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Rodney Kenninger

July 30, 1967 - December 05, 2020


Boulger Funeral Home

Rodney Kenninger

July 30, 1967 - December 05, 2020


Rod Kenninger, 53, rural Argusville, passed away suddenly in his home on Saturday, December 5. Rod was born on July 30, 1967 in Cooperstown, ND to Dale and Karen (Hagen) Kenninger. He grew up in Fargo and graduated from Fargo South High School. He worked for Farnum’s Napa Auto Parts in Fargo for over 30 years. Rod made friends easily and was always willing to help someone if he could; he will be missed by many.
Rod is survived by his brother Scott.
Rod was preceded in death by his parents, Dale and Karen (Hagen) Kenninger; and his grandparents, Ben and Myrtle Kenninger, and Alf and Ethel Hagen.
No services are planned at this time. Please drink some beers and have a steak in Rod’s honor!


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13 responses to “Rodney Kenninger”

  1. Dakota Hills Electric says:

    Rod’s jokes and sense of humor will be missed by all of us here!

  2. U-Haul Shop Fargo says:

    Rod was one of the best natured, funniest people I’ve had the privilege of working with, you will be greatly missed from your U-Haul friends

  3. COREY HAUGEN says:

    Corey’s Car Care Center will certainly miss Rod!! I personally have known Rod from way back in the late 80’s during the West Acres Amoco days, Rest In Peace Rod, you will be missed!!

  4. Premier Repair Joel Krieg says:

    Known Rod a long time, a man of knowledge, good friend, always willing to help, you will be greatly missed my friend rest in peace I will see you again

  5. Frank Keller says:

    Rod will be greatly missed in the parts world. It was always fun to test the knowledge you had bundled up in that brain. Tell we meet again my friend. Please save me a cuda up there so we can cruise together for eternity.

  6. Clem Schnase says:

    We are going to miss you, Rod! Years of Wednesday night meetings at the shop, all of your funny jokes, and the laughs we shared. We’ll never forget! Rest in peace, Rod, from Clem and Laurel.

  7. John Schnase says:

    Just an all around nice guy! Humor, facial expressions and laughter!! One of a kind-Dodge friend!!

  8. Trent Johnson says:

    Rod has been a big part of the automotive Industry in Fargo for many years he will be missed. I will personally miss our daily phone calls, rest easy big guy !

  9. Trent Johnson says:

    Rod has been an important part of the automotive business in Fargo for many years he will be missed ! I will personally miss our daily phone calls, Rest In Peace big guy !

  10. Jason Welsh says:

    Rod was a great person. Always willing to help figure something out or tell you where to go if he couldn’t! He was always good for a laugh and a talk. He will be missed greatly by everyone in the industry. Rest in peace Rod, from everyone here at Schumacher Goodyear.

  11. jennie tritch says:

    Rod always made you smile, life, and would give you anything. Hope you are enjoying your beer & steak with all the great people in heaven.

  12. Jamie Evenson says:

    Rod was my dearest and best friend for so many years. I will miss texting and talking to him every day.
    He used to always say: A man can’t have both hair and brains!Then point to his balding head! Always would make you laugh!
    It was amazing how good at darts he was! He’d lose on purpose so you’d keep playing!
    Whenever anyone was having a bad day he could crack a few jokes and get you to smile. He was the nicest guy I will ever know!
    I miss you Rod..rest in peace my friend.

  13. Ronda Mullen says:

    Rod was a really great guy, always willing to help someone out.

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