In Memory of Jaime Lee Sharp Published December 28, 2021 Jaime Lee Sharp, age 42, of Hutchinson and formerly of Isanti, died unexpectedly December 25, 2021. A Celebration of Life for Jaime will be held at a later date.
RIP Jaime. I know from conversations in the past that you are dancing on streets of gold.l
Kelly Sharp says
Jamie Lee you are home with God now you can set yourself free as he will guide you to the life you always wanted and deserved .You shine so bright you have a heart of gold and you are so kind to others I’m so greatful to have had you in my life I will never forget you as you were one of a kind .Your love for God and your Dog will always be priceless. you can fly with your angel and set your soul free I will as be on your side as I will cherish the memories and moments we shared I will deeply Miss your smile and the love you gave me .I will always love you and never forget you as my life has changed forever I love you forever and always auntie Kelly you were my favorite 💔😘 💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔
Anaiah Heckt (Duframe) says
My thoughts and prayers go out to your family Jamie. We always had a fun time, all of us, when we were kids hanging out. I hope you will find peace now in the arms of Jesus. You will never be forgotten.
Bill Johnston says
I am so sad, Jaime. I miss you and Otis. I want to sit on the porch again eating strawberry ice cream with you or the wild rice soup that you made. I’m sorry I never got to show you the ocean – but I know you can see it now. You endured so much but always with the love of God in your heart.
Frank Berdan says
Jaime, thank you for adopting our Tuesday Mens Breakfast group. You helped us keep our feet on the ground. Your younger perspective helped us understand better the world as it is. We loved you back.
John Gus Bjorklund says
Jaime impressed me with his strong interest in the Bible and the life of Jesus. In many ways Jaime lived his life the way God wants us to live our lives. He is very honest and cares about the welfare of others. I first met Jaime at the church I attend,; the House of Hope Church in St. Paul. He joined our Tuesday morning Bible study group and added a needed younger person point of view. All of the members of the group became eager to assist Jamie particularly in the vocational and spiritual areas. He is a fine young man and will be greatly missed by all of us.
Paul Solon says
Jaime was a powerful presence in my life through the Tuesday morning group. He gave us all something ineffable but powerful that will be sorely missed. It was a grace to have known him.
Mary Hagglund says
Jamie, We always loved to see you at our Bible study at Trinity. You not only gave us so much to ponder, but shared with us your strong faith in our Lord Jesus. We know you are now celebrating with the Saints in Heaven with joy and peace! Mary Hagglund