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David L. Passer, 50

August 3, 2013
Faribault County Register

Bricelyn David Lynn Passer, age 50, formerly of Bricelyn, died Sunday, July 28, 2013, at Laurel's Peak in Mankato, after an industrial accident.

A Memorial Service was held Aug. 2, 2013, at the United Methodist Church in Wells. The Rev. Paul Woolverton officiated and burial took place at Rice Lake Cemetery, Foster Township, Faribault County. Military Honors by Wells Color Guard and Bricelyn American Legion Post. Bruss-Heitner Funeral Home in Wells was in charge of arrangements.

Please see brussheitner.com to leave online condolences.

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David Lynn Passer was born Jan. 16, 1963, in Wells, the son of Forrest and Rachel M. (Scherb) Passer. After graduating from Kiester High School in 1981, David enlisted into the army where he served as a military police dog handler. On Nov. 5, 1983, while stationed in Germany, he united in marriage with Christine Kennedy. Soon after their marriage they moved to California where they gave birth to their four children. In the summer of 1994, they moved back to Minnesota and made their home in Bricelyn, where David farmed for David Murra in rural Bricelyn. David loved to work on the farm and do anything mechanical. You could often find him working on or under a vehicle. He also loved to make people laugh, had a smile on his face and always had a joke or two to share.

David is survived by his former wife, Christine Passer, of?Blue Earth; children, Sarah Passer (David Neubauer), of Easton, Samantha Passer (Ted Landsteiner), of Mankato, Forrest Passer (Jenny Smith), of El Paso, Texas, and Garrett Passer (Michelle Thompson), of Duluth, Miata Erickson, of St. Peter; granddaughter, Macy (daughter of Sarah); father, Forrest H. Passer, of Albert Lea; siblings, Brian Passer, of Kiester, Claudia Dolf, of Stewartville, Jeff (Judy) Passer, of Kiester, Cheryl (Brad) Propp, of St. Peter, and Darin (Rebecca) Passer, of Albert Lea; six nephews, three nieces, seven great-nephews, and one great-niece.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Rachel.

 
 

 

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