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Robbie Lass

April 27, 1993 - June 27, 2016

Memorial Service - Saturday

July 02, 2016
- 1:00 PM

Triumph Lutheran Brethren West Campus, West Fargo

Arrangements

Boulger Funeral Home

Robbie Lass

April 27, 1993 - June 27, 2016

Obituary

Robbie Ray Scott Lass was born on April 27, 1993, to Theresa Lass in Fargo, ND. Robbie grew up with his Grandma Barbara Olson and Sister Ashley Lass in Perley, MN and later moved to Bemidji, MN. Robbie returned to the FM area after high school and started working for S & S Drywall, a family business.

Robbie had a passion for art and music. He loved to play acoustic guitar for fun. His art was evident in all the free hand tattoos he created for himself and many others. Robbie was always there to put a smile on your face. He was a very caring loving person and was there for many people. He has touched so many lives and will be in our hearts forever and always.

Robbie is survived by his Son Joey “Little Bear” Poitra (Grace), his Mother, Theresa Lass, Sister Chrissie (Cory) Feldt, Brother Michael Lass, and Sister Ashley Lass, and his countless aunts, uncles and cousins.

He is greeted in Heaven by his Grandmother Barbara Olson, and Uncle David Stordahl.

The greatest comfort during our sorrow was the expressions of sympathy conveyed to us in many ways we deeply appreciate your thoughtfulness and thank you most sincerely

The family of Robbie Lass would like to extend a special thank you to Pastor Vern Baardson and the staff at Triumph Lutheran Brethren Church along with all the “Special Someone’s” who lent a caring and loving hand.

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6 responses to “Robbie Lass”

  1. Gracie Garza says:

    Robbie , you will be missed by many people that loved you. I still remember your beautiful smile the day I moved to Perley, Minnesota

  2. Ursula says:

    We love you Robbie and will always remember you. The many days and evenings hanging out with us at the Perley house. Horse back riding in Georgetown, visiting out at the farm. Your unusual fear of chickens and you love for art. You were way too young to carry the burdens you did and I’m so sorry you chose to depart from this world. I know you no longer will have to deal with the pain and struggles you had, your in a better place. Peaceful! Be free until we can sit around the camp fire and talk until the sun comes up. God Bless!

  3. Betsy Folden says:

    I wish Robbie’s family and friends my deepest and most sincerest sympathy and love. My thoughts and prayers for peace are with you. Robbie will be deeply missed and always remembered.

  4. Gene and jo Christensen says:

    Our heart aches for those left behind. May the Lord who cares for troubled souls comfort all of you.

  5. leticia says:

    My heart is heavy for you all 💔😢

  6. Cindy Joseph says:

    God Bless you all. I share your sorrow. Love you.

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