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Travis McCleary,

Travis McCleary Travis McCleary, 19, of Wheatland, ND, died Sunday, September 28, 2003, near Marion, ND. Travis Edward McCleary was born April 27, 1984, at Fullerton, California, the son of David and Rebecca (Schatz) McCleary. He lived in Anaheim...

Travis McCleary

Travis McCleary, 19, of Wheatland, ND, died Sunday, September 28, 2003, near Marion, ND.

Travis Edward McCleary was born April 27, 1984, at Fullerton, California, the son of David and Rebecca (Schatz) McCleary. He lived in Anaheim, CA, until 1992, before moving to Chaska, MN., with his family. The family moved to Wheatland, ND, in 1997.

Travis attended Casselton Central Cass High School, graduating in 2002. He was a sophomore at Minnesota State University -- Moorhead. Travis played football in high school and enjoyed golfing, bass fishing and hunting.

Travis is survived by his parents, David and Becky McCleary, Wheatland, ND; two brothers, Josh and Levi, Wheatland, ND; grandparents, Fergus and Jeanette McCleary, Dickey, ND; James and Jane Rothenberger, Grand Forks, ND; many aunts, uncles and cousins.

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He was preceded by his grandfather, Edward Schatz.

Funeral Services: Thursday, October 2, 2003, at 10:30 A.M., at Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church, Fargo, ND.

Visitation: Wednesday, October 1, 2003, from 5 -- 7:30 P.M., at Hanson-Runsvold Funeral Home, Fargo, ND.

Prayer Service: Wednesday, October 1, 2003, at 7:30 P.M. at Hanson-Runsvold.

Graveside Service: Thursday, October 2, 2003, at 3:00 P.M., at Dickey Cemetery, Dickey, North Dakota

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