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Jaime Leigh (Page) Isacson, age 43, of Cottage Grove, MN, passed away on Monday, April 19, 2021.
A Celebration of Life will be held at 2:00 PM with gathering of family and friends beginning at 1:00 PM, Saturday, July 10, 2021 at Kok Funeral Home, 7676 80th Street S., Cottage Grove, MN, 55016.
Jaime was an intelligent, kind soul and a wife, mother, daughter, and friend. At the time of her passing, she was anticipating the birth of her twin granddaughters. They arrived on June 24th, and we are certain Grandma Jaime’s heavenly gaze will be fixed on them, her angel wings protecting them as they grow up. Now, they’re her legacy.
Jaime was born in Duluth, Minnesota. Growing up, she loved her kitty Emmers, camping, listening to music, and she was an avid reader. Over the years, she worked for several healthcare organizations in their customer service departments. She married Jeff Isacson in October 2008 and the two especially enjoyed time together eating out at restaurants, watching television shows and movies, visiting the Minnesota State Fair, and loving their feline children Harley, Vala, Loki, Milo, and Grey Kitty. The people that knew Jaime well knew what a wonderful cook she was. She will be remembered most for her delicious meatloaf and Tater Tot hot dish.
Jaime is survived and will be missed by her loving husband Jeff; daughter, Kylee (Jared) Johnson; mother, Teresa “Tess” Page; father, Tim Page; granddaughters, Arianna Teresa and Aurora JaimeLeigh Johnson; sister, Amanda Page; niece and nephew, Leola and Mark Page-LeDoux; aunts and uncles, Vicki (Dale) Bailey, Gina (Jeff) Davis, Leeanne Gamache, Danny Page, and Tony (Susan) Page; lifelong friend, Tiffany Breezee; and numerous cousins; extended family; and friends. She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Vernon and Dorene Hendershot and Denny and Leola Page.
To honor Jaime's memory, try a new and exciting experience, and occasionally pay it forward. Whenever Jeff asked Jaime what she wanted, she would always reply, "an experience," and buying coffee for the person behind her in line always made her feel good.
LIVESTREAM INFORMATION: For those who would like to participate in Jaime's service via livestream, you can watch the service on Saturday, July 10, 2021 starting at 1:50 PM. It can be viewed by scrolling to the bottom of this page, and "CLICK PLAY" to begin. Please leave a message of support on our Tribute Wall or complete the HeartStrings message form to let the family know you were able to watch the service. If you are having troubles with the Livestream, the service will be available to watch later in the day.