Jason Dean Polk, 42, beloved father, son, and friend was called to his eternal resting place on September 19, 2022. He entered this world on January 27, 1980 in Norman, Oklahoma.
Jason was an avid hunter and fisherman and would often do blacklight fishing with his lifetime brother, Cody, who also co-started D.F.A., the two often went live on TikTok while fishing and had many followers from all over the country. Even though Jason wasn't a fan of orange (mostly because he was a die hard OU fan and would even listen to games while he fished), many of his followers were "Team Orange" because they liked his orange pole he would use. Jason's most beloved fishing buddies however, were his children: Jordan, Madison, Landon, and Courtlynn. In his younger days, his grandpa was his fishing buddy and he even received his lifetime fishing license from him on his 16th birthday. In Jordan's opinion, his dad made the best chili dogs he's ever had. Jason would also help Cody with his taxidermy.
Those left behind to cherish Jason's memory are his children: Jordan Polk, Madison Polk, Landon Polk, and Courtlynn Polk as well as their mother Ashley Maupin. His mother Jan and stepdad Robert Murray I; his grandmother, Evona Murray; his aunt Paula Davis; brothers: Dylan Wade, Dustin Wade, and Robert Murray II; sisters: April Peak, Felicia Hedrick, and Ashley and husband Drew Cunningham; his cousins: Kellie and husband James Evans, Thomas and wife Jamie Crane, Rebekah and husband Jeremy Robertson. And his lifetime brother and friend, Cody Hasty.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents: Harold Polk, Leona Polk, and Larry Murray.
A graveside service will take place on Friday, September 30, 2022, 2 p.m., at Grandview Cemetery in Kaw City with Pastor Gary Wilburn officiating. Online condolences may be made at www.gracememorialchapel.net.