Arlin's Live Streamed Funeral Service can be viewed below (if something happens with the wifi connection at the church, it is being recorded and will be posted later):
Arlin's Live Streamed Prayer Service can be viewed below:
Arlin Kermit Munter, 82, Moorhead, MN passed away Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at Essentia Health, Fargo. Arlin was born on November 28, 1938 in Buxton, North Dakota to George and Clara Munter. He graduated from Climax, MN High School. He married Loretta Mjoness on September 12, 1959 at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, Hillsboro, ND. Arlin was employed at the Farmer’s Elevator from 1959-1961 at Finley, ND. In September, 1961 they moved to Moorhead, MN and he was employed by Wilco Company and Interstate Payco Seed Company. Arlin retired part-time at the age of 57 from Interstate Payco Seed Company and at the age of 65, he retired completely to be able to travel and go camping which he thoroughly enjoyed. He loved to play card games and garden and most importantly, he loved spending time with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He also enjoyed going out to dinner with his family. Arlin is survived by his wife, Kaye, his children; Brad (Linda) Munter, Tamie (Bruce) Highness, Randy K. Munter, grandchildren; Chris Highness, Melinda Lab, Tyler (Amber) Highness, Amanda Sue Highness, Matt Laidlaw, Nick Munter, Britni Munter and step-grandson, Nathan Storrs. He is also survived by his 5 siblings; Gene (Sharon), Roger (Sharon), Everette (Alice), Evelyn McNamara, Ron (Ilene), great-grandchildren, Hayley Highness, Eloise Soberg, Jaxson B. Munter, Bentley Highness, Jayley Kay Highness, Leo Highness, Liam Tyler Highness, and many nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, George and Clara Munter, his sisters, Vera, Linda and Eva, brothers, Jerry, Brian, Leslie, Dennis and Gillette. Arlin's Video Tribute can be viewed below:

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  1. Prayers to all grieving the loss of Arlin…Memories be with you all to help you through this difficult time…God Speed

  2. So sorry to hear this Kaye. Glad I got to visit with him at Gillette’s funeral.
    Our sympathy to all of you. Mavis Werner

  3. Sorry to hear about Arlin he was someone I often thought about and will always be someone I thought of as a very good friend and a fine person may God be with you all I hope you remember me I am still living in Colorado

  4. So sorry Tammy, Amanda, Amber and the rest of your family. May he live on in your heart and shine through in your smiles! Jana Peterson

  5. My Dear Uncle Arlin was a kind and loving man, he taught us all so much when he came to visit. We played multiple card games, in which I have passed on to my children. So many happy memories and was so blessed to have loved him and to have had him in my life. I will be thinking of his family and wishing you all moments of peace and comfort.

  6. I and Nancy were shocked to hear of Arlin’s passing. You had a great life together and I know he is in a better place with his lord and savior. Remember the good in everything you did together. We will all be with him sooner than we think. Gary Mjoness

  7. I recently saw the obituary of Arlin and I am sorry to hear of his death. I went to the same school as Arlin when he was in 8th grade and I was in third grade. While that is many years ago, it really doesn’t seem very long. His brother Roger and I were in the same confirmation class at Bethany. I am thinking of his family today as you honor Arlin at his memorial service. I will send a memorial donation to the Bethany cemetery Fund. Arlin’s
    parents and 3 siblings are buried there and my parents are also buried at Bethany.

    Diane (Brager) Newburgh

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