JakeStar, Inc. was created in memory of the life and spirit of Jacob Shockman, who passed away April 22nd, 2012. Our desire is to promote safety and accident prevention for children, support charitable organizations that reflect our vision, and to offer hope and healing by celebrating life in a unique and entertaining way.
There are many sponsorship opportunities at the JakeStar, some starting as low as $750. Sponsorship Packages can include your company logo on the JakeStar website and Facebook page, inclusion in JakeStar emails and Facebook posts, banners on-site at the event, sampling or product placement opportunities, inclusion in the printed festival program, stage annoucements, and much more. We will create a sponsorship package that is specifically tailored to benefit your organization - all for a good cause!
If you are interested in being a JakeStar sponsor please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Nephew Austin Wayne
When you were brought into this world I couldn't wait to meet and hold you in my arms. Share you with all my friends. I was such a proud and excited Aunt. I had no idea the impact you would make on my Life. You had such a way with people that made you so unique. I am honored to have known you, been your Aunt and a friend. Until we meet again dear nephew RIP. Love you, Auntie Stacey 2014
Blake Allen Johnson
Son of George and Jody Johnson, LaMoure, ND Blake was a free spirit. He loved snowmobiling with his brother and friends and he loved hunting. He was a healthy, handsome young man who died at 19 years old. Blake was a registered organ donor. One of his generous gifts was his heart that was donated to a gentleman in Iowa whom continues to stay healthy and do well. Blake's family keep in close contact with him. Blake saved the lives of three others, also. We love you and miss you everyday!
We miss you all the time, but especially in the summer when we are at the lake. You were always the life of the party and had the most generous, sincere heart! Love you, Granny!
In Memory of Ashley Kay Meyer
Forever missed Never forgotten.
Simon Aberle, Jr.
Simon drove his truck to the big farm in the sky on July 7, 2007. Simon set great examples for his kids and taught them the value of a day's work and a person's word. Simon loved his grandchildren and would do absolutely anything for them. Dad and Grandpa, you are sorely missed
Celebrating the Life of Mariya Tate
Mariya was one of a kind with her beautiful blue eyes, bright blonde hair, and a personality that anyone would envy. She was so full of life and could get down with the boys yet dress up with the girls, never a dull moment being friends with her. She is deeply missed by her brother Tanner, her parents who absolutely adored her and many friends and family. A life taken far too soon, Rest Easy MTB. See you again someday (EDGE-Everyday Gets Easier).
We miss our Uncle Jacob very much. We miss playing with him...he was our best friend. We talk about you every day and wish you were here to swim with us. Love, Maddux and Crosby
Grandpa Herman lost his life to cancer in March of 2012. We miss listening to his stories, jokes and most of all his hugs. He was the true definition of a family man, Grandpa and Great-Grandpa! We miss and love you Grandpa Herman, Trista, Josh, Maddux and Crosby
Remembering Alexis Ann
"Two things in life are for sure; you are born and you die. It's what you do in between in that small amount of time where you get to be remembered." (Taken from Lexi's Facebook page) Lexi was the mother of a beautiful son Braylen Lee when she was tragically killed in a car accident. Her blonde hair, blue eyes, and huge smile could light up any room she walked into. A beautiful person inside and out that we miss very much!
Fredrick William Nannenga III
Freddy died in a car accident 12/10/11. He was my nephew. We miss him very much. Reminder don't text and drive and always wear your seatbelt.
Grandpa lost his life to cancer in 2010. I miss his smile, dirty jokes, and love of nature.