and personal support to many of his business associates, and was equally supporting of his friends and family.

Survivors include his wife of nearly 16 years, Nancy; daughters, Ava (12) and Stella (8); parents, Ron and Carol Wander; brother and sister-in-law, Kyle and Amanda Wander, and their children, Asher, Jonas and Annabelle; as well as other family members and many friends who will miss him greatly

Service Information

A memorial service will begin at 2:00 pm, on Monday, August 5, at Liberty United Methodist Church (Sunset Campus), 1001 Sunset, Liberty, MO 64068. A celebration of Jason’s life for family and friends will follow the service in the Family Life Center of the church.

Wander, Jason Allen's Guestbook

Ava, I’m so sorry about your loss. Please know I’m thinking of you and your family. Much Love, Anne Deaver

Anne Deaver

I'm extremely sadden by the unexpected passing of Jason. It's never easy but this kind of lose can be exceptionally hard. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I'm truly sorry for your lose. Renee Stell - co-worker of Kyle Wander

Renee Stell

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of you’re loved one, Jason. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Erin Talak - Co-worker of Kyle Wander

Erin Talak

Please accept my sincerest regrets regarding the loss of Jason. I am praying for the Wander family during this very difficult time.

Ron McCoy

I had the pleasure of working with Jason over the last several years and getting to know him outside of work. To say he was a genuine guy and friend would be a huge understatement. We always caught up on family updates when we saw each other and he was so proud of his girls and all the things they were doing. It was easy to see how being a dad was a priority and he was a proud father. I'll miss him and his positive attitude. He was just one of the best guys we worked with.

Mark Embry

There are enough words to tell you how much I will miss Jason even if I had not seen him for awhile. Jason always had a smile and such a positive influence. My heart hurts for you . I will think and pray for you everyday. I feel fortunate and blessed knowing your husband friend and dad. He had a big heart which held a lot of you for you his family and friends and enabled us to care for each other as he did. We were all lucky to have him in our lives. Much love cindy maxwell .

cindy maxwell

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