LOVELAND, Colo – family members have identified the person who later died Confronted with suspicious road-rage Jason Wheeler, 43, in Lowland.
Some details of the incident were released by the Lowland police, which is under investigation. It is not clear how Wheeler died.
Wheeler's friends and families gathered in the Foundation's Church on Friday night to grieve.
"They have a great heart and great impact on everyone," says his wife Mary Wheeler. "The family understood everything."
Wheeler is a truck driver and an avid motorcycle rider. His 6-foot-4-inch stance is likely to intimidate, but friends say they have soft interior.
"Jason is a big man, very big man," says Mike Morgan, a friend. "But he had a ten-fold sized heart. He's laughing at the funeral, he can light a room and he goes wrong."
Wheeler spent time volunteering in the community according to his family.
"He did not know strangers, he could sell ice to Eskimo and he would give the last door to anyone," his wife says. "Their dream is to win the lottery and to create an animal sanctuary."
Wheeler reportedly reported kidney disease, and his wife was recently successful in transplantation.
"We found out last week that I was worthy of being a donor," says Mary. "Their lives were cut off."
Friends and family refused to discuss specialties about Wheeler's death. They are still waiting for the details from the police.
Wheeler goes behind his wife and two children. Friends have been installed GoFundMe Account To help his wife with funeral expenses.