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“So sorry to hear about the passing of Richard. I got to know him when I worked at the dental office and he came in as a patient. A very sweet and...Read More »
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“My sympathies at losing your brother, Richard. He was a very nice person. I will always remember driving by his farm on my way home and how beautiful...Read More »
2 of 3 | Posted by: Kathy Johnson Purdie - Frost, MN

“It was always fun to visit with Richard at the many gatherings at Earl and Ruth's home. He will be missed when all are able to be together again ...Read More »
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Richard (Inky) Maynard Ingebritson, age 89, of Frost, died at his home Saturday, May 9, 2020. The memorial service will be private with his family in Bethany Lutheran Cemetery in rural Frost, MN, with Pastor Arne Halbakken. Please see www.brussheitner.com to leave online condolences. Bruss-Heitner Funeral Home in Wells is in charge of arrangements.

Richard was born July 12, 1930, the son of Martin and Clara (Erickson) Ingebritson in Thompson, IA. Richard lived on the family farm and farmed his entire life. He attended country school until eighth grade and graduated from Frost High School. Richard enjoyed watching sports on TV, hunting, and fishing, especially fishing at the cabin with his friends. He was a perfectionist with everything he did. Richard was a kind, gentle soul who loved his sisters and their families.

He is survived by two sisters: Ruth Fredrickson of Kenyon, MN, and Louise (Bob) Williamson of Pearland, TX; nephews: Dean Fredrickson of San Jose, CA and Dale (Wendy) Fredrickson of White Bear Lake, MN; niece: Lynn (Brad) Haugen of Kenyon, MN; 2 great-nephews: Daniel (Kayla) Larkin of Kenyon, MN and Brandon Larkin of Kenyon, MN.

He was preceded in death by his parents; brother-in-law: Earl Fredrickson; 2 infant siblings; infant nephew: Brian Fredrickson.