Dwight "Skip" McFerran

Robbinsdale, Minnesota

Nov 30, 1954 – Sep 6, 2017 (Age 62)

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I just learned of Skip's passing. Skip was by far one of the most admirable, loyal, honest and trustworthy persons I ever had the privilege to have worked with. I'll always treasure and remember the sound of his gleeful voice over the phone ... "Ellen, I got the PO!". God Bless him; and may God comfort his family and many loving friends in this time of sorrow.

Pam, Kelly, Amy and your families, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy for your loss of a truly wonderful man. Skip was my friend for over 30 years, and always brought a smile to my face no matter how bad things might have been. I will always treasure the wonderful memories I have of Skip and your family..May the joy he brought into your lives and so many others bring you some comfort going forward.

My thoughts and prayers are with Skip's family. I have the honor and privilege to call Skip my friend. We worked together in the Consumer Electronics Business for many years. Skip is a true professional and foundational leader in the development of this industry here in MSP. He inspired me with his work ethic and never taking no for an answer! He always treated me with the greatest respect and I am thankful to have benefited from his powerful positive attitude. Thank you Skip, I am eternally...

My thoughts are with Skip's family during this time of loss. Got to know Skip when he was with Sega, calling on me at ShopKo. Ronnie G and Brian D made up the golf foursome each year, Sundays at Kohler, Mondays at the Charity Golf Outing. I can easily say that those were some of the most fun days of my life, and Skip was a big part of it. His sense of humor, his big golf swing, his Vikings-Packers bets, and his thirst for life (and a beer or two) really touched all he made contact with. ...

Pam, Amy and Kelly, I am so sorry for your loss. I had the great privilege of working with Skip years ago at OMC. He was a wonderful man. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

'72 reunions will never be the same. We will miss him so, so much. He brought us together like Al Thomas coined "One big family', growing up together.He may not grow old with us, but we will forever keep him in our hearts - may God bless his sweet wife and daughter. My thoughts are with you.

I'm so sorry for your loss.

May the God of all comfort, bring comfort to the McFerran family during these difficult times.

(2 Corin.1:3,4)

The world seems even more foreboding today without Skip in it.
I am certain all who knew him will agree he was a first-rate kind
of man - big personality, huge heart, always interested, made
you feel welcome whether youd seen him last week or last century,
adored his wife and his family. He will be sorely missed. May God
bless you, Pam, and your family, as you walk this difficult road.

KAthy and I are just shocked to hear about Skip leaving us too soon. WIsh we could be a there next Thursday but have surgery scheduled . Love to Pam and girls and all.
best neighbor we ever had


Dwight's Obituaries

Dwight W. "Skip" McFerranage 62 of Maple Grove passed away Sept. 6 with his family at his side. He is preceded in death by parents, Dwight and Agnes; sister, Pat (Jim) Lund; and brothers-in-law, Bill Audette and Jack Mason. He is survived by loving wife, Pam; daughters, Amy (Greg)...

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