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Don Schnoor

October 03, 1931 - May 23, 2012


1-2:00 PM, Tuesday, May 29, Holy Family Catholic Church, Halstad, MN.

Funeral Service:

2:00 PM, Tuesday, May 29, Holy Family Catholic Church, Halstad, MN.


Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Don Schnoor

October 03, 1931 - May 23, 2012


Don Robert Schnoor, 80, of Halstad, MN, passed away on May 22, 2012 at Sanford Health in Fargo, ND.

Don was born on October 3, 1931 to Edward and Vivian (St. Peters) Schnoor. He grew up in the Fargo/Moorhead area. Don farmed most of his life, as well as worked at the Ford Motor Company in Detroit Lakes, MN. He loved to hunt and fish, and working and scrapping vehicles.

He is survived by his children: Don Robert Jr. of Belle Plaine, MN; Rosemarie (Paul) Schettler of Camden, NC; Rhonda (Steve) Huwe of Dent, MN; Ed (Theresa) Schnoor of Belle Plaine, MN; Steven (Jeanette) Schnoor of Jordan, MN; Rebecca (Billy) Peters of Hawley, MN; Theodore “Corky” (Kim) Schnoor of Lake Stevens, WA; Lisa Marie (Marty) Flaherty of Boston, MA; Tricia Ann (Albert) Maldonado of San Antonio, TX; sister: Victoria Bruns of West Fargo, ND; 26 Grandchildren; 3 Great Grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, step mother: Minnie Schnoor, brother: Edward Schnoor, one daughter Kim Ann Lubitz.


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  1. Kristi Beyl says:

    Fargo ND
    My family met Don almost two years ago at my mother’s auction sale when he purchased an old rambler. He and his grandson were such hard workers, and impressed my boys. They often saw him at future auctions, and always made a point to talk to him. He was always kind and considerate, and took time to answer their questions on the history of “old” auction items. RIP
    Gary and Kristi Beyl and family

  2. Melody Matheson says:

    Orem UthaTo my Mother (Victoria Bruns) and cousins.

    I would like to extend my deepest sympathy in the recent lost of another loved one so soon. We want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you ath this difficult time. It is never easy to say good bye to our loved ones. We just have to remember they are celebrating their new life with the ones who have gone before them. The joy and happeness they must be experiencing as they are greeted by Kim his daughter, his parents and others. So I hope you can lighten your burdens with memories of loving, good and fuuny things about “Corky” your brother/father. I know that my mom loved him and did things for him many times in the past few years, and that he too did things for her. We really were apprecitive thast he would cut his time short in Washington to travel all nigh a day to make it back for my dad’s funeral in January….. who would of thought we are now to this point. Thank you for sharing your father with us and others. May your hearts be comforted this day.

    From Kirk – Melody and children Chantel – Jaymeson – Gabriel – Shamaya

  3. Mary Schnoor says:

    Detroit Lakes mnI am sure he will be missed by many and my heart will be with the family. He was a good and careing man and was always good to me when I was pregnant with his grand-daughter Samantha. RIP

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