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Nathan Dammann, 41, of Hamburg

Nathan Dammann, age 41, of Hamburg passed away Monday March 6, 2017 at his residence.
A memorial service was held Saturday, March 11  at Emanuel Lutheran Church  in Hamburg with Rev. Donald Andrix as officiant.
Urn bearers were Bill Wark, Brian Oelfke, Matt Rechtzigel, Dan Goetze, Jason Schroeder and Jeremy Stoeckmann. Interment was in the church cemetery.
Nathan Donald Dammann was born January 6, 1976 in Minneapolis. He was baptized February 22, 1976 at Emanuel Lutheran Church by Rev. Meyer and he confirmed his faith April 22, 1990 at the Emanuel Lutheran Church with Rev. Andrix officiating. Nathan was a member of the Central High School graduating class of 1994. He went on to study at Canby Technical College in Canby and graduated in 1996.
Mr. Dammann was united in marriage with Nikole Beneke August 1, 1998. This union was blessed with daughters Chauntaya and Felesha.
Mr. Dammann had worked at Wm. Mueller & Sons in Hamburg and Hutchinson Auto prior to beginning his career at S.M. Hentges & Sons Construction in Jordan. He also farmed alongside his father on the Dammann family farm.
Mr. Dammann loved to work in his shop and welcomed the challenge of making something work again. He had a passion with his father for “Black Smoke” and tractor pulling. Nathan loved to rub others “If it ain’t red, leave it in the shed!”
Mr. Dammann  was a very traditional man who cherished time with his family and friends. He was always there when someone needed help. Nathan will be remembered for his easy going, respectful, kind and caring personality. Nothing could beat the time with his daughters.
Mr. Dammann  is preceded in death by his grandparents Sylvia and Roy Biermann, Edward and Elsie Dammann; uncles Roger Dammann and Bill Backen.
Mr. Dammann  is survived by his loving family: daughters Chauntaya Dammann and Felesha Dammann; parents Donald and Darlene Dammann of Hamburg; sister and brother-in-law Jill (Vance) Huwe of Carver; niece Sydney Huwe; fiancée Kaiipo Nikor of Hamburg; aunts and uncles Mavis Backen of Texas, Sandra and Dick Saliny of Crystal, Carol Dammann of Bloomington, Allan and Karen Dammann of Perham; his dog Magnum; many cousins, other relatives and dear friends.
 In lieu of flowers memorials are preferred.
Arrangements were with the Johnson Funeral Home in Waconia.
www.johnsonfh.com