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Mark “Woodsy” Brazier, 46

 Mark “Woodsy” Brazier, 46, of Greenbush, MN, died unexpectedly on Sunday, April 1, 2012 at his home at rural Greenbush.
      Mark Wayne “Woodsy” Brazier, the son of Allen & Bonnie (Wahl) Brazier, was born August 6, 1965 at Roseau, MN.  He was baptized and confirmed in Oiland Lutheran Church.  He attended school at Greenbush and graduated from Greenbush High School in 1983 and attended Northland Community College.  For several years he worked in construction and drove truck in the Twin Cities area.  He also worked for Jon’s Auto Salvage in Greenbush for many years. The majority of Mark’s time was spent at Efta Farms at Greenbush where he worked as a farmhand/mechanic.  He also worked at many other jobs at various times in his life.  He married Shawn Cassavant on September  28,  1996.   Woodsy’s  pastimes and hobbies included hunting, fishing, snowmobiling & 4-wheeling.  He also enjoyed spending time with his family & friends and especially with his children & grandson.
      He is survived by 4 children—Brock Dexter of Greenbush, Mikayla Brazier of Mankato, MN,  Lindsey Wojciechowski of Lake Bronson, MN & Brandon Brazier of Greenbush.  1 grandson—Zander Wojciechowski.
     His father—Allen (Cheryl) Brazier of Greenbush.  His mother—Bonnie Wahl (Dale Stenquist) of Congress, AZ.         
     Brothers—Keith Brazier of Badger, MN, Robert Brazier of Zimmerman, MN & Stacy (Traci) Brazier of Milford, Michigan and 1 sister—Becky (Scott) Solberg of Congress, AZ.
      Several nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
      He was preceded in death by his grandparents and his nephew/godson—Randy Brazier.
      A Memorial Service was held on Saturday, April 7 in Oiland Free Lutheran Church of rural Greenbush, with Pastor Jim Christenson, officiating.  Special music was provided by Vickie Harris, Nikki Wojchowski, Layton & Delphin Wahl.  Tammy Wahl was the pianist. Woodsy’s Family and all of his friends were considered honorary pallbearers.  Arrangements were with Gieseke Funeral Chapel of Greenbush.

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