Death, Obituaries : Jackson Pfister, Esko High School student, died after collapsing during team’s game.
Friends and families are paying tributes on social media to Beloved Jackson Pfister who recently passed away during a school game Friday night.
Jackson Pfister, an Esko High School student, died after collapsing during the Esko football team’s game in Aitkin.
“The whole community and staff and players and students, we’re all just sad about the news and our hearts go out to the family and we’re all thinking of him,” Superintendent Aaron Fisher said. “Jackson was just a terrific young man and we all think very highly of him and we’ll miss him greatly.” According to a report by Twincities.
Funeral Information is as Follows.
The following and tributes posted on social media to honor his life and legacy.
Please keep our dear friends in your prayers…Matt & Brooke Davidson Pfister (& Nolan) lost their son Jackson at an Esko football game Friday night. Please lift them up along with Aunt Robyn Davidson Panger (& Uncle Steve & kids), & Aunt Amy (& Uncle Pete & kids) & Grandma Lynn & Grandpa Russ & all other family members. This is an amazing family we have known for years & they have shown us so much love! Praying that they all feel that same love during this difficult time from God & from the community around them.
Our thoughts are with the family, friends and teammates of
15-year-old Esko High School student, Jackson Pfister, who collapsed on the field during a football game. Jackson had had open heart surgery to correct a congenital heart defect.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends and teammates of 15-year-old Esko High School student, Jackson Pfister, who collapsed on the field during a football game and died. Jackson had open heart surgery to correct a congenital heart defect and had undergone open heart surgery.
This morning was very difficult. I found out at about 8:30 about our friend. I cried in the house, and driving to the rink. I kept saying Jackson Pfister. I love that name. It represents something amazing I get to the rink and go in and get ready to film the boys. I didn’t even consider not coming. Jackson Pfister would have wanted me to film today and whenever I can. Yep
Love and prayers to all of Jackson Pfister’s Family, his friends, and especially the entire Esko High School Football team. I truly feel the sorrow and pain you are going through as our family suffered the same loss of our brother, Terry Halverson at Moose Lake High School several years ago. I am sure Esko will be a Loving and supporting community for all of you just as the Moose Lake community was for us.