Delmarva Now | Josh Davis
Early on, Jason discovered a passion for fixing things. And he was good -- so good in fact, that while most kids his age were engrossed in video games, he was working in a lawn mower and tractor repair shop, just tinkering around, being a 12-year-old kid who was determined to learn why things worked and how to fix them when they didn't.
It led to an apprenticeship in electrical work and classes at Harford Community College on the Western Shore. Jason was on his way to becoming an electrician and achieving a dream of owning his own business.
So it didn't surprise his parents or grandparents that when Jason got his license at age 16, he, like everyone else in his family, signed up to become an organ donor.
"It was classic Jason, he had no reservations," said Jason's grandmother, Barbara Corbett of Fenwick, Island. "He said, 'If anything happens to me, I won't need them anymore, so let someone who may need them use them.' "