Neal McClure

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  1. Our sympathy to your families during this time of loss. Neal was a great friend and coworker to my Dad. Sincerely, Ellen (Hokenstad) and Peter Gugisberg

  2. Dr. Ron McClure and Family
    Recognition of a great man….You are definitely a “Chip off the Block”. Same character inherited, I’m convinced.
    I know you were very devoted to your dad and family. Despite crazy times, the wood ducks are still a constant along with eternal Hope!
    Our Sympathy extended to all of Yours,

    Wayne and Rose
    Former dental family (clients)

  3. Our deepest sympathy to all your family. What a blessing you had your dad for so many years.
    Lollie & Ron Johnson

  4. My deepest sympathy to Neal’s family. He enjoyed singing very much, whether in the First Lutheran choir or in later years, singing solos before evening meals at Valley View and Sheyenne Crossings. His voice retained a pleasant resonant quality, and he used it to project his faith and love of music.

  5. I remember both of your folks so fondly. They were such great people. They were such dear friends of my parents Keith and Mary Jane. I take comfort knowing that they are all together again.

  6. Just seen the obituary and the name Muske. I am a muske. My dad was William Muske from Grand Rapids. His father was Herman Muske who was probably a brother or cousin to Lena. Neal looks alot like my father. Do you know who Lena’s parents where? Text or phone # 701 830 0162.

  7. As a second generation Soil Conservationist with the now NRCS I’m proud to say Neal was a admired mentor to all of us “newbies” in the 60s and 70s. We’ve lost a good conservation friend.

  8. Brian:

    I always had such a good time whenever Neal and Lu were around. They were delightful and adept at making a new friend feel right at home.
    Treasure all your memories, and concentrate on making new ones with your own kids and grandkids.

  9. My mom, Maxine Muske, saw Neal’s obituary some time ago. She talked fondly of him and enjoyed the conversations they had. She asked me to contact you and pass along her sympathy. Her, and my, thoughts are with you and your family.

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