Sirivan Dy, 81, of Rochester Minnesota, passed away suddenly but peacefully on Tuesday February 8th 2022 at 2:28 pm at Mayo Clinic Hospital, St Mary's Campus. Sirivan was born June 11th, 1940 in Battambang, Cambodia to Keo Dy and Nam Buth. After graduating from high school, he was a landowner and business owner/operator of a small rice mill in town. On April 3rd & 4th, 1970 in Battambang, Cambodia Sirivan married Sokhin Kour. In 1975 Sirivan and his family moved around to keep his family safe during the time of the Khmer Rouge. In 1979 Sirivan and his family found sanctuary in a refugee camp in Thailand until immigrating to the United States in September 1981. He graduated from a vocational school in 1983 and became a welder, working at Briese Iron Works until he retired in 2009. While he enjoyed music, playing the violin, plants, and gardening, he found the most joy from his family, friends, and community. He was always very thoughtful, kind, and welcoming. Sirivan had a wonderful sense of humor, a positive attitude, and the most forgiving heart. He practiced Buddhism in all aspects of his life and was an active member of the temple Watt Dhamma Visudhikaram. His biggest accomplishment is that he built a loving family and found happiness. Sirivan is survived by his wife Sokhin Kour; Children Setha &(Saysana) Pommalath, Somano & (Florence) Dy, Sothea & (James) Keller, Somany & (Alisha) Dy; Sister Samnieng Dy; Grandchildren Victoria & Dylan Pommalath, Logan & Landon Dy, Renny & Odin Keller, Adam Prusi & Manny Dy. Sirivan was preceded in death by his brother Mony Dy, his parents Keo Dy & Nam Buth, his sister Nannary Dy, his brother Sovannak Dy, and sister Somana Dy. On Saturday February 19th at Ranfranz and Vine Funeral Homes, 5421 Royal Place NW, Rochester, Minnesota a visitation will be held at 1:00 pm until the time of service. The funeral service will be held at 2:00 pm. The service will be live streamed at Ranfranz and Vine Funeral Homes Facebook Page. On Sunday, February 20th at 10:00 am at Watt Dhamma Vidudhikaram, 4462 29th Street SE Rochester, Minnesota a temple ceremony will be held.