Jackson “Jack” Schnaidt

 

Jackson “Jack” Schnaidt, age 37, of Valley city, ND died Aug. 6, 2012 of injuries resulting from a motorcycle accident.  Funeral services will be conducted at 2 PM Friday August 10th at Trinity Lutheran Church in Valley City with Rev. Dan Forsberg officiating.  Visitation will be from 4 PM until 7 PM Thursday at Trinity Lutheran Church with a Prayer Service beginning at 7 PM.  Interment will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery, Valley City, ND.

Jackson Schnaidt was born on January 7, 1975 in Bismarck, ND  to Larry & Sandi Schnaidt.  He attended Beulah schools graduating in 1993.  Jack went on to NDSCS where he earned degrees in electrical, instrumentation and electronics in 1996.  Jack was currently employed with Alliance Pipeline as a Control Systems Technician.  In 1996 Jack married Jody Roberg.  They have been married 16 years and have two daughters, Haley and Abby.

Jack was a devoted family man.  He spent most of his spare time doing activities with his family, including coaching his daughter’s hockey team and taking family vacations.  Hockey was his favorite sport.  He was an All-State Defensemen for the Hazen-Beulah Northstars.  He continued to play hockey into his adulthood and was an avid Sioux fan.

Jack loved the outdoors, hunting, fishing, camping, biking, cooking, home improvement projects, and growing  cucumbers and tomatoes  in his garden.  Jack also loved his dog, Maggie.  They spent many hours together commuting to work and hunting.

Jack is survived by his wife, Jody and daughters, Haley and Abby; parents Larry & Sandi Schnaidt,Beulah, ND; grandmother Anita Flemmer,  Beulah, ND; two sisters Stacey (Wade Boeshans)  Washburn, ND  and Misti (Brenton Hartleib) Bismarck, ND; brother Kelly (Talitha); 4 nieces and 1 nephew.

He was preceded in death by their infant daughter, Jada and grandparents (Milton Flemmer,  Emil and Freida Schnaidt.


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