Troy Hegney

troy hegney
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Troy Donald Hegney, 51, of Fargo died Saturday September 26, 2020 at Jewett Lake in Fergus Falls. Troy Donald Hegney was born in Fargo on January 27, 1969 to Gerald and Mary Hegney. He was baptized at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church. He had his first communion and was confirmed at Holy Spirit Catholic Church. Troy grew up in North Fargo attending Washington Elementary until the 6th Grade. Troy attended Holy Spirit during 7th and 8th grade. He then attended Shanley High School, graduating in 1987. Troy attended Moorhead Technical College and graduated in 1989 with a degree in Automobile Mechanics. Troy began his professional work career at Saturn of Fargo/Lunde Auto Center in July of 1992. He worked there as a technician until 1996. He worked at Peterbilt of Fargo in the Parts Department from 1996 thru 2019. He came back to the Lunde Family in May of 2019 to work in the Parts Department. Troy married Noreen (Godel) Hegney on June 28, 1997 at Bethesda Lutheran Church in Moorhead, MN. They lived in South Fargo in their new house that they built in 2000. Troy’s hobbies include automobiles, especially Ford Bronco’s, Remote Control Cars, Monster Trucks, Car Shows, working in his garage shop, grilling, traveling, drawing, and tailgating at Bison games. Troy was always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone that asked. Troy was very social and enjoyed visiting with everyone he met. He looked at a crowd of strangers as friends he had not met yet. Preceding him in death were both sets of grandparents – Dewey and Faith Hegney, Lawrence and Clara Bichler; uncles, Dewey Hegney and Terry Hegney; and mother-in-law, Deloris Godel. Troy is survived by his wife of 23+ years, Noreen of Fargo; his parents, Gerald and Mary Hegney of Fargo; father-in-law, Homer Godel, Moorhead; brother, Todd (Kelly) Hegney of Fargo; niece and goddaughter Alannah Hegney of Fargo; niece, Macie Hegney of Fargo; godparents, Jim and LeAnn Galvin; and two goddaughters, Danielle and Natalie Fontaine. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends. Blessed be the many wonderful memories of Troy Hegney. There will be a memorial service at 2:00 PM on Friday, October 16, 2020 at Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center, Fargo with a visitation one hour prior. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to the Roger Maris Cancer Center or a charity of the donor's choice. Attendees will be required to wear masks.

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  1. To Troy’s family, please accept my condolences. I know this is a difficult time and want you to know that in the years at Peterbilt, I did enjoy visiting with him and getting to know him. Rest in peace. Jan Luptak Aurora,Co

  2. Noreen We extend our sincere sympathy to you and your Dad. What a tragedy/ Out prayers are with you/Eddie and Barbara.

  3. I am very sorry for your loss. I enjoyed working with and knowing Troy, and am deeply saddened by his passing. He had a big heart, and was always willing to do whatever it took to get things done. I was lucky to have his friendship.
    Eric Esterby – Bemidji, MN

  4. Noreen & Homer
    So sorry for your loss–Troy was a very happy and kind man–always concerned about others. He will be missed Dearly. You and your Dad will be in our Thoughts and Prayers.

  5. I went to high school with Troy. He was a kind and generous man. I always enjoyed visiting with him. My sympathies to Noreen and to Troy’s family.

  6. Noreen and Family,

    Please accept my sincere sympathies for your loss. I went to Shanley with Troy and would occasionally run into him throughout the years. Troy was always very kind, gracious and incredibly authentic. I truly believe our earthly place is much better because Troy was in it. Rest in Peace, Troy.

  7. Noreen and families, I am so deeply sorry about Troy’s passing. My prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  8. My sympathy to Noreen, Homer, Gerry, Mary and Family and Friends, I will miss visiting with Troy. He was always so pleasant to be with.
    Dennis kilde

  9. Noreen and Hegney family,
    I am so sorry for the loss of Troy. Always enjoyed visiting with him and running into him whether it be at the grocery store, scheels or your cabin. He was a kind and sensitive soul and will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and may your memories keep you warm during this difficult time.
    Carrie Stenseth and Allen Drechsel

  10. I went to school with Troy we became friends and also worked with him at Peterbiult we would always have a good conversation when we meet very sorry for your loss thoughts and prayers to the family

  11. Troy was an instant friend to all who met him. God bless you Noreen, and I appreciate you and Troy always taking the time to speak with me and catch up after the holiday concerts. Condolences to his family.

  12. Noreen and Family,

    I am sorry to hear of your loss. The last time I saw Troy was at, I believe, our 20th high school reunion. I remember visiting with him and you for a bit. It was one of my fondest memories of the reunion. He was a good man and the world will be a lesser place without him.

    Terry Olstad

  13. My heart goes out to you and your family Doreen. I hope happy memories and your faith ease your grief and give you strength. Sending you my love and hugs!

  14. Kyle and I are so thankful for the time we shared with you and Troy, especially the evening at the lake when the boat broke down. The extra time to sit and enjoy each other and laugh about our circumstance now is tucked away as a treasured memory. Thank you for sharing yourselves with us.

  15. I’m sorry we could not join you in person but we are there in spirit and watching the service. He was a wonderful man and we will all mis him.

  16. I am so sorry to hear of Troy’s passing. I went to school with Troy at Holy Spirit and Shanley and he was an absolute light of a person–always kind, always gentle. The world would be a better place if we could replicate Troy a few million times over. I remember visiting with him and Noreen again at our 20th year reunion and noticing how much he clearly adored his wife, Noreen, and how happy he seemed. I am so very sad that he’s gone.

  17. My sincere sympathy is extended to Norene, Homer, Troy’s family, and many friends during this very difficult time. Prayers continue for your strength, comfort, and peace.
    I remember Troy as being so friendly, and I enjoyed talking with him whenever I saw him. May all of the good memories you have with Troy bless your hearts.

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