Jacob "Jake" Geiser Obituary
October 31, 1989 - August 1, 2013
Resided in Bluffton, MN
Around the age of 14, Jake figured out that his hobbies were getting expensive. He started working for a local farmer where he enjoyed doing field work. When Jake was 17, he started working for Westside Sports where he had two great mentors to teach him what he needed to know for years to come.
After high school he worked for MN Valley Irrigation where he worked long hours, spent time outdoors, and met a lot of great new friends. Jake was currently employed at Circle 10 Trucking and Cattle Company, where he was a jack-of-all trades, a few of the things he did were shop work, over the road driving, and ranching which was his favorite of all.
In his spare time he enjoyed having any chance to spend time with his son, Kamdyn. Dirt biking was another one of the many things he liked to do, from riding in the local gravel pit to loading up the bikes behind the Cadi and heading up north, Akeley, Spider Lake or Huntersville areas. Enjoying a "Sunday Funday", getting a group of friends together (spur of the moment) and mudding down at the creek.
A few years back he took up enduro racing and earned a couple trophies. One of Jake's new passions was coon, coyote bobcat, hunting with his dog, Trip. Jake's most recent purchase was his Harley, where he enjoyed cruising with friends.
Preceding him in death is his Grandfather, Richard Geiser.
Jacob will live on through his parents, Keith and Jackie (Borchert) Geiser; son, Kamdyn; siblings, Stephani, Andrew, Taylor and Jack. Grandmothers, Madge Putikka and Agnes Geiser; Grandfather, Darwin Borchert; Godparents, Dennis and Laurie Geiser; many, many, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends; and his hunting dog, Trip.
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