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Jamie Nelson

Dec 03, 1975 - Jan 17, 2022

Jamie Nelson, 46, Oconto Falls, died suddenly of natural causes Monday, January 17, 2022 at home.  He was the oldest son born December 3, 1975 to Dean and Gail (Lucas) Nelson.  Jamie grew up in Oconto Falls where he attended public schools and graduated high school.  He lived all of his life in the area where he once worked for McDermid Trucking and Packer City and was currently employed by C & L Contracting in Gillett.  Jamie will be remembered for liking things with wheels and engines, always tinkering with them.

Survivors are his only brother, Jason Nelson, Oconto Falls; aunts, uncles and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents, paternal grandparents, Vilas and Florence Nelson and maternal grandparents, Ralph and Arlene Lucas.

Private family services were held at Jones Funeral Service in Oconto Falls.

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