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Daryn Rabbe, 50, Fargo, passed away on November 28, 2020 at Sanford Health in Fargo. Daryn was born on April 7, 1970 in Williston, ND to Gary and Debra (Collings) Rabbe. Daryn grew up in Williston and graduated from Williston High School. He moved to Fargo in 1988. In December of 1995, he was united in marriage to Brenda (Fandrich) Ellingson. Daryn attended North Dakota State College of Science for Architectural Drafting. He spent the majority of his career in auto body and auto parts. He was working at Corwin in Fargo at the time of his passing. Daryn enjoyed spending time outdoors and camping. He liked muscle cars from the 60’s and 70’s and had an interest in astrology. He also loved playing his guitar. Daryn is survived by his children, Kyla and Conner Rabbe; his father, Gary Rabbe; and his sister, Rachel (Tom) Monson as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and all of Fargo. Daryn is preceded in death by his mother, Debra Rabbe; and his grandparents. Daryn’s service is December 4, 2020, at 10:00 A.M. with visitation one hour prior. Burial will take place at Sunset Memorial Gardens.

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  1. I am so lost for words. I cannot express how much I am gonna miss you. You had a way of brightening up a room when you walked in. We will have to continue are cruises and car shows when we meet again. Love you buddy. Till we meet again.

  2. Sorry your gone to soon last saw you when in fargo back in october to give you hard time was nice to see you God Speed my friend See you again.

  3. I’ve always enjoyed visiting with you when you and your family would get together on family gatherings and holidays. Daryn had such a good sense of humor. You will be missed. God Bless.

  4. Cousin Dyran! You have always amazed me! Your quiet, funny, clever, witty, mysterious, genuine, sensitive, caring, kind, generous, giving, a good listener, and so do very deep! I miss you so very much. I loved our talks and our time together.
    Your always were so expressive…your passionate heart made others feel loved and cared about. You really loved people. I remember when we all went out the last time I was there. You started talking to someone you didn’t even know like they were your best friend. You and me are a-lot-a-like in that way. I’m sure you’ve already made your rounds up in the big house. I can’t wait to see you again and to spend eternity hanging out with you? Your time here was so very short, you weren’t supposed to leave us yet. We were going to gather up goods and bunker down far away from civilization like the Amish peeps! You were going to come to Montana and go camping with me. Those things will have to wait till I see you again, but I’m not sure how the fishing/camping are in those parts. In sure you will tell me all about it someday soon. The Lord has you now and he will take great care of you. I love you more that words can express. Maybe Jesus will give you a huge hug from me. I’ll ask him to! RIP Daryn

  5. My thoughts and prayers are with your family, Daryn was such a nice guy and have known him since 3rd grade.

  6. Daryn was always such a positive person. He was really an asset to our work place. Every time I came into his area he was so welcoming and friendly. Just an all around great guy. He will definitely be missed.

  7. I am so saddened to hear of Daryn’s passing. His laughter will ring in my heart forever. One only gets a handful of golden friends in a lifetime, Daryn was one of those friends. I’ll think of you every single time I hear a Ratt song, buddy. Rest in Peace.

  8. I remember Daryn as being a quiet student in school. A member of the WHS Class of ’88 taken too soon. Thoughts and prayers to the family during this time.

  9. Daryn and I were birthday twins in April and went to school since kindergarten. So sorry to hear this news. Prayers for peace and comfort to family and friends.

  10. i was just blindsided when i heard the news about the passing of another very great friend. god must have a plan for u because he decided he needs u more than we do. we will never forget the bs seasons we had &i m truly blessed to have known u as such a good friend. until we meet again on the big MOPAR highway stay cool & take care friend. we miss u dearly.

  11. Daryn was at our home not that long ago.Was a pleasure to visit with him.Nicest guy never changed! Godspeed Daryn. Kim Moody Olson

  12. Gary, Rachel, Kyla and Conner; My deepest condolences go out to you all on the passing of your son, brother, and Father. I was really shocked to hear of Daryn’s passing. I have known him since he was a little guy. RIP my friend.

  13. Rest In Peace Daryn. Another classmate gone too soon. My thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends.

  14. Rest in peace my friend. We may have grown apart a bit these past years, but I will always cherish the times we spent together in the past.

  15. I remember growing up with Daryn and I remember how much he loved his car when he was in High School. I have very fond memories of Daryn and I am extremely saddened to hear about this news. He was a great friend and I will never forget him. May peace be with his children and the entire Rabbe Family.

    “So with you: Now is your time of grief, but I will see you again and you will rejoice, and no one will take away your joy.” John 16:22

  16. Dear old friend. I remember going over to your house and listening to Richard Pryor on LP. Must have been only 9 or 10 yrs old. Sorry your gone so soon. My prayers to your friends and family. RIP.

  17. So sorry to hear of Daryn’s passing. I did not keep in touch with him like I would have liked, but I have such fond memories of the time I did get to spend with him. He was one of the nicest guys I have known. Rest in peace my friend.

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