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Mora, MN • 320-679-1933

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j-becklin-photo.jpgJohn M. Becklin, of Harris, MN died unexpectedly on December 22, 2007. He was 46 years old.

FUNERAL SERVICE will be held at 11:00 AM, SATURDAY, December 29, 2007 at Cambridge Evangelical Lutheran Church. Visitation will be held from 4-8 PM Friday at the Rock-Ingebrand Funeral Home in Braham, and 1 hour prior to the service at church. Interment will be at Cambridge Lutheran Cemetery.


John (Johnny) Marvin Becklin passed away unexpectedly on December 22, 2007, at the age of 46 years, as a result of an automobile accident. John was born on June 17, 1961 to Bill and Darlene Becklin in Braham, Minnesota. He was baptized and confirmed at the Calvary Lutheran Church of Rush Point. He attended Braham schools and began his career in construction at an early age. On May 17, 1980 he married Cindy Johnson (Yund) and of this union a daughter Danielle was born. Throughout his life John was known as an extremely hard worker and wonderful friend.

Johnny was a generous man who loved to make people smile. He had a great circle of friends and his contagious laugh and outgoing personality made him loved by many. He enjoyed spending summer days on the lake with his girlfriend Lori and riding his Harley. Johnny loved being out with his friends “visiting” and relaxing. He was excited to become a grandpa and little Grace brought such joy to his life. Johnny’s faith in God grew stronger everyday and even though the Lord took him too soon, he will remain in our hearts forever.

Johnny is survived by his daughter Danielle of Isanti; granddaughter Grace; significant other Lori Werner of Rush City; father Bill Sr. of Stanchfield; brothers Bill Jr. and wife Larissa of Stanchfield; Dale and wife Robin of Grandy; Jimmy and wife Cheryl of Circle Pines; Kenny and wife Bonni of Cambridge; sister Jana and husband Tyler Treichel of Stanchfield; nieces and nephews Tiffany Schomel; Dustin Becklin; Grisha Severyukjin; Alyssa Becklin; Forrest Becklin; Eric Becklin; Kelly Becklin; Savanna Treichel; Anthony Becklin; Clinton Treichel; Marina Becklin; Katerina Becklin; Paulina Becklin; great niece and nephew Kelvin and Ahrianna; Godmother and aunt Ruthie Englund; Uncle Robert Sandy and wife Mary; and many other relatives and friends.
John is preceded in death by his mother Darlene (Sandy) Becklin, and two infant brothers Gary and Lonny.

A funeral service will be held on Saturday, December 29, 2007 at the Cambridge Evangelical Lutheran Church of Cambridge with the Rev. Laurie O’Shea presiding. Music will be provided by Danielle Becklin, Tim Ronning, Jon Ekstrom, and Mary Kay O’Neil. Casket Bearers will be Billy Becklin, Dale Becklin, Jimmy Becklin, Kenny Becklin, Forrest Becklin, and Dusty Becklin. Honorary Casket Bearers will be Tim Ronning, Richie Ronning, John Clark, Pat Mattson, Bob Nuorala, and Tom Madison. Interment at the Cambridge Lutheran Cemetery. Arrangements with the Rock-Ingebrand Funeral home of Braham.

8 thoughts on “JOHN M. BECKLIN”

  1. Jim and Cheryl and the whole Becklin family, we are very sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.
    Cheryl & Jim Bettinger

  2. We are very saddened by the loss of Johnny. We will miss his smile and the energy he brought to the Stark neighborhood. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the extended family. May God bless all of you.

  3. Our sincerest sympathy goes out to the family of Johnny and to Lori as well. We have tremendous respect for Johnny, he worked really hard for us and went to bat for us on our building project for my father, with every foundation he built, I do pray that he realized that he had built a foundation of respect, friendship, loyalty and love for all peoples lives that he had touched. We will miss him deeply and our thoughts and prayers go out to everybody that Johnny had loved and who’s lives he had touched. Sincerely, The Vickerman’s

  4. I feel so privileged to have met Johnnie. He was a truly wonderful man. So generous and kind. He would greet me with open arms and had a smile that would light up a room. He talked a million miles an hour so I missed a lot of what he said. I will miss going for bike and pontoon rides with he and Lori. They made a wonderful couple and were such fun to be with. I will never forget him, he will be so missed. My deepest sympathy to Lori and the Becklin family.

  5. Our sincerest sympathies to the family and friends of Johnny. It was always a pleasure to see Johnny and catch up with him, he always had time to shake your hand, say hello, and ask how everybody was doing in life. I worked more than a few hours along side Johnny through the years, enjoyed hanging out with him at various locations and get togethers over the years and thoroughly enjoyed my time with him, he will be missed greatly. He was always willing to help with any projects or just stop by to say hello; he was a gentle man with a gentle soul, always a very genuine personality.
    God Bless, the Giffrows.

  6. Was so saddened to hear of Johnnie’s passing when I called home and my dad (Dean Wilson) told me of the news. Even though it has been many years since I had seen Johnnie, I have fond memories of our youth spent together. I remember the time he spent the night at Grandpa George and Grandma Hattie’s Farm with me when we were 6. Or the times when we were young and I played over at his house jumping on the bed, playing with Lincoln Logs and running in the woods. Or trick-or-treating together with his brothers in Grandy. My prayers and thought go out to all of his family.

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