Jason Quincy Niccum

Born: Sun., Dec. 12, 1976
Died: Mon., Nov. 25, 2019

Celebration of Life

5:30 PM Thu., Dec. 12, 2019
Location: New City Church

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Jason Quincy Niccum, 42, of Great Falls passed away November 25, 2019 in Great Falls, Montana. He was a beloved son, brother, and friend.

Jason was born on December 12, 1976 in Great Falls Montana to Ronald and Stephanie Niccum.
Jason had an out of this world sense of humor and was a great story teller. He had a deep love and devotion for his family and close friends and was always willing to help anyone out when they were in need. He enjoyed working on cars, riding motorcycles, and all types of music.
Jason’s love for animals was overwhelming. He truly enjoyed horseback riding and skiing with his dad along with the occasional family camping trips in his youth. He loved hanging out with his older brother Nathan and his cousins.

Jason was preceded in death by his mother Stephanie Niccum, one Aunt, Jan Hoffman, his paternal grandparents, and his maternal grandparents.

Jason is survived by his father Ronald Niccum of Great Falls, Montana his longtime companion Kathy of Great Falls, Montana; brother Nathan Niccum (Melissa) one nice and two nephews of Portland Texas; Aunt Marj Niccum and Patricia Aliperto (Patrick) of Great Falls, Montana; Uncle Anthony Niccum (Paula) of Missoula, Montana; and four cousins Brian Aliperto (Jill) Anthony Aliperto (Misty) Darin Aliperto (Trinitie) Tammy Evans(Robert) of Great Falls, Montana; as well as Uncles, Clyde Lamar and Borden Lamar

A Celebration of Life will be held Thursday December 12, 2019 at 5:30 pm at the New City Church (North Trail Park) Great Falls, Montana.

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Joshua Jette
   Posted Thu December 12, 2019
I’m real sorry to hear of Jason’s time with us coming to an end. He was a great friend and family member and always loved with his whole big goofy heart. I struggle to believe that he is no longer with us in the land of the living. It was less than a year ago that we last spoke. I’m sorry it’s even been that long. We were more friends than anything, but we called each other cousin because of our short period we spent together as cousins when we were little kids. We found each other again as young adults and became inseparable for a few years. I love and miss the big goof and for his family to lose him as well is a tragedy. I’m so very sorry for their loss. As for Jason’s friends I am also sorry for their loss. Thank you and God Bless. Joshua Jette.

Steve Laskey
   Posted Fri December 13, 2019
Jason was a good friend and person while we grew up in our neighborhood as kids. I will always remembered his laughter and positive energy. Prayers, blessings, and love to his family.

Crystal Cartwright
   Posted Fri December 13, 2019
I'm really sorry to hear about this. Jason was not a bad guy, I still remember his goofy smile. To all the family...may you have strength and courage in this time. I know his birthday was yesterday and it made me sad when I thought about it. R.I.P. Butch

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