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Jessie White

Jessie Lynn White, Waste’ Wiya (Good Woman), 27, formerly of Frazer, died Feb. 12, 2024, in Havre.

She was born to Curtis White and Brandy Long on March 20, 1996 in Wolf Point. She and sister Josie were two peas in a pod, so close they were together until the end. She was a very quiet and happy baby. She slept through the night and learned her milestones at a very young age, walking at 10 months. She always enjoyed the outdoors and playing with her sister, brother and cousin. In HeadStart, she started early because she was eager to learn.

When she entered elementary, junior high and high school, she never missed a day of school. She loved school so much and would wake herself up to go. In high school, she was prom princess and queen, was a cheerleader for four years and played basketball, football, cross country and track. She graduated as salutatorian of the class of 2014 from Frazer High School.

After graduating, she was a certified Nurses Aide and worked at the Faith Home in Wolf Point. She also worked at First Community Bank as a teller, the Old Town Grill as a waitress, McDonalds as a fry cook and at Cenex West in Wolf Point.

She later met Terrell Hamilton. They were together for five years and had Kaisen Lee and Bryor James. Her face would light up and she was overjoyed with overwhelming love over the birth of her first born, Kaisen. She was a phenomenal mother when she was with her baby boy. Later, Bryor James was born.

In 2023, she met Brant LaFrombois. She moved to Havre with her sister, Josie, in 2022. Together, they worked at the Super 8 motel. She and Josie were inseparable, always on the phone texting, messaging or calling. They lived together and were always jabbing, teasing and calling each other ugly. She and her brother, Justin, were very close. She and Justin did much together, going hunting, fishing and boating.

She is survived by her parents, Curtis (Sheena) White and Brandy Long; son, Kaisen Hamilton; grandparents, Roxy MacDonald and Terry Long; siblings, Josie Mclean, Justin White, Courage Bigleggins, Trey White and Lennox White.

She was preceded in death by her son, Bryor.

Her funeral was held Wednesday, Feb. 21, at the Pahin Wakpa Baptist Church in Frazer. Interment followed at Saint Joseph Catholic Church in Frazer. Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel was entrusted with the arrangements.

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