Tom Ringhand Obituary, Death – Tom Ringhand, who had lived in Deerwood all of his life and had reached the age of 80 when he died away on March 1, 2021, did so within the comfort of his own home. He was born in Crosby on the 22nd of August in the year 1940. The year was 1940. Albert Ringhand and Alice (Magee) Ringhand were his parents’ names. He was named after his father. Tuck wed Karen Braff on the eleventh of January in the year 1964 in the town of Crosby.
There, the ceremony was actually carried out. He worked as a barber for a total of 51 years, with two of those years spent in Minneapolis, eight of them years in Ely, and the remaining 47 years in Crosby. In total, he had 57 years of experience working as a barber. Tuck is survived by his wife Karen, his son Thomas Ringhand Jr. and his wife Tammy, his daughter Julie Ringhand Johnson and her husband Brian, and a total of twelve grandkids. Tuck is also survived by his daughter Julie Ringhand Johnson and her husband Brian. Chisago City is currently home to each and every member of Tuck’s extended family who is still alive.
Before Tuck was born, both of his parents and his grandson, Thomas Ringhand III, as well as two of his brothers, Byron and Ron Ringhand, and four of his sisters, Patty Westman, Ann Ravnik, Alberta Eichmann, and Naomi Libby, had passed away. Tuck’s birth also came after the deaths of two of his brothers, Byron and Ron Ringhand, and four of his sisters. Tuck was an infant when both of his parents and his grandchild had already passed away.
On the Tuesday, March 9, 2021, at 11:00 am, the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Crosby will be hosting a Memorial Mass in honor of the deceased. There has not yet been a decision made regarding the time or date of the memorial service. On Tuesday, there will be a visitation that will start an hour before the actual service begins. The church is where all of this will take place. The location of the deceased person’s last resting place will be decided, although it is quite likely that it will be at the Scandia Cemetery in Deerwood.