Evans Funeral Home
"Compassionate Funeral Service"
Carrington and New Rockford, North Dakota
701.652.3003 or 701.947.2911
Secondary Number ~ 701.650.9937
Justin Schmitt, 53, of Carrington, ND, passed away on Tuesday, August 16, 2022 at Sanford Health, Fargo, ND.
Justin Jay Schmitt was born in Harvey, ND on August 1, 1969 to John & Elsie (Weippert) Schmitt of Hurdsfield, ND. Justin graduated from Fessenden High School. Justin lived in Carrington, ND at the Fourth Corp and worked in New Rockford, ND. He was a collector of rocks and loved all animals. Justin enjoyed mentoring his peers at the 4th Corporation.
Justin is survived by his siblings Judy (Konny) Rhone, Watford City, ND, Janet (Jim) Martin, Wimbledon, ND, John (Connie) Schmitt, Grand Junction, CO, Jeffrey (Jolene) Schmitt, Montrose, CO, Jason Schmitt, Blaine, MN, Jennifer (David) Heidinger, Albuquerque, NM, Joel (Sherrie) Schmitt, Bismarck, ND and Jarred (Tina) Schmitt, Martin, ND and many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.
He is preceded in death by his parents and sister, Joy.
Visitation: Friday from 1:00PM-5:00PM at Evans Funeral Home, Carrington, ND
Funeral Service: Saturday, August 20, 2022 at 2:00pm at the Trinity Lutheran Church, Carrington, ND
Burial: Chaseley Cemetery in Chaseley, ND following the funeral service
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We are so sorry for your loss. Sending our prayers and sympathy to all.
I am so sorry for your loss. Hugs my friend
My deepest sympathies to the family
I am so sorry to hear about Justin. Growing up, I too remember his love of animals. He would greet everyone with a big and bright smile. Always so sweet. Thinking of you all.
My sincere sympathy to all of Justin’s family. I remember Justin well, as when I served as Pastor at Trinity Lutheran, he would often be in attendance at worship (in the back left corner of the sanctuary), and faithfully come to the front of church during Holy Communion, with his hands open and his head slightly bowed, and smiling, receive the body and blood of Jesus Christ. I would always say his name. He was gentle and kind, in times that I would see him at Fourth Corps too. Justin was a treasure in our midst, and, I’m sure, in yours. He will remain a treasure in our hearts, but now he is a treasure in heaven, greeted by Jesus with open hands of healing love, called by name, and loved forever. God bless you all.