Jason Earl Hause

March 13, 2015

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Jason Earl Hause, a second generation member of the Gypsy Jokers Motorcycle Club, died March 1 of complications following a February 27 motorcycle crash.

Hause grew up in Orange County, California. moved to Coos Bay, Oregon and graduated from Marshfield High School in 1995.

His father Ken, who owns Coos Cycle Supply, built his first motorcycle and brought him into the club.

Jason Hause is survived by his children Holly, Drake, Grace and Gavyn; his father; his stepmother Kelly; his mother Marianne; his sisters Amy, Jamie and Melissa; his brother Joseph; his aunts Linda, Kathy, Dori and Roxie; his uncle Perry; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins; and his club brothers.

The Gypsy Jokers will host a ride in memory of their fallen brother tomorrow, March 14 at 11:30 a.m.. The pack will assemble in the Kmart parking lot at 12350 Northeast Sandy Boulevard in Portland. The club will host a celebration of Jason’s life at the Gypsy Jokers clubhouse at 3535 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Portland after the ride.

Jason Earl Hause died two weeks short of his 38th birthday. His friends remember they could count on him.

Requiscant in Pace


30 Responses to “Jason Earl Hause”

  1. Grumbler Says:

    Condolences to Jason Hause’s family, brothers and friends. :’-(


  2. rommel Says:

    Well said Rebel “His brothers knew they could count on him ” rest in peace young man

  3. Paladin Says:

    It’s sad when the old timers go, but absolutely heartbreaking when a parent has to bury their children. It’s a parent’s worst nightmare.

    Condolences to the Hause family, his Brothers, friends and those that new Jason Earl Hause.

    Long May You Ride,


  4. rollinnorth Says:

    Condolences to all who knew and loved him.
    At least he went out riding, not gunned down or locked away.


  5. WheresMyBoots Says:

    Condolences to this Man’s Brothers, Family, and Friends.
    Much Respect,

  6. Wolfenlover Says:

    CONDOLENCES to the family, friends & Brothers of Jason E. Hause
    Ride In Peace Gypsy Joker.

  7. CN Says:

    According to the Salem-News….”passed away due to complications developed from serious injuries of a tragic motorcycle crash on Feb 27th in which he was cut off in traffic on the interstate by a careless driver”. When it’s a Biker at fault are we ever referred to as “careless”? How about “murderous driver”? The latest mantra is “Black Lives Matter”, well our lives matter too. This is also the second story as of late where a Father has had to mourn the death of his Son in our culture and as has already been mentioned in this thread, that’s a nightmare. Ken, my thoughts and prayers are with you and although I can’t be in that run tomorrow, know I’ll be there in remembrance as will countless Bikers around the World. If there’s a tribute fund to help support Jason’s kids please have it listed here.

    Sincere Condolences & Sympathies to the Gypsy Jokers as well as Jason’s Family & Friends. Ride safe tomorrow and free forever.


  8. FF Says:

    Soar high, high flyer…

  9. Wrangler Says:

    Condolences to Jason Hause’s family, friends, loved ones and brothers. Gone too soon but never forgotten. Ride free Jason.



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  11. so.ab Says:

    my condolences to jasons family and his GJMC brothers

  12. Ace Says:

    Condolences and Respect to Mr. Hause’s Family, Brothers, and Friends, RIP.

  13. Wookiee Says:

    Condolences to his family, those of both blood and bond. May he ride in peace forever in the land where the sun never sets

  14. Jim666 Says:

    Condolences, May you R.I.P.

  15. Road Whore Says:

    Condolences to all.

  16. Scraphound Says:

    Forever in the Wind. My condolences to all his family and friends.

  17. bcnasty Says:

    May he ride on in the hearts of his loved ones.
    ML&R to the GJMC

  18. bandar bola Says:

    nice blog…. and nice share…. Thankyou !

  19. John Deaux Says:

    My respect and condolences to all who knew and loved Mr. Hause.
    He’s riding high with his brothers in the forever chapter.

  20. Steel Says:

    Condolences to the family and his brothers.

    Cut off by a driver. Wonder if the car driver was on a cell? I’ve known a few men get injured seriously by car drivers yakking on cell phones and not paying attention.

    RIP Mr. Hause



  21. CoolhandLuke Says:

    Condolences to this young man’s family and his Brothers.

  22. sled tramp Says:

    We shut down Salem yesterday riding to remember our world’s loss.Over 500 bikes and many many clubs gathered out of love and respect for a man I can only describe as Iconic.I still can’t wrap my head around Jason leaving us so suddenly.A man whose life so positively impacted all those who knew and loved him and they were many.And I won’t say R.I.P. because he and Fish and Tony and his Brothers gone on ahead are all tearing it up in Vahalla.

  23. JMacK Says:

    My thoughts and condolences to the Family and Brothers of Mr. Hause.

    Ride Free


  24. AVAGOVFFV Says:

    Sled Tramp,
    My very best to you and yours during this sad time and my sincere condolences to the family, Brothers and to Jason’s many friends.

    Take care

    Viva Los Vagos

  25. PJ Says:

    Condolences to those left behind.

  26. Sieg Says:

    Seated in the Great Hall of Warriors
    All REspect

  27. Base Says:

    Condolences to all those that loved him.


  28. Jim666 Says:

    Seen this in another site thought it fitting to post here for those of us that couldn’t make his last ride, Link below.



  29. sled tramp Says:

    Thank you and I had the pleasure of spending some quality time with many of your Brothers that day.

  30. AVAGOVFFV Says:

    Sled Tramp,
    Your most very welcome Sir.
    I’m glad that you were able to enjoy the company of my family on the most unpleasant of days. May the joyful memories remain forever and the grief pass quickly, again my very best to you and yours.

    Viva Los Vagos

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