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Scott Stein

Family Friend Passed Away Tonight

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Scott Stein

i got the call at about 7:30 that a good family friend of ours "Duzzel" as he was called, who my dad hunted with for 30 + yrs died while ice fishing on Clear Lake S. Of New Ulm tonight. his brother was with and said he had a heart attack. please keep him in your thoughts, he was a great friend and will be missed.

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thorski

Sorry to hear the news. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.

God Bless.

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walleyeaddict

Sorry indeed....Thoughts and prayers go out to all.

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pascooter94

prayers sent.

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Team Otter

Sorry to hear this. My thoughts and prayers are extended to family and friends.

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Jim43

So sorry to hear of this loss, My condolences to the family and friends. frown

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grussendorf

This is Rich (Gruzzy) Duessel's brother Thank you Scott and

everyone else for your thoughts and prayers. Hunting and

fishing will NEVER be the same.The beer will even have a sour

taste!! Sadly missed! He couldn't have left us unhappier.

(Beer in one hand-fishing pole in the other) Surrounded

by loved ones. Gruzzy

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muc33

Sorry for your loss, hold those memories tight!!!!

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BucksnDucks

My prayers are with the family. I know one of his daughters and was saddened to hear of her loss. My god bless you all and keep you strong in this very difficult time.

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Scott Stein

This is Rich (Gruzzy) Duessel's brother Thank you Scott and

everyone else for your thoughts and prayers. Hunting and

fishing will NEVER be the same.The beer will even have a sour

taste!! Sadly missed! He couldn't have left us unhappier.

(Beer in one hand-fishing pole in the other) Surrounded

by loved ones. Gruzzy

rich sorry to hear about the loss,it still doesnt seem like he can be gone! i just talked to him during duck opener out by voges's. i think my dad took it kinda hard,he was pretty quite after he got the news. ive heard many stories about him and remember good times with him also,he'll be missed..rich have u guys decided when the wake is gunna be?

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hondarider550

Sorry to hear about your loss... Our prayers are with you and your family...

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moparmarv

sorry to hear that our prayer are with you

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fishingguy

Rich, sorry to hear of your lose! Please pass along my sympathy to dede and austin as well. DanB

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grussendorf

Wake is Tuesday 4-8 p.m. at Schmucker(sp?) Funeral home in New Ulm. Funeral...Wed. 1 p.m. Christ the King Lutheran church in New Ulm. He had MANY fine stories to tell us about you all !

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grussendorf

Thanks for your thoughts Dan... Sucks !!!

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Scott Stein

all right, thanks rich, we'll be there tomorrow night to pay our respects,see ya then

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