Steve Lauinger

steve lauinger
Steve W. Lauinger, 37, Fargo passed away Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at Sanford Health, Fargo. Steve was born February 11, 1981 in Fergus Falls, Minnesota. He grew up in Mapleton, North Dakota. He married Sarah Gausvik in 2001. He worked for Olaf Anderson Construction Company. Family was very important to Steve and he loved spending time in the outdoors. He enjoyed being around his family, especially his children. He is survived by his parents, Richard (Wanda) Lauinger, Fargo, ND; wife, Sarah, Fargo, ND; children, Nicholis and Zachary, Fargo, ND; brother, Chris (Kelly) Lauinger, West Fargo, ND; niece, Paisley Lauinger, West Fargo, ND; nephew, Grayson Lauinger, West Fargo, ND; grandmother, Rose Lauinger, Fargo, ND and many aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Marion and Ray Schumacher, Conrad Lauinger; uncle, David Schumacher and cousin, Angel Schumacher. Funeral Service: 10:00 A.M. Monday, September 10, 2018 at Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center, Fargo with visitation starting at 9:00 A.M. Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Fargo.

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  1. Steve was a wonderful,fun,huge hearted guy. He always had a big hug for a person. I am sure he was welcomed in heaven by loved ones there.i will miss him dearly.

  2. I have so many memories of Stevie.
    He has a special place in my heart .
    He was so important to everyone who knew him.
    He will live on threw his two amazing sons.

  3. I’m sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and I pray God will grant you strength during this difficult time.

  4. All of our hearts are so broken . We weren’t ready to say goodbye yet . Please be okay on the other side, your loved so much on both. Wanda , Rich , Christopher , Sarah , Nick & Zach…. God bless your hearts, We’re so sorry.

  5. Steve was always there with open arms and a hug, ready to help whenever needed, loving cousin, godfather, and friend. He will be missed by many and touched many lives.
    Love you all

  6. He was a significant presence during my adolescence growing up out in Mapleton, the good, the bad & the ugly, but no matter the situation his insight was 1 of a kind, unique in its own way so much so you’d be interested in how much his 2 cents were gonna be worth next time around…

  7. Steve was a great friend and always there to help someone with open arms and mind and is truly missed and i will always call you my brother for what we had been through together as friends until we meet again

  8. My thoughts have been, and are, with your entire and extended family. I am so sorry for your loss, and offer my sincerest condolences.

  9. Steve you were a great guy to my brother.. always giving him advice. We can’t beleive your gone. Your memory will carry on forever with my brother. Thanks for being a good person to talk with whe. He needed your advice. R.I.P. STEVE FLY HIGH

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