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 Jon Bodensteiner

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Jon Bodensteiner

Birth
Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, USA
Death
21 Feb 2013 (aged 42)
Rapid City, Pennington County, South Dakota, USA
Burial
Cremated, Other. Specifically: Not given in Obit
Memorial ID
105810114 View Source

Jon Bodensteiner, 42 was born July 7, 1970 in Minneapolis, MN. He died February 21st, 2013 in Rapid City.
He is survived by his wife, Dayna Bodensteiner, his three children, Sydney (16), Ashtyn (14) and Aubrey (9), all of Rapid City; as well as his parents, Don and Pat Bodensteiner; his brother, Adam Bodensteiner; his sister-in-law, Lacey Bodensteiner, and their daughter Ellery (2), also of Rapid City.
Jon is also survived by his grandmother, Alvina Bodensteiner of Rapid City, and by grandparents, Carl and Betty Coplen of Avon Park, Florida. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Ray Bodensteiner; his uncle, Carl Bodensteiner; and his aunt, Carolyn Kowalski.
Jon grew up in Waucoma, Iowa and in Rapid City. He graduated from Stevens High School in 1989 where he was a star athlete, wrestler and football player. He attended South Dakota State University on a football scholarship. He later joined his father in the family business, Boden Construction. For the past 22 years he has passionately built houses in the Black Hills and felt blessed to do so.
His hobbies included fishing, boating, hunting, biking, camping and coaching softball. He was happiest in his boat, either pulling kids in tubes or fishing at sunrise.
As a father of three girls, he took his athletic drive and poured it into them, supporting their activities and jumping into coaching for softball.
He has actively coached for over ten years, impacting many youth and their families in the Rapid City area. He is often described as someone who gave life and everything in it 110%. He had a contagious laugh and smile that touched anyone who met him and he lived every day to its fullest.
He was blessed by a close, strong and loving family as well as many amazing friends. Jon and Dayna were high school sweethearts who married in 1994. They had a magical love story that spanned nearly 25 years.
Jon adored Dayna and his three daughters, which was obvious to anyone who knew them. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten.
Memorial service will be Monday, February 25th at 2pm at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 835 E. Fairmont Blvd in Rapid City.
A Memorial fund will be set up in lieu of flowers. Family and friends may sign Jon's online guestbook at www.kirkfuneralhome.com.

Jon Bodensteiner, 42 was born July 7, 1970 in Minneapolis, MN. He died February 21st, 2013 in Rapid City.
He is survived by his wife, Dayna Bodensteiner, his three children, Sydney (16), Ashtyn (14) and Aubrey (9), all of Rapid City; as well as his parents, Don and Pat Bodensteiner; his brother, Adam Bodensteiner; his sister-in-law, Lacey Bodensteiner, and their daughter Ellery (2), also of Rapid City.
Jon is also survived by his grandmother, Alvina Bodensteiner of Rapid City, and by grandparents, Carl and Betty Coplen of Avon Park, Florida. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Ray Bodensteiner; his uncle, Carl Bodensteiner; and his aunt, Carolyn Kowalski.
Jon grew up in Waucoma, Iowa and in Rapid City. He graduated from Stevens High School in 1989 where he was a star athlete, wrestler and football player. He attended South Dakota State University on a football scholarship. He later joined his father in the family business, Boden Construction. For the past 22 years he has passionately built houses in the Black Hills and felt blessed to do so.
His hobbies included fishing, boating, hunting, biking, camping and coaching softball. He was happiest in his boat, either pulling kids in tubes or fishing at sunrise.
As a father of three girls, he took his athletic drive and poured it into them, supporting their activities and jumping into coaching for softball.
He has actively coached for over ten years, impacting many youth and their families in the Rapid City area. He is often described as someone who gave life and everything in it 110%. He had a contagious laugh and smile that touched anyone who met him and he lived every day to its fullest.
He was blessed by a close, strong and loving family as well as many amazing friends. Jon and Dayna were high school sweethearts who married in 1994. They had a magical love story that spanned nearly 25 years.
Jon adored Dayna and his three daughters, which was obvious to anyone who knew them. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten.
Memorial service will be Monday, February 25th at 2pm at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 835 E. Fairmont Blvd in Rapid City.
A Memorial fund will be set up in lieu of flowers. Family and friends may sign Jon's online guestbook at www.kirkfuneralhome.com.

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