GRADY CO., GA (WALB) - Jeffery Chason's family is grieving after he died in crash last week.
His family wants him to be remembered for the amazing person they say he was.
"I knew something was wrong, I knew my baby was hurt," said Jennifer Rogers, Chason's mother.
Rogers said she felt different on Friday morning, after her son Jeffery Chason wasn't answering her calls she knew something was wrong.
"It's the worst feeling you could ever have in your life," said Rogers.
Chason's family describes him as a sweet guy, one they will miss dearly.
"He's the most caring, loving guy you could ever ask for. He was sweet, if you ever met him you loved him," said Rogers.
Chason's family reported him missing on Friday after he didn't show up for work.
Investigators said they went looking for Chason later that afternoon.
His body was found in the woods just 200 feet away from his brothers house.
They said he was on the way to work that morning, a routine route that he travels everyday.
"I stood here from 11 o'clock till about 5, watching them take my sons body out of the woods," said Rogers.
"It breaks everybody's heart really, our hearts go out to the family we wish we could make it better for him but we can't," said Grady County Sheriff, Harry Young.
One thing the family does know is that Jeffery will always have a place in their heart.
"He's looking down on all of us now he's with us," said Rogers.
Family members have expressed that they still have questions about how this crash happened.
The Georgia State Patrol said they are still working to investigate it, they had the Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team out at the accident site as well.