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Richard Alan Sussner

Richard Alan Sussner was born on August 13, 1954, in Hendricks, MN, to Francis and Dolores (VanDorpe) Sussner. He lived with his family on a farm near Minneota when they moved into Minneota in 1968. Richard graduated from Minneota High School in 1972. He worked for MGT Coop for one year, for Dick Stassen Tiling for nine years and for Severson Tiling for 10 years. Richard loved the outdoors; especially hunting and target shooting. He was also very fond of tiling. After fighting bad health for many years, Richard died on Wednesday, October 18, 2017, at the Minneota Manor in Minneota. He is survived by his brother Ron of Ghent, Dan (and Kathy) of Plymouth, sister Diane (and Bob) Andries of Marshall, nieces and nephews Michelle Sussner of Marshall, Jeff (and Nacole) Sussner of Minneota, Jayme (and Jodi) Sussner of Chaska, Jodi Sussner of Ghent, Steve (and Stacy) Sussner of Ghent, Derek (and Tessa) Sussner of Plymouth, Randy (and Michele) Sussner of Plymouth, Adam (and Kelly) Sussner of Sartell, Reed (and Angie) Andries of Russell, Mike (and Betty) Andries of Marshall, Bethany (and Travis) Jensen of Sioux Falls, SD, Chad (and Melanie) Andries of Ft Worth, TX, and 21 great-nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and sister-in-law Shirley.

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Our heartfelt sympathy on Richards passing! God rest his soul! The Tony Winter Family

John & Deb Malone (Winter) Oct 21 2017 3:14 AM

My sympathy for your loss

Teri Haburn Oct 20 2017 10:43 AM

Please accept my deepest sympathy. Jesus called Death, SLEEP. Why? Because, The Bible promises the ressurrection for our loved ones who have fallen asleep in death. John 5:28 Do not be amazed this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out How thankful we can be for the sure hope of seeing our dear loved ones again. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time.

Ken Harvey Oct 20 2017 8:20 AM