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Tiny Suckow

February 12, 1971 — March 27, 2024

Fergus Falls

Trampas (Tiny) Suckow

March 27th, 2024

    Tiny was born February 12th, 1971 in St. Paul MN to Larry (Jr.) and Teresa Suckow and passed away March 27th, 2024 peacefully in his home, in Fergus Falls, with his loving wife Kelly by his side.

 Tiny is survived by his beautiful wife of 20 years, Kelly Suckow, his loving mother, Teresa Suckow and his 4 children, Jordan (Kim), Adam, Jonathon and Victoria. His grandchildren, Michael, Blake, Lexi and Hailey. Plus, lots of aunts, uncles and cousins. He is also survived by his sister-in-law, Jamie (Alex) and their children, Kameron, Aria and Rhaenyra (Ray Ray). In Tiny’s eyes, Jamie and Alex weren’t in laws, they were his brother and sister. Tiny is also survived by his best friend of over 20 years, John Stivers (Demo Johnny).

    Tiny was preceded in death by his father, Larry Suckow Jr. and his uncle Jim Bodsberg and all of his grandparents.

    Most of Tiny’s younger years were spent in Oakdale, MN, where he was a graduate of Tartan High School. After high school he went to Century College where he acquired a degree in Auto Mechanics. 

    Over the years Tiny had a few jobs, but the ones he was most proud of was Old Country Buffet, where he got an award for saving a person’s life. Then his PCA work, in which one of his clients was his son, Jonathon (his buddy). They did so much together, but the best was when Tiny and Jonathon would watch football and Tiny would explain everything to him. In return Jonathon taught him about “The Flash.”

    When Tiny was not working and taking care of his family, his next biggest love was cars, especially the oldies but goodies and that’s why Tiny, his dad, mom and his two older sons spent so much time at car shows and derby’s. With the love of his cars, it’s no wonder he became a member of 2 very important car clubs, The Frankensteiners Car Club and Rats for Autism. 

    After all the car shows, derby's, and car clubs came the gentle side of this big-hearted man, the one who enjoyed farm auctions, baby animals and above all being goofy with the other love of his life, his daughter Victoria (his Ruffus). Sharing and bonding their love for animals and each other.

    Tiny was a loving husband, father, son, uncle, grandpa, friend and all-around good man who had a unique ability to know when you needed him, even if you didn’t know it yourself.

    I know he was a lot of things to all of you out there but to me he was not only my husband, but he was my soulmate 4ever and a day. 

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