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Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Allen Norris Iverson, Jr.
July 1, 1954 - June 8, 2021

Place of Birth: Belcourt, North Dakota
Residence: Williston, North Dakota
Age: 66



Allen Norris Iverson, Jr. also known as “Junior” or “Big Al” was born July 1, 1954 to Allen and Rita (Belgarde) Iverson in Belcourt, ND. He passed away at his home in Williston from natural causes on June 8, 2021. His family moved to Williston, ND, where he attended Williston Public Schools.

He was married to Connie Lynch from 1975 to 1983. They had two children together, Taya in 1972 and Mike in 1976.

Allen worked for various companies, his first was helping tear down the old Lewis and Clark Bridge and helped build the new one in the 1970’s. He went to work in the oilfield from 1972 until 2012, working for Circle T Drilling, Minters Oilfield, Noble Drilling, Kenting Drilling, Caza Drilling, and Ensign Drilling, where he made many life-long friends.

He enjoyed hunting and fishing. He passed his love and knowledge onto his son. He enjoyed working on cars, which also included entering a derby or two with family and friends. Another favorite past time was playing pool and visiting with friends where there was always a good story to be told.

Allen always had a faithful companion at his side, all of his many labs were loved as part of the family.

He is survived by his daughter, Taya (Travis) Brunelle and their children, Cody Nehring, Colton Nehring, Kelea Brunelle, Kallyn Brunelle and Lacey (Joe) Dlugos, and their son, Grayson Dlugos; son, Mike (Lonnie) Iverson and their daughters, Calley and Rylea; one sister, Leann Iverson; mother-in-law, Dorothy Lynch and numerous nephews and nieces, family and friends.

Allen was preceded in death by his parents; grandparents; father-in-law, Floyd Lynch and brother-in-law, Ronald Lynch.

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Candace Huravitch (williston, ND)
Jun 9, 2021
Jr will be missed dearly he always had a big smile and lots of laughs to all he would meet. Sending prayers and love to all of the family.
Jon F.
Jun 9, 2021
RiP, Ol Friend .
June Lara White (Shoreview , Minnesota )
Jun 10, 2021
I’m so saddened to hear this. I’ve known him since I was a child. My heart is so heavy. Fly high Jr. Hug all the relatives. R.I.P.
Troy and Charity Johnson
Jun 10, 2021
Al’s family we are so sorry for your loss. He was such a great man and friend. RIP Yogi, we will miss you always. Love you
Greg Jundt
Jun 11, 2021
Lonnie, So very sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. I worked with your Dad & you in the Oilfield, boy what a bunch of great stories told. Allen was a great guy & will be missed by many. Now he will be with all the great walleye fisherman in the big sky above. RIP Big Al.
My thoughts & many prayers for the Iverson family during this difficult time. Greg
Mort B
Jun 11, 2021
Big Al was a former neighbor of mine, enjoyed having a beer and sharing a story or two with him.
RIP, my friend, he'll be missed.
Rosie marquez
Jun 11, 2021
So sorry for your loss I never realize that Allen was your dad and father in law he was always so kind and would always say hello when he saw me always had the smile RIP Allen
Greg Jundt
Jun 12, 2021
Mike, So very sorry for the loss of your Dad. Thinking of you during this difficult time. Prayers for the Iverson Family. Greg
Kevin Anderson (Tulsa, OK)
Jun 13, 2021
To The Family Of Allen Iverson,
I have known Allen for 60 years.
I lived a block away from Allen growing up. He lived on 5th Avenue, across the alley from Gary Satterfield, and I lived at the corner of 4th Street and 4th Avenue. My cousin Linda Anderson lived a half block west of my house, and practically backed up to the alley behind Allen’s.
We first met in grade school at Webster Elementary, which is no longer there. But the memories are. Webster had a gravel yard we played softball and kickball together. After school we played baseball at the park 1 ½ blocks to the east along 2nd Street.

I was a skinny little kid, but Allen had plenty of muscle and speed, and I remember him “parking” the balls he hit over the trees at the field we played in. And then he would laugh that big laugh he had.

I attached our class picture from 4th Grade. Allen is front and center, and I am the skinny kid with glasses to his left. Wish I was still skinny. Wish I still had that hair. All I kept was the glasses.

Though I haven’t seen Allen in many years, I will always remember his friendship and character, and that big smile and laugh that he had. I hope he passed that on to you all.

They don’t come any finer…

Kevin Anderson
Les Urbatsch (Fargo, ND)
Jun 23, 2021
Sorry to hear about Al, worked with him a couple different times and always appreciated his sense of humor.
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