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Henry Clifford Iverson passed on to his heavenly home on April 9, 2018 at exactly 95 ½ years old. He was born October 9, 1922 to Thorval and Selma Iverson of Hazel, MN. After graduating from Lincoln High School in Thief River Falls, MN he began farming and started a small trucking business. Cliff was drafted in the US Army in 1945 and served in the 208th Military Police company in Hawaii and other Pacific locations.
After being honorably discharged he returned to the trucking business for several years before moving to Montana and starting Iverson Construction. In 1960 he married Mary Beth Bensend and they raised their family in Sunburst.
Cliff built a church, many homes, and farm buildings before retiring in his mid 80’s. Whenever anyone mentioned that he worked too hard and might want to consider a hobby, Cliff replied that he had been fortunate enough to spend his life working on his hobbies.
Cliff also enjoyed reading western novels, playing board and card games, and visiting with friends of all ages, many of whom he mentored. Cliff was a member of the Lutheran Church of Sunburst.
Survivors include his wife, Mary; son, Gordon (Cindy) of Kingsport, TN; daughter, Carol (Walter) of Renton, WA; grandsons, Ben and Mark; sister, Pearl; and many nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his parents; brother, Seymour; and sisters, Earleen, Joyce, and Sylvia.
A memorial service will be held June 11 at 11:00AM at the Lutheran Church of Sunburst.
A memorial has been set up for Cliff and Mary Iverson at Stockman Bank.