Levi Dwelle of Jamestown, North Dakota, passed away November 25th after a nearly 2 year long battle with cancer.
He is survived by his wife Kandace Dwelle (Arbuckle), children; Lacy Dwelle, Lexi Dwelle and Blair Arbuckle, father; Tim Dwelle, brother; Jayson Dwelle (Erica); Sisters in law; Ashley Haseleu, Emily Chavez, nieces and nephews; Sam Dwelle, Cate Dwelle, Nick Dwelle, Mateja Haseleu, Andrea Haseleu, Trino Chavez, Liliana Chavez and Laityn Didier; and mother-in-law, Connie Tangen. He is preceded in death by his mother; Julie Dwelle, Grandparents; Jay and Betty Dronen, Marjorie and Jim Kokott; Sister in law; Annie Arbuckle and Father in Law Donald Arbuckle.
Levi was born March 6, 1979 and raised in Jamestown. He attended Jamestown High School. He began his career at Lindberg Brothers. After years of hard work and with some help from his employers, and a firm push from his wife, he began operations with his own company LD Concrete. Levi worked hard to assemble a top tier crew. LD Concrete built a reputation for exceptional quality work and treating people fairly. That reputation made LD Concrete the first call for most contractors. Levi would always help anyone that needed it. He used his success to lend a hand with equipment, work, or anything someone needed. He had a special relationship with all of the people involved in his industry. He had a way of making people feel special.
Levi was a devoted father and husband. As hard as he worked, he always made sure that he had made the time for his beloved girls. His girls were his world. He loved going to watch dance, gymnastics and school programs. He was so incredibly proud of all of their accomplishments. Levi never missed a chance to brag about his girls to anyone that would listen. He was a fiercely loyal friend and left an impression on everyone he met. He loved to host gatherings. His favorite was the 4th of July get togethers. He got so much joy bringing all the kids to the fireworks stand and watching them pick out whatever they wanted. He loved making people happy.
He was always a risk taker. He loved to race motor cycles, 4 wheelers, side by side, basically anything with a motor. His most recent adventure was paramotoring. He fell in love with flying and really wanted to get in the air one more time. He loved spending time outdoors. Camping and hunting with family and friends were two of his favorites.
His chosen profession was concrete work. He left a lasting mark in concrete all over North Dakota. He left a much more lasting mark on the people that knew him.
In lieu of flowers the family requests memorials to JRMC Hospice.