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JOHN GEORGE SKURDALSVOLD

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John G. Skurdalsvold, of Mora, passed away on Wednesday, March 9, 2016 at the St. Clare Living Community in Mora.  He was 92 years old.

A PRIVATE FAMILY INURNMENT will be held at Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis.

John George Skurdalsvold, of Mora, passed away on Wednesday, March 9, 2015 at the St. Clare Living Community in Mora.  He was 92 years old.

John was born on July 6, 1923 in Minneapolis, Minnesota to parents Peter and Vena May (Pierson) Skurdalsvold.  John was a WWII and Korean War Air Force veteran, flying bomber planes during the war.  For many years, John worked in Insurance sales.
 
He was preceded in death by his parents and brother-in-law Bill Shaffer.

John is survived by his wife Judy; children, Barbara (Rick) Mons, John A. (Roxi), Mark J. (Patricia), Anne (Doug) Johnson, and Scott (Chrissy); sister Joan Shaffer; along with numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, other relatives and friends.

5 thoughts on “JOHN GEORGE SKURDALSVOLD”

  1. Judy and family,

    Deepest sympathies, Judy to you and your family. John always said hello and was a nice person.
    He will me missed by all.

  2. Deepest Sympathy, Judy, to you and all the family. John was very special – he was intellectual, humorous,
    kind, and thoughtful – he was a wonderful colleague and resource in our workplace, and he was my friend.
    God bless his memory and his legacy. Love, Bea

  3. Mark, I just read this today and I am so sorry for your loss. May God bring healing and peace to your whole family as you replay and enjoy many precious memories of his life in the coming days.

    My brother David and I were just talking about you yesterday, amazingly! We were neighbors for many years as children, growing up across the street from your family. We laughed about climbing (and jumping out of!) the big willow tree in our front yard, and playing ‘statue’ in your front yard! Lots of fun memories. I’m glad I could touch base with you, even on this sad occasion.

    Our deepest sympathies.
    Dianne and David

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