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Quintin A. "Sandy" Narum

Nov 26, 1926 - May 1, 2013

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Dear Alice my deepest condolences to you and your family. May he rest in peace. In the name of Jesus. Ed C. McEnespy.

Dear Alice, Gail, Greg, Jeff and Scott - my heart is with you all. Sandy was a deightful man, an inventor, full of intelligent and humurous conversation. His support and love of family was so evident. Rick and I loved visiting with him and Alice when we visited the Redding area. Warmest regards, Joan Suther and Rick Vetter

Alice and the family, You arevery much in my thoughs and prayer at this difficultt time.. I will also miss Sandy. He was great mentor and friend. H e served in so many capacities in the parish

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. It was so nice getting to know your dad at the Vista's. He was so interesting to talk to. He and I shared a love for music. We would like identifing the songs that his friend would play on the piano on Tuesdays. Occassionally I got beat him to it!
My mother enjoyed his company along with your mom at meals. Your dad would hold your mom's hand while waiting for their meal alot. True Love for sure. He always loved Butter...

Dear Mrs. Narum and Family,

Our thoughts and prayers go out to each one of you. What a wonderful, kine and caring man. We are glad we had an opporutnity to know him and Alice.

Cynthia and Chris Masters
Our Lady of Mercy Parishioners

Mrs. Narum, Greg, Jeff and Family:

The thoughts and prayers of our entire family go out to your family today!


Quintin's Obituary

Quintin A. "Sandy" Narum was born on November 29, 1926 and died on May 1, 2013 after having lived a full life. From birth through high school he lived in Waubun, Minnesota where his parents owned a general store. After graduating from high school, he volunteered for duty in World War II...

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