JASON BRIAN DALTON’S MOTIVE: HE HATED

HIS WIFE AND KIDS: SHE WAS THE BREAD
WINNER HE WAS A GLORIFIED CAB DRIVER

Note the bandage on the little girls hand and the rips in the boy’s pants
Publishing this information got me suspended from Facebook. Jason Dalton
wanted to kill his family but didn’t have the stomach for it so he killed a father
and son looking at used cars. Dalton’s attorney denied reports that the family was
experiencing financial troubles and said that the couple was not estranged at the
time of Dalton's arrest. This is a lie concocted by Dalton to take the heat off his
wife. His wife Caroline knew what he was up to because he had previously
popped a few caps in her direction. A next door neighbor, Gary Pardo heard shots
coming for the Dalton home and believed Dalton’s story that he was firing

warning shots in the air to scare away a burglar. He also heard shots on the night
of the mass murder. The Detroit Free Press reported:
Next to his house is a large garage with three bays. The garage
windows were broken Sunday, and the door was open. Empty
Monster energy drink cans were strewn throughout the garage,
which Gary Pardo, who lives across the street, said Dalton used
as a workshop to restore Volkswagen Beetles. Dalton bought a
gun months ago, Pardo said “He had a couple of break-ins, so he
purchased the gun for self-defense,” he said. “On a couple of
occasions he fired off rounds late in the evening. He said, ‘I shot
it to scare them away.’ ” Pardo and his wife, Sally, said it’s not
unusual for his neighbors to have guns, since many of them are
hunters. “He was a nice guy. They were a normal family,” Sally
Pardo said. At about 11:30 p.m. Saturday, the Pardos said they
heard three shots from Dalton’s house. Then around 3:20 a.m.,
they looked out and saw cars surrounding the Dalton home.
“They escorted someone into the house and a few minutes later
a woman came out carrying a big plastic container,” Sally Pardo
said. “We obviously heard about the shootings, and were
shocked, but we didn’t know Jason was involved until we heard
it on the radio (Sunday morning),” she said. “We were shocked.
Something must’ve snapped. He was such a nice guy.”
Jason Brian Dalton Age 45
7031 Douglas AVE
Kalamazoo, MI 49009 (269) 214-0045
Lived in Hendersonville, NC
Jeanne Dalton
Terry Dalton
Carole Dalton
Registered Service Associate
Direct: 269-337-5520

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carole.dalton@raymondjames.com

As a registered assistant, Carole works closely with Bob Benjamin and Ken Lampos
in assisting the needs of their clients. She understands the importance of prompt,
courteous service and embodies the "Service 1st" attitude.
Carole has been working in the financial services industry
since 1996 beginning with Roney & Co. During her tenure
with Roney & Co., she was involved with back office
operations as well as assisting the branch manager. While
performing her responsibilities, she was twice awarded
the Roney & Co. Employee of the Month STAR award.
This award was given to employees who provided
exemplary customer service. After the merger with
Raymond James in 1999, Carole took on the additional
responsibility of Branch Technical Liasion, earning her Level 10 certification in
2001. Carole achieved the Series 7 license in late 2007 and completed her Series
66 license in early 2008. Carole graduated from Kalamazoo Valley Community
College with an Administrative Assistant Certificate. She currently lives in
Kalamazoo with her husband, Jason, and their two children, Clayton and Ava. To
read more, visit Bob's website or Ken's website.
CAROLE CAME FROM AN UPSTANDING MICHIGAN FAMILY
Mary Jean Bodkins August 13, 1925 - April 11, 2011 Mary Jean Bodkins, 85, a
resident of Greenfield and Kalamazoo, MI passed away Monday, April 11, 2011.
She was born August 13, 1925 in Indianapolis, IN to the late Virgil and Effie
(Norvell) McClarnon. Mary graduated from Westland High School, spent her adult
life working alongside her husband on their family’s farm; she also, worked at
Greenfield Banking Company and Hancock Memorial Hospital. Mary was a
member of the Charlottesville United Methodist Church; she attended Mt.
Lebanon United Methodist Church in Greenfield. She was a 50 year member of
the Eden O. E. S. #101. Mary is survived by her daughter, Jeanne (Terry) Dalton of
Kalamazoo, MI; grandson, Jason (Carole) Dalton of Kalamazoo, MI; great
grandchildren, Clayton and Ava Dalton; companion, Kenton Dismore of
Greenfield; cousin, J.B. McClarnon of Greenfield; 1 nephew and 2 nieces.

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