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Scott Bordson

October 10, 1963 — June 3, 2010

Scott Bordson, 46, formerly of Hoffman, died Thursday, June 3, at the Maybelle House in Fergus Falls.

Visitation: 10am - noon Saturday, June 5 Erickson-Smith Funeral Home, Hoffman. Private family burial in Covenant Cemetery, Barrett MN.

Scott was born October 10,1963, in Elbow Lake MN, to Dwaine and Lynda (Fagre) Bordson. He lived with his parents in Minneapolis until 1968 when they moved to Elbow Lake. He atended schol in various places. At the age of 10, Scott moved with his mother, sister, and new father, Wallace, to the farm near Herman. While on the farm, Scott enjoyed rock picking, shoveling grain, and teasing the animals. He graduated in 1985, learning to read and write at Herman High School. He was very active with the Special Olympics and swimming where he won many medals.

After graduation, he lived in the group home in Hoffman and worked at the D.A.C.. Despite developing cancer in 1997, Scott continued to work at the recycling center of the D.A.C. in Hoffman.

In 2008, Scott moved into the Maybelle House in Fergus Falls where he enjoyed the staff and other residents and was treated as a member of the family. Having a job and working were the two most important things to Scott. During his time away from work, he enjoyed camping with his parents and his aunt and uncle, Cill and Dale. He especially enjoyed time spent with his nieces and nephews, Breanna, Cassandra, and Kenton in Royalton Mn, and Carson and Dalyn in West Fargo ND.

Scott is survived by his parents Lynda and Wallace Andersen of Hoffman; sisters Cindy (Jeff) Tieman of Royalton, and Misty (Loren) Michelsen of West Fargo ND; a half-sister, Denise West of Zimmeman, MN; five nieces and nephews, several aunts, uncles and cousins; his special great-aunt, Mabel Pederson, and his grandmother, Luella Kosek of Barrett. He was preceded in death by his father, Dwaine, and his grandparents.

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