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It is with heavy hearts the family of Blaine Jamieson, age 69, announce his sudden passing on Friday, June 22, 2018 at the Cypress Regional Hospital, SK. Blaine is survived by his loving wife of 44 years, Gayle Jamieson; his children, Jason (Tammy) Jamieson, Dean (Jen Andreas) Jamieson, and Janelle (Ben) Todd; his grandchildren, Brandon Keller, Mathew and Jordon Jamieson, Samantha, Clarissa, and Kristopher Jamieson, Hayden Andreas, and Ady, Kaylei, and Brinley Todd; his great-granddaughter, Lux Keller; his brother, Arlyn (Lennette) Jamieson; his brothers-in-law, Ken Sletten, Larry (Kathy) Sletten, Rick (Corrie) Sletten, Randy Sletten, and Duane (Kristy) Sletten; his sister-in-law, Faye (Keith) Yeaman; his special cousin, Jennifer English; and by numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. Blaine was predeceased by his parents, James “Goldie” (2016) & Clara (2004) Jamieson; and by his parents-in law, Ervin Sletten (1958), Raymond (1983) & Elaine (2016) Sletten.
George “Blaine” Jamieson was born February 28, 1949 to Goldie & Clara Jamieson in Cabri, SK. He attended school in Cabri and started farming and ranching with his dad right after his graduation in 1967. In the winter of 1967/1968 he took a welding course in Moose Jaw, SK. On October 27, 1973 Blaine married Gayle Sletten of Hazlet, SK. They bought Peter Hubert’s house and moved it out to the George Jamieson farm (12-19-19) SW of Cabri.
Their first son, Jason Blaine, was born in April 1975, Dean James joined the family May 1976, and their daughter, Janelle Elaine, completed the family in April 1980. Blaine loved spending time with his grandchildren, you could find him taking them for quad rides, riding in the tractor to feed the cows, pushing them on the swing, or just sitting in his lap. He also liked to tease them, when they looked up at him he had that little smirk.
Blaine was a man that liked to work with his hands — whether it was leather work, welding, or carpentry. He was also very athletic — he enjoyed skiing, water skiing, curling, and hockey — but he was very modest, and would never admit to the credit that was given to him. Blaine caught the travel bug after his first trip to Maui, he looked forward to that trip every year and added days on to his stay each trip. Who knew that the long sleeves, jeans, and cowboy boot wearing farmer would trade that all in for shorts and sandals. Blaine’s health issues began in the summer of 2012, he fought hard to give his family six more years with him.
The Celebration of Life for Blaine Jamieson was held on Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 2:00 pm from the Cabri Community Hall, Cabri, SK with Deacon David Hagel officiating. Janelle Todd read a poem, “Memories of You, Dad.” The eulogy was given by David Hagel on behalf of Blaine’s children. Philippians 4:4-9 was read Tammy Jamieson, special music was brought by Justine & Dylan Sletten, who sang “Time.” A photo tribute was given by Kristy Sletten. The musical selections were made by Paulette Hadden and David Hagel, who chose “Go Rest High on that Mountain,” “Hallelujah,” and “When I Get Where I’m Going.” The ushers in the hall were Jesse Jamieson and Corey Baldwin, with Stephanie Stuart and Rhonda Undseth serving as guest book attendants. Honorary Pallbearers are John Undseth, Robbie Stuart, Bob Stuart, Vernon Baldwin, Wayne Shaw, Donovan Avis, Clayton Hadden, and David Napper. A Private Interment Service will be held at a later date.
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