Akkerman-Ingebrand • Mora, MN

Rock-Ingebrand • Braham, MN

Mora, MN • 320-679-1933

Braham, MN • 320-396-2121


Ronald Krause, of Braham, died on Friday, August 10, 2012 as a result of a motor vehicle accident.  He was 47 years old.

MEMORIAL SERVICES will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Saturday, August 18th at Akkerman-Ingebrand Funeral Home in Mora.  Rev. Mathew Vrudney will officiate.

VISITATION will be one hour prior to the service on Saturday at the funeral home.

Ronald Ray Krause, of Braham, MN, passed away Friday, August 10, 2012.  He was 48 years old.

He was born in St. Mary’s Hospital, Minneapolis, MN on September 13, 1963 to Sylvester and Leona (Witzke) Krause.  The first twelve years of his life he lived in Coon Rapids, MN.  Then the family moved to a small hobby farm near Braham.  There he went to school.  He also attended the Lutheran church in Braham.  After high school he attended vocational school in Ely, MN. 

He then fought forest fires in the Rockies before coming back to Minnesota where he did some art work for a Pro Shop.  He also did some welding for several businesses in Minnesota and California.

He loved the outdoors and did a lot of camping.  He also loved animals.

He was a kind and generous man; and will truly be missed by his family and friends.

He is preceded in death by his father Sylvester “Bud” Krause.

He is survived by his mother Leona (Dorothy) Krause of Askov, MN; three brothers Kelly Krause of Braham, Larry Krause of St. Cloud, and Kenneth Krause of Braham; three nieces Jamie, Jessica and Allie; one nephew Lucas; plus other relatives and many friends.

A Memorial Service was held on Saturday, August 18th at Akkerman-Ingebrand Chapel in Mora.  Rev. Matthew Vrudny officiated.  Arrangements were handled by Akkerman-Ingebrand Funeral Home of Mora.

9 thoughts on “RONALD KRAUSE”

  1. Even thro we haven’t spoken in over 20 years I still think of you from time to time. We had some fun beer drinking, hunting and cat fishing adventures, you my dear will be missed.
    “A loved one is not gone until forgotten, to live in the hearts of those left behind is to live forever”

  2. I hadn’t seen Ron in a couple years, but he always was part of our family! He was a true friend and was part of many great memories! My heart goes out to the family, my deepest sympathy!

  3. RIP Ron. You were a great guy, a good friend, always fun to be around, always made me laugh, and ALWAYS treated me with respect and as a human being. Godspeed.

  4. Ron was a great guy who was always kind to everyone and always happy to lend a hand to a friend. My condolences to his family. He will be sadly missed.

  5. Ron was a great guy and my best friend. We had been friends since I was 6 years old. I do and will miss him forever My heart goes out to Dorothy. Kelley, Larry, and Ken. In my heart Ron will always be my best friend and the closest I ever had to a brother.

  6. Few, though all fond, memories of Ron and his easy going nature. I remember his smile, his distinctive laugh, his drawings – such talent, his gigantic catfish in an aquarium in Ely, his three-wheeler always begging him to ride. I keep with me the memories of an uncle, a great guy – always kind, who came to our rescue against a dog named “Bear”, who just seemed to want to enjoy life. Ron, may you be at peace.

  7. I am so sorry for your loss! I only have wonderful memories of Mischief of the younger brother and wanting to go with his older brothers and learning things on his own!My sympathy goes out to the family and wish you all the best!

  8. I met Ron in Calif. at the KOA we both lived at. He will be remembered by me as always wanting to have the most fun in life. I will also remember that Ronnie was the first one to jump in and help, no matter was it was! I will keep with me always the hatchet that he made for me and treasure it! My heart goes out to his wonderful brother Ken. I hope to see Ken again one of these days and we will raise our glasses in celebration of the life that Ron had! He is truly missed!! RIP

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