Kevin's Live Streamed Celebration of Life can be viewed below starting at 1:45 PM:
Kevin A. Oihus, age 69, died Sunday, September 26, 2021 at Sanford Hospital, Fargo. Kevin Allan Oihus was born on June 26, 1952 in Grafton, North Dakota. He was the son of the late Arthur and Phyllis (Maresch) Oihus. Kevin is survived by his children Kevin Chad “K.C.” Oihus, Heather (John) Narloch, and Blain (Rebecca) Oihus, brothers Sean Oihus, Gavin (Eric) Oihus, Connor (Lark) Oihus, Colin Oihus, sisters Colleen (Edward) Warner, Erin (John) Morgan, Bronwyn (Rafael) Oihus. Grandchildren Grace, Emma, Stephanie and Noah Narloch and Carter Oihus. He is also survived by his life partner, Maureen Greenwood, her children Lacey (Will) Bayne, Brenna (Michael) Bigwood, brother Sean (Kayla) Sullivan, sister Colleen (Craig Scherer) Stefonowicz. Grandchildren Dylan, Lily and Layne Bayne and Maureen's mother Mary Lou Johnson. He was preceded in death by his parents and grandfather Henry Maresch whom he loved deeply. Kevin was born in Grafton, North Dakota, graduated from Central High School, Grafton and then joined his father in the family business. In the summers, Kevin also custom combined all over the Midwest with his brother Sean. After closing the business in 1999, Kevin moved to Grand Forks and then to Fargo. Kevin made a home in Fargo with life partner Maureen Greenwood and worked in the farming industry up until the day of his death. Celebration of Kevin’s Life: 2:00 P.M. Sunday, October 3, 2021 at Boulger Funeral Home & Celebration of Life Center, Fargo with visitation starting at 1:00 P.M. The service will be live streamed on Boulger Funeral Home’s website. Graveside Service: 2:00 P.M. Monday, October 4, 2021 at St. John’s Cemetery, Grafton, ND. Followed by a Celebration of Life at Fair Oaks Golf Course in Grafton following the interment. We miss you and love you Kevin. Kevin's Video Tribute can be viewed below:

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  1. So sorry for the loss of you. You and I didn’t get along at first I listened to outside which was a huge mistake. You were always kind to us, you were such a work horse and could do anything. I will miss you. Thank you for being my friend

  2. Sorry for your loss. Hope all the wonderful memories will help you all through this difficult time. We will keep all of you in our prayers
    Bonnie and Dick Wilkins

  3. i miss you a ton already. the office is not the same without your smiling face and your daily advise

    miss ya buddy
    love jason sjostrom

  4. Kevin was an integral part of the facilities within our seed business over the last decade. He will be greatly missed.

    Our condolences to all of his family and friends, from all of us at South 89,
    Tony, Amy, Justin, Carl, Jon and Blaine

  5. I am deeply saddened from your passing Kevin. I miss our weekly phone calls where you would always have a great story/joke and a life lesson. Miss you Kevin.

  6. I’m very sorry for your loss! Very sorry for my loss also! Keven was a great asset to my seed business and a friend!!

  7. Heather & Family, We are sorry to see this. Your Dad worked with my hubby at Hamilton Systems and I know that since he left there they had some contact but no sure how much. I met him at one of the shows that he and Donny were doing-good guy always a smile. May you share stories/memories that bring a smile to your face, warm your heart and give you comfort, strength and courage to face the days ahead. Our deepest sympathy, Don & Michelle (Hardy) Murray

  8. Our deepest sympathies to Kevin’s loved ones. Roger knew Kevin for 60 plus years, growing up together on the “East Side” of Grafton. Every day was an adventure hanging around with Kevin! Lots of interesting times together and usually ending up at Felmo’s on Burgamott. He will be missed.
    Roger and Sandy Stark

  9. When I think of Kevin, I smile. I remember hanging with the EastWood Boys and what a character he was. That’s a long time ago, late 60’s. Those fun Grafton times.
    May you catch all the fish you can handle, in Heaven!! My sympathy and prayers for his family and close friends, Mike B, Jim F, Jim A.

  10. I met Kevin thru my nephews seed business in Houghton, SD a few years ago. His knowledge of the equipment, treatments, and the right way to do things is irreplaceable. He was the answer guy. He always quickly responded to our needs and questions. His smile, wit, and friendship will always be missed. When in the area he would call and stop by for a chat. He always had a new tale to spin. Kevin loved his family, lake home, and life. A loss to all who knew him. Rest in peace friend!

  11. To the family of Kevin: I worked at Wensman Seed and Kevin participated in many of our dealer meetings. I held Kevin in high regard as a seed treatment specialist. We enjoyed many meals and after meeting sessions as we traveled on the circuit. I thoroughly enjoyed Kevin’s company and am saddened to learn of his passing. May he Rest In Peace. My condolences. Dan Sartell

  12. Our condolences! We just returned from vacation and were saddened to hear of Kevin’s death. Many memories of the time spent together. Lloyd and Claudia Thompson

  13. I am so saddened to learn of Kevin’s passing. I first met Kevin in the auction industry and he was always the one I could trust. I quickly learned to appreciate Kevin and he had great respect from me up in Canada. Kevin treated me as a friend even after we both left the business but would still cross paths at the odd trade show. My sympathies to Kevin’s family and friends.

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