St. Paul, Minnesota

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I am unsure what brought me here today. I was at my desk working and Howard Kuusisto crossed my mind many times. I finally gave into the thoughts of him and typed his name into Google. Now here I am looking at a photo of a man I had much respect for and genuinely liked. When I was very young, he gave me an opportunity when he offered me a job for which I was not really qualified. Through Howard's patience and wisdom, I learned many valuable lessons while gaining experience, knowledge and...

Howard will be missed by all who knew him. My prayers go out to his family. Even though I worked with Howard a few short years, he'll always be remembered by me as a great engineer and a friend.

Howard touched more people's lives than most will ever know. His accomplishments were many. He was a great engineer, a great boss, a great friend and a great mentor. I was blessed to have known him. May he RIP.

What a great reunion Howard must be having with his beloved Mildred, with Raymond, with his sister, with Onni and Sigrid.

His and their memories are blessings to all of us.
--John, Shelley, Andy, Jim Munter

I will greatly miss Howard. As a child I thought this man just lived to make our weekend fun. He was so calm and sweet. I would like to extend many hugs to his dear family, children and grand children. You are all in my prayers.

Linda, Kay, and Jim- My thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Howard was a rare gem and I will always remember his smile and laugh as he told us stories!


Howard's Obituaries

Age 90 ~ Of Roseville, Minnesota Died peacefully on November 19, 2012 Preceded in death by his beloved wife of 66 years, Mildred. Survived by his three children James, Mary Kay, and Linda; their spouses, children and grandchildren. Howard was born in Goodland, Minnesota in 1922 and grew up on the...

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