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In Loving Memory...

Kim T. Syverson

Kim Truvaine Syverson, age 59, resident of Aneta, ND, passed away on the family farm, Thursday, February 16, 2017.


Kim was born June 22, 1957 in Grand Forks, ND to Truvaine and Carol (Holien) Syverson.  He grew up on the family farm in Aneta as the oldest of three brothers.  Kim graduated from Aneta High School in 1975 and attended AVTI in East Grand Forks, MN.  He moved back to Aneta and began farming with his dad.  Kim married Elizabeth Bina on March 27, 1982 and through this union they had Cole and Joey.  During his years in Aneta he served on the Cenex Co-op Board and the Sundahl Lutheran Church Council.  On October 4, 1996 Kim married Amy Tande and through this union they had McKenzie and Courtney.  The family moved to Alaska where Kim worked for M&M Constructors.  He moved back to Aneta in 2009 and began employment at Gabriel Construction until the fall of 2016.


Kim is survived by sons Cole (Sarah) of Thompson, ND and Joey (Kirstie) of Devils Lake, ND, daughters McKenzie of Fairbanks, AK and Courtney of Seattle, WA, grandsons Jesse, Charlie, Trygve and granddaughter Lena, mother Carol of Aneta, ND, brothers Jeff (Rachel) of Reynolds, ND and Scott (Sonya) of Aneta, along with many nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.


Kim was preceded in death by his father and nephew Calvary James.


Kim loved spending time with his children whether it was basketball, football, volleyball, hunting, snowmobiling, working in the shop or 4-wheeling with his grandsons.


A celebration for Kim will be held Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at Sundahl Lutheran Church, Aneta, ND with visitation starting at 10 a.m.  Interment will be in the spring at Silent Hill Cemetery, Aneta, ND.

Posted Condolences:

Sending my sympathy to all of Kims family.  Praying for Gods comfort.  Sorry I have to miss the funeral as I have cataract surgery scheduled for that morning. - Phyllis Peterson

Carol, Scott and Jeff: words can't begin to tell you how sorry I am for your loss. Kim was always so fun to be around and was always happy and laughing. I remember all the times we spent at the farm, even though he was older, he was always around and fun. Know that he and his dad are talking and catching up on things, and they are for sure looking down on you! Aneta just won't be the same without his smiling face around! Prayers to you and your families! - Sarah Hillebrand Scharf

I am saddened by the news of your loss. I pray that God will grant you the strength to guide you through this most difficult time. My most sincere condolences. - Faye L. Severinson


To Carol and Jeff and  the family--So  sorry to hear/see of Kim's death. May God sustain you in your loss. - Pastor Stephen Engelstad


I had the privilege of going to high school with Kim and I will always remember his fun and lively personality.  My condolences to his entire family during this time of sadness. - Marlene Swenson Seaworth

Kim's Family...So sorry to hear of your sudden loss. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you all. - Lynn and Joanne Ward


Carol and family, we are so very sorry to hear of your loss of Kim.  We send our condolences, our thoughts and prayers our with all of you during this sad time.  May God be with you! - Bob & Shirley Mallory


Our condolences to Kim's entire family.  We owned the Bar in Pisek and Kim would always come in after work.  He was such a joy to have around.  His laughter, his smile and boy, he could eat.  He loved the pizzas and prime rib.  He loved talking about his family and grandchildren.  It was a blessing that we got to know him.  He will be missed by all of us in Pisek and beyond.  Our heartfelt prayers go out to all the family! - Curtis and Wanda Sarkilahti

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