Jason "Jay" Marrow is being remembered as a loving father and someone who enjoyed producing music.

Marrow, 23, was found last Thursday in the family swimming pool at his home at 535 Merrow Road.

Marrow's mother, Christina Johnson, said today that her son was found with a large bump on his head. She said an autopsy has been done and his death has been ruled an accidental drowning.
Marrow was taken to Rockville Hospital where he was pronounced dead, state police said. Marrow wanted to be a music producer, Johnson said.
"He loved music," Johnson said.
Johnson recalled today how her son would spend time making compact discs with a friend. She said he planned to go back to Manchester Community College in the spring and find a way to work at the radio station there.
Marrow worked at Precision Camera in Enfield as a technician. She said her son planned on taking a real estate license test this week.
She said her son wanted to have a good job while pursing his dream in music.
Marrow attended Enfield High School and received his General Equivalency Diploma in 2005, Johnson said.
Johnson said her son was someone who really believed in himself and was always happy.
"Everybody that met Jay loved Jay," Johnson said. "He was my best friend."
She said that her son loved basketball and studying philosophy.
Jason Marrow leaves behind his 5-month-old son, Nikko Ezail Marrow. Christina Marrow said Jason considered Nikko the "light of his life."
Besides his mother, Marrow leaves his brother, Jesse D. Marrow, his sister, Cassandra Worthham, and grandmother, Florence Pitruzzello.
He is also survived by his fiancée, Stephanie Liriano.
Services are scheduled to for 5 to 7 tonight at Small & Pietras Funeral Home at 65 Elm St., Vernon. The funeral itself is scheduled for 7 p.m.
Burial is scheduled for 11 a.m. Wednesday at South Cemetery on Cider Mill Road in Tolland.