Obituary | Jamie Lee Boysen, 26, of Slinger

September 15, 2020 – Slinger, WI – Our beautiful and beloved daughter Jamie Lee Boysen passed away on September 9, 2020, age 26, after succumbing to injuries from a serious car accident.  Even though she is in heaven, she will continue to live on in those people she so generously donated her organs to.
Jamie Lee Boysen
Jamie will be greatly missed by her parents Keith and Mindy and her sister Dana Stamates.  Loving niece of Steve (Debbie) Koren and Kevin (Twee) Boysen.  Granddaughter of Irv (Phyllis) Koren.  Special cousin of Danielle (Dan) Borenstein and Austin (Melissa) Koren.  Preceded in death by her grandparents Elmer and Carla Boysen and Lonnie Kroll.  She leaves behind her fur babies dog Lucca, cats Luna and Albus, and Squirtle the turtle.  Further loved by other relatives and many friends.


Visitation at Krause Funeral Home, 7001 West Brown Deer Road, Milwaukee on Friday, September 18, 2020, 3 p.m.-5 p.m.  Funeral Service 5 p.m.  Private burial at Wisconsin Memorial Park.

Jamie was a fiercely independent and determined woman who was never afraid to try new things and when she made her mind up to do something she always followed through on what she said she was going to do.  She was hard-working, usually working at least two jobs at a time, including, caregiving at Kettle Moraine Gardens Kewaskum, Piggly Wiggly, and serving at Buffalo Wild Wings and Chili’s.

Jamie was a talented musician.  She played clarinet in the high school marching band and was able to travel to Italy and tour there.  In college (University of Stevens Point) she played in the Concert Band and the Pep Band which went to the NCAA Division 3 National Championship which they won. Jamie shared her love of music and guitar with her father and was his band’s biggest fan. Jamie loved the arts and graduated from UWSP with a Bachelors’s degree in Arts Management and minored in communication and business.  She spent a semester at Birkbeck University in London while working at Hoxton Hall. While in London she attended many theatre productions, traveled to France, Spain, Austria, Germany, and became a huge fan of all things Harry Potter.

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A big sports fan she enjoyed watching and going to Packer and Brewer games.  Jamie loved all things Country including music, clothing, her purse and cowboy hat, and her trademark cowboy boots. Her friends came from all walks of life and ages and they would attend events, go hiking, and kayaking with her.  She was a great listener and advocate for them. Her love of people especially working with the elderly and volunteering at her grandmother’s assisted living helped her determine that she wanted to become a CNA and eventually a nurse.  She was currently enrolled in school for this endeavor.

A special “thank you to the compassionate and kind staff at Froedtert Hospital TICU and Versiti a Donate Life Organization.”

Jamie had a beautiful smile, gorgeous red hair, and a compassionate soul.  Her warmth and hugs will be missed by all.  Rest in peace Jamie.  We love you!  On behalf of Jamie “Tip your server well”

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