Levi Lattergrass Obituary, Death – On April 28, 1981, Levi Kineu Lattergrass was born in Rolla, Missouri. Robert Jr. and Brenda (Demery) Lattergrass, his parents, were filled with pride. White Shield, Belcourt, Dunseith, and New Town were the places where he grew up. He received his high school diploma from Turtle Mountain High School in 1999. While still in high school, he competed in Golden Gloves boxing and earned a number of medals.

Before going to the University of Phoenix in Arizona to study business management, he completed his studies at the North Dakota State University in Fargo and the Minot State University in Minot. Fargo is home to North Dakota State University, whereas Minot is the location of Minot State University. He worked in the construction industry for several years before founding LKL Contracting in 2016. He took great pride in owning and operating his own company.

One of his favorite projects was helping with the renovations at The Grand hotel, and another was helping to rebuild the grandstand at the North Dakota State Fairgrounds. Levi additionally held a number of contract jobs at the Minot Air Force Base. He had the ability to learn how to do things that he was unable to do, but he was also capable of learning a little bit about everything. In everything he did, he was exceptional.

In high school, Levi met Jenny Foote. In 2003, they first began dating, then on August 21, 2009, they got married and became one. As their permanent homes, they established themselves at Parshall and Minot. He was humble and reserved, but he was anxious to show others how much he cared. Despite the difficulties he was having in his own life, he always put the needs of others first.

Levi had a strong commitment to his wife and kids. He was extremely proud of Hallie Faith-Junel and couldn’t help but smile whenever he thought about her. Who would’ve thought my small overweight baby would grow into a petite model? he asked himself in anticipation of accompanying her on her maiden trip to New York City for a modeling job. He was also excited about the idea of her high school graduation in May 2023. His love and respect for his grandfather and grandmother Demery were unwavering.

Celebration of Life: This will happen on Saturday, December 10, 2022, at 10 a.m. at Glory to Glory Ministries (3331 E Burdick Expressway, Minot, ND) There will afterwards be food and fellowship. On Saturday from 9:00 to 10:00 am, the church will host a visitation and prayer service. The ultimate resting place will be at Foote Family Cemetery in rural Parshall. (The procession will leave Minot for the cemetery at 1 o’clock in the afternoon.)