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Brendon Patrick Molloy
February 13, 2002 - January 18, 2023

Place of Birth: Moose Lake, Minnesota
Residence: Wildrose, North Dakota
Age: 20

Brendon Patrick Molloy, 20 years of age of Wildrose, North Dakota passed away as a result of injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident.

Brendon was born February 13th, 2002 in Moose Lake, MN. Brendon attended Finlayson Elementary in his early years. He moved to North Dakota with his family in 2013, where he attended Divide County School Elementary School and graduated from Divide County High School in 2020.

Brendon is survived by his parents, Donald and Christine Molloy; his brothers, Dillion (Becca) Sagen and Colton Molloy; grandparents, Todd Molloy of Finlayson, MN, Susan (Tom) Molloy of Finlayson, MN and Daryl and Debbie Onasch of Mora, MN. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends (too many to mention).

He preceded in death by his great uncle, Mark (Kathy) Schuette and cousin, Connor Waage.

Brendon was loved by many and touched everyone he met. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He enjoyed hunting in Montana and North Dakota. Brendon was very passionate about his hunting. During his High School years, he was very dedicated to football, and thrived at it. He made All State and was one of the few chosen to play in the Shrine Bowl in North Dakota.

Brendon loved farming. When he moved to North Dakota in 2013, he rode his bicycle about a mile and a half to the neighboring farm and asked if they needed help. Jim and Jennifer Krise hired him on the spot, despite his small size. To their surprise, Brendon was the biggest blessing they could have asked for. Brendon continued to be a part of the farm even after graduation and having a full-time job. It wasn’t just the cows and farm that he loved.

After graduation, Brendon worked for Farden Construction operating a scraper and rebuilding County Road 17 in Divide County, then he would go and run a combine till late hours for Brad and Ty Sparks after his 12 hour shift for Farden. He then went full time for Sparks, harvesting, seeding and hauling grain with the (sweet) Peterbilts. He then went to work for 3 Forks Services with his dad and brother running the “BIG” toys. He loved it!! He planned on taking a month off in the spring to help Sparks get the crop in the ground. He loved farming and the Sparks family!

Brendon was one of a kind and touched so many and will be deeply missed.

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Sheila (Jordan, Mn)
Jan 19, 2023
Fly High With
The Angels Before
Todd Backman (Bismarck, ND)
Jan 20, 2023
It was good to know ya kid, we had more hunting to do. Now its up to you to do the scouting in the new hunting grounds. Ill see you again Brendon
Shari DeJardine (Crosby, ND)
Jan 20, 2023
Brendon was such a light to so many people’s worlds. I loved him like one of my own. Truly a great soul who will never be forgotten!
Patty Bina (Prattville, Alabama)
Jan 21, 2023
Will miss you, what a great heart.
Farrel (Crosby)
Jan 21, 2023
I was very sorry to hear about Brendon. He was a very nice young man that I was glad to have had the pleasure to know. I really enjoyed flying with him and witnessing his enjoyment and enthusiasm for the experience. I’ll always remember him as a good young man. RIP Brendon
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