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Submitted: 6/19/19 • Approved: 6/19/19 • Last Updated: 6/22/19 • R269240-G0-S3
Justin M. Jewett, 22, died Sun., March 9, 2003, at his home in Flandreau.
Justin was born June 5, 1980, at Flandreau, SD, to Dave and Carolyn (Cullen) Jewett. He graduated from Flandreau High School in 1998. While in high school, he was Student Body President, Homecoming King, a member of the All-State Football Team and All-Star Football Team, a member of the State Champion Golf Team and Flandreau American Legion Baseball Team. He attended Northeast Community College in Norfolk, NE, where he was on the golf team. He worked for Hansen Construction in Flandreau and then Rainbow Play Systems in both Brookins and Gilbert, AZ. He returned to Flandreau in July of 2002 and worked for May Construction of Colman. He was presently working at Royal River Bingo and Bar-X-Bar in Flandreau. He was a member of Second Presbyterian Church and was a volunteer baseball umpire and PeeWee football coach.
Justin is survived by his parents, Dave and Carolyn Jewett, Flandreau; a brother, D.J. (Jodi), Mesa, AZ; 2 sisters, Jennifer and Jessica Jewett; a nephew, Logan; a grandmother, Suzie Cullen, all of Flandreau; and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Funeral Services will be Thurs., March 13, 2003, at 10:30 AM at the Flandreau High School Gym with burial in Ss. Simon and Jude Catholic Cemetery. Visitation begins at 2 PM Wed. with a 7 PM Prayer Service at Skroch Funeral Chapel, Flandreau.
Argus-Leader, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 11 March 2003, p10
Contributed on 6/19/19
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