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Officer Jason Ellis, Bardstown, KY (1979-2013)

He was a police officer for the Bardstown Police Department and a K-9 officer. He was a 1998 graduate of Glen Este High in Cincinnati where he was a first team All-City in 1998 and player of the year in the Queen City Conference. He played baseball for what is now the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, KY, and in the minor league Billings Mustangs in Montana. He was active in youth sports in Nelson County as a coach. He is a member of the N.N.D.D.A. K-9 association, local Fraternal Order of Police # 43, Special Response Team, and attended Bloomfield Baptist Church. His wife, Amy Phillips Ellis, survives. He leaves two direct living descendants
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Jason Ellis, 33, of Bardstown, died Saturday May 25, 2013.

His funeral service will be 10amCT/11amET, Thursday May 30, 2013 at Parkway Baptist Church, 2580 Springfield Road, Bardstown, KY, with burial in Highview Cemetery, Chaplin, KY. Visitation was be 2pm-8pmET, Wednesday at Parkway Baptist Church of Bardstown.


Jason Ellis, Nelson County, KY (1979-2013)

He was born September 22, 1979 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. He was the son of Pamela Sue Dearwester and the late Charles D. Ellis. He died Saturday, May 25, 2013, in Bardstown, Nelson County, KY, at the age of 33 years, 8 months, and 3 days.

He was a police officer for the Bardstown Police Department and a K-9 officer. He was a 1998 graduate of Glen Este High in Cincinnati where he was a first team All-City in 1998 and player of the year in the Queen City Conference. He played baseball for what is now the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, KY, and in the minor league Billings Mustangs in Montana. He was active in youth sports in Nelson County as a coach. He is a member of the N.N.D.D.A. K-9 association, local Fraternal Order of Police # 43, Special Response Team, and attended Bloomfield Baptist Church.

He was preceded in death by his father, Charles D. Ellis; maternal grandfather, Eugene Heming; maternal grandmother, Grace Marie Heming; and paternal grandmother, Anna Lou Ellis.

He is survived by his wife, Amy Phillips Ellis, and the following:
  • Two sons, Hunter Ellis and Parker Ellis all of Bloomfield, KY

  • Mother: Pamela Sue Dearwester of Cincinnati, OH

  • Two sisters: Kelly (Andy) Ellis Eastman, and Lacey (Brandon) Ellis Young of Amelia, Ohio

  • Three nieces

  • and four nephews
Memorial contributions may go to Supporting Heroes, PO Box 991547, Louisville, Ky. 40269-1547.
Barlow Funeral Home, 2675 E John Rowan Boulevard, Bardstown, KY, in charge of arrangements. Send a condolence to the family of Jason Ellis


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Jason Ellis, Nelson County, KY (1979-2013)



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