Jesse Boyer

Obituary of Jesse Tim Boyer


Jesse Tim Boyer passed away June 22, 2022 at the age of 37. Born August 27, 1984 in Seoul Korea, he was the beloved son of Timothy Boyer and Christine Boyer (Jindra), and beloved brother of Sarah Marma ( Boyer).

Jesse earned a  B.A. Degree from St. Cloud State University. He was most recently employed by New Concepts in property management.

In his early years 2009/2010 Jesse worked for Camp Boggy Creek in Eustis Florida serving children 7-16 with chronic or life-threatening illnesses by providing fun-filled camp experiences.  Allowing children quality time outside of a medical setting. He was instrumental in providing financial funding for Camp Boggy.

His compassion for serving was also evident in his time spent in the clean-up efforts in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina. 

Jesse had a passion for supporting the Minnesota Twins and The Wild. And enjoyed fishing for the ‘big one’. 

Jesse is preceded in death by: Grandparents Reverend Thomas and Evelyn Boyer and Grandfather Edward Jindra; cousin Jacob Anderson and second cousin Latisa Williams.

Survived by: His parents, Timothy and Christine Boyer(Jindra), Sister Sarah (Thomas) Marma and Nephew Torin. Grandmother Joyce Jindra, Aunt Cindy (Uncle Wayne) Anderson, Aunt Cheryl Jindra, Uncle Steve (Aunt Sue) Boyer, Uncle Mark (Aunt Peggy) Boyer, Aunt Becky Boyer; cousins Tina Standke, Josh Anderson, Shawnequa Williams, Cassie Streeter, Randi Dubray, Tom Boyer, Kristel Boyer, Matt Boyer, Emily Boyer.

He is also survived by loving members of the Kim family from South Korea.

Visitation will be held Sunday July 3rd, 2022 12:30-2:00 pm at Zion Lutheran Church 8500 Hillside Trail S. Cottage Grove, Mn. Service at 2:00 pm with reception to follow.

Memorial contributions can be sent to:

Camp Boggy Creek

30500 Brantley Branch Rd. 

Eustis, Fla. 32736

Arrangements are under the direction of the Cremation Society of Minnesota.

A Memorial Tree was planted for Jesse
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Cremation Society Of Minnesota | St. Paul
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