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September 3, 1970 – June 8, 2021

Johnny (John) Ray Cumpian, age 50, of St. Michael passed away on Tuesday, June 8, 2021 at Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids.

He was born on September 3, 1970 in Golden Valley the son of Dionsio D. & Barbara E. (Klement) Cumpian.

John was employed as an installation manager at Pella Northland.

He enjoyed golfing, fishing, camping and riding his motorcycle.

John was a proud father to his daughter and a social butterfly everywhere he went!

Survived by a daughter: Haylee Nicole Cumpian of St. Michael; fiancée: Jessica Ann Kinney of St. Michael and her children Owen and Maya Kinney; his mother: Barbara E. Cumpian of Ramsey; siblings: Denise, Jesse, Sandra, Todd, Blackey, Robin and Roxanne; other relatives and many friends.

Preceded in death by his father in 2003 and by Jessica’s son Tyson Kinney.

Funeral services for John Cumpian will be held at Westbridge Church in St. Michael on Monday, June 14  at 11am with visitation one hour prior.

A visitation will be held at The Peterson Chapel St. Michael-Albertville Funeral Home on Sunday, June 13 from 4-8 P.M.

Casket Bearers will be Clay Anderson, Cruz Anderson, Blackey Cumpian, Brandon Black, Steve Knase and Scott Black.

Memorials preferred in lieu of flowers.

10 Guestbook Entries

  1. Sandra Couet

    Can’t believe your really gone. The 8 of us…8 kids. Yikes
    I was embarrassed growing up when our family would be out and about with so many kids. People would stare at our family. But as an adult, I was proud of all of us. Proud to call you my brother and let you know each time we talked how much I loved you.

    You’d told me you were afraid of losing me as your sister. I reassured you that would never happen! Well little brother I’ve lost you and it’s left a hole in my heart.

    I love you Johnny
    Rest In Peace ❤️

  2. Joe Ortiz

    My sincere condolences to the family.
    May your faith get you through this difficult time.

  3. Jeffery Vogelsang

    Fly high cousin who was a lover of life and people!!

  4. Denise Cumpian Szepi

    It has been a few days and I think it is starting to set in,I will not see you again. In this life. I remember when you were born I was 10 and dad was so proud of you. Good thing he did not get to name you.I believe it was “Geronimo” You are the youngest brother, but as your older sister I still came to you for advice as we got older. The first of us 8 to go, hopefully this draws us all closer. You will be missed I am sure by anyone who knew you. Love you Johnny.You oldest sister

  5. Evelyn Cumpian

    Condolences to all the family. Johnny will be your angel for life.
    He us resting.

  6. Brian vogelsang.

    May the lord open his gates to you John you are gonna be with your dad now love ya cousin and God bless you sir.

  7. Cathy Keegan

    My condolences to his family.

  8. Cynthia Lang

    I can’t find the right words all the time; but just know that my memories of you will never fade. Our activities as young children are the strongest. We had so much fun.

    And there was always watermelon!!

    Give hugs to Uncle for me!

    Your cousin always,

  9. Emma Mostrom

    I’ll love you forever! Say hi to my brother for me.

    May God receive you with open arms!

    Aunt Emma

  10. Sandy Vigdahl

    To Johnny’s family, it is a sad day when one of our loved one dies, it was not to be like this. The living God of the Bible whose name is Jehovah had a beautiful home for man kind to live on from the start and his purposes have not changed ( 2Peter 1:19-21) that is way Jesus come to earth as one man sin and Jesus payed the ransom so mankind can live. If they choose. (Roman 3:23 ,5:12 ) So as Johnny rest as his Dad and other have the hope of the resurrection here on the earth and all wickedness will be gone (Psalms 37:10)
    And the meek will possess the earth (Psalms 37:11).
    Sending our love to you
    Jerome and Sandy Vigdahl


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