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Ken Kuehl

June 17, 1940 - November 20, 2019

Funeral Service - Tuesday

November 26, 2019
- 10:00 AM

Boulger Funeral Home & Celebration of Life Center, Fargo

Visitation - Tuesday

November 26, 2019
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center, Fargo


Boulger Funeral Home

Ken Kuehl

June 17, 1940 - November 20, 2019


Kenneth H Kuehl of Fargo, North Dakota died on November 20, 2019 at his home in Fargo.

Ken was born in Tomah, Wisconsin on June 17, 1940 to Gertrude and Howard Kuehl. Ken graduated from Tomah High School in 1958. Ken entered the US Navy serving on the U.S.S. John McCain and with stations in Hawaii, Philippines and India.

After his service, Ken worked at Andrey’s Hardware Store in Tomah before moving into various sales positions including Leslie Paper and International Paper. Ken also co-owned Service Offset Supply of Fargo until his retirement.

Ken had homes in Tomah, Madison, Oshkosh in Wisconsin, a home in Fargo, North Dakota and a lake home on Bad Medicine Lake in Ponsford, MN.

Ken was a lifelong member of Ducks Unlimited, National Rifle Association and the Freemasons of Wisconsin. Ken loved to hunt, fish, shoot, collect coins and watch westerns (his favorite was Gunsmoke.)

Ken is survived by his wife of 57 years, Donna Kuehl of Fargo. Ken was loving father of Mark Kuehl (deceased) and his wife Grace of Fargo, and Troy Kuehl and his wife Patricia of Shirley, Massachusetts. Grandfather of Kayla, Nicholas, Molly, Gerry, Gisele, Tory, Logan and Kaleigh. Great grandfather of Dorian, Asher, Julianna and Olivia. Honorary father of Chad Helgeson of Fargo and his wife Jackie. Brother of Shirley Wehman of New Lisbon, Wisconsin, Dennis Kuehl of Tomah, Wisconsin and Duane Kuehl (deceased) of Tomah and Steve Kuehl of Tomah.

Visitation will be from 9-10 a.m., followed by a funeral at 10 a.m., Tuesday, Nov. 26, at Boulger Funeral Home in Fargo.

In lieu of flowers, the family would ask for donations to the Fargo-Moorhead Salvation Army https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/northern/Fargo-Moorhead.


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8 responses to “Ken Kuehl”

  1. Richard & Judy Roller says:

    Donna & Family:

    Judy & I were saddened to hear of Ken’s passing. Being almost neighbors you son Troy and our son Trace became the very best of friends. A friendship which they still enjoy to this day. We always knew, when trace was not at home, he probably was at the Kuehl house just down the block. Want you to know that we are saddened to hear of your loss and you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Dick & Judy Roller

  2. Bob Johansen says:

    RIP Kenny. You will be missed. Love always
    Bob, Katie and Olivia Johansen

  3. Wendy Kuehl-Knutson says:

    I’m so sorry to hear about this. May he RIP. He was such a good man.

  4. Tom Burnside says:

    Donna and Kuehl Family
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Ken was a good friend to Lloyd through the years. Ken’s visits and calls during dad’s battle with cancer were a source of joy and were greatly appreciated. May God’s peace and comfort surround you.
    Burnside Family

  5. Greg Whitmore says:

    Donna and family .. you are in our thoughts and prayers… I always enjoyed our conversations with Ken. RIP

  6. Ken Klein says:

    Sorry to hear of your loss, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.

  7. Darla Schaff says:

    To the Kuehl Family, so sorry to hear of Ken’s passing. Have known him for many years as I was an employee at Flash Printing now at MDU. Although its been many years I always loved seeing him and we would shoot the breeze… when he would pay the business a visit. I am the one who made him about 500 DAMIT DOLLS back in the day. He would order 50 at a time…never so sick of making them dang things!!!! What a great memory of him though…gave him a hug every time I seen him! He was always good for a joke and he will be missed.

  8. Jon Haug says:

    Great Video! I am very sorry for your loss, Ken was a great guy to talk to and he will be missed by all.

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