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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Jackson Levi Turcott
August 15, 2012 - February 10, 2019

Place of Birth: Michigan
Residence: Tioga, North Dakota
Age: 6

On February 10, 2019, Jackson Levi Turcott passed away in Deadwood, SD in an unfortunate accident, enjoying what he and his father loved to do; snowmobiling.

Jackson was born on August 15, 2012 in Sault Ste Marie, Michigan. The moment Jackson came into his father, Cassius’s life he knew he was his pride and joy. When a child departs this world, we feel deep sorrow, we weep, we laugh, we share stories and we remember the amazing boy whom we will miss forever. Jackson’s legacy is that he was the most joyful and caring boy anyone could imagine. He was such a happy kid and would make everyone around him laugh and smile.

Jackson was very active and loved doing all kinds of activities no matter what it was. Everything he did he would always have a big smile on his face. His favorite show was Transformers and he would spend hours pretending to be a transformer.

The bond between Jackson and his father was immeasurable, living a life of adventure, whether it be road trips, fishing or swimming; they did everything together. He loved jamming out to music, playing air guitar and having dance battles with his dad that somehow he always would win.

This world lost a great soul when he passed. He is survived by his dad, Cassius and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Jackson was preceded in death by his grandfather.


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Jackson's family would like everyone to come causally dressed as that is how he would remember you.

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Cheryl Simpson (Ray, ND)
Feb 13, 2019
So sorry for your unimaginable loss. I pray God wraps you all in his loving arms to carry you through this sad time. We will all meet at heaven’s doors when our earthly days are done.
Katie Lucy (Tioga, North Dakota)
Feb 13, 2019
So sorry for your loss. My son Dusty was in Jackson's class and talked about him a lot.
Nicole (South Heart, North Dakota )
Feb 13, 2019
You are in my thoughts and prayers. My heart aches for your loss. May the memories of Jackson and the love of family surround you and give you strength in the days ahead. He had a contagious smile and up beat personality!
Deborah Juhl (Middle river, MN)
Feb 14, 2019
I am the grandmother to Lexi Lesmeister who was Jackson's classmate. She thought her friend was so funny and had so much fun with him. He will be greatly missed and was loved. My heart reaches out to Jackson's father and I pray for him every night for his healing. I can't even begin to know what this poor father is going through right now. May you look to the Lord for strength, courage, healing, and comfort. May the memory of this precious young man live forever in the hearts of all who knew him and forever in his daddy's heart. My heart cries knowing the pain the father is experiencing now. God bless and know the Lord feels your pain. Sending my condolences and uplifting you in prayer.
bill & marge Geatz (Fargo, , ND)
Feb 16, 2019
We are so so sorry about your Great loss Cash, no words can describe how heart broken we are and feel so sorry for you, cannot even imagine the pain you are going through. He was part of our family, called us Grampa Bill & Grama Marge. That little guy was so Special and definitely "One of a kind" - He gave us many laughs and was such a joy to have around. He will never be forgotten. We pray GOD will give you strength to get thru this tragedy. We are thinking of you & praying for you
Randy Muse (Grenora, ND)
Feb 18, 2019
Saying a special prayer for Jackson today. We will be hugging our grandchildren a lil harder everyday. May your special memories of him give you the strength to live on. He is smiling down on you. Thinking of you in the days to come.
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