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May 4, 1937 – Sunday, November 29, 2015

Service Information
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Buffalo, MN
Friday, December 4, 2015
11:00 AM

Visitation Information
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Buffalo, MN
Friday, December 4, 2015
10 – 11 AM

Gordon “Gordy” L. Fehn, age 78 of Buffalo, MN passed away at his home on November 29, 2015. Memorial Mass of Christian Burial on Friday, December 4, 2015 at 11 AM at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Buffalo, MN. Visitation one hour prior to Mass at the church on Friday. Interment St. Francis Cemetery, Buffalo, MN.
Gordy was born on May 4, 1937 in Minneapolis, MN to Willard and Marian (Beaudry) Fehn. He married Camille “Cindy” Digre on May 23, 1970 at St. Walburga Catholic Church, Fletcher, MN. Gordy attended NDSSS in Wahpeton, ND for small engine repair. He owned and operated the Arctic Cat dealership in Rogers, MN. He attended Anoka Tech to further his education in mechanics. Gordy was an avid fisherman.
Preceded in death by his parents, Willard and Marian Fehn, son, Jason Fehn, brothers, Norman, Jerome and Gerard Fehn, brother-in-law, Charles Weber.
Survived by his wife of 45 years, Cindy Fehn of Buffalo, MN; son, Greg Fehn and friend, Dawn Burling of Maple Lake, MN; daughter, Shelly Fehn of Maple Grove, MN; brothers, Kenneth (Barbara) Fehn of St. Michael, MN, Dennis (Bertha) Fehn of Albertville, MN, Richard (Judy) Fehn of Rogers, MN, Robert (Cheryl) Fehn of Elk River, MN; sisters, Dolores (Richard) Robeck of St. Michael, MN, Judy (Elmer) Walz of Albertville, MN; Carol Ann DeMars and friend, Gary Miranda of Rogers, MN, Ceace (Russ) Haagensen of New Brighton, MN.

2 Guestbook Entries

  1. Diane Cardinal

    So sorry to hear that Gordy passed away. He was an amazing man who lived life to the fullest. Sympathy to his family. Orlan and Diane Cardinal

  2. Josh Hartman

    So sorry to hear. I haven’t seen him in years but I use to come help him in the shop when he lived outside of town. I will always remember him and the memories of him teaching me how to work on small engines. He was a great man.


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