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Jedd Harms

December 21, 1987 — March 14, 2018

  Jedd Daniel Harms, 30, of Plymouth, Minnesota, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, March 14th, 2018. He was born December 21st, 1987 in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, to Ramona (Bellefeuille) Boehne and Mitchell Harms.  Jedd grew up in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, and was baptized in Fox Lake by Pastor Paul Larson at the age of seven.  He was a 2006 Laker graduate of The Detroit Lakes High School, where he was a standout player and leader of the football and hockey teams. He continued his education at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, graduating with a B.S. in Business Finance with an emphasis in Real Estate in 2010. Jedd was a passionate real estate professional and First Vice President of Valuation & Advisory at Newmark Knight Frank in Minneapolis, where he was a commercial real estate appraiser. Jedd was also a Partner with Shore Real Estate Partners, which he had recently started with his brother-in-law, Derek Larson.  Prior to Newmark, Jedd was a Commercial Real Estate Appraiser with Valbridge Property Advisors and a Real Estate Analyst with Thrivent Financial.   Jedd loved all things outdoors, including fishing, hunting, snowboarding, winter camping, and visiting the Boundary Waters. Jedd took after his mom; he loved to garden and tend to his yard, he kept an impeccably clean home, and he took pride in having visitors around the clock. Jedd loved to cook; he was always asking his sisters for new recipes and home improvement advice, and made the best lasagna. He avidly played league hockey in the Twin Cities (Hollywood Harms forever). He enjoyed attending Wild Hockey games at any chance he had. When spring came you would find Jedd on the golf course; he was always arranging the tee time. He looked forward to travel adventures; he was so passionate about fishing in the Boundary Waters and moose hunting in Minnesota and Canada with his best friends. He looked forward to hunting season in the back yard of The Smokey Hills with is Dad and brothers, he loved “heading up north” to the cabin with his grandpa, uncles cousins and friends. Jedd loved visiting his brother, Shane, in Seattle, as they made many memories in the Pacific Northwest. He deeply loved his family and his friends alike. He loved being with his nephews and knew how to make them laugh and capture their imagination – He loved his little “bucksnots.” Time at home with family was spent playing scrabble, eating pizza and lasagna (“spading zonzz”), and filled with lots of laughs. Jedd will be deeply missed by family and so many dear friends. He was truly blessed, but above all, he was a gift to all of us. He is survived by his parents, Ramona (Alan) Boehne of Detroit Lakes, MN; and Mitchell (Trisha) Harms of Ponsford, MN; siblings, Rochella ‘Sis’ (Derek) Larson and nephew Oliver (Oli) of Detroit Lakes, MN; Shane Harms of Seattle, WA; Sadie (Joe) Schiller and nephew Hayes of Norman, OK; Jayne (Brant) Wilson of Fargo, N.D.; Beau Boehne of Detroit Lakes, MN; Nathan Stearns of Park Rapids, MN; Kyle Stearns of Ponsford, MN; grandparents, Richard (Marilyn) Bellefeuille of Detroit Lakes, MN; Marna Bellefeuille of Detroit Lakes, MN; Kathy Harms of Detroit Lakes, MN; step-grandparents, Rod (Pat) Stearns of Ponsford, MN; and Gene Sand of Redwood Falls, MN.  He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, and a very special friend, Laura Litwin.  Jedd was preceded in death by his Grandfather: James Harms, Step Grandmother: Marlene Sand, Step Grandfather: Edgar “Bud” Boehne, Uncle: John Thornton, Aunt: Virginia Konves and Brother in infancy: Wesley.    In lieu of flowers memorials are preferred to the Friends of the Boundary Waters.  
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