In loving memory of

Jamison Stephen Lee Roepke
June 7, 1973 - September 20, 2020

Roepke, Jamison Stephen Lee age 47 passed away unexpectedly on Sunday September 20th, 2020. Born in Golden Valley and raised in Oak Grove, MN, he was a graduate of St. Francis High School in 1991 where he excelled in basketball. He was a very health conscience and oriented person who worked out at least six days a week. Jamie was a dedicated employee of Cardinal Health since 1998 where he met Julie, the love of his life. They were wed in 2017 at their home in Blaine, MN where they celebrated 3 years of happiness before his untimely passing.
Preceded in death by his grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Saari, and Mr. & Mrs. Marvin H. Roepke, his uncle, Butch Saari, and his step daughter, Sam Stanley. He was survived by his wife Julie of Blaine, MN, his daughter Kaylee, step-children Connor, Lannie and Noah, his mother Belle, sister's Deanna and Darla, niece Hannah, nephews Matt and Dustin, and many other family and friends. A memorial of life will be held on Saturday, October 10th at 1pm and North Star Community Church, 11640 Crooked Lake Blvd NW Coon Rapids, MN, United States 55433 with visitation beginning at noon.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations preferred


Nikki Winden wrote on Sep 29, 2020:

"Jamie was my brother-in-law, Julie?s husband. I am heart broken about his untimely death. My sister, her children, his daughter Kaylee, his twin sister?s Deanna & Darla, and his mom Belle, are all devastated & missing him terribly. Jamie was a great provider & loved working on the house & yard. He also loved to work out at the gym...almost as much as he loved to eat! I never saw Jamie happier, than on the day he married my sister -surrounded by their family & friends. When looking at his wife, you could see how proud & in love with her he was. When talking about his daughter, his eyes always lit up, and he had a glow whenever mentioning his Mom & Sisters. He also had compassion for me during my illness, and frequently asked how I was doing. It really meant a lot. I pray that the good memories the family have of him will help them through this difficult time. He was a good Man & at the end of it all, that?s what matters. RIP Jamie, you were so loved & will be forever missed. Love your favorite sister in-law, ?Nikki. "

Dennis Vogelpohl wrote on Sep 27, 2020:

"Jamie was a very good man. I knew Jamie from gym, he had a great personality and never short of a sharp remark. We joked with each other constantly. My condolences to the family, I know it does little to calm the pain and loss but prayers will help. "

Kasey wrote on Sep 25, 2020:

"My heart and prayers go out to you, Julie, Belle, Kaylee, Darla, Deanna. Jamie was an amazing person and I know his loss will be felt deeply. My thoughts are with you in this time and if ever you need anything, you've only to ask. My favorite memory of Jamie is a recent one. We'd gone up to Jenni's cabin for a weekend away. Jamie's first with us in all these years. Somehow, I'm not not quite sure, we found ourselves playing beer bong. I won, thank you. But he was funny and in great spirits. All weekend long. I'm very grateful we got that time with him and will have those memories. "