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Gary Isackson

July 07, 1952 - November 29, 2013


9:30-10:30 A.M. Monday, December 9, 2013 at Olivet Lutheran Church, Fargo.

Funeral Service:

10:30 A.M. Monday, December 9, 2013 at Olivet Lutheran Church, Fargo.


Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Gary Isackson

July 07, 1952 - November 29, 2013


Gary passed away on Friday, November 29, 2013 at his home in Fargo at the age of 61.

Gary was born on July 7, 1952, the son of Gustav and Elaine (Hagen) Isackson in Crookston, MN.

He was preceded in death by his parents.  He is survived by his sister, Judy (Dennis) Hauschulz; his uncle, Owen (Norma) Hagen; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.


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  1. Thomas Rene says:

    I will always remember some of the great bow hunting trips we made together. And the start of that other adventure which took us to Vietnam. We lost touch over the years but thanks for being a friend Gary.

  2. Ray & Bev Hubbard says:

    Fargo, ND
    58102 ND
    Hi Judy:
    We are so sorry to hear about your brother Gary.
    Our condolences to you and Dennis.

    I think of all the good times we had with you & Dennis
    Ray & Bev HUbbard

  3. Steve & Joyce Carlson says:

    Chandler ArizonaI remember Gary as a youth growing up in th Horace Mann area, Judy you and I went to school together and I offer my condolences to you and your family in the loss of your brother.

    As a Vietnam Veteran I honor his service to his country together with all Vietnam Vets. May he rest in piece.

    Steve Carlson

  4. Karen Schulz-Fortney says:

    Colorado Springs COGary was a good friend of my brother John Schulz. He spent a lot of time at our house while growing up and I remember him as a friendly, very good looking, mischievous kid. He and John joined the Army together and remained friends throughout the years. It warmed my heart when Gary attended the burial service for John in 2005. He was truly a good friend and will be deeply missed.

  5. Alice Engel says:

    Judy, I am so sorry for your loss. We will keep you in our prayers.

  6. Jim Johnson says:

    West Fargo ND
    It was a pleasure to have met you in this short life, your smile and eyes said it all. You will never be forgotten. Will look forward to seeing you again in Heaven Gary. Rest in peace.

  7. Jeanene says:

    Fargo Every so often, God blesses us with special people He puts into our lives and Gary, I was blessed to have you in my life. Such a gentle man, such a kind heart and you had a way of making me feel so special. You will be in my heart forever and until we meet again some day…..Thank you!

  8. Erika says:

    Twin Valley MN
    So sorry to hear about Gary, knew him as a kid. He was my dad’s friend. Such a nice guy!


    Dear Gary and family, Every once in a while my mind drifts to people who I went to school with. We were born two days apart in 1951. I do not recall if you went to Roosevelt but we did go to Ben Franklin and North High at the same time.

    After graduation, I spoke with you in Vietnam. From there it is history, many will take no notice of what we did, even though each soldier was important. You Gary, are a hero of the war. Highly decorated for your service in war during the battle of Hue I think it was. You are a brave man. The war had a lot to do with your death my friend. You carried those memories with you and tried to purge them from your mind.

    Life was simple in school, you would go hunting, not so much to kill, but to enjoy Gods work.

    Rest in Peace my friend, God bless you and be with you.

    It’s soldiers such as you that should be on the Vietnam War Memorial.

    Your Friend,
    Frank Anderson

    Frank Anderson

  10. Lyle says:

    Moorhead Minnesota
    Gary was a very bright individual and had a great memory. I had the pleasure of helping Gary out over the years. He always remembered my birthday and was proud of it.

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