Jason Terp Obituary, Resident of Manitowoc Wisconsin is Dead - Death Cause

Jason Terp Obituary, Death – Jason Grover, who was forty years old and a resident of Cloquet, Minnesota, passed away on Friday, November 16, 2018. The date of his passing was 2018. His parents, Steven and Janet (Bong), welcomed him into the world on October 23, 1978, in the city of Duluth, Minnesota. His middle name is Bong. After spending his childhood in the Cloquet region, he relocated to the region surrounding Virginia Beach, Virginia, and settled there for a large portion of his adult life.

He is now a resident of that area. While he was residing in Virginia, he gained employment as a gardener with a number of different businesses. Following his relocation to Cloquet, he began his search for employment and ultimately decided to accept a position with Northland Fire and Safety. Jason found that going outside and engaging in activities such as fishing, camping, riding horses, collecting agates, and simply spending time in nature brought him a great deal of pleasure.

He experienced a great sense of attachment to all kinds of scaly, feathery, and furry animals. Before Jason was born, his maternal grandparents, Bernice and Russell Bong, and his paternal grandfather, Gerald Grover, together with two of his uncles, Bruce Bong and Randy VanHoever, moved away. Jason never met any of his grandparents or uncles. The Grover children Austin, Eric, and Paige, all of Barnum, along with their mother, Jolene Sortedahl; and daughter, Lydia Grover; brothers Christopher (Cheri) Dahl of Cloquet, Gary (Brittany McCullough) Dahl of Cloquet, and Shawn Dahl of Moose Lake; sister Gail Dahl of Duluth; paternal grandmother Audrey Grover of Cloquet; and several nieces and nephews also survive.

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