Sept. 28, 2019 — Jaime Nicole Huston-Crafton, 33, and her son, Aeson Edward Wilson, passed away Aug. 20, 2019.
Jaime and Aeson are survived by her significant other, Jesse Wilson; her daughters: Arabella Ivana Crafton and Savannah Maureen Huston; her dad and stepmother, Jack and Toni Huston; her maternal grandparents, Melvin and Edna Tompkins; her paternal grandmother, Lee Adams; her siblings: Marissa Caviness and Christopher Huston (Bubby); her nieces and nephew, Camilla and Lilly Huston, and Asher Caviness; her closest aunt, Barbara Pond; her closest cousins, Michaela, Kara and Wyatt Pond, and Bailee Simones; her best friend, Amber Bojorcas; and many other family members and close friends.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Donna Tompkins; paternal grandfather Nick Allamand; and her uncle, Jim Cook.
Jaime was born in Springfield, Ore., at St. Luke’s Hospital, on April 8, 1986, to Jack and Donna.
Jaime spent her childhood in Florence, Ore., even though she joked that she did not care for the ocean, and graduated from Siuslaw High School.
Jaime valued education and attended Lane Community College.
She married Jon-Michael Crafton and together they had a daughter, Arabella Ivana Crafton, born July 13, 2005.
Eight years later, Jaime welcomed another daughter, Savannah Maureen Huston-Grossnicklaus, on March 29, 2013. Jaime and Jesse Wilson were eagerly awaiting the arrival of their first son, Aeson Wilson, when she passed away.
Jaime loved her daughters immensely. She loved spending time with her family, especially during the annual family reunion camping trip taken every year in June.
Jaime was kind, compassionate, and hilarious. Jaime had many wonderful friends, including a big group of supportive friends in the recovery community.
In addition to her family and friends, Jaime found strength through faith. She found comfort and happiness in God’s unconditional love, forgiveness and compassion.
There are simply no words capable of describing how greatly she and her son, Aeson, will be missed. The loss is immeasurable but so is the love left behind.
The memorial service will be held at Trinity Baptist Church in Springfield, Ore., on Oct. 5 at 1 p.m.