Renata Lynn Lucier

March 16, 1967-June 8, 2019

Renata Lynn Lucier, 52,

Rural Minot, died Satur-

day, June 8, 2019 at her

home surrounded by fam-


Renata was born March

16, 1967 at Minot, North

Dakota, the daughter of

Ronald and Joan (Ander-

son) Lucier. She was

raised and educated in

Minot and graduated from

Minot High School in

1985. During her younger

years, she was employed

as a CNA at Trinity

Homes and furthered her

education attending New

Town College, receiving

her Licensed Practical

Nursing degree.

Throughout the years

she was employed at Trin-

ity Hospital, ManorCare

and most recently at Trin-

ity Homes as the charge

nurse in the Alzheimer’s

unit, where she enjoyed

caring for “her” people.

She recently retired due

to her fight against cancer.

Renata was a member of

Our Lady of Grace Cathol-

ic Church in Minot. She

enjoyed outdoor activities

including: car races, bon

fires, demolition derbies,

State Fair concerts and

hosting summer pool par-


Renata is survived by:

her high school sweet-

heart and longtime com-

panion of 36 years, Troy

Kuglin, Minot; children,

Jamie Lucier and Jerzie

Kuglin, both Minot; fa-

ther, Ron Lucier and his

wife, Pat of Minot; mother

in law, Deb (Jerry) Maho-

ney, Minot; brother, Rick

(Missy) Lucier, Burling-

ton, ND and his children,

Kali and Karsyn Lucier;

sisters- in law, Leticia

Kuglin and daughter Chel-

si Norenberg both of

Grand Forks, ND and Sta-

cy Kuglin, Minot and her

children, Krysta and Kody

Mock, Grand Forks, ND;

numerous great-nieces

and nephews, aunts, un-

cles and cousins.

Renata was preceded in

death by: her mother,

Joan; grandmother Marion

Anderson; father-in-law,

LeRoy; niece, Kayla Jo and

uncle, Daren.

Mass of Christian Buri-

al: Friday, June 14, 2019

at 10:30 a.m. in Our Lady

of Grace Catholic Church,


Interment: Rosehill

Memorial Park, Minot.

Vigil Prayer service:

Thursday at 6:00 p.m. in

the funeral home.

Visitation: Thursday,

June 13th from 2:00-5:00

p.m. in Thomas Family

Funeral Home, Minot.

In lieu of flowers or

plants the family prefers

memorials to the Minot

Chapter of Alzheimer’s


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