Brady Duane Iverson, age 25, of Rothsay, MN, gained his angel wings on Saturday, Nov. 27, 2021, due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Brady was born on May 2, 1996, the son of Duane Iverson and Tina Jorgenson, in Fargo, North Dakota. He graduated from West Fargo High School in 2014 and joined the Army and completed basic training. Brady attended Minnesota State Community and Technical College in Moorhead, Minnesota. He then went to work at Superior Grain Equipment, of Kindred, ND and was currently working at R &R Petroleum Equipment, Fargo, ND. Brady enjoyed playing his x-box, snowmobiling, and watching the Minnesota Vikings. He loved spending time with family and friends, playing cards, cruising around blaring his music through his subwoofers, and spending time at his uncle Eldon’s lake place. Brady made friends everywhere and he would strike up conversations with anyone and everyone. He will be dearly missed by his father, Duane Iverson(Nadine) of Fargo, ND; his mother, Tina (Dale) Jorgenson of Kingman, AZ; his sisters; Ashley Koontz of Fargo, ND, Heather (Brendan) Lovsness (Aidan and Taya), of Fergus Falls, MN; grandparents; Ella and Jerry Koenck of Herman, MN; aunts and uncles; Steph (Todd) Bartell (Atlantah, Lexi, Parker) Norcross, MN, Tim (Roberta) Gutzmer (Amanda, Andrew), Eau Claire, WI, Bob (Cindy) Iverson (Lisa) Norcross, MN; Eldon Olson (Chris, Jenny), Fargo, ND, his step-brothers; Zack Jorgenson of Minneapolis, MN, and Alex Jorgenson of Grand Forks, ND; cousins; John (Darla) Arveson and all of his wonderful friends, and his beloved dog, Bailey. Memorial Service: 2 PM Friday at Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center in Fargo – with a gathering one-hour prior Burial: Holy Cross North Cemetery in Fargo at a later date. Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center in Fargo. To sign the online guest book, please visit our website at

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  1. Oh Brady my wonderful grandson … I love and miss you so much …. you were taken away way too soon but you are with God and the best right now in heaven .. love and miss you very much! INDEED Fly high B. ! Love Grandma

  2. Brady you were a great neighbor for the last 2 years. I am so grateful I got to know you!! My heart breaks knowing you won’t be home again. My deepest sympathies to Brady’s family. He was such a sweet kid!!

  3. Our sincere sympathies to all of Brady’s family. He will be missed and I will miss the big bear hugs he gave! So thankful for the memories. Fly high B.

  4. I am so sorry to read this obituary. I was Brady’s 5th grade teacher at Westside and remember him so fondly. He was such a great kid with a good sense of humor. Prayers to your family as you struggle through this difficult time.

  5. It’s with the greatest of sadness for all who Brady’s life touched… from beginning to end. I am unable to imagine the magnitude of your grief but I do send much love to you all and pray that peace will come eventually.

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