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Jesse Bos

March 28, 1994 ~ September 14, 2017

Service: September 22, 2017 11:00 AM
   Location: Belgrade Church of Christ
Graveside Service: September 22, 2017 10:00 AM
   Location: Hills Cemetery

Jesse John Bos, 23, of Belgrade, MT, passed away on September 14, 2017.  Jesse was born on March 28, 1994, to John and Jennifer Bos at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital.

Jesse grew up in the country. He enjoyed being outdoors riding 4-wheelers, playing in the dirt, fishing and helping his Grandpa with the cows. Jesse could never sit still so at the age of eight his parents signed him up for hockey. He played for the next ten years. Early on he decided he wanted to be a goalie. Jesse played for any teams as there was always some team that needed a goalie. He played for the Bozeman Freeze, Bozeman Icedogs, Butte Blues, Helena Bighorns, Billings Bulls, Team Montana and the MT Thunderblades. In 2010, the MT Thunderblades won a National Championship in Philadelphia. He then moved to Billings, MT, to play for the Billings Bulls, where he lived with his good friends, Don and Jan Hefner. He stayed with them for a year playing hockey and finishing high school.

Over those ten years there were many family trips all over the U.S. and Canada. Jesse made many life-long friends through hockey. At age 18 Jesse decided he was done playing hockey and moved to North Dakota to work in the oil fields where he learned how to run heavy equipment. He stayed there for a year before moving to Lewiston, ID, where he continued to run equipment for several different companies. Jesse was a hard worker and enjoyed running heavy equipment. Even as an adult he couldn't stay in one place so he worked in Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, North Dakota, Oklahoma and Texas. He made many friends along the way.

He will be deeply missed by all those that knew and loved him. He lived life to the fullest. He worked hard, played harder and did it his way!

Jesse was preceded in death by his grandfather, Frank Cutting, Sr., and his grandmother, Donna Bos. He is survived by his parents, John and Jennifer Bos; sister, Hunter, and brother, Logan, of Belgrade; grandparents, Gary Bos of Belgrade, Dan and Carol McCaffree of Roundup; great-grandmother, Margaret Fox of Livingston; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

The Jesse Bos Memorial Fund has been set up to help with his expenses. Donations can be made at any Stockman Bank Branch.

Graveside services will be held Friday, September 22nd at 10 a.m. at Hills Cemetery.  Due to construction on Churchill Road, use Norris Road to Little Holland Road to reach the cemetery.  A Celebration of Life will follow at 11 a.m. at Belgrade Church of Christ. A reception will follow.

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