Stevie L. Akason
September 2, 1986 ~ May 24, 2020
Stevie's Live Streamed Celebration of Life Service can be viewed below starting at 5:45 on Saturday, June 19, 2021: Stevie LaShay Akason, 33, passed away peacefully at home May 24, 2020, surrounded by her family. Stevie began a journey with cancer in February of 2019 and was assisted by Hospice since December of 2019. Stevie was born in Fargo, ND on September 2, 1986, to Sheila Decker and Steven Akason. After graduating from high school at Woodrow Wilson, she became a certified nursing assistant (CNA). Stevie had a genuine spirit; she was known for her kindness and selflessness. She was very generous and had a special gift for finding the best in people. Her greatest joys in life were her three children. Stevie was preceded in death by her grandparents, Harold and Donna Akason and Adam and Patricia Decker. She is survived by her parents, Sheila Decker and Steven Akason, her children, Rocco, Kyzen and Zevia, her brothers, Shevy (Erika) Akason, Skyler (Jennifer) Akason, Stormy Akason and Shayden Akason, and her nieces/nephews, Krimzen, Brooklyn, Regan, Crew, Gavin and Noah. There will be a gathering on Saturday, June 19th, 2021 at 5:00 PM at Boulger Funeral Home, with a Celebration of Life Service starting at 6:00 PM. A meal will be served after the service in Boulger’s Celebration of Life Center. Spiritual drumming and lighting of intentional prayer lanterns will follow at Gooseberry Park, weather permitting.
Skyler – to you and your entire family – we are sending healing prayers in the loss of your sister. While no words can take away your pain, we hope you find peace knowing she is no longer captive to her illness, and find comfort that her spirit and legacy continues in her children and all of you. God’s blessings to you. The McNeallys
Sheila and family, may God wrap His loving arms around you during this difficult time. Please know, Linda Augustadt is holding your Stevie in her heavenly arms. 🙏🙏🙏
Dear Shelia and family,
Words can’t describe how sorry we are for your loss. You all are in our prayers. Pete & Claire Fear
I am so sorry for you loss of Stevie, words are hard to express my sadness for your family, extra prayers for the her children. Hold them tight.
You will forever be missed my love. Im so grateful to have had the chance and pleasure to have you in my life. As you have always known, I will spend my life making sure that our little princess is given all that she deserves, as well as the boys. You are the strongest woman i have ever had the pain in the ass and pleasure of loving. Im blessed with many precious memories of you to reflect on, and I vow to forever watch over your babies, near or far, until the day that we meet again. My love for you will remain, and my promise and devotion to you will forever be golden and true.
The world may have become a darker place without your ray of sunshine always shining, but your spirit will always be the brightest star in the sky.
I love you with everything in me.
Always and Forever
We are so sorry to just learn of Stevies passing. We have such good memories of the care you provided for our daughter Kate. We remember Stevie well.
Sending our thoughts and prayers
God Bless; she’ll live on in the memories, that you can share with her children. So sorry for you loss….. Hugs & prayers.
To the Beautiful(mind, soul, personality) Stevie, so much ❤️ for you! I’m so disappointed that COVID made me not being able to see the you the last time🥺😣😰… The first time I got see you, at Sky’s shop, I said I’m going to marry that beautiful lady! 🤣 I loved trying to help you as much as I could! I miss you and in time, I’ll be able to see you again! 💞
To Sheila and all of Stevie’s family, what a beautiful ceremony to hold your precious child’s memories and life. I wrap ribbons of love around you all and hold you closely in my heart. <3