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Aug. 2, 2018
 
Lt. Col. Alan W. Rustan
Wing Headquarters Squadron
Minnesota Wing

Alan, 80, of Byron passed away Sunday, July 15, 2018, at Mayo Clinic Hospital, St. Marys Campus, surrounded by his loving family. Alan was born on March 1, 1938 in Blair Nebraska to A.W. (Walt) Christensen and Dorothy (Larson) Rustan.  He graduated from high school in Webb, IA.  Shortly after high school he began working at IBM.  He worked at IBM for nearly 35 years before retiring.  On March 22, 1964, he married Grace Forney in Dodge Center.  The couple made their home in Byron where they raised their family.  He was a member of the National Guard and later the Civil Air Patrol.
Alan is survived by his wife Grace, of 54 years; two daughters, Kim (Brian) Bender of Victoria, MN and Cheri Ferguson of Byron; five grandchildren, Logan (Toni) Bender, Jordan Bender, Chelsey, Ryan and Reece Ferguson; and his special pal, great-grandson, Gavin; three sisters, Trudy (Harlan) Sonksen, Cheri Beery and Cathy (Roger) DeCook.  He was preceded in death by his parents, step-father Harry and his younger brother, Rodney. Alan enjoyed flying as a private pilot, singing in choirs, sailing and collecting boots (at least 250 pairs!) He was a charter member of Christ Lutheran Church in Byron.
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