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Willis Suckut

Willis William Suckut, 96, of Carrington, North Dakota, passed away on November 26, 2020 at Golden Acres Manor in Carrington.

Willis was born on August 2, 1924 in rural Bowdon, ND, to Asaph and Lydia Suckut.  The family farmed in the Heaton, ND, area.

On March 22, 1946, Willis married Anna Mae Nelson.  They started farming in the New Home area by Sykeston in 1951.  They enjoyed playing cards and square dancing while raising their 4 children.  In 1968, they moved to Carrington while continuing to farm.  Once he retired in 1986, he continued to help his son, Terry on the farm.

Willis played bingo 2-3 times a week and loved to play Pinochle, Farkle and Golf.  He never wanted to miss seeing his friends at the Senior Citizen Center or playing the game of the day.  Even during his last couple years at Golden Acres, he wanted to sit out in the entry so he could see and talk to people that came in.

Willis is survived by his four children, Gary (Marilyn), Summerset, SD; Terry, Sykeston, ND; Lonnie (Connie), Grand Forks, ND; and Heidi (Steve) Carr, Wheaton, IL. Grandchildren, Todd (Jennifer) Suckut, Tanya (Paul) Cain, Jason (Angie) Suckut, Kristin (Tom) Speldrich, Justin Suckut, Alex and Sami Carr. Great-grandchildren Ashleigh (Matt) Steiner, Wade Cain, Trent Suckut, Josie Suckut, Dalton Speldrich, Zachary and Rachel Suckut. Brother, Leland Suckut, Carrington.

He is preceded in death by Anna Mae Suckut, his parents, siblings Evelyn Olofson, Edward “John” Suckut, Vernon Suckut, and Alveretta Grant and friend, Agnes Nokleby.

 

A Private Funeral Service will be held Tuesday, December 1, 2020, at Evans Funeral Home, Carrington, ND.

His Burial will be at Sunset Memorial Gardens, Jamestown, ND.

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11 Comments

  1. Our deepest sincere condolences…… prayers going out to your family….

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  2. Gary, Terry, Lonnie Heidi and families…it saddens me to hear about Uncle Willis’ passing…he has been in my mind lately…and now I know why…we just learned of your mother’s passing and that saddens us as well…I wish I had the proper words to say however please give him a hug from me and my family. We send each of you a hug as well…it’s been a while! Keep your memories in your heart…I have so many of mine! LOVE 💕 YOU ALL!!

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  3. Mom and dad will be sad to hear this,they played bingo all the time with Him and Aggie.

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  4. I want to send my condolences on the passing of your Dad. My heart goes out to you all. Loosing both AnnaMae & Willis in the last 2 weeks is heartbreaking.

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  5. Sorry to hear Willis passed away.
    Always liked Willis and he would always say hi and was so pleasant to talk with!
    May our Dear Lord bring Willis to His Kingdom and grant him everlasting life.
    Rest in Peace my friend!

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  6. Lyle and Pat (Suckut) Johnson
    We are so heartbroken at hearing the sad news that your dad passed away and only a few days after your mom.

    Many good memories of my parents and us kids visiting at their farm in New Home.

    And all the Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations at grandma Suckut’s in Jamestown…. at the cousins’ table!!! Lol

    May they both be with their heavenly Father where there is only unending light and love. They will be missed here on earth.

    Condolences to the entire family. And special hugs to my cousins Gary, Terry, Lonnie and Heidi.

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  7. Gary & Marilyn, Lonnie & Connie, Terry & families…..was so sorry to hear of your Dad now passing….this has really been a sad time for all of you. Thinking of you all, and sending my deepest sympathy.

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  8. Condolences to his Family. Willis was always ready to give a big hug and big smile when we’d see him. What a big,warm heart he had for those around him. He will be so missed .

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  9. Condolences to his children and grand children. He may not have been married to our aunt, but he always enjoyed attending our many family picnics and gatherings. Rest in peace dear Willis.

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  10. Gary and Marilyn. Condolences to you all.

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  11. Condolences to the entire family🙏 We are thinking of you and sending Prayers and our Love.

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