Jonah Flasch Wettstein – InForum

Jonah Flasch Wettstein was born on February 13, 2019 to Scott and Kellie (Podliska) Wettstein in Fargo, ND. He died on September 6 at his home.

Jonah was a fighter with epilepsy from an early age and was later diagnosed with Dravet Syndrome. He took every appointment, every treatment and every follow-up, and was a model patient.

Jonah was known for his outgoing personality. He had an infectious smile and a twinkle in his eye. He had a genuine concern for others and touched the lives of many. Jonah had many friends, young and old.

He was an amazing older brother to his sister and her best friend, Elizabeth. He has taught her many things and has already instilled in her her true gratitude for all things in life, big or small. Her upbeat and upbeat personality also taught us that every day might not be good, but there is something good in every day. No matter who you were or how well you knew him, you could count on him to be the bright spot in your day.

Jonah loved cooking and cleaning, driving his John Deere Gator, and already had a love for all things farming. He never turned down the opportunity to ride in equipment or drive a forklift. Jonah’s favorite TV show was Corn Warriors. He loved being outdoors and all the new adventures that came his way. Jonah looked forward to spending time with his family members. He loved hosting them, or just stopping in for a visit.

Jonah is survived by his parents, Scott and Kellie Wettstein, and his sister, Elizabeth. Grandparents, Joe and Betty Wettstein, Deb Anderson (Dan Thompson) and Don Podliska. Great-grandmother, Margaret Wettstein. Special grandparent, Peter Haas. Uncles & Aunts, Brian (Kelsy) Wettstein, and their son, Otis, Jen Wettstein (Jake Olsen), Nick Wettstein (Cassandra Twedt), Nick (Nicki) Podliska, and their children, Mary, Greta & Oliver, Sadie (Luke) Siemieniewski and their children, Kara, Ava and Ethan, and Cassie (Jesse) Zetocha. And his very special custodial family, Stephanie (Paul) Kuzel, and their children, Brock & Brady.

He is predeceased by his great-grandparents, Richard Wettstein, Henry and Elizabeth Prchal, Kermit and Eunice Anderson, and Edward and Mary Podliska.

Visitation will be on Friday, September 9, 2022 from 5 to 7 p.m. with a prayer service at 7 p.m. Lutheran Church Cross, Lidgerwood, ND. Interment will be at Holy Cross Cemetery in Lidgerwood.

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