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Jeffrey Norman Domier, 65, of Hatton, ND passed away Wednesday, August 19, 2020 at his sister, Nancy Johnson’s home in Hatton under the care of Hospice. A Celebration/Rememberance of Life will be held Saturday, August 29, 2020 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Nancy Johnson’s home, 703 Half Street, Hatton, ND.
Jeffrey Domier was born January 30, 1955 in Fargo, ND to Norman and Ella Mae (Hanson) Domier. He attended Hatton Public School and graduated in 1973.
Jeff lived in Lakeland, FL for over 35 years before moving back to Hatton in April 2020. He met his longtime companion, Janet Tidwell in Lakeland and they were together until her passing 5 years ago. He worked for Johnson Mechanical for many years before he worked independently doing HVAC work. Jeff enjoyed building things and doing woodwork but most of all, he loved traveling back to North Dakota to see family and friends.
Survivors include his sister, Nancy Johnson; nephew, Brent (Melissa) Johnson; great-niece, Shelby, and great-nephew Riley, all of Hatton. He is also survived by many special cousins.
Jeff was preceded in death by his longtime companion, Janet Tidwell; parents, Norman and Ella Mae; grandparents, Pete and May Hanson and Oscar and Inga Domier, brother-in-law, Roger Johnson many aunts, uncles and his dog JD.
I spent hundreds, if not thousands of hours driving around the streets of Hatton with Jeff. We talked about everything under the Sun. Jeff was a good communicator. He would ask the tough uneasy questions. And then just laugh and smirk watching you try to fumble through the answer. But he never meant no harm . He just wanted to know why you were the way you were. He thought i was crazy by the way. But he liked that. He was crazy in many ways also. That is why we got along so good. Neither of us judged each other. We had a lot of fun. Lots of good talks. And we became good friends. I hadn't seen Jeff in about 10 years. I didn't know he was sick. I wish i could have seen him one more time. But i think in many ways it was better this way. He is probably looking down on me now with that that smirk and laughing at me. And i get to remember him as the good friend that used to make me think and make me smile.
scott vigen Aug 25 2020 12:00 AM