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Steven McGregor

November 17, 2016

Funeral service - Tuesday

November 22, 2016
- 10:00am

Boulger Funeral Home

Visitation - Monday

November 21, 2016
5:00pm - 7:00pm

Bougler Funeral Home

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Boulger Funeral Home

Steven McGregor

November 17, 2016

Obituary

Steven L. McGregor, 61 of Walcott, ND passed away on Thursday, November 17, 2016 at his home.

Steven was born in Moorhead, MN on December 1, 1954 to Orval and Eleanora (Hanson) McGregor. He graduated from Moorhead High and went on to work for Butler Machinery and then Keebler Co. for 35 years. He married Sandra Carlson on July 9, 1977 and they made their home in Walcott, ND.

Steve loved his life. His joy lay in his family, fishing, hunting, being outdoors, working on machinery, being with his animals, and camping. He enjoyed fishing trips in Canada. He was especially proud of his 4 grandchildren and found much happiness in the time he was able to spend with them.

He is survived by his wife, Sandy; children: Sara (Gus) McGregor-Okroi; Samantha McGregor; Stephanie (Mike) Kummer; grandchildren: Cason, Codi Jo, Gage, and Myla; sister: Sandra (Wayne) Heiden; brother, Lowell (Pauline) McGregor; and his father, Orval McGregor; sisters-in-law: Sue Hilzendager; Linda Carlson; Nancy (Gregg) Johnson; Mother and Father-in-law: LeRoy and Oryce Carlson.

Steven was preceded in death by his mother, Eleanora; brothers-in-law, Butch Hilzendager and David Carlson.

VISITATION: from 5:00pm to 7:00pm on Monday, November 21, 2016 at Boulger Funeral Home.

FUNERAL SERVICE: 10:00am on Tuesday, November 22, 2016 at Boulger Funeral Home with visitation one hour prior to services.

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12 responses to “Steven McGregor”

  1. Gene Maxwell says:

    You will be missed my friend. You left us way too early! My condolences to his family and many friends.

  2. Karl Palloch says:

    I will always remember the time we spent fishing road tripping looking for wildlife and having a cool one You could always get a laugh out of people with your sayings and facial expressions, I will miss you .Sam, Sarah, Steph, your Dad was one of a kind. Karl

  3. Randy and Cindy Selstedt says:

    So extremely sorry for your loss Sam and family

  4. Terry Henne says:

    I’m so very sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. My family were next door neighbors on 14th St. Moorhead. We were best pals in grade school even tho he was a year ahead of me. Orval and Ellie were like my second parents. I regret losing touch as my family moved to Los Angeles in 1968. God Bless.

  5. Jen Gompf says:

    Sending love and hugs to all of you! So very sorry for your loss.

  6. Mark Anderson says:

    I knew Steve when we were young and dumb, too many years ago. I was saddened to hear of his death. I bet he truly enjoyed being a grandfather. Steve was a good man when he was young and I’m sure that he was a good man when he was older. Sorry that he left so early.

  7. Staff of Americinn of Little Falls MN says:

    We will miss you on your regular route stop on Tuesdays for all the years you stayed with us. Prayers and Gods Blessings to your family. Steve you are truly a blessing that touch our lives- From all staff of americInn

  8. Tammy Iverson-Hansen says:

    Sandy & family,
    Sorry to hear of Steves passing, may he rest in peace.

  9. Margo Alsleben Rowland says:

    We were so sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. When my parents moved to Moorhead in 1953 the McGregor family was one of our first family friends. My sister Debby and Steve were the same age and I’m sure were in their share of mischief through the growing up years! We shared many good times with the McGregors, most often surrounding good food!

    On behalf of the Alsleben and Rowland families our prayers and love to the entire family.

  10. Debby Weigel says:

    Steve was my childhood friend who I remember fondly. He always made me smile. We had many a great times riding in his convertible, throwing baseballs (sometimes at my nose), pole faulting, walking on stilts, snow mobiling (much to his mothers dismay), and spending cold winter nights at Gramma Hansen’s house staying warm & eating cookies! I am so happy I was able to visit with Steve several years ago and reminisce. So sad to hear that he is gone. Love the McGregor family like my own!

  11. curtis crowston and family. says:

    so sorry for your loss of steve,

  12. Donna Bruzik says:

    So sorry to hear of your loss. I got to know Steve at Wal Mart in Alexandria and I so enjoyed conversations while he unloaded his truck. He always made me laugh.

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