On Sunday, April 26th, 2020, Jamie LeAnn Page (44yrs old), of Butte, Montana, went to be with her Lord.
Jamie, was the oldest of four children to James P. Bradley and Judy A. Spicknall, born on February 12th, 1976 in Miami, Oklahoma. During her early years, Jamie grew up in the Miami, OK area before moving to Texas, then up to Fort Wayne, Indiana where she started high school. In school Jamie enjoyed the band, color guard and softball while attending Paul Harding High School. After her Junior year Jamie returned to Montana, where she graduated from Laurel High School in 1993. In June of 1996, Jamie married in Anaconda, MT she leaves behind two sons, Jayde and Jakob M. Page of Belgrade, Montana.
Jamie was a precious soul, so intelligent and a great expressive writer, who wanted nothing but to express herself. Her lifelong battle with her mental illness and addiction ultimately took her life. During this short time on Earth, she loved many and loved the attention of others. Among her favorite Bible verses was the 23rd Psalms, “The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing. He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me besides quiet waters, he refreshes my soul…” As a child she enjoyed Sundays with her Grandmother going to Church in Miami, Oklahoma. She was baptized into the faith there at the First United Methodist Church Miami, OK.
Jamie was preceded in death by: Grandma, Dolly “Pawma” Bradley; Granddad, James Bradley; Grandmother, Charlene Rogers; Grandfather, William Rogers and Cousin, Marshall Tuhey
Jamie is survived by two sons Jayde Page and Jakob Page of Belgrade, MT, her Father, James P. Bradley, Ardmore, OK and Mother Judy A Spicknall of Missoula, MT. One brother, James M. Bradley, Ft Wayne, IN, Two sisters, Jessica Childress, Washington, OK and Jennifer Torgerson, Havre, MT. Along with several nieces, nephews and cousins.
The family will hold a Celebration of Jamie’s Life later this year (2020) in Anaconda.
Please visit below to offer a condolence or share a memory of Jamie.
Read the thoughts and memories, then feel free to add your own.
James Braldey says
Something that is never supposed to happen is to lose a child, no matter the age, before you. All of the what-ifs come to mind to no avail. This is the time I will reflect on our great times growing together. Growing up in Miami, OK was a blessing, having a Grandmother there that absolutely adored her and never grew tired of having her there. Both lives were enriched beyond compare. I miss both but will look forward to our reunion. All my love your Dad.
James Bradley says
Jamie we’re here almost a year later and I continue to think about you and the struggles only you know. I would give anything to have been able to tell you one last time I loved you very much. My prayers continue to reach out for comfort that only our heavenly Father can provide. I miss my oldest child. Love Dad
Roy Reiss says
It was heartbreaking to come across this obituary while trying to look up and contact an old friend, especially over two years after the fact.
I had the privilege of working with Jamie back in 2009 while my wife and I were living in Dillon. Her smile, laugh, and sense of humor made a seemingly intolerable workplace actually quite fun at times. We hung out a bit during and after work, and it was always a good time. She was a good friend and sadly after I moved away from Montana, we only touched base a few times since. I hope that our paths cross again in the next life as well.
My condolences to her family.