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Kurt Bradley Winans

04/12/1964 - 08/23/2021

Kurt Bradley Winans, 57, of Mountain Iron, passed away unexpectedly on August 23rd, 2021 at his home.

Kurt was born in Virginia, MN on April 12th, 1964 to Archie and Gladys Winans. Kurt was a graduate of Mountain Iron High School. Kurt then went on to obtain his Auto Body degree in Brainerd.

Kurt enjoyed being outdoors, wheeling, snowmobiling, game nights, and time with his family. Kurt was the owner of East Range Auto Body and loved to see the work he had done going down the roads.

Kurt is survived by his children: Deven Winans of Mountain Iron, Kendra (Dakota) Swanson of Embarrass, Eddy Orcutt of Britt, and Jozey (Krystle) Orcutt of Eveleth; and his grandchildren: Bradley Winans of Cook, and soon arriving Rylee Swanson of Embarrass. Kurt was also survived by his siblings: Scott (Debi) Winans of Embarrass, Ted Winans of Moose Lake, Connie (Kent) Olson of Angora, Luke (Amy) Winans of Mountain Iron, and Angie (Ron) Williams of Virginia; numerous nieces and nephews; and special friends Dianna and Jo.

Kurt was preceded in death by his parents, Archie and Gladys Winans.

A funeral service will be held Thursday, September 2nd, 2021 at Range Funeral Home in Virginia at 12:00 pm with visitation one-hour prior. Kurt was a great friend to many and those who knew him are welcomed to join. Arrangements are with Range Funeral Home in Virginia.

7 thoughts on “Kurt Bradley Winans”

  1. Kristen Peterson says:

    I wish I could come up with something that would cover everything we are all feeling and ease you children’s pain … You left us all with great memories and , a smile , but your leaving is so hard… I hear your voice and I know you wouldn’t want us sad … Memories of our prodjects , our scrapping , how you always showed up when I needed u always you were there .. I cry and while I am crying a memory breaks in and makes me laugh because of some stupid thing we did … Every person who encountered u was lucky and I am so thankful for our friendship through out all those years … I love you my friend . I know your watching over all of this and as I promised I will be there for your children any time they need ..

  2. Jackie Unrein says:

    So very sorry for the family’s loss. He was a classmate and always a nice guy. Prayers to all of you.

  3. Tim Nybo says:

    So many good times, he died with his boots on.

  4. L.sanders says:

    So sorry for your families loss.kurt was a great person and helped my son out alot.He always had a smile on his face.he was a great friend and my son called him Uncle Kurt.

  5. Karla R Summers says:

    Kurt was a good man with a beautiful heart. He was always there when someone needed help, he was one of them angels on earth that truly cared about people. I will miss his smile and bullshitting with him, he always made me laugh. I will never forget you my friend. Fly high and RIP Kurt
    My heart goes out to his family and friends. Big hugs to you all.

  6. Terry Kamunen says:

    sorry for your loss! its hard to except the loss of a loved one! so many thoughts go thru ones head to understand why and if one had at least 10 more min. with them to tell them something that you wernt able to! its a struggle and frustrating! so my thoughts and prayer are with you family members in such a difficult time !!! and to whoever is reading this please tell your friends and loved ones how you feel or whatever it is , before you cant tell them anymore!!!!

  7. Denise M Strope says:

    My deepest heartfelt sympathies to the family on their loss. He will be missed by many. May he rest in peace.

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Thursday 09/02/2021 at 12:00 PM
Range Funeral Homes, 16th Street North, Virginia, MN, USA

Visitation begins at 11:00 AM