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RIP Jason Dean Neitzelt, 25

CAMDEN, DELAWARE - Jason Dean Neitzelt of Camden died Sunday, Aug. 5, 2001, along Del. 10 near Dover of injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was 25.

Mr. Neitzelt was born May 6, 1976, in Milford.

He was a graduate of Caesar Rodney High School, class of 1994.

He worked as a meat cutter for Acme Markets and belonged to the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 27.

Mr. Neitzelt was an automobile enthusiast and enjoyed the time he spent customizing his car. He also enjoyed snowboarding, playing pool and spending time at the beach. He was a people person and had a great love for life.

He was preceded in death by his father, Kenneth Neitzelt, Aug. 27, 2000.

He is survived by his mother, Marie Neitzelt of Dover; a brother and sister-in-law, Jeff and Barbara Neitzelt of Dover; a nephew, Ethan Neitzelt of Dover; a niece, Hannah Neitzelt of Dover; and his fiancee, Tammy Townsend of Camden.

Services will be 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Pippin Funeral Home, 119 W. Camden-Wyoming Ave., Wyoming, where friends may call one and one-half hours earlier.

Burial will be private.

Instead of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to the Jason Dean Neitzelt Art Scholarship Fund, c/o Shirley Westley, 239 Old North Road, Camden, DE 19934.

Letters of condolences may be sent via e-mail to pippin@magpage.com.


I graduated with Jason. He was leaving a Dover bar called Froggies at about 2 am Sunday morning. He was racing Danny Boles and Damon Howard, who used to hang out with my brother when we were in high school. They both wrecked their cars on Rt. 10. Jason and Damon were pernounced dead on the scene and Danny died in the hospital.

What a terrible waste. They were all my age. This kind of thing makes me worry about Little Brian.
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