Obituary - Andee Nicol The Boy
Last updated 6/24/2020 at 11:34am
Andee Nicol The Boy, 27, born and raised in Havre, MT, was called home to Heaven Saturday, June 13, 2020.
Andee was born August 12, 1992, to Junior The Boy and Nikki Jackson. She was the youngest of three born to Junior and Nikki. She was joined later by little sisters Tazya and Savannah. She attended Havre Public Schools until 2010, when she decided to pursue her certificate in heavy equipment operation at Kicking Horse Job Corps. On completion of Job Corps, she met Ralph Page. They dated and worked together with a fencing outfit. They welcomed their first child, Addison Laura Page, in July 24, 2014. Madelyn Leigh Page came September 1, 2016. In 2018, Andee moved to Great Falls, where she resided until the time of her death.
Andee loved the outdoors and working with her hands. She especially loved ranch work and the cowboy lifestyle, but her ultimate love was her "gals," her beautiful girls. Andee was a gentle soul with a heart of gold and could light up any room she walked into. Anybody who had the good fortune of meeting her always walked away with a smile and warm feeling.
Andee was preceded in death by her great-grandmothers Beaulah Horse Capture, Iron Bear and Ethel Jackson; great-grandpa and namesake Andrew "Andy" "Chief" Iron Bear, her grandma Eunice Horse Capture The Boy; uncle Keith "Kino" Larsen and her oldest brother, Damon Allen The Boy.
Andee is survived by her parents, Nicol Jackson and Robert The Boy Jr.. and stepmother Kelly The Boy; brother Rob The Boy; sister-in-law Kelsie Bailey; sister, Aleisha The Boy; brother-in-law, Jacob Hawley; younger sisters Tazya Jackson and Savannah The Boy; stepbrothers, Gerrad and Jacob Bohl; stepsister, Jessica Sutherland; nephews, Jaxx Bailey, Jace and Jett The Boy; nieces, Kaylynn Hawley and Emersyn The Boy; her grandma Carla McCarty; grandfathers, Robert The Boy, Sr. and Dennis McCarty; aunts, Natalie and Alana Jackson and Toni and Jaime The Boy; uncles Jaymes The Boy and Michael Jackson; the father of her children, Ralph Page, and finally and most importantly, her beloved daughters, Addison Laura and Madelyn Leigh Page. She also leaves behind numerous cousins, lifelong friends Jolee Landgraf and Grayson Winsor and countless other friends.