Justin "Jut" Douglas Solomon

Born: Fri., Dec. 16, 1977
Died: Sun., Feb. 12, 2017

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Justin “Jut” Douglas Solomon

Justin “Jut” Douglas Solomon, age 39, of Mechanicsburg, PA, passed away at home on Sunday, February 12, 2017.  Justin was born on Friday, December 16, 1977 in Wilkes-Barre, PA.

Justin was a graduate of the 1996 class at Cumberland Valley High School.  Justin later achieved a Bachelor of Science in Forestry from Penn State University in 2001.

Justin’s survivors include his beloved wife of seven years, Jessica Holly (Ross) Solomon; his loving parents, Douglas John and Molly (Fletcher) Solomon; his three siblings: Jason Solomon, Douglas Solomon, Laura Solomon; his sister-in-law, Karissa Solomon; his brother-in-law, Nate Ross; his parents-in-law, Paul and Donna Ross; and two nieces.

Justin was a true lover of nature and will always be remembered by his free-spirit and the charismatic impact he had on others.

Justin’s family will be remembering his life privately. 

Justin’s family has entrusted his care to Myers – Buhrig Funeral Home and Crematory in Mechanicsburg, (717) 766-3421.  Read Justin’s full obituary and sign his official guest book at www.Buhrig.com.

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Doug Solomon
   Posted Thu February 16, 2017
R.I.P. Bro gone but never forgotten

Mike Dillon
   Posted Sat February 18, 2017
I had not seen Justin in several years... I was deeply saddened to hear of his passing.
I moved to the Mechanicsburg area in the late 80's and remember meeting Justin. He was friends with several of the "older kids" in my neighborhood, most of whom I looked up to. Justin was one of the faster and stronger kids, so as a 9 year old - naturally he had my respect! Justin seemed to always have an adventure to get into and enjoyed pushing the boundaries. Seeing who could ride their bike the fastest, do the most pull ups, arm wrestle, and any other "feats of strength" kids like to do. Probably because he won most of them!
As I reconnected with him later in life, fast forward to late 20's, early 30's... He was still challenging me to these things!!! Probably because he was a such "kid at heart"!!!
Much Love,
Mike Dillon

Jesse Haga
   Posted Tue February 21, 2017
Rest In Peace Justin. You will be missed by us all.

Shawn Spangler
   Posted Wed February 22, 2017
Justin was a critical thinker challenging the complexity of life. I met Jut when I was 11 years old, he was a passionate and nostalgienet kid who warmed the hearts of those he valued and loved. In 28 years we shared he become my ”brother” and I counted upon him. We fished, fought, played chess, researched religion, listened to Bob Dylan, hacky-sacked, traveled together, pushed one another to find happiness, and live the life we choose. Whether constructive or capricious there was always a stream of truth to his council. Justin you will be sorely missed by all the individuals you encouraged, you confronted, you tested, you doubted, you fought for, you loved and ultimately lived for.

Bradley Schultz
   Posted Wed February 22, 2017
R.I.P Justin.

I have know him since elementary school. One of the nice guys. Talked with him briefly in 2008 when I saw him at Hampden pool. A good man.

Heath Miller
   Posted Fri February 24, 2017
Jess -

I was so sorry to hear about Justin. I regret I never had the chance to meet him. He HAD to be someone very special to have won your heart!

I send my thoughts and prayers to you. Please take good care of yourself.


Virginia 'Ginny' Reid
   Posted Fri March 24, 2017
So sorry to hear of the passing of your brother. You and your family are in our prayers.

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