Blaise E. Jacobson

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Blaise E. Jacobson, 3, went to his Heavenly home to be taken care of by his great-grandmas and great-grandpa on Friday, July 10, 2020. 

He was born Nov. 22, 2016, in Prairie du Chien, the son of Erica Kapinus and Brandon Jacobson.

Blaise was a very sweet boy who loved giving “big hugs” to anyone who asked. Blaise was daddy’s little buddy. He loved helping daddy fix anything that needed fixing, especially if it was outdoors. He was so excited for daddy to take him fishing. Blaise was, and always will be mommy’s little “superhero.” He was also mommy’s little taste tester and would be right by her side whenever she was in the kitchen or outside at the grill, helping in any way he could. Blaise loved being outside, making mud pies and soaking anyone he could with water balloons. A favorite outing with mommy was going to monster truck shows and meeting the drivers afterward. 

Blaise was “happy-go-lucky” and would pick on his sisters any chance he got. He also loved catching fireflies and tree frogs with Nana Camille, jumping on the trampoline and driving his mini car, always with a co-pilot. Helping Papa Larry feed the cows was another one of his favorite things to do. When Uncle Trent would stop by, Blaise would always have something to show him. Blaise was also so excited when great-grandpa Larry would drive in the driveway; he knew there would be something special, so he would take off running. Hulk/Smash, Spiderman, and Avengers were his favorite superheroes and he liked dressing up like them. 

Blaise was also looking forward to riding the school bus this fall with his sisters and taking his own backpack. Auntie Roxie was just excited that she was always greeted with a great big hug and that he could finally say her name (instead of calling her Nana). Tatum (TayTay) was his “second mother” who was always protecting him; a lot of the time, he was stuck like glue to her hip. Benelli (Nelli) was his “partner in crime;” they were always up to something, one getting into mischief, while the other was the look-out. Colson was Blaise’s sidekick, always wanting to tag along with his big brother and do exactly what he was doing no matter what it was. Rosalie and Avery had a special place in Blaise’s life. He loved having sleepover’s with them and Aunt Sydney. Blaise enjoyed playing kitchen, building things and playing cars, trucks and tractors with them. He also liked just sitting on the couch watching movies and YouTube with them. 

Outside was Blaise’s favorite place to be, sliding down the slide or just playing with toys. He always wanted to help feed all the farm animals and especially loved the baby cows. Blaise loved Papa Lance taking him for rides on the four-wheeler and tractor. Nana Janean really loved snuggle time with him, and he liked to tell her, “no Nana” and then laugh! He loved going to Aunt Kalie and Uncle Ramiro’s house to play with Eva and Ella. Blaise would get so excited to go see great-Papa Don and great-Nana Barb and just loved spending time with them. He really liked helping people, whether it was building things, fixing things or even helping them cook. 

Everyone had a special place in Blaise’s heart and he continues to hold a special place in their hearts as well. He will be sadly missed by everyone who knew him.

He is survived by his parents; his siblings, Tatum, Rosalie, Benelli, Avery and Colson; maternal grandparents, Larry and Camille Kapinus; paternal grandparents, Ken (Sandy) Jacobson and Janean (Lance Kruser) McCormick; great-grandparents, Ron Shipley, Larry Kapinus, Don and Barb McCormick; and many aunts, uncles, great-aunts, great-uncles, and cousins. 

He was preceded in death by his maternal great-grandmothers, Mary Lou Shipley and Madonna Kapinus; and paternal great-grandfather, Richard Jacobson.

A memorial service is being planned for a future date. The Garrity Funeral Home of Prairie du Chien is assisting the family. 

“Fly, fly little wing. Fly where only angels sing. Upon the wind of Heaven’s love. Until we meet… I won’t forget.” –Celine Dion

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