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Jamie Iverson

August 11, 1958 - June 29, 2018

Visitation - Wednesday

July 11, 2018
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Boulger Funeral Home & Celebration of Life Center, Fargo

Memorial Service - Wednesday

July 11, 2018
- 2:00 PM

Boulger Funeral Home & Celebration of Life Center, Fargo

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Boulger Funeral Home

Jamie Iverson

August 11, 1958 - June 29, 2018

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Jaime Joe Iverson, 59, passed away June 29 ,2018 at his residence. Jamie was born August 11, 1958 to Ernest and Donna Schnoor (Iverson). He graduated from Fargo South High School and then continued his education NDSCS to pursue business administration. Jamie worked various jobs in construction for most of his life. He was a lover of all animals as he adopted many cats providing them a loving home.

Jamie is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Iverson, Fargo and Donna Iverson, Oakes; and many cousins.

Jamie was preceded in death by his sister, Barbara Jean and grandparents.

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13 responses to “Jamie Iverson”

  1. Paula Hirchert says:

    So sorry to hear about Jamie’s passing. I worked with him at FMCT. He was a good man. He had a kind and gentle soul. He will be forever missed.

  2. Carla Burmeister Eisner says:

    I knew Jamie in college and have thought of him often over the years. I remember his love of cats! Be at Peace Jamie.

  3. Michael J. Oldham says:

    Jaimie, was a good friend and will me missed dearly

  4. Kari Greuel-Anderson says:

    Jamie,
    You were such a wonderful person and knew how to put a smile on everyone’s face. You were always so full of life and made sure all your friends were as happy as you were. There weren’t to many times that I saw you down, somehow you managed that big smile no matter what.
    Take care my friend as you start your new journey and may God Bless You as you Rest In Peace.

  5. Jodi & Jim Spaeth says:

    We will miss our dear friend Jamie – he brought so much joy to all of us with his warm heart, love for animals and kindness that went above and beyond. I feel blessed to have known him since my childhood days and was able to reconnect later in life to build a friendship that will be cherished in my memories forever. RIP Jamie.

  6. Jonathan Heimarck says:

    Jamie, you will be missed by us all. I think of that big-hearted laugh, that can-do attitude, your kindness to strangers and animals, and all the good times we shared, and I know you will be greeted warmly in the next place. Peace follow you always Jamie.

  7. Erik Knutson says:

    Jamie,
    Thank you for the years of friendship through childhood and youth and beyond. I remember our happy times together at Clara Barton and Cub Scouts. I remember our bike trip at age thirteen. I remember you winning the big fight against the Fargo North senior class champion just before our graduation. I remember when we painted the high school dome. I remember being on the wrestling team together in junior high and high school. I remember putting on the boxing gloves together many times. You were joyful and fun and strong and wonderful and my great friend. We are pals forever. It is said one must be like a child to enter Heaven. I look forward to our everlasting friendship.

  8. Pamela Lewis says:

    So sorry to hear of Jamie’s passing. Condolences to all of the Family.
    Prayers and Hugs
    Pam (Jordahl) Lewis & Rick Lewis

  9. Kim Knutson says:

    Dearest Jamie,
    You were everything an awkward high school girl could have hoped for in a boyfriend, and your friendship ever since was one of life’s great fortunes. I’ll miss you.

  10. Dan Steinke says:

    I am so sad for not looking him up almost every day that I thought about him especially in the last few years. We had many good times together out on the town years ago. He was a real joy to be around and very seldom had anything negative to say about anybody or anything. Dang it time goes by so fast. He will be truly missed.

  11. Patrick Baumgartner says:

    What a great guy to know!!*
    Jamie was some one I connected with.
    A great intellect!
    Sad 2 C He is gone Ben about 5 years since we talked😢

  12. Gayle Jordahl says:

    I will forever remember Jamie and I playing cowboys and Indians on the North Dakota Prairie.
    He was always polite and kind.
    My condolences to Gene and To Donna

  13. DANIEL J KALBAKDALEN says:

    To Jamie’s family:
    Jamie was the best story teller . When he told a story about a squirrel or a raccoon being in his house he made you feel like you were right there. I always said to him he should write these stories down. He was the best story teller ever. Dan and I miss him so very much. We will miss him always. He had the best sense of humor ever. Also – he was a great dart player!! We will always hold him dearly in our hearts! Also he made us a plaque when we got married and gave us us a deck when we moved in to our house. Jamie had the best heart ever!!

    Dan & Molly Kalbakdalen

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