RYAN SCOTT PETERSONRyan Scott Peterson, 37, died unexpectedly due to complications of diabetes with his beloved dog Zoey by his side on Feb.
RYAN SCOTT PETERSON
Ryan Scott Peterson, 37, died unexpectedly due to complications of diabetes with his beloved dog Zoey by his side on Feb. 15, 2012.
Ryan was a 1992 graduate of Denfeld High School and a graduate of UMD in 1997 with a degree in Sociology and Criminology.
He was currently employed at Wells Fargo Bank and lived in Vadnais Heights, Minn. He was a former Duluth (Catskill Street) and Cloquet resident. Ryan had various jobs throughout his career and did well in all of them. Ryan had a wonderful smile and a great sense of humor. All who knew him loved him and wanted to spend time with him. Ryan loved and played hockey, starting at age five from Piedmont Heights Hockey all the way through his senior year playing varsity at Denfeld. He loved the Minnesota Vikings and was a die-hard UMD hockey and Detroit Red Wings fan. He was also an avid golfer and loved boating.
Ryan was preceded in death by his father, Kenneth C. Peterson (1985); his maternal grandmother, Sigrid V. Nelson (1995); his paternal grandmother, Mabel L. Peterson (2002); uncle Robert Peterson (1978); and uncle Gerald C. Nelson (2001).
He is survived by his mother, Jean Peterson Halter; stepfather, William "Bill" Halter; brother, Michael (Nikki); aunt Susan R. Nelson; niece Annissa Peterson; cousins Kurt Nelson (Bayla and Griffey), Sherri Nelson (Tiffany, Trent and Tianna), and his beloved dog Zoey.
VISITATION: 1 p.m. until the 2 p.m. Memorial Service Monday, in Zion Lutheran Church, 1000 Washington Street, Cloquet. Inurnment at Oneota Cemetery. Memorials preferred. Arrangements by Williams-Lobermeier-Boettcher Funeral Home.
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