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Bryan Humble
February 7, 2020

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Bryan Lee Humble

Mar. 20, 1976 - Jan. 27, 2020

Bryan Lee Humble, the son of Danny and Sharon (Wolfe) Humble was born on March 20, 1976 in Rugby, North Dakota. He died at the age of 43 years on Monday, January 27, 2020 at his home.

Bryan was raised on the family farm in central Pierce County. He received his education in Wolford, graduating in 1994. During his time at school he enjoyed FFA and Vo-Ag and was also active in 4H.

After graduating high school , he joined the U.S. Army and served in Germany, Bosnia and Yugoslavia for a total of four years. He also served in the North Dakota Army National Guard. After serving in the army, he attended NDSCS in Wahpeton and received his degrees as a diesel masters and welding technician. He then returned to the family farm and farmed with his father and various neighbors and worked

for Northern Equipment in Rugby. Bryan had two daughters, Katie and Marion with his first wife. He later met and married the love of his life and soulmate, Christy in 2015 and became a father to her

children. He was currently working at Rolla Implement doing what he loved, his passion, being a technician. Bryan loved his farm and he loved the days when he was farming and raising cattle and telling all his stories about those years. He enjoyed the hunters coming every fall to duck hunt, solving problems that others couldn't and always enjoyed finding ways to blow up things. Christy, Bryan and children, en-

joyed taking multiple trips and he loved showing his wife his way of life in North Dakota as it is quite different than the life she lived in Mississippi. Bryan was a very tech savvy man with a great heart and mind who loved his family and put his wife and children first in everyday that he lived.

Bryan is survived by his wife, Christy; children, Kodee Conner of MS, Baliegh and Daniel Conner both of Rugby and Katie and Marion Humble of Minot; his parents, Danny and Sharon of Wahpeton; siblings,

Michael (Patti) Humble of Grand Forks, Kristy (Tyler) Wangler of Fairmount and Matthew (Katelyn) of Wahpeton; several uncles, aunts; nieces, nephews; other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his grandparents.

Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, February 1st at First Lutheran Church in Rugby with spring burial in the Wolford Community Cemetery. Pastor Elaine Sveet, officiating. Military honors were held outside the church after the service.

Organist: Pam Anderson

Soloist: Kayla Johnson

Casket Bearers: Matthew Georgeson, Adam L. Bohl, Kenny Bohl, Brent Kurtti, Jon Follman and Matthew Humble

Military Honors Accorded by The Clarence Larson American Legion Post #23 Honor & Color Guard, Rugby; North Dakota Military Funeral Honors Detail

Arrangements with the Anderson Funeral Home of Rugby. Online registry: www.funeralsbyanderson.com

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