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b-foss-cropped-for-website.jpgBoDean Foss, of Stanchfield, died unexpecedly at home on August 13th. He was 16 years old.

FUNERAL SERVICE Thursday, August 16th at 2P.M. at Calvary Lutheran Church at Rush Point, 600 Rush Point Drive, Stanchfield, MN. VISITATION will be 2 hours prior to the service at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred.


Bodean Samuel “Bo” Foss was born July 7, 1991 at Edina, MN to Wendy Foss and David Larson. He was baptized at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, MN. Later he was confirmed at Calvary Lutheran at Rush Point.
Bo enjoyed fishing, music, and spending time with friends. He lettered in wrestling during the 2006-07 school year as a sophomore at Braham High School.
He was preceded in death by his grandpa, Larry Foss; and cousin Dalton.
Bo will be deeply missed by his mother, Wendy (Joe) Graves of Stanchfield; father, David (Tammi) Larson of Buffalo; siblings, Vanessa, Victoria, Willow, Grace, Jessica, Rebecca, David, and Levi; grandparents, JoAnn Hanson, Deb Graves (Cortlen), and Rick & Michelle Englund; great-grandparents, Dick & Mary Gripp and James King; also by many loving relatives and friends.

7 thoughts on “BODEAN “BO” FOSS”

  1. Bo was a great friend and the things that happened i believe could haven been prevented but that is all i am leaving it at that. Bo will forever be missed and never forgotten!!!! R.I.P buddy!!!! He was not only my friend but a wrestling partner.

  2. Bo was an interesting person he was a guy of few words but when we did talk he did have an impact on me he always thought of different funny things to say, he had a good sense of humor and his smile made me smile. He always knew what to say. He goes to my school, he asked me out a couple of times i always said no though, now i wish i would have said yes so i couldve gotten to know him just a little bit better and got to know him. but i didnt now i am feeling all of these guilt feelings, like i shouldve paid more attention to him and i shouldve acknowledged him more. too late now but i know it did teach me a lesson about paying more attention to those people who think that they dont get the attention that they should be getting. I will alwways remember Bo he’ll always be in my heart. MISS U Tonz.

    Love Always,
    -Anny Belsheim

  3. Dear Wendy and Family,
    I am so sorry to hear about your son. I realize that you only know me from Cathy and buying girlscout cookies but I do feel your pain.
    Everyone is thinking about you and please know that we will be there to support you in any way that we can.
    Sincerely, Maureen Rioux-Fust

  4. Wendy and Family,
    I met Bo only a few times but he left a lasting impression on me with his smile, which reminded me of you Wendy. Your a great mother and I know that he is with you every single step you take and I hope you can find comfort in knowing that everyone cared so much about him and that you raised a son that everyone loved so much and has so many good memories of. I am so sorry for your loss and you, and your family, will always be in my thoughts.
    your friend, Shannon

  5. To Bo’s family and friends,
    I am sorry I could not attend Bo’s funeral. He was a neat kid. If I didn’t live 660 miles away, I would have paid my respects. By the time news got to me, it was too late.
    I am sorry for your loss. Rest in peace, Bo.

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