JESSE DEAN DAVIDSON, of Lethbridge, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 at the age of 27 years.
Jesse was born July 2, 1994 and he weighed 8 pounds 3oz. He definitely took his time to get here, considering his due date was June 18, and he didn’t decide to come until July. That was his first time telling the world I’m going to do what I’m going to do and nobody is going to stop me.
Jesse grew up in Dauphin, Manitoba and he went to Whitmore school, until we moved to Lethbridge, Alberta, where we went to Victoria Park School. Jesse always thought of Dauphin as his home. He loved his family very much especially his first best friend, his sister Taylor. As life goes on as it always does, things change and he found two more best friends his sons, Evander and Kyler. He loved his boys more than anything in the world.
At 27 Jesse of course was way too young to leave our world, but he believed in The Creator; he now is with him and with those who have passed before him. Jesse loved his games, Nintendo, PS4 etc. He also loved hockey very much. You could ask him a stat and he would know it. He had a great memory for that. Of course he loved his Winnipeg Jets no matter how they were doing in the stats. Jesse loved animals very much, he had a few dogs growing up. Then as an adult he got his dog Kilo that he loved so much. She was a very good dog and Evander’s first dog. She protected that little baby all the time.
Jesse is survived by his two sons, Evander and Kyler Davidson; mother Leanne Page; sister Taylor Davidson; aunt Gwen Hryhoruk and cousin Degan, aunt Amanda Hryhoruk and cousins Abi, Dana, Nikolas, aunt Mandy and uncle Rodney Carberry and cousins Troy, Kaylie and Brendin; grandpa Armond (Jess) Micah (Fawn) baby Micah JR, Grandma Diane Suchryna.
He is predeceased by his father Bradley Davidson, great grandmother and grandfather Lozinski, grandma Page, cousin Lee Heroux, uncle Donald “Sonny” Davidson and auntie Melissa Le Fort-Lynx.
A Celebration of Life will be held at CORNERSTONE FUNERL HOME – 2825 32nd Street South, Lethbridge, AB – on Thursday, March 24, 2022, at 1:00 PM, with Patrick Siedlecki officiating.