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Brian Allen Jamesgaard

11/30/1972 - 06/07/2018

Brian A. Jamesgaard, 45, of Virginia, passed away Thursday, June 7, 2018 at his residence. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at Range Funeral Home in Virginia at 2:00 pm. Arrangements are with Range Funeral Home. To sign the online guest book or to send condolences, please visit www.rangefuneralhomes.com.

Brian Allen Jamesgaard was born November 30, 1972 in Minneapolis to Bradley and Barbra (Nubbe) Jamesgaard.

Brian loved Poker and the Vikings. He was working on making it to every stadium in the U.S. to see them play. He loved traveling and spending his time with family and friends.

He is survived by his sister, Becky Jamesgaard; nieces, Angela (Phil) Borowicz of Duluth and Marissa Jeanne Jamesgaard of Duluth; great nieces and nephews, Bradley, Elizabeth, Addison, and Christopher of Duluth; nephews, Brandon Jamesgaard of Crookston and Cody Jamesgaard of Virginia; cousins, M’Lynn Jamesgaard of St. Paul and Abby of Edina; and aunt, Katherine Perlinger (Jon) of Edina

He was preceded in death by his parents; grandparents; aunts, Patti and Shirely; and uncles, Bob and Dick

8 thoughts on “Brian Allen Jamesgaard”

  1. Steven says:

    Jamesgaard was my manager for a number of years, naturally us both being bigger guys allowed us to bond over certain things. One thing that I picked up from him that I think about every day: “you can be proactive, or reactive”, in the restaurant industry it is helpful to think of. I tried to maintain contact, but was unable to. I hope he is at peace now and I am very sorry for his family. He was a good guy, he was my boss, and I will carry him throughout my restaurant career. Rip Brian, and go Vikings

  2. Jennifer Heller says:

    I’m in complete shock hearing of Brian’s passing. Brian was my former manager at Long Horn Steakhouse . He was a great guy indeed. Brian is now flying high with the angels. RIP you will be greatly missed. 🙏🙏

  3. Thomas Travis says:

    To an awesome young man. Gone way to soon. Such a pleasure knowing you. So proud of your accomplishments. We are so saddened by this loss.
    Tom and Joy Travis. Dunedin Florida

  4. Rick Duffy says:

    Brian, you are a dear friend and will truly be missed. I remember the first time we met and clicked right away. Always driving to meetings together and just playing trivia games. You’d always stump me when we would play, I will always remember you!! Fly high my friend.

  5. Nikki Wiza says:

    I am so sad to hear. Brian was my manager at Longhorn…he was strong man who fought. He was a great guy and many thoughts and prayers go our to his friends and family. He always loved to tell stories and talk about music and his trips and of course the casino. He will be greatly missed!

  6. M Powell says:

    To Brian’s family,
    I am so very sorry to read about your loss. Please take comfort in knowing that our heavenly Father truly loves you and cares about what you are going through. He will give you the strength needed to cope during this difficult time.
    2 Corinthians 1:3,4

  7. Bryan Humphrey says:

    One of the most kind-hearted, fun-loving, and all around awesome people anyone would ever hope to know. I am happy to have called Brian my friend for over 20 years. So many memories over the years that I’ll treasure, whether it was a round of golf, playing cards, or just hanging out playing a game of some sort. I can’t believe you’re gone. You will certainly be missed, RIP my brother.

  8. Jacqueline says:

    I am sorry to hear of Brians passing but I know he feels like a million bucks now and will be watching over us all. He is an amazing person and will continue to live on in our hearts and thoughts. God Bless.

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06/13/2018 at 2:00 pm
Range Funeral Homes, 16th Street North, Virginia, MN, USA