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Jamie Phillips

March 12, 2020

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Boulger Funeral Home

Jamie Phillips

March 12, 2020


Jamie Larson Phillips, Detroit Lakes, MN, passed away March 12, 2020 at Sanford Hospice House in Fargo, after a long, hard-fought battle with cancer.
Jamie was born in Fargo on April 27, 1957 to Stan Larson and Joan (Daveau) Larson. She grew up in Fargo, graduated from Shanley High School and the University of Montana. Jamie enjoyed a successful career in the investments and securities profession for twenty years.
In retirement, Jamie spent her winters in Arizona and summers on Pelican Lake. She loved the lake with all its natural beauty and was an avid reader. She was kind, generous, and shared her beautiful smile with her many friends.
Jamie was preceded in death by her parents, her brother Jeff, her grandparents, AJ and Marion Daveau, and Earl and Viva Larson, and Owen Bensen, the love of her life. She is survived by her beloved dog, Duster.
There will be a memorial service at Boulger Funeral Home at a later date. Memorials may be made in her name to Roger Maris Cancer Center or the Sanford Hospice House.


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7 responses to “Jamie Phillips”

  1. Bonnie Schlanser says:

    My heart is so sad with the loss of Jamie. She was a great friend and partner in our card games, she will be missed very much. She fought a long hard battle. Miss you so much Jamie. God Speed! Love and prayers…your friend Bonnie

  2. Joyce Ramage says:

    It is a time like this when I don’t know how to feel..I should be happy for you as your suffering has ended. But there is the void which will not be filled. I am thankful for the friendship we shared and the acceptance you had of your fate! You will be missed by so many! So glad we shared the card table at TJ’s and the same space on this earth!

  3. Michelle Zimney says:

    Jaime, we often talked of our health battles. I got to know your strength and fight. You were a true warrior. Grace and grit. I was glad to know you and play cards with you. Heaven is receiving an angel with a constant smile and light. Prayers on your journey home. Your suffering is done. Rest In Peace friend.

  4. Kathy Heim says:

    I enjoyed the time Randy and I spent with Jamie. She was a neighbor on pelican lake. She was a great card player. Playing whist with the girls at TJs on lake Eunice! Always a smile for everyone and a warm greeting. You will be missed Jamie.

  5. Linda Fagerholt says:

    You will be missed, dear Jamie! I always appreciated your beautiful smile & and spirit of fun you brought to our round table of cards at Randy’s/TJ’s!! You were always happy, positive & full of fun…even during the difficult times! I am sad for me that you are gone…but I am happy for you that your stellar battle has ended. 💖 God’s speed to you… until we meet again. Love YOU, L 💞

  6. Barbara Lindsay says:

    I am so sad to learn we no longer have our friend, Jamie. She was a good friend & traveling companion for many years. I met her at an Elder Hostel “Cowboy camp” when I was traveling alone & she was with her dear father, Stan. She & I grew close & regularly visited each others homes in Scottsdale, Pelican Lake, Florida & Ohio. I had so much fun with her, it’s hard to accept those times have ended. I loved her heart & her smile. May God bless all who mourn her passing. “Warden” Barb Brown Lindsay.

  7. Sharon Toussaint says:

    Jamie and Duster will be missed on our beach. We will miss our coffee times when she would be walking Duster
    and stop for a chat. She always had a smile on her face. She fought a long hard battle right to the end. Rest in peace Jamie. You were a great friend.
    Bob & Pepper Toussaint

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