Jack Sund

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Jack Robert Sund, 63, Moorhead, MN passed away peacefully in his sleep on March 18, 2015 at his home. He was born on August 5, 1951 to John and Hazel (Gunderman) Sund in Ada, MN. Jack grew up in Moorhead and graduated from Moorhead High School in 1969. Following graduation, he moved to Bismarck where he graduated from the Police Academy. In 1973, he was united in marriage to Cynthia Bergseth at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Fargo. Jack worked as the Assistant Chief of Police for Mayville, later becoming the Deputy Sheriff of Sergeant County. The couple moved to Gwinner where he was the head of security for Melroe. Jack was then offered a position through Bismarck/Mandan Security managing security for Cooperative Power at Coal Creek Power Station, eventually becoming the Director of Security. In 1991, Jack and Cindy started the House of Sund Pet Center in Bismarck, ND. They owned the pet store until December of 2005. Jack moved to Moorhead, MN in 2006 where he worked various jobs until his retirement. Jack loved animals and was on the board of the Nontraditional Livestock Committee in Bismarck. Fishing was one of his favorite hobbies, particularly on Lake Sakakawea. He had a passion for music and playing guitars, and enjoyed listening to rock ‘n roll, especially the Beach Boys. Jack cherished the time spent with his family, friends, and pets. He is survived by his daughters, Shaunna (Brian) Ketchel, St. Paul, MN; Trisha (David) Munson, Andover, MN; brother, Bruce Sund, Fargo; granddaughter, Elizabeth Munson; nieces and nephews; and many other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents.

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  1. So sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. Death is unnatural since God put eternity into our hearts Ecclesiastes 3:11. As can be seen at 1 Corinthians 15:26, death is an enemy. We are not without hope for our loved ones though, at John 5:28,29 Jesus tells us, all those in the graves will hear his voice and come out. And finally at Revelation 21:4 we are told that death will be done away with. I hope you have found some comfort in these scriptures. For more information, please visit jw.org

  2. Cindy and family: With heavy hearts Jean and I share your sorrow. As Wilton neighbors it was always fun to hook-up for a cocktail and talk about pets and broadcasting as Jack was my one and only fan and I loved animals. I have started “Painted Woods Animal Rescue” inspired by my dear friend JACK…..Thanks forever.

  3. I worked with Jack at Coal Creek Station near Underwood, ND. I considered him a true friend and extend my condolences to the family.

  4. Loved ones,
    I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I met Jack and Cindy while I was training to groom in Bismarck after I purchased Pet Place Grooming. I always enjoyed the wonderful professional working relationship we had and Jack and I had continued that friendship after both moved to the FM area. He had such interesting stories about his career. Hugs! Betty

  5. knew jack when he was in sargent co. as deputy. I will always appreciate him. sorry for your loss.

  6. Friends and Family,

    Jack was a high school friend in Moorhead, MN. He was always the happy, smiling, happy guy. Always there with a smile and a big laugh, and joke.

    I hope his memories continue to make you smile! Prayers to all his family and friends who are missing him.

  7. I knew Jack for the past four or five years and it always brought a smile to my face when I saw him. He always had a bit of knowledge or a story to tell and he loved to get into a spirited disagreement on almost any subject. He will be missed by his many friends! Rest in peace!

  8. I was a friend of Jack’s in high school, and for a few years after until we went our own ways. We both had the same car model (Javelin) in high school and Jack bought his 1965 blue Corvette Sting Ray from me.
    We had a lot of good times together for those years. He was one funny guy, and I still can remember many stories involving him that still bring a smile to my face after all these years.
    My sincere condolences to the family.

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