Ronald Lusk

ronald lusk
Ronald Dean Lusk, 64 passed away peacefully Friday May 3, at home unexpectedly. Ron was born April 15, 1955 in Hillsboro, ND, to Kenneth and Delores (Wahlberg) Lusk. He was raised and attended school in Grandin, ND. He married Sherry Ann Kjos on July 14, 1973 and resided in Fargo, ND. Ron was in the trucking business for most of his life driving for various companies and owner operator. Outside of driving for a living, his passion was his family, motorcycles, hunting and fishing. He is survived by his wife, Sherry, of 45 years; their children, Sheila Braunberger Fargo, ND, and Casey Lusk Harwood, ND; two grandchildren, Sadie Braunberger and Isaiah Dean Lusk; brother Stan (Fran) Lusk of Topeka, KS and Mike Lusk of Grandin, ND and half-sister Gloria Dukowitz. He was preceded in death by his parents, and a half brother, Gerald Grimsley.

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  1. Sherry and family, we extend our heartfelt sympathies to you and family for your loss. Gods Blessings for peace and comfort.

  2. While I have not seen Ron in almost 40 years we ran together in our younger years. Harleys, trikes and a very fast Ford Torino 428. He stood up at my wedding in 1976. We lost contact over the years and life took its toll. I remember him as a great friend. I wish we could have seen each other again but we have little say when the time comes. In the wind my friend. Dave.

  3. Sherry and all so very for your loss.. I remember when you got married so young and you two lived a life full of love forever praying for all😘

  4. Sherry and family, So very for your loss! May your many wonderful memories of Ron comfort you! You are in my thoughts and prayers! Debi (Rude) Patterson

  5. My heart goes out to the entire Lusk family for the unexpected passing of Ron. Although I never had the privilege of meeting him, I have an amazing friendship with his son, Casey. With the incredible amount of empathy and love that Casey has, you can only think it’s a direct image of the way he was raised. I’ve heard countless stories about Ron and Casey tinkering away on old cars, fishing and hunting trips, and more recently the new house out in Harwood. Hang on to the memories….time will heal the rest. Love, Sina

  6. Sherry and family: So sorry to hear of the loss of Ron, your faithful husband, father and grandfather. He will be dearly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. Thinking of you. Brad and Mary.

  7. What a good friend he picked up my freight for the last 20 years and always had time to visit with me always looked forward to our chat time. I ran into him at xmas at menards I think we yacked for 2 hours. not many like Ron in this world I will miss you Ron and thank you for being my friend all these years,

  8. We are sorry to hear of the loss of Ron your in our thoughts and prayers. Carl and Terrie Felix

  9. Sherry and family, I’m so sorry to learn of Ron’s passing. My deepest condolences to you and your family and friends of Ron’s. I’ll have you in my thoughts and prayers. Cherish the wonderful memories of Ron. Take care and God Bless.

  10. Sherry and Family,
    Leo and I are so sorry for your loss.
    I havent seen you in years but I think of you often.We dont get to Fargo but once a year anymore.

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