May 4th, 1951 – Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Buffalo Evangelical Free Church
Monday April 5th
Darrell “Amos” D. Spike
Age 58 of Buffalo, MN, passed away on Wednesday, March 31st, 2010 at his home surrounded by his family.
Amos was born on May 4th, 1951 in Monticello, MN the son of Donald and Lorraine ( Walberg) Spike.
Amos was united in marriage to Patricia (Curtis) on December 29th, 1982 in Casper, WY.
Amos worked at Delano Granite Works, Cenex Lake Region Co-op in Buffalo for 17 years, I.S.D. #877 Buffalo Schools, and wRight Lumber and Millwork Company. His favoriate hobbies were hunting and fishing. He belonged to the Buffalo Gun Club, was a member of the Buffalo Rodeo Committee for over 25 years, serving as a Director of the Buffalo Rodeo for two years, and participated in AWANA at the Buffalo Evangelical Free Church. Amos was a proud veteran of the United States Marines Corps, he served as past Post Commander of the Buffalo American Legion and also was a member of the Buffalo Color Guard.
Amos is survived by his loving family: wife of 27 years Pat. Children Lisa Marie Spike of Paynesville, MN, Andrew James Spike of Buffalo, MN, Jennifer Lynn Spike of Buffalo, MN.
Grandchildren: Ashley and Krystalyn.
Siblings: Delrose (Jared) Larson of Buffalo, MN, Duane (Denise) Spike of Coon Rapids, MN.
Mother-in-law Beverly (Archie) Curtis of Perham, MN.
Brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law Mike Curtis of Anoka, MN, Laurel Ahsenmacher of Annandale, MN, Diane (Ron) Smith of Cokato, MN, Paul Curtis of Maple Lake, MN.
He was preceded in death by: parents Donald and Lorraine Spike, 2 infant sisters and an infant brother. Father-in-law Albert Curtis.
Casket Bearers are Gerry How, Gene Persian, Scott Enter, Dale Daniels, Lonnie Thornton, Stan Droneck.
Celebration of life Service held Monday, April 5th 2010, (2051 50th Street N.E.) 11 AM at the Buffalo Evangelical Free Church with visitation Sunday, April 4th, 4-8PM at the CHURCH and one hour prior to the service.
Interment will be held Tuesday, April 6th, 12:30 P.M., at the Minnesota State Veterans Cemetery, Fort Ripley in Little Falls, MN with military honors by the Fort Ripley Honor Guard.
The Peterson Chapel of Buffalo is proud to have served the family…