Warren L Krause, 62, Fargo, passed away at the Veterans Administration Hospital on Sunday, December 7, 2014.

Warren was born on July 1 , 1952 in Ellendale, North Dakota to Gideon and Ruth Krause, He lived in Ellendale until the age of twelve when he came to Fargo. Warren attended schools in Fargo and graduated from Fargo South High School. He enlisted in the Army and served in Germany.  Warren returned to the Fargo area and worked for Hubert Oye Construction, Asplin, Johnson/Dakota Underground, and Schipper Construction until becoming ill.

Warren loved to hunt and fish.   As a young man he liked to compete in arm wrestling tournaments.

He also loved riding his motorcycle with the wind blowing in his hair

Warren is survived by his 3 daughters: Nicole (Jimmi Jamieson) Krause, Elanda (Randy Rourke), and Kay Schmidt; 4 grandchildren: Makenzie, Kody,  Zaedyn, and Owen. 3 brothers and 1 sister: Lester, Stan, Steven, and Linda Snyder; and his best friend, Marco, his dog.

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  1. Horace Sorry for your loss. Back in the day I hung with the same group as Warren. We al had fun together. Bye Warren.

  2. Fargo ND
    My condolences go out to Warren’s daughters, grandchildren, family and friends! Warren worked for me for several years as an underground (water & sewer) Forman. He was extremely knowledgeable, a true professional in his line of work and one of the hardest working individuals I have ever known.
    He gave it his all at work and away from work, not many people could have worn his boots for a day. I learned a lot from Warren and I thank him for that. Warren may you rest in peace!

  3. FARGO ND
    My condolences to the family of Warren. I remember a few of those arm wrestling bouts. Though it has been quite a few years since seeing you Steve. my thoughts are with you during this time of grief and loss. for your brother…He was quite a guy…

  4. Fargo ND
    Warren’s dear daughters, and family, I am so deeply sorry, may God hold each of you close and comfort you at this difficult time. Every time I seen Warren, he had a smile on his face and a twinkle in his eyes as he spoke about his daughters and his grandchildren, God and all your dear memories will see you through XOXOXO RIP Dear Warren…..

  5. Centerville GeorgiaDear family,
    My prayers are with you all. I was so sad to hear this. My memories of Warren are of a young, good looking, vibrant man who knew how to have fun and enjoyed life. May God grant you peace and may your memories give you comfort as well. God bless you.
    Debra Jordan McCullough

  6. I am sorry to hear of your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that the Bible reveals God’s purpose to restore the dead to life by means of a resurrection to a paradise earth, where sickness and death will be no more. Jesus said: “The hour is coming in which all those in the graves shall hear his voice and come out.”—John 5:28, 29 Revelation 21:1-4. I hope you find some comfort in this promise.

  7. Culver City CAYou have left an empty space in my heart that will never be filled. Rest in peace Baby Brother. The world is not the same without you. With Love, your Sister.

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