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Kevin Ostman, of Braham, formerly of Mora, passed away on Thursday, September 24, 2015 at the University of Minnesota Hospitals in Minneapolis.  He was 60 years old.

MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held at 6:00 pm on Thursday, October 1, 2015 at the Braham Evangelical Lutheran Church.

MEMORIAL VISITATION will be held 1 hour prior to the service.

Kevin James Ostman of Braham, formerly of Mora, died on Thursday, September 24,2015 at the U of M Hospital in Minneapolis, MN, with his family by his side. He was 60 years old.

He was born on December 5, 1954 to Berneice Joyce (Meyer) and Ervin Ivan Ostman in Minneapolis, MN.  He grew up in Blaine (Ostman’s Fair Oaks) until fourth grade, then they moved to Mora and he went to the Warman School and Graduated from Mora Public School in 1972. He then moved to the cities where he worked as a carpenter and loading trucks for Coke.

He met Diane Bowman while building homes in Ostman’s Fair Oaks. They were united in marriage November 3, 1973 in Blaine, MN. They lived in the cities for two years, when one day Kevin said “this ain’t no place for a country boy”. They moved to Mora and he started working at Northerwood Cabinet. Where he worked for 27 years before he started his own cabinet business. Kevin was an outstanding craftsman.

Most important to him was his family. Daughter Allison Rose (Ostman) Londgren (Dan) of Braham and son Zebulon Ervin Ostman (Anne) of Sauk Rapids. He enjoyed many things, such as fishing, hunting, motorcycles, and especially watching his children growing up. He really enjoyed his grandchildren, Carsyn, David and Brooke Londgren all of Braham.

He was preceded in death by both of his parents.

He is survived by his wife Diane, two children, 3 grandchildren, his brother Lon Ostman and two nephews, Nick (Jade) Ostman and Mathew (Jeannean) Ostman.

11 thoughts on “KEVIN JAMES OSTMAN”

  1. Diane and family:

    Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Our prayers are with you at this time.

    Mary and Leroy

  2. Diane, I am so sad to learn of Kevin’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May all of your favorite memories of times spent together comfort and sustain you.

  3. So surprised to hear of Kevin’s passing. Find comfort in all the good memories you have of the good times. Know you are in our thoughts at that sad time. Our deepest sympathies.

  4. Kevin was a class mate to me. I remember many good times had at the Fish Lake roller skating rink in our High School days. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time.

    Larry & Cindy

  5. We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts, love, and sympathies are with all of you during this difficult time.

    Brad and Jeannifer Anderson

  6. Diane, I’m so very sorry. I can’t imagine how sad you are. My condolences are with you and your family. I will always have an empty spot in my heart where Sal was, it never goes away. But knowing how many loved him, like how many loved Kevin – we all were fortunate to have him as long as we did. Keep his special antics and sayings alive in your day to day life. He will never be forgotten.
    Sending love.

  7. Diane, Rick and I are sorry for your loss. Our prayers and sympathies are with all of you and your family during this difficult time.

    Rick and Janet Martens

  8. My deepest sympathy to you. It is heart-warming to know that we can pour out our feelings to God who promises to comfort our hearts. (2 Thessalonians 2:16, 17) May you find hope and peace through God’s promise of resurrection. (John 5:28, 29)

  9. Diane & family, my heart broke when I heard the news of Kevin’s passing. There are no words to explain my sorrow. Hopefully you will find comfort with your family and friends in sharing memories of Kevin’s smile, laughter and life. Saab sends his sympathies as well. Kevin will be with us always.
    Peace & love,

  10. Sympathies to you. The Andermans and Ostmans go way back. Kevin helped his dad built our home in 1968, and also the Leo Anderman cabin on Knife Lake. Also a connection with the Olsons — all were involved in People’s National Bank. Hard to loose someone so young. “He is only away in your thoughts and your heart, you are always together, never apart. In your sorrow, remember he’s only away, though he may not be with you – the memories stay. And in time, when the hurt isn’t too much to bear, whenever you look in your heart, he will be there,”

  11. Diane and family,

    We are so sorry to find out about Kevin’s passing. We want you to know that Kevin was well thought of by us and please know that he will be missed.
    We are thinking of you in this time of sorrow.

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