Aaron Revering, 76Aaron George Revering, 76, died September 21, 2012.
Aaron George Revering, 76, died September 21, 2012.
Aaron was born January 1, 1936 in Urbank, Otter Tail County, to Henry and Anna (Daas) Revering. He attended a country school near Urbank until they moved to Lake Ida. He matured into manhood and worked on a farm in Chokio until he joined the Army and served January 1956 to November 1957.
Aaron was united in marriage to Donna Olson on June 13, 1964. Later, having five children, Aaron and his family lived on a dairy farm between Millerville and Urbank for many years. He supplemented some of his time with road construction, his true calling and hobby.
Aaron loved to play cards, operate his Bobcat, and maintain a small hobby farm and large garden. He also enjoyed his Thursday morning breakfasts with his buddies.
Aaron spent his final days at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in St. Cloud, when he made his final transition to the House of Yahweh on Friday, September 21 with the comfort of family near him.
He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Donna; children, Greg (Staci) Revering, Tim (Diane) Revering, Gayle (Keith) Nadgwick, Cindy (Shane) Gardner, and Matthew (Cynthia) Revering; siblings, Henry, Clem, Josephine, Louise, Helen and Sister Mary Ann, of Baltimore; grandchildren, Devon and Danielle Jo Revering, Jacob, Kaitlyn, Matthew and Josie Rae Revering, Darian, Brianna and Joshua Nadgwick, Gianna Gardner; step-grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and siblings, Clara, Daniel, Martin, Frank and Alice.
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