Jade McPherson Death, Obituary – Last Thursday, Jade McPherson abruptly left. Jade was committed to helping BMX kids grow and supported clubs in Australia’s rural and regional areas. Jade maintained contact with clubs around the Northern Territory, helping to support our athletes and giving counsel to coaches and volunteers. He was so kind with his time and knowledge that we eagerly anticipated his yearly trips. Along with his grin and excitement for BMX, we will miss his company and wisdom.

Deb introduced us to him, so we should be grateful for that. Deb and Jade’s family and friends have our condolences during this trying time. We hate to inform you that on December 15, 22, Jade Mcpherson abruptly went away, leaving Deb, Madison, his beloved, and his stepchildren, Danika and Hudson. It would be an understatement to say that Jade’s sudden loss has rocked her family, friends, and the BMX community. Jade changed people’s lives in too many positive ways to count.

Jade was halfway through his treatment when he received the cancer diagnosis, as many of you are probably aware. Recently, the BMX community banded together to raise money for Jade and his family to make up for any financial losses incurred as a result of his therapies. Again, we need your help to generate funds for the funeral and any additional unplanned expenses. Jade’s memorial service was organized by Debbie and her family as a way to honor her life and allow everyone the chance to say their final goodbyes.

Jade had a solid reputation and was a huge BMX lover. He worked hard to make sure that every BMX racer in the nation and throughout the world realized their full potential and was always ready to put his riders’ success and needs first. BMX determined Jade’s life and death. He dedicated his entire life to BMX and worked tirelessly to make sure that every rider had the greatest instruction possible. We would be very grateful if you could help Deb and her family out financially so that Jade could have the proper send-off. Click HERE To View Jade McPherson GoFundMe Page.