POLK COUNTY GENEALOGY: Obituaries

 

Polk County Obituaries
Part 057

 

 

Eugene "Gene" Driscoll

1934-2015

December 1, 1934 - July 5, 2015

Born: December 1, 1934
Place of Birth: Grand Forks, North Dakota

Death: July 5, 2015
Place of Death: Grand Forks, North Dakota

Eugene "Gene" Driscoll, age 80, of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, passed away on Sunday, July 5, 2015 at Valley Eldercare in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Gene was born on December 1, 1934, in Grand Forks to Ansel and Bernice (Gjovik) Driscoll. He grew up in East Grand Forks and graduated from the Northwest School of Agriculture in Crookston, Minnesota. He then attended the Hanson Mechanical School in Fargo, North Dakota. He married Elizabeth "Bette" Corbid in East Grand Forks on November 5, 1955, and together they had seven children. He owned and operated the 220 Motor Clinic and then worked for Vern Hagen Farms. He later worked for International Harvester, Red River Cement, the Grand Forks City bus, and was a bus inspector for Transit Resource Company. He married Sharon Dahlin in East Grand Forks on December 23, 1995.

Gene enjoyed spending time with his family and was a 30-year member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles in East Grand Forks. Gene's mechanical skills were so well honed that he could usually diagnose problems with the family cars just by listening to strange sounds over the phone. One of his favorite sayings was "It can't be too hard; all those other guys are doing it," and with that attitude, he built several houses from scratch (and used a whole lot of nails).

Gene is survived by his wife, Sharon of East Grand Forks; children, Timothy Gene Driscoll of Grand Forks, North Dakota; Chuck (Gayle) Driscoll of West Fargo; Nadine (Mike) Paplow of Park Rapids, Minnesota; Polly (Jon) Tack of Antioch, Illinois; Erin (Greg) Anderson of Stillwater, Minnesota; Beth (Pat) Osowski of Oshkosh, Wisconsin; Katy (Kris) Stokke of Spirit Lake, Iowa; step children, Karen (Jim) Gowan of Mesa, Arizona; and Laurie (Gale) Pawlowski of Mahnomen, Minnesota; 18 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; sister, Marge Nienaber of Canton, Georgia; brothers, Richard (Mary) Driscoll of East Grand Forks; Dale (Esther) Driscoll of St. Clair, Minnesota; Larry Driscoll of Sun City, Arizona; and Scott Driscoll of Crookston; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Leon and Dennis Driscoll, and grandson Joshua Gowan.

Memorial Service: 10:30 am; Saturday, July 11, 2015, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 200 3rd St NW, East Grand Forks, Minnesota, with additional visitation time one hour before services.

Interment: Resurrection Cemetery, East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

Source: www.dandahlfuneralhome.com/

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Alan Richard "AK" Kosmatka

1953-2015

August 6, 1953 - June 3, 2015

Alan "AK" Kosmatka age 61 of Minto, North Dakota, was called home to the Lord to join his father-in-law, Almore Lind who went to be with the Lord the same day as Alan 5 years ago on Wednesday, June 3, 2015 at Altru Hospital in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Alan was born on August 6, 1953 in Grand Forks, North Dakota, the son of Julian and Phoebe (Ebertowski) Kosmatka. Alan grew up in rural Grafton and was baptized and confirmed at St. Stanislaus Catholic Church in Warsaw, North Dakota. He graduated from Grafton High School in 1972. Alan farmed and was also a Crane Operator for Peterson Construction of Grand Forks. He worked for American Crystal Sugar Company in Drayton, North Dakota, in the Storeroom Office. On June 24, 1978 he was united in marriage to Julie Lind at Zion Lutheran Church in Oslo, Minnesota. Alan was past president and member of the Warsaw Hall and was currently president of the Lake of the Woods Birch Beach Association. He was a member of the Circle of Friends Humane Society.

Alan loved to fish, farm and also did woodworking in his spare time. He spent lots of time at their lake home on Birch Beach at Lake of the Woods. He and Julie were caretakers of the church lawn and snow removal for many years.

Loving family members of Alan include his wife Julie of 36 years; son Joshua (Erika) Kosmatka of Grand Forks, North Dakota; granddaughters, Addy and Jaden; brother, Gary "Radar" Kosmatka of Warsaw, North Dakota; sister, Ernestine Ebertowski of Warsaw, North Dakota; mother-in-law, Ila Lind of Oslo, Minnesota; brothers-in-law, Arlyn Lind of Oslo, Minnesota, Alan Lind of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, Arden Lind of Oslo, Minnesota; sister-in-law, Joni McEnroe (Mike) of Grand Forks, North Dakota; nieces, Chloe Lind, Molly McEnroe, Carrie Shea, Kelly Kowalski and Jenny Hutchinson; nephews, Nicholas Lind, Tremayne Ebertowski and Jamie Kosmatka along with Alan's dog "Koda."

He is preceded in death by his parents; brother James Kosmatka and father-in-law, Almore Lind.

Funeral Service: 11:00 AM on Tuesday, June 9th, 2015 in Kongsvinger Lutheran Church, 15950 470th Ave. NW, Oslo, Minnesota.

Visitation: One Hour Prior Memorial Service on Tuesday, June 9th, 2015 in Kongsvinger Lutheran Church.

Inurnment: Kongsvinger Lutheran Cemetery, Oslo, Minnesota.

Source: www.dandahlfuneralhome.com/ 4/23/2015

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Vern L. Erickson

1918-2015

August 22, 1918 - June 4, 2015

Vern L. Erickson, Fertile, Minnesota, was called home on June 4, 2015 at the age of 96, at Fair Meadow Nursing Home, Fertile.

He will be remembered for his kind, gentle spirit, his sense of humor, his inventive and creative mechanical abilities, strong work ethic, and loyalty to his family and friends.

Vern was born in Noonan, North Dakota, on August 22, 1918 to C. Martin and Minnie Erickson. He grew up with one sister and four brothers, living in various mining towns in North Dakota, eventually moving to Moorhead, Minnesota, and as a teenager settling on a farmstead southeast of Fertile. Vern was just 17 years old when his dad died, so he assumed many of the farm responsibilities at a young age. He was a lifelong farmer and had a passion for raising cattle. Along with his brother, Wayne, he worked the soil, cared for the livestock, and enjoyed the company of several dogs over the years. Vern continued raising cattle after Wayne's untimely death in 1997. He officially retired in 2007 and sold the cattle.

Vern's main outdoor passions were ice fishing and deer hunting. His fishing trips included Canada as well as Alaska.

Vern was a longtime member of St. John's Lutheran Church and also served on the Sundal Township Board for many years. As Vern's health declined he began attending Adult Daycare at Fair Meadow Nursing Home in Fertile, eventually becoming a resident there in 2010.

Vern is survived by many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, his sister Mildred Dow, and his brothers Willard, Roland, Roy, and Wayne Erickson.

Funeral Service: 10:30AM Friday, June 12, 2015, at Concordia Lutheran Church, Fertile.

Burial: St. Johns Lutheran Cemetery, rural Fertile.

Source: Fredrikson Funeral Home website

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Lois Jeanette (Pederson) Grove

1929-2015

November 14, 1929 - June 1, 2015

Resided in Crookston, Minnesota

Lois Jeanette Grove, 85, formerly of Crookston, passed away June 1, 2015 at St. Therese of New Hope, Minnesota, where she had lived the past 2 1/2 years.

She was the 3rd child of 11 born to John and Inga (Teigen) Pederson on Nov. 14, 1929 in Crookston. She graduated in 1947 from Crookston Central as well as Fargo Business School and was employed for nearly 3 decades as Deputy City Clerk of Crookston.

Lois was married to Myron (Mike) Grove and had one daughter, and one granddaughter. Her loving husband for 45 years sadly passed away in Oct., 2004.

She was a lifelong member of Our Savior's Lutheran Church.

Throughout her life, Mike and Lois traveled extensively and wintered in Pharr, Texas, for more than 20 years. She rode an elephant, camel, and in an Ostrich pulled cart.

She was a strong, independent woman, a champion of the underdog, and an early advocate of women's rights, winning an equal work/equal pay settlement before retiring. Ironically the pay raise went to her successor, a male. She loved playing cards, gardening, and was a fan of Elvis and an excellent dog trainer. Family and friends were very important to her and she always stayed in contact with cards, calls, and e-mails.

Preceded in death by parents; husband; brothers, Howard, David, and Edgar Pederson; sister, Audrey Strom; brothers in law: Obert Morvig, Wally Strom, Vernon and Kenny Grove; and sister in law Edna Pederson.

Lois is survived by daughter, Jackie (Tom) Holvik of St. Michael; granddaughter, Kari Holvik of Rogers; sisters, Vernice (Leonard) Mienert, Carol (Paul) Sykes; brothers, Dan Pederson, Gerald (Elizabeth) Pederson, Joel (Betty) Pederson, Mike (Iris) Ophus; sisters in law, LaRayne Morvig, Carol (Bob) Cauouette, Mary Grove, Merry Ann (Dave) Macierzynski, Mickey and Helen Pederson.

Her family is grateful for the excellent, caring staff at St. Therese of New Hope.

A memorial service will be at 2:00 pm, Thursday June 11 at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, with a visitation one hour prior. Interment will follow at the Oakdale Cemetery in Crookston.

Arrangements by Stenshoel-Houske Funeral Home in Crookston

Source: Stenshoel Houske Funeral Home website
www.stenshoelhouske.com

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Leona E. (Silbernagel) Holzer

1967-2015

November 17, 1967 - June 3, 2015

Resided in Crookston, Minnesota

Obituary

Leona E. (Silbernagel) Holzer, 47, of Crookston, Minnesota, passed away June 3, 2015 peacefully at home surrounded by family after a long battle with cancer.

Leona was born November 17, 1967 in Perham, Minnesota, the daughter of Stanley and Marcella (Sazama) Silbernagel. She was baptized and confirmed at Sacred Heart Church in Dent, Minnesota where she grew up and attended school through the 7th grade. She graduated from the Perham High School in 1986.

Leaona married Steve Holzer in October of 1989. Their son, Jeremy was born May 29, 1990 and daughter, Taylor on May 3, 1994 while living in Fargo, North Dakota. Their jobs took them to Fertile, Minnesota. She worked at Asgco in 2008 when she met her fiance, Keith Mireault and his son Matt. She moved to Crookston where they bought a townhouse together. Her job took her to CHS Ag Service.

Her favorite part of that job was feeding and taking care of the men. Her most loved job was Upper Case Living. She loved all the people she met and all the places she got to go. So many wonderful memories. Leona's favorite things were spending time with her grandson, Knox and traveling.

Leona is survived by her mother, Marcella Silbernagel of Perham, Minnesota; her fiance, Keith Mireault of Crookston, Minnesota; a son, Jeremy (Jessica Kasbetski) Holzer of Phoenix, Arizona, daughter, Taylor (Kirk Spilde) Holzer of Moorhead, Minnesota; step-son, Matt Mireault of Grand Forks, North Dakota; grandson, Knox Holzer; two brothers, Francis (Julie) Silbernagel, Wayne (Julie) Silbernagel; six sisters, Lora (Steve) Anderson, Lois Erickson, Linda (Chris) Niemeyer, Lisa (Steve) Sheets, Lucy (Willy) Gadacz and Lidia (Robert) Atkinson. She is also survived by her intended in-laws, Gerald and Joan Mireault, Karen (Paul) Biermaier and many nieces and nephews.

Leona was preceded in death by her father, Stanley Silbernagel; nephews Nicholas Silbernagel and Justin Gadacz.

A Visitation will be 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Tuesday June 9, at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Crookston, Minnesota. Mass of Christian Burial will be 2:00 p.m., Wednesday June 10, at The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, with a visitation one hour prior to the service. Burial is at Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery in Dent, Minnesota.

Source: Stenshoel Houske Funeral Home website

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Barbara (Stadum, Boerger) Brademeyer

1949-2015

Barbara (Stadum, Boerger) Brademeyer, 65, of Ada, and formerly of Crookston, unexpectedly passed away June 9, 2015 in Fargo, North Dakota.

She was born December 13, 1949 to Ole and Marie (Anderson) Stadum in Ada. Graduating from Ada High School 1967, attended and graduated from the Dakota Business College, on January 6, 1968 Barb married Nick Boerger, and were the proud parents of Chris Boerger.

Barb worked as an office manager for many years at Nelson Motors, Villa St. Vincent and NAPA.

In Feb 2007 Nick passed away, Barb married Bob Brademeyer on February 2013 in Arizona.

She enjoyed bowling in her younger years, tending to flowers and gardening, specializing in roses, quilting for her family and fishing at the family cabin on Twin Lakes.

Barb was very active at the local and national level of the Ladies Auxiliary VFW for over 30 years.

She will be remembered for her smile, patriotism, love of grandchildren and being a classy lady.

Barb "Bobbie" is survived by her husband Bob of Ada and Arizona; son, Chris (Lizzy) Boerger of Crookston; Mother, Marie Anderson of Ada; grandchildren, Todd, Emma, Kaitlynn, Kaylee; great-grandchildren, Aubree and Harper; sister, Kathy (Jim) Ruebke; brothers, Tony (Kathy) Stadum, Kevin (Tammy) Anderson, Kurt (Joyce) Anderson with many nieces, nephews and other relatives.

She is preceded in death by her father, Ole; husband, Nick Boerger and brother, Keith Anderson.

A Visitation will be 5PM-7PM Wednesday June 17 at Stenshoel-Houske Funeral Home in Crookston with prayer service beginning at 7PM. A celebration of life Funeral Mass will be 2PM Thursday June18 at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of Crookston, with visitation one hour prior at the church. Interment will be at Calvary Cemetery in Crookston.

Source: Stenshoel Houske Funeral Home website
www.stenshoelhouske.com

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Robert "Bob" Janorschke, Sr.

1936-2015

Robert "Bob" Janorschke Sr, 79, of Crookston passed away peacefully surrounded by family, June 14, 2015.

He was born June 10, 1936, in Mentor, Minnesota, to Anton and Josephine (Hoffman) Janorschke. Graduated from Mentor Public School in 1954, after graduating Bob joined the United States Air Force.

On December 23, 1957 Bob married Nancy Webster at St. Andrews Church in Mentor, Minnesota. Together they raised their children; Tammy, Bob, Pat, Kathy, Jodi, Merrie, Jerry and Jennifer.

Bob was a proud member of the Crookston Police Department from 1967 until retiring as the chief of police in 1992. He was also a skilled carpenter, security guard at UMC for basketball games, real estate agent, and dedicated member of the Noon Day Lions Club in Crookston.

He enjoyed fishing with his children, deer hunting over the years, family vacations visiting relatives and weekends at the lake cabin.

Bob will be remembered for his sense of humor, the time he cherished with family, and being quick to hug everybody he came to meet.

He is survived by his wife of 57 years Nancy; children, Tammy (Todd) Welter, Bob (Jackie) Janorschke, Pat (Cathie) Janorschke, Kathy (Jay) Stene, Jodi (Paul) Dragseth, Merrie (Jon) Nelson, Jerry (Shannon) Janorschke and Jennifer Janorschke; grandchildren, Leasa Welter, Katie (Ryan) Lariviere, Juston & Kevin Welter; Jerek, Jacie, JaLynn and Jillian Janorschke, Robert & Tanner Janorschke, Steven Stene, Whitney (Wes) Miller, Cole (Annie) Ricard, Brandon Stene, Drew & Noah Dragseth, Amber (Kyle) Swenson, Lyndsey (Josh) Hill and Matthew Maves; great-grandchildren, Oliver Janorschke, Hayden & Bennett Ricard; siblings, Alice F. Sebenaler, Joan (Bill) Renner; sister-in-law, Shirley Caulfield; brother-in-law, Jerry Josten, with many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Bob is preceded in death by his parents; brother, Alby Janorschke; sister, Marie "Mickey" Josten; brother-in-laws, Ron Sebenaler & Jack Caulfield; nephew, Richard Sebenaler and granddaughter, Victoria Dragseth.

A Memorial Service will be 2:00 pm Saturday June 20 at Stenshoel-Houske Funeral Home, with visitation beginning at 1:00 pm. Reception will be held at the Crookston American Legion after services.

Source: Stenshoel Houske Funeral Home website
www.stenshoelhouske.com

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Louis Jesus Martinez

1931-2015

September 6, 1931 - June 15, 2015

Louis "Louie" Jesus Martinez, age 83, passed away on Monday, June 15, 2015, at his home in East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

Louie was born on September 6, 1931 in Raymondville, Texas, to the late Albert and Rufina (Santana) Martinez. He grew up in Raymondville, Texas, and worked as a migrant worker throughout the Central US and as a teen moved to Wisconsin. On June 7, 1952 he was married to Denise Ewert at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in East Grand Forks, Minnesota, and that is where the family made their home. He worked for Valley Motors and then owned and operated Louie Martinez Motors in East Grand Forks, Minnesota. Along with hosting a Spanish radio program, The Louie Martinez Band played in the area for many, many years.

Louie is survived by his wife of 63 years, Denise Martinez of East Grand Forks, Minnesota; children, David Martinez of Minnetonka, Minnesota; Rita (Ronald) Amundson of East Grand Forks, Minnesota; Bill Martinez of Grand Forks, North Dakota; Bruno Martinez of Richfield, Minnesota; and Brad (Desiree) Martinez of St. Paul, Minnesota; and grandchildren, Tyler, Hailee, and Hannah; as well as many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents, sons, Jimmy and Michael Martinez, seven brothers, and three sisters.

In lieu of flowers memorials are preferred.

Funeral Service: 2:00 pm, Friday, June 19, 2015 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, East Grand Forks, Minnesota, with an hour visitation prior to service.

Visitation: 5:00 to 7:00 pm, Thursday, June 18, 2015, with a prayer service at 7:00 pm, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

Interment: Resurrection Cemetery, East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

Source: www.dandahlfuneralhome.com/ 4/23/2015

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Betty Marie (Erickson) Albrecht

1933-2015

December 30, 1933 - June 10, 2015

Betty Albrecht, age 81, of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, passed away on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 at Altru Hospital in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Betty Marie Albrecht was born on December 30, 1933, in Climax, Minnesota, the daughter of Palmer and Lillie (Sander) Erickson. Following her high school graduation, she lived in East Grand Forks, Minnesota, before moving to Wyoming and resided there for 26 years. She spent the summer months in Minnesota. During her retirement she lived in Arizona and San Diego, CA before residing at Springsteel Resort on Lake of the Woods.

To know Betty was to love Betty. Betty didn't have an enemy in the world. She loved life and lived it fully with many good friends and family. Her greatest joy was spending time with her kids and family, playing cards, fishing and getting her yard work done. She loved gardening and had the greenest of ďGreen ThumbsĒ. She will be missed by the people whose lives she touched and especially by her children and immediate family. We mourn her passing but celebrate the many beautiful memories that we will carry with us forever.

Family members of Betty include her children, Val (Scott) Gravseth of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, Larry Aker of Warroad, Minnesota, and Sandy Paul (special friend Pam Anderson) Aker of Salol, Minnesota; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; several step-grandchildren and step-great-grandchildren; sisters, Pearl (Knute) Aker and Linda (Francis Jr.) Spokely both of East Grand Forks, Minnesota; sister-in-law, Marlys Erickson of East Grand Forks and many nieces and nephews.

Betty is preceded in death by her parents; husband John Albrecht; grandson, Scott Aker and one brother Martin Erickson.

Memorial Service: 10:30 am, Monday, June 15, 2015 at Dahl Funeral Home, 2029 Central Ave NW, East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

Visitation: One Hour Prior to Memorial Service

Interment: Resurrection Cemetery, East Grand Forks, Minnesota

Facts--

Born: December 30, 1933
Place of Birth: Climax, Minnesota

Death: June 10, 2015
Place of Death: Grand Forks, North Dakota

Source: www.dandahlfuneralhome.com 4/23/2015

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Charles E. Gilleland

1928-2015

January 23, 1928 - June 8, 2015

Charles E. Gilleland, age 87, of Staples, Minnesota, formerly of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, passed away on Monday, June 8, 2015 at the Veterans Hospital in St. Cloud, Minnesota.

Charles Gilleland was born January 23, 1928 in Grand Forks, North Dakota, the son of Charles and Myrtle (Olson) Gilleland. He grew up in East Grand Forks and attended East grand Forks Central High School. He enlisted in the US Army on April 25, 1946, serving during World War II in the Medical Corps. He married June Boushee on June 8, 1948 in Grand Forks. He farmed and worked as a welder / pipefitter, and also worked with his brother. They made their home in East Grand Forks until 1988 when they moved to St. Cloud and then to Staples, Minnesota. In his retirement he raised New Zealand Red Deer and restored antique vehicles.

He is survived by children: Charles ďChuckĒ (Jane), Horace, North Dakota, Duane (Karen), St. Cloud, Minnesota, Mary (Frank) Ringstad, East Grand Forks, Minnesota, and Lois (Don) Robinson, St. Cloud, Minnesota; two brothers, Robert "Lefty" Gilleland, of East Grand Forks, and Fred LaCasse of Healdsburg, CA, ten grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents; wife June, on July 7, 2008, and beloved son Larry Gilleland on June 30, 2000.

Funeral Service: 11:00 AM, Thursday, June 11, 2015 at the Dahl Funeral Home, East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

Visitation: one hour before services at the Dahl Funeral Home, East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

Interment: Resurrection Cemetery, East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

Source: www.dandahlfuneralhome.com/ 4/23/2015

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Devin Craig Hagen

1993-2015

Born: September 04, 1993
Died: June 06, 2015

Devin Hagen, age 21, of Fosston, Minnesota, passed away on Saturday, June 6th, as a result of an automobile accident near Fosston.

Memorial services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, June 12th, at the Fosston High School-Old Gym with the Rev. Paul Magelssen officiating. Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. with a 7:00 p.m. prayer service on Thursday, June 11th, at Hope Lutheran Church in Fosston. Family will also greet friends for one hour prior to the service on Friday at the high school.

Arrangements are with the Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home of Fosston and messages of condolence may be sent at carlinhoialmen.com.

Family will greet friends for one hour prior to the service at the high school.


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Devin Craig Hagen 1993-2015

Born: September 04, 1993
Died: June 06, 2015

Devin Hagen, age 21, of Fosston, Minnesota, passed away on Saturday, June 6th, as a result of an automobile accident near Fosston. Memorial services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, June 12th, at the Fosston High School-Old Gym with the Rev. Paul Magelssen officiating. Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. with a 7:00 p.m. prayer service on Thursday, June 11th, at Hope Lutheran Church in Fosston. Family will also greet friends for one hour prior to the service on Friday at the high school. Arrangements are with the Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home of Fosston and messages of condolence may be sent at carlinhoialmen.com.

Devin Craig Hagen was born on September 4, 1993 in Bagley, Minnesota. He was raised and dearly loved by his parents Matthew and Naomi Hagen in Fosston, Minnesota. Devin attended Fosston High School and graduated in 2012. He then went to Alexandria Technical College for carpentry and graduated in 2014. Prior to graduating Devin competed in the state Masonry competition in which he won first place which advanced him to Nationals. In June of 2014 he competed at the National level in Kansas City and ended number 10 in the Natation. Devin has spent his summers working with masonry and, after completing school, opened his own masonry company, Hagen Concrete of Fosston, Minnesota. Devin excelled in his work and with his outgoing and loving personality soon became one of the most loved 21 year old businessmen in the area.

Devin had two loves in his life: #1, love for his family and friends and #2, was fishing. Most often, one included the other. Devin was known and loved for so many things. HUGE heart, compassion, willingness to drop everything to help another. He was the defender of the underdog and the life of the party. Devin held himself to the highest standards when it came to his work and was a perfectionist in all that he did.

Devin: precious son, loving brother, respectful grandson, devoted nephew and cousin, and never ending friend -- you will be missed dearly by all those you touched.

Survivors include his parents, Matthew and Naomi Hagen of Fosston; two sisters, Ashley Hagen of McIntosh and Jacqueline Winter of Lengby; and brother, Alexander Hagen at home in Fosston; grandparents, Richard and Rose Dukek of Bagley, Minnesota; uncles, Russ (Teresa) Dukek of Chimacum, WA, Wade (Tammy) Dukek of Aurora, Minnesota, Brett (Darlene) Dukek of Shevlin, Minnesota, Stuart (Brenda) Dukek of Bagley, Mark (Barb) Hagen of Fosston, Mitch (Becky) Hagen of Prior Lake, Minnesota, Marshall (Judy) Hagen of Germany, and Chris (Bambi) Hagen of Fosston; aunts, Heather (Len) Archer of Milford, MA, Lisa (Kirby) Harmon of Bemidji, Minnesota, and Jennifer (Jenn) Huwe of Edina, Minnesota; and numerous loved and cherished cousins.

He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Sharon Dukek; grandparents, Carol and Daisy Hagen; biological father, Craig Johnson; and uncle, Jason Johnson.

Honorary Pallbearers: The FHS Class of 2012 and all of Devin's dear friends.

Pallbearers: Collin Grover, Sam Manecke, Trevor Sistad, Blake Olson, Garrett Sander, Reed Sander, Hans Sorgaard, Joshua Dukek, Adam Dukek, and Tyler Dukek.

Source: Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home, 16 MAY 2015

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Jessie Brolsma

1920-2015

February 1, 1920 - June 5, 2015

Resided in Crookston, Minnesota

Obituary--

Jessie (Epema) Brolsma, age 95, of Crookston, Minnesota, passed away on June 5, 2015 at the Villa St. Vincent in Crookston.

Jessie was born on her parent's farm three miles West of Crookston on February 1, 1920. She was the 8th of 10 children to Dutch immigrants Rients and Marie (Woudstra) Epema. Growing up, Jessie attended Crookston public schools, graduating from Crookston Central High School in 1937.

Jessie was united in marriage to George Simon Brolsma on September 7, 1940 at the Christian Reformed Church in Crookston, where she and George were active members during their youth. After their marriage, George and Jessie lived and farmed near the Minnesota communities of Beltrami, Erskine and McIntosh. It was during this time that their three daughters, Janet, Carol and Cindy were born. In each of these communities they formed many lifelong friendships.

In 1957, they returned to Crookston where they established George Brolsma Construction Co. and operated that business until George's retirement in 1981. Jessie was also employed at J.C. Penny's in the early years of their return to Crookston.

Jessie was a longtime member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Crookston. She was also active in WELCA, Crookston's garden club and homemakers groups.

Aside from her deep abiding love for her husband and family, Jessie's greatest passions were enjoying the wonders of nature, especially her flower gardens and the birds that visited. She spent long, blissful hours in her yard. George was heard on one occasion telling her that he needed to put a head lamp on her hoe to help her see the weeds after sunset.

Jessie also loved genealogy and researching her and Geroge's Dutch ancestry. It was important to preserve her family history for future generations. She felt a profound connection to her and George's extended family and nurtured those relationships whenever she could. She was a kind and loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She was supportive and generous to many others with her time and talents.

Jessie is survived by three daughters, Janet Gawrylow of Crookston, Carol (Donald) Sanders of Tulaby Lake, and Cindy (Greg) Conkins of Duluth; grandchildren, Jodi Gawrylow, Scott (Tricia) Sanders, Steven (Laurie) Sanders all of Crookston; Susan (Jeff) Jennings of Arizona; Christopher Conkins of Illinois; and Corey Conkins of Duluth; great-grandchildren, Zachery, Sophia, Samantha and Georgia Sanders, and Conner and Cayden Jennings; In-laws, Charlene Terpstra, Agnes Johstone and Marvela Epema of Crookston, Lillian Brolsma of East Grand Forks, Sady Newell, Fergus Falls, and John and Margaret Brolsma of Bloomington, and over 40 nieces, nephews and other relatives.

Jessie is preceded in death by the love of her life, husband George and all of her siblings; Sam Epema, Flora Hosvet, Seitze Epema, Agnes Blokzyl, Ann Pederson, Gertey Tysma, Bertha Newell, Ted Epema and Tillie Walker and son in law David Gawrylow.

Source: Stenshoel Houske Funeral Home website
www.stenshoelhouske.com

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Robert Wayne "Bob" Patenaude

1943-2015

Robert "Bob" Wayne Patenaude, 72, of Red Lake Falls, passed away June 13th, 2015.

He was born in Crookston on May 30th, 1943 to John and Marion (Korvela) Patenaude. Beginning his education in Red Lake Falls, he completed his senior year of high school in Crookston. Bob attended Bemidji State University for three semesters before joining the army reserve where he served as a cook for six years. Later, while working as a carpenter and landlord in Minneapolis, he married Deanna (Hansen) on August 1st, 1970. After having their first son, Dana, Bob and Deanna returned to rural Red Lake Falls to farm with Bob's father. Three more children followed, Jessica, Eric, and Ryan.

Through the years, Bob had a zest for life and enjoyed bowling, fishing, hunting, reading and gardening. He loved to bless his children and grandchildren with an occasional fish fry and display of fireworks. His bountiful garden produce was generously shared with friends, family, neighbors and church members. He was an active member of the First Assembly of God Church in Crookston, participating in jail ministry and door to door evangelism of the Gospel.

Bob is survived by his mother, Marion, of Brainerd; his children, Dana (Nedra) Patenaude of Mankato, Jessica (Brian) Christensen of Crookston, Eric (Rebecca) Patenaude of Bloomington, and Ryan (Stephanie) Patenaude of Plymouth along with 16 grandchildren; sisters Doreen (Rick) Mahoney, Deb Barnett, Jan (Robert) Patenaude Jamison, Suzanne (Ron) Gramer, and Jodi (Tim) Williams; brother Tim Patenaude; and his former spouse and "wife of his youth," Deanna Patenaude.

He was preceded in death by his father John and three siblings: Katherine, John "Jackie," and Dennis.

Visitation will be 5 to 7 pm Thursday, June 18th at Stenshoel-Houske Funeral Home with a prayer service at 7 pm. A funeral service will be held at 2 pm on Friday, June 19th at the Church of Christ, 321 5th Avenue So, Crookston. A private inurnment at Oakdale Cemetery will be held at a later date.

Memorials are preferred to Altru Hospice Program, Altru Health System, PO Box 6011, Grand Forks, ND 58206-9932.

Source: Stenshoel Houske Funeral Home website
www.stenshoelhouske.com

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Theresa (Ostenaa) "Tess" Berge

1914-2015

Born: September 26, 1914

Died: June 10, 2015

Tess Berge, age 100, of Fosston, Minnesota, passed away on Wednesday, June 10th at Essentia Health First Care Living Center in Fosston.

Funeral services will be held on Monday, June 15th at 10:30 AM at Kingo Lutheran Church in Fosston with Rev. Dan Cole and Rev. Aage Carlsen officiating. Visitation will be held for one hour before the funeral at the church on Monday morning, and interment will be at Kingo Lutheran Cemetery in Fosston. The Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home of Fosston is in charge of the arrangements. Messages of condolence may be sent to carlinhoialmen.com. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to go to the Kingo Lutheran Church Building Fund.

Theresa "Tess" Helen Ostenaa was born September 26, 1914 to Albert and Louise (Bergdahl) Ostenaa in McIntosh, Minnesota. She had two brothers and two sisters. Tess was baptized and confirmed by Rev. K. O. Hildahl of Hope Lutheran Church. She attended the Bergdahl School for grades 1 through 8, then attended Fosston High School, graduating in 1931 at the age of 16.

In June of 1932, Tess earned a certificate in elementary education from Moorhead Teachers College. She taught at country schools in the Fosston and Winger, Minnesota area.

Art Berge and Tess were married November 21, 1940 in Fosston. They farmed and were part owners of Berge Peterson Implement.

As a member of Kingo Lutheran Church for 75 years, Tess was active in Ladies Aid, circle, Friday school and many other church related activities. Her hobbies included sewing, counted cross stitch, quilting, reading, entertaining, and vegetable and flower gardening.

Tess passed away June 10, 2015 at Essentia Health First Care Living Center in Fosston at the age of 100 years.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Art, in 1997; her parents; two brothers, Torry and Palmer; and two sisters, Alta and Clarice.

She will lovingly be remembered by daughters Nancy Berge of Fosston, and Sharon (Rich) Yeager of Laporte, Minnesota; two grandchildren Mark (Nancy) Bjerken of Colorado, and Marsha (Tom) Walls of Wisconsin. Also surviving Tess are five great grandchildren, a special sister-in-law, Beverly Ostenaa, as well as nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Source: www.carlinhoialmen.com

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Albert Donald Mandt

1945-2015

Died: June 10, 2015

U.S. Veteran

Albert Mandt, age 69, of McIntosh, Minnesota, passed away on Wednesday, June 10th at McIntosh Senior Living in McIntosh.

Funeral services will be held on Monday, June 15th at 2:30 PM at Our Saviorís Lutheran Church in McIntosh with Rev. Melody Kirkpatrick and Rev. Aage Carlsen officiating. Visitation will be on Sunday from 5:00 to 7:00 PM with a prayer service at 7:00 PM at Our Saviorís Lutheran Church in McIntosh, and there will also be reviewal for one hour before the funeral service at the church on Monday afternoon. Interment will be at Our Saviorís Lutheran Cemetery in McIntosh. The Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home serving McIntosh is in charge of the arrangements. Messages of condolence may be sent to carlinhoialmen.com.

Albert Donald Mandt, Jr. was born on June 26, 1945 to Albert and Emma (Thoveson) Mandt in Fosston, Minnesota. He was raised in McIntosh, Minnesota, and was baptized and confirmed at Our Saviorís Lutheran Church in McIntosh. Albert attended school in McIntosh and graduated from Mac-Winger High School in 1963.

He married Ruth Johnson on December 25, 1965. Albert and Ruth made their home in McIntosh after his discharge from the Army. He was engaged in farming until 1997. Along with the farming, he drove school bus for 30 years. He also worked at the McIntosh Coop Creamery and the McIntosh Coop on and off for a few years. In the fall of 1997 he went to work for Minnesota Limited Pipeline until he retired in 2011.

Albert served on the King Township Board for 30 years, was currently serving on the Red Lake Watershed Board, served on the McIntosh Coop Board for a number of years, and had served on the Soil and Water Conservation Board. He was also a Trustee for Our Saviorís Lutheran Church.

Albert passed away on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 at McIntosh Senior Living at the age of 69 years, 11 months, and 15 days.

He is survived by Ruth, his loving wife of 49 1/2 years; three sons - Kyle (Kimberlee) of McIntosh, Minnesota, Kerry (Kelly) of Maple Grove, Minnesota, and Kevin (Anna) of McIntosh, Minnesota; the loves of his life - his seven grandchildren - Michael, Kylee, Nicholas, Kaysee, Brekken, Colten, and Shelby Mandt. He is also survived by his sister Iris (Lyle) Eisert of Crookston, Minnesota; brothers-in-law Orville Hanson of Thief River Falls, Minnesota, and Alvin Taylor of Seattle, Washington; sisters-in-law Alta Mandt of Perham, Minnesota, Elaine Mandt of Moorhead, Minnesota, Pearl Johnson of McIntosh, Minnesota, and Shirley Taylor of Seattle, Washington; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers Sherman, Arvin, and Ervin; sister Mavis Koehler; brothers-in-law Marvin Koehler, Russell Johnson, Robert Johnson, and Eilert Hoem; sisters-in-law Laura Johnson, Lila Hoem, and Marilyn Hanson; nephews Todd Eisert and Ray Johnson; and niece Linda Taylor.

Source: www.carlinhoialmen.com website

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Marlen Donald Strand

1933-2015

Born: September 06, 1933

Died: June 18, 2015

U.S. Veteran

Marlen Strand, age 81, of Fosston, Minnesota, and Lengby, Minnesota, passed away on Thursday, June 18th, at Essentia First Care Living Center in Fosston. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 24th, at Hope Lutheran Church in Fosston with the Rev. Paul Magelssen officiating. Interment will be in Hope Lutheran Cemetery, Fosston. Visitation will be held for one hour prior to the service on Wednesday at the church. Arrangements are with the Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home of Fosston and messages of condolence may be sent at carlinhoialmen.com.

Marlen Donald Strand was born on September 6, 1933 in Ulen, Minnesota, to parents John and Pauline Hollevoet Strand. He was baptized at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Ulen and confirmed at Hope Lutheran Church in Fosston. He grew up in Beaulieu Township, Mahnomen County, and attended the Dwayne country school south of Fosston.

He worked for a time at the potato plants in Fosston and in Grand Forks, but most of his life was spent farming on the home farm 14 miles south of Fosston. Marlen was also a veteran of the United States Army, serving from November of 1956 until his honorable discharge in November of 1958. He served most of his time overseas in Germany. While stationed in Germany he traveled to visit cousins in Norway. He purchased a nice camera in Germany and took many pictures and slides so he could share his adventures with his family back home. Currently he was living at Essentia First Care Living Center in Fosston.

Marlen liked fishing and especially enjoyed spearing in the winter. He also liked deer and duck hunting. At a young age he taught himself how to play the harmonica and entertained his family and friends with his playing. He will be dearly missed by his family.

Survivors include his two sisters, Erma (Richard) Siedschlag of Moorhead, Minnesota, and Verna Ekeberg of Fosston; sister-in-law, Margie Strand of Fosston; and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; siblings, Helen Brisset, Opal Jensen, Palmer Strand, Gordon Strand, Bernice Strand, John Strand; brothers and sisters-in-law; nephews, Brent Strand and Daniel Siedschlag; great nephew, Jason Nepsund; and great nieces, Karyna Gilbertson and Hope Sween.

Honorary Pallbearers: Joanne Silvis, Judy Felix, Janet Nepsund, Joyce Berglund, Jeanette Murphy, Julie Lovaas, Peg Nelson, Rita Vacek, Sue Francis, Wanda Gilbertson, Carolyn Moltzan, Darline Sween, Paulette Wolbeck, Sheryl Dahl, Connie Schwartz, Karen Wells and Patty Strand.

Active Pallbearers: Jerome Snetsinger, Jerald Snetsinger, James Snetsinger, Paul Strand, Pat Strand, Pete Strand, Gary Strand, Michael Siedschlag, Rodney Ekeberg, Kevin Ekeberg, Mark Ekeberg and Steven

Source: Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home, 23 MAY 2015

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Matthew James Theis

1969-2015

Born: November 11, 1969

Died: June 05, 2015

Matthew Theis, age 45, of McIntosh, Minnesota, passed away on Friday, June 5th, at his home in McIntosh. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 9th, at the Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home in Fosston with Father Dave Super presiding. Interment will be in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Hansville, rural Fosston. Visitation will be held for one hour prior to the service on Tuesday at the funeral home. Arrangements are with the Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home of Fosston and messages of condolence may be sent at carlinhoialmen.com.

Matthew James Theis was born on November 11, 1969 in Fosston, Minnesota, to parents Robert and JoAnn Randall Theis. He grew up in McIntosh and graduated from Win-E-Mac High School in 1988. Following high school, he went on to attend Northwest Technical College in Bemidji, Minnesota. After his graduation, Matt took a position at Erskine Manufacturing and later at MDV in Fosston. He was forced to stop working due to health issues.

Matt enjoyed shooting pool, fishing, hunting, and farming with his brother, Mike. He also enjoyed simply cruising the back roads all around the area. Matt enjoyed the simple things in life and had a good heart. He would gladly lend a helping hand to anyone in need.

Survivors include his father, Robert of McIntosh; his grandmother, Helen Randall of Fosston; five siblings, Michelle (Arthur) Olson of Stirum, North Dakota, Mary (James) Olson of McIntosh, Deborah (Wesley) Svalen of Oklee, Minnesota, Michael (Lori) Theis of Fosston, and Kristie (Cheyenne) Kingbird-Theis of McIntosh. Nieces nephews and cousins also survive.

He was preceded in death by his mother, JoAnn; brother John Paul Theis; maternal grandfather, Elmer Randall; and paternal grandparents, Andrew and Agnes Theis.

Honorary Pallbearers: All nieces and nephews

Active Pallbearers: Wesley Magnell, Mark Theis, James Nichols, Cody Olson, Cheyenne Kingbird, Daniel Svalen, and Benjamin Theis.

Source: www.carlinhoialmen.com

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Marie Eleanor Bergeron

1927-2015

Eleanor Bergeron, 88, of Argyle, Minnesota, passed away on Friday morning, June 19, 2015, in Parkwood Senior Living, Grand Forks, North Dakota,

Marie Eleanor was born on March 17, 1927, to Louis and Blanche (Perrault) Dufault, on a farm north of Stephen, Minnesota. She moved as a child to another farm nearer Argyle, where she attended grade school and she graduated from high school at the AC in Crookston, Minnesota. She was united in marriage to Kenneth Bergeron on April 4, 1945, in St. Rose Catholic Church in Argyle. They moved to farm Northeast of Argyle where they raised their five children and farmed together for 42 years.

Eleanor was a proud farm wife and she had no trouble milking cows, working in the fields, or bringing meals out to the men at work. She was active in the St. Ann Altar Society, Catholic Society of Foresters, and the American Legion Auxiliary. She loved gardening, sewing, cooking, play cards and quilting, and she also enjoyed selling shoes and making lefse.

Left to mourn her passing are her children, Wayne (Gerrie) of Argyle, Gayle (Jeanne) of Thompson, North Dakota, Dwight (Julie) of Devils Lake, and Rosemary (Bill) Kuznia of Gooding, Idaho; 12 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.

In addition to her husband, Kenneth, who passed away on August 25, 2012, Eleanor was preceded in death by her parents; daughter, Linda; daughter-in-law, Sharon; brothers, Kenneth, Duane and Morris; sister-in-law, Deloris Dufault; and siblings-in-law, Joan and Ben Jokerest, Armand and Rita Bergeron, and Francis and Fern Bergeron.

Mass of Christian Burial: Wednesday, June 24, 2015, at 10:30 AM, in St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, Argyle, Minnesota.

Visitation: Tuesday, June 23, from 5-7 with a Rosary at 7:00 PM, in the church, and also one hour prior to Mass.

Interment: St. Rose Catholic Cemetery, Argyle.

Source: DuBore Funeral Home website

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Sylvia Inez (Harstad) Moen

1942-2015

Sylvia Inez Moen, 72, of Crookston passed away June 6, 2015, with her loving daughters by her side.

She was born the daughter of William and Edna Olava (Messelt) Harstad on September 24, 1942 in Fertile, Minnesota. She was baptized and confirmed at Faaberg Lutheran Church, and graduated Fertile High School in 1960. After high school, Sylvia moved to Crookston working as a nurse's aid at the Bethesda Hospital.

On September 1, 1966, she married Gordon Carter Moen at Trinity Lutheran Church of Crookston. Together they were the proud parents of Cynthia and Patricia. Sylvia worked at Anderson Fabrics, Cenex and many local businesses in Crookston.

She enjoyed reading, watching TV, puzzles, sewing and attending garage sales. She collected many items. Barbie's, baseball cards and postage stamps were some of her favorites.

She valued having coffee and goodies with her friends and family, Monday evenings having a hamburger at the Eagles Club, and sewing quilts and diapers for Lutheran World Relief Kits.

Sylvia will be remembered as being very generous and thoughtful of others. Nothing made her happier than being a mom, grandma and making her amazing Christmas roast.

Sylvia is survived by her daughters, Cynthia Joy Moen of Fargo, North Dakota, and Patricia Jean "Patty Jean" (Stanley) Moen-Januszewski of Crookston; grandchildren: Brandilyn Anne, Connor Andrew and Tesa Joy; siblings, Eleanor (Marvin) Olson of Fertile, Elaine (Russell) Krogstad of Crookston, William (Dorothy) Harstad of Fertile and Allen (Carol) Harstand of Burnsville, with many nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends.

She is preceded in death by her parents and brother-in-law, Russell Krogstad.

God Bless the memory of Sylvia Moen. She was a special lady and will be missed by many.

A Visitation will be Friday, June 12, at Stenshoel-Houske Funeral Home of Crookston, with a prayer service at 7PM. Funeral Service will be 2PM Saturday June 13 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Crookston, with visitation one hour prior to the service.

Source: Stenshoel Houske Funeral Home website
www.stenshoelhouske.com

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Miguel "Mike" Rositas

1942-2015

Miguel "Mike" Rositas, 73, of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, died Wednesday, June 24, 2015 at his home.

Mike was born on April 29, 1942, in St. Johns, Michigan, to the late Migual and Otela (Lopez) Rositas, Sr. He grew up in Crystal City, Texas and worked as a migrant worker his entire life. On April 5, 1963 he was married to Sulema Medina in Crystal City, Texas. In 1970 the family moved to East Grand Forks, Minnesota, where he worked for Driscoll Farms until his retirement in 2004.

Mike is survived by his wife of 52 years, Sulema Medina of East Grand Forks, Minnesota; children, Mike (Linda) Rositas of Badger, Minnesota; Maria (Leo) Saucedo of East Grand Forks, Minnesota; Cris Rositas of Grand Forks, North Dakota; Melissa (Aguiles) Calderon of Farmington, New Mexico; Victor (Heather) Rositas of Prescott Valley, Arizona; and Veronica (Carmelo) Torres of East Grand Forks, Minnesota; grandchildren, Anthony (Emily); Priscilla (Daryl); Amanda (Kyle); Mark Anthony; Victor; Esteban; Javier; Hunter; Sierra; Austin; and Liliana; great-grandchildren, Tomas; Benjamin; Miguel; Mia; and Evan; siblings, Carlos (Rosalinda) Martinez of Crystal City, Texas; Roy (Rachael) Lopez of Crystal City, Texas; Rosa Rositas of Tyler, Texas; Elisabeth (Camilo) Valverde of Tyler, Texas; Esmeralda Lopez of Crystal City, Texas; and Maria Melena (Pete) Trevino of San Antonio, Texas; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Mike was preceded in death by his parents and siblings Enrique Rositas and Nellie Contreras.

Funeral Service: 10:30 AM - Tuesday, June 30, 2015 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

Visitation: One Hour Prior to Service

Interment: Nisbet Cemetery, East Grand Forks, Minnesota

Source: www.dandahlfuneralhome.com/ 6/25/2015

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Diana (Abney) "Penny" Shern

1939-2015

March 13, 1939 - June 21, 2015

Diana "Penny" Shern, 76, of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, died Sunday, June 21, 2015 at the Valley Memorial Home, Woodside Village.

Penny Shern was born March 13, 1939, in Hallock, Minnesota, the daughter of Charles and Elaine (Olson) Abney. She graduated from Newfolden, Minnesota, High School in 1957. She married Gerald Shern on January 27, 1957 in Crookston, Minnesota. She worked at the Dakota Hospital, Fargo, North Dakota, until they moved to East Grand Forks in 1962. She worked for the East Grand Forks School District at Crestwood Elementary until her retirement.

She is survived by her husband Gerald of East Grand Forks, children, Del (Tammy) Shern of East Grand Forks, Cyndi Shern-Dooley of St. Francis, Minnesota, and David (Diane) Shern of Bethel, Minnesota, grandchildren, Mike Shern, Tom (Jen) Shern, Matt Gust, Madison, Wyatt Dooley, and Colt Shern, and three great grandchildren: Max, Allison and Josh Shern.

She was preceded in death by her mother and step father Elaine and Kingsley Dyer.

In Lieu of Flowers, memorials may be given to the Alzheimers Association.

Memorial Service: 4:00 P.M., Monday, June 29, 2015 at Our Saviors Lutheran Church, 1515 5th Ave. NW, East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

Visitation: 2 Hours prior Funeral Service at Our Saviors Lutheran Church.

Source: www.dandahlfuneralhome.com/ 6/25/2015

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Alda Kathleen Shane

1925-2015

March 15, 1925 - June 18, 2015

Alda Kathleen Shane, age 90, of Oslo, Minnesota, passed away on Thursday, June 18, 2015 in Valley Eldercare in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Alda was born on March 15, 1925 on the family farm in Oslo, Minnesota to the late Ole and Anna (Thompson) Lind. She grew up in Oslo and graduated from Oslo High School. She taught at the country school in Tabor for a few years until stopping to raise her family. She was united in marriage to LaRoy Shane on June 25, 1950 in Konsvinger Lutheran Church in Oslo, Minnesota, where she has been a lifelong member. After the kids were grown she then worked various jobs in the Oslo and Grand Forks area.

Alda is survived by her children, Joyce (Bud) Devine of Manvel, North Dakota; Gary (Adele) Shane of Oslo, Minnesota; and Loren (Annette) Shane of Grand Forks, North Dakota; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband LaRoy; siblings, Ordean, Norris, Almore, and Oliver Lind, and Tillie Dahlberg.

Funeral Service: 11:30 am, Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at Konsvinger Lutheran Church in Oslo, Minnesota.

Interment: Konsvinger Lutheran Cemetery; Oslo, Minnesota.

Source: www.dandahlfuneralhome.com/ 6/25/2015

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Darlene A. (Holtman) Gust

1930-2015

January 14, 1930 - June 18, 2015

Darlene A. Gust, 85, of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, passed away on Thursday, June 18, 2015 at Valley Eldercare in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Darlene was born on January 14, 1930 in Ada, Minnesota, to the late Ernest and Agnes (Vonesh) Holtman. As a child she moved to East Grand Forks, Minnesota. On September 24, 1947 she was united in marriage to Louis Gust at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in East Grand Forks, Minnesota. Over the years she and Louis had business interests that included cafes and auto shops. She also worked in potato harvesting until she started working for Old Dutch Foods where she stayed for over 25 years on the production line.

After her retirement she became involved with the Ladies Guild at Sacred Heart Catholic Church where she was a member for many years. Darlene also had a keen interest in embroidery and crocheting and for many years she was a member of the Arts and Crafts Club and a member of their council. She was a fabulous cook and truly enjoyed putting on a meal, whether it was for a holiday or just a gathering of friends and family; large or small she handled it all. In her later years, she enjoyed getting together with her lady friends to play cards, socialize, and get together for dinners or lunch.

Darlene is survived by her longtime friend Joyce Piker of East Grand Forks, Minnesota; her children, Vernon (Ruby) Gust, Sr., of East Grand Forks, Minnesota; Carol (Bob) Durbin of Mentor, Minnesota; LuAnn Storbakken of Grand Forks, North Dakota; Patty (Duane) Goetz of Grand Forks, North Dakota; 17 grandchildren; 38 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Louis Gust; brothers, Wes and Ernest Holtman, Jr.; and sister, Claire Velaski.

Funeral Service: 11:00 am, Wednesday, June 24, 2015 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

Visitation: One Hour Prior to Service

Interment: Resurrection Cemetery; East Grand Forks, Minnesota

Source: www.dandahlfuneralhome.com/

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Lynn Harpster

1926-2015

Life Legacy

Lynn Harpster, 88, of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, died Thursday, June 25, 2015 at the VA Hospital, Fargo, North Dakota.

Lynn Harpster was born August 28, 1926 in Hampden, North Dakota, the son of Otilla and Frances (Twiss) Harpster. He grew up in Hampden, North Dakota and graduated from Grand Forks Central High School. He entered the US Naval Academy in Chicago, IL and the US Navy Radio Training specializing in Morse Code. He was stationed in San Francisco, California. He married Eva Gangelhoff in Grand Forks on September 7, 1947. He moved to Grand Forks where he worked at Harold Dunn Tires and eventually was a commercial contractor where he owned and operated Harpster Construction, retiring in 1988.

He is survived by children, Linda (Charles Hillegas) Harpster of Freehold, New Jersey, Sandy (Dan) Samson and Barbara Harpster of Grand Forks, Bev Bosman of Moorhead, Minnesota, and David Harpster of Jamestown, North Dakota; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren, and one brother Warren Harpster of Columbus, Ohio.

He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Eva and sister Olive Paulson.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to the Grand Forks Humane Society and Altru Hospice.

Funeral Service: 10:30 AM, Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Visitation: 5:00 to 7:00 with a 6:30 Prayer Service on Tuesday, June 30, 2015 at the Dahl Funeral Home, East Grand Forks, Minnesota, and also one hour prior Funeral Service on Wednesday at the church.

Interment: Memorial Park Cemetery, Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Source: Dahl Funeral Home, E. Grand Forks, Minnesota

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JosieElizabeth Marie Luna

2015-2015

June 27, 2015 - June 27, 2015

Resided in Crookston, Minnesota

Obituary

A service for JosieElizabeth Marie Luna will be 10AM Wednesday July 1 at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Crookston.

Burial will take place at Calvary Cemetery.

Source: Stenshoel Houske Funeral Home website
www.stenshoelhouske.com

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Marie Elsie (Saure) Hagen

1928-2015

Marie Elsie (Saure) Hagen, age 87, of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, passed away on Tuesday, June 30, 2015 at the Villa St. Vincent in Crookston, Minnesota.

Marie was born on February 10, 1928 to the late Einar and Borghild (Haugen) Saure. She was raised on the family farm northeast of Reynolds, North Dakota, and graduated as Valedictorian of Reynolds High School in 1946. She worked on the family farm and at the Farmers Elevator in Reynolds, North Dakota, as well as for a short time at Red River Produce with her sister, Ethel. She attended Aaker's Business College but her dad asked her to come home to care for her ailing mother. She did that for nearly 5 years and it was in this time that she met Clifford Hagen.

They were united in marriage on Thursday, June 25, 1952, the same anniversary as her parents, in St. Olaf Lutheran Church in Reynolds, North Dakota; where Marie had also been baptized and confirmed. They then moved to East Grand Forks, Minnesota, and raised their family on Cliffs family farm where she was a devoted farmerís wife and mother.

Marie was a devout Greenwave supporter and bled green when her children were in school but became a Crookston Pirate Booster cheering for her grandchildren. Her favorite pastime was attending her grandkids various athletic and musical activities. Additionally she loved watching General Hospital and womenís volleyball and softball on television as well as making ceramics. She and Cliff loved to travel and wintered in Arizona in their retirement. She was also a prodigious note taker with notes being found for gifts her children received when they were young.

Marie is survived by her four children, Roger (Roxanne) Hagen of East Grand Forks, Minnesota; Rodney (Lydie) Hagen of Alpharetta, Georgia; Janice Rost of St. Louis Park, Minnesota; and Judie (Erik) Kanten of Crookston, Minnesota; six grandchildren, Nick (Molly) Hagen, Anna Hagen, Emily (Alex) Ranz, and Sarah, Mollie, and Rachel Kanten; brother, Ordean Saure; sister, Ethel Ramstad; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband of 47 years, Cliff on August 11, 1999; and brother, Gordon Saure.

Memorial Service: 3:00 pm; Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at Our Saviors Lutheran Church 1515 5th Ave NW, East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

Inurnment: Resurrection Cemetery, East Grand Forks, Minnesota

Source: www.dandahlfuneralhome.com/ 2 JULY 2015

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LaVanche "Lovey" Stenvold

c1926-2015

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Born: June 22, 1927
Died: June 30, 2015

LaVanche "Lovey" Stenvold, age 88, of Grand Forks, North Dakota, passed away on Tuesday, June 30th, at Evergreens of Moorhead in Moorhead, Minnesota.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 7th, at Grace Lutheran Church in Erskine with the Rev. Timothy Lundeen officiating. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery, rural Erskine.

Visitation will be held for one hour prior to the service on Tuesday at the church. Arrangements are with the Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home of Erskine and messages of condolence may be sent at carlinhoialmen.com.

Source: Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home - 2 JULY 2015


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LaVanche "Lovey" Stenvold

Born: June 22, 1927
Died: June 30, 2015

LaVanche "Lovey" Stenvold, age 88, of Grand Forks, North Dakota, passed away on Tuesday, June 30th, at Evergreens of Moorhead in Moorhead, Minnesota.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 7th, at Grace Lutheran Church in Erskine with the Rev. Timothy Lundeen officiating. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery, rural Erskine. Visitation will be held for one hour prior to the service on Tuesday at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Fairview Cemetery or Grace Lutheran Church. Arrangements are with the Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home of Erskine and messages of condolence may be sent at carlinhoialmen.com.

LaVanche Shirley Erickson was born on June 22, 1927 in Erskine, Minnesota, to parents Norman and Georgia Benson Erickson. At the age of eight, she moved with her family to Drayton, North Dakota where she grew up and graduated from high school. She then attended Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota where she met her future husband, Elvin "Al." They were married on May 18, 1946 in Drayton.

After their marriage, Al and Lovey worked and raised their four children in Grand Forks, North Dakota. They called Grand Forks their home for the remainder of their lives. Their children have many happy memories of vacations, camping, holidays, and spending time together as a family. Lovey worked for the JC Penney Company for 30 years until her retirement in 1992. Al passed away on January 28, 2013. She was able to live at home in Grand Forks up until the last four months when she moved to Evergreens of Moorhead in Moorhead, Minnesota.

She was a member of Calvary Lutheran Church in Grand Forks. Grace Lutheran Church in Erskine also held a special place in her heart. Both Al and Lovey enjoyed attending events and visiting there for many years.

Lovey is survived by two daughters, Randie (Dale) Haake of Fargo, North Dakota, and Kandace (Merl) Loken of Arvilla, North Dakota; son, Scott of Fargo, North Dakota; son-in-law, Gary Larsen of San Antonio, Texas; nine grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren; two sisters, Fern (Elwood) Olson of Missoula, Montana, and Norma Raney of Fargo, North Dakota; and sisters-in-law, Beverly Ostenaa of Fosston, Minnesota, and Addie Sletta of Brea, California. Nieces, nephews and cousins also survive.

She was preceded in death by her parents; parental in-laws, Monrad and Mabel Stanvold; daughter, Lindee Larsen; grandson, Wade Haake; sister-in-law, Marlys Lien; and brothers-in-law, Talmadge Stenvold and Albert Raney.

Honorary Pallbearers: Gary Larsen and Brady Larsen

Active Pallbearers: Chris Haake, Andrew Haake, Aaron Loken, Matthew Nieuwsma, Dale Haake, and Merl Loken.

Source: Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home, 16 MAY 2015

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Edith Lorraine (Nelson) Rocker

1926-2015

March 22, 1926 - July 1, 2015

Edith Rocker, 89, of Ada, Minnesota, died Wednesday, July 1, 2015, at Benedictine Care Community, Ada.

Edith Lorraine Nelson was born March 22, 1926, at Fertile, Minnesota, the daughter of Nels and Ida (Morvig) Nelson. She attended school in Fertile and graduated from Fertile High School. She attended Normal Teachers School in East Grand Forks, Minnesota, and received her teaching certificate. She valued education all her life and taught school for a short time in the Fertile and Winger (Minnesota) school districts.

On October 18, 1947, she was united in marriage to Melvin Rocker at Concordia Lutheran Church, Fertile. They moved to a farm near Lockhart, Minnesota, and resided there for many years. Edith was very involved on the farm with care for the animals, and also assisted operating the planting and harvesting equipment. She was a longtime 4H supporter and was active in the Green Meadow and Lockhart clubs. She later was awarded with the Minnesota State 4H Alumni Award.

Edith had worked as a store clerk in Ada for years at the Coast to Coast, Ada Rexall Drug, Ada Pharmacy, and for her son Terry at The Orpheum Theatre. She moved into Ada from the farm and lived at Thompson Apartment for a number of years and later became a resident of the Benedictine Care Community.

Edith is survived by her son, Terry Rocker, of Ada; her daughter, Ann (Mike) Pahlen, Crookston, Minnesota; two grandchildren, James Pahlen, Amy Pahlen; great grandson, Dante Norris; her brother Robert (Shirley) Nelson, Fertile; her brother-in-law, Don Sorben, Fergus Falls, Minnesota, and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded by her parents, husband, Melvin, and siblings, Ernest Nelson, Irene Roragen, Norma Boyce, Rose Sorben, and infant brothers, Alvin and Noble, and her granddaughter, Lori Pahlen Norris.

Funeral: 11:00 Tuesday, July 7, 2015 at Grace Lutheran Church, Ada.

Burial: Ada Municipal Cemetery, Ada, Minnesota.

Source: Fredrikson Funeral Home website

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Eugene "Frenchy" LaJesse

1947-2015

April 13, 1947 - July 1, 2015

Resided in LaMoure, North Dakota

Obituary

Eugene "Frenchy" LaJesse, 68, of LaMoure, North Dakota, passed away July 1, 2015 at the St. Rose Care Center in LaMoure.

He was born April 13, 1947, to Peter and Kathryn (Solheim) LaJesse in Little Falls, Minnesota. Eugene attended neighborhood schools in Crookston and graduated from Central High School. He entered the United States Marine Corps where he served his country for three years. After being honorably discharged, Eugene returned to Crookston and worked in sales at Gambles Store. "Frenchy" could sell you anything, whether you needed it or not! He also was the owner of Frenchy's Taxi in Crookston.

Eugene married Sylvia Amiot in 1969. Later he married Rita Peterson. They lived together in Fargo, North Dakota, for a time, then he was married to Kathy Walker before moving to New Jersey. From there, he moved to Florida, Montana and North Dakota.

Eugene was an active volunteer everywhere he was in life and was a proud Vietnam Veteran.

He is survived by his daughters, Michelle (Aaron) Scoles of Billings, Montana, Samantha (John) Twombley of Fort Worth, Texas, and Jacki (Chad) Ohman of Fargo, North Dakota; seven grandchildren; brothers, Marcel (Jean) LaJesse & Dennis LaJesse of Crookston; sisters: Lori (Andy) Seminazzi of Orlando, Florida, Sherry (Sam) Betancud of Bridgeport, Nebraska, and Irene (Vince) Streeks of Scottsbluff, Nebraska; aunt, Jean Solheim of Crookston; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Eugene is preceded in death by his parents and sister, Donna Gamer.

Mass of Christian Burial will be 2 PM Tuesday July 7, at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Crookston, with visitation one hour prior. Interment will be at Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis.

Source: Stenshoel Houske Funeral Home website
www.stenshoelhouske.com

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Richard Paul "Dick" Maves

1934-2015

September 24, 1934 - July 3, 2015

Resided in Crookston, Minnesota

Obituary

Richard Paul "Dick" Maves, 80, of Crookston, Minnesota, passed away, Friday July 3 2015, with family by his side at Riverview Hospital.

Dick was born September 24, 1934 to Clarence and Margaret (Enright) Maves in East Grand Forks, Minnesota, and graduated 1952 from Sacred Heart Catholic School. He attended NDSU, receiving his B.S. in Pharmacy.

Dick married Delores Krom in 1959, and together raised three boys, Robert, Michael and Scott.

He worked at the Olson Drug Store in EGF, then owned and operated Eagle Drug of Crookston for over 30 years.

He was active in the Crookston community, where he was a proud member of the Lions Clubs, Eagles Club and American Legion. Also, a longtime member of the Knights of Columbus.

His hobbies included playing golf, supporting UND sports, collecting coins, stamps and toy cars. He will be remembered for his generosity and loyalty to local charities.

Richard is survived by his children, Robert (Isun) Maves of Hawaii, Scott (Karla Anderson) Maves of Crookston; grandchildren, Charles (Amanda) Maves of Michigan, and Matthew Maves of Crookston; former wife, Delores Maves of Crookston.

He is Preceded in death by his parents; son, Michael Maves; granddaughter, Cindy Sun Maves.

Visitation will be 5-7 PM Thursday July 16 at the Stenshoel-Houske Funeral Home of Crookston with prayer service at 7 PM. Mass of Christian Burial will be 2 PM Friday July 17 at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Crookston. Interment will be at Calvary Cemetery. One last round to celebrate Dick's life will be held Friday July 17 starting at 5 PM at the Crookston Eagles Club.

Source: Stenshoel Houske Funeral Home website
www.stenshoelhouske.com

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Juan Manuel Morales

1997-2015

January 22, 1997 - July 9, 2015

Resided in Crookston, Minnesota

Obituary--

Juan Manuel Morales, 18, passed away July 9, 2015.

Visitation will be from 5 PM - 7 PM, Wednesday July 15, at Stenshoel-Houske Funeral Home.

Funeral Service will be at 2 PM Thursday July 16 at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of Crookston.

Source: Stenshoel Houske Funeral Home website - 14 JUL 2015
www.stenshoelhouske.com

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Janet K. (Kirchberg) Pillatzki

1940-2015

December 20, 1940 - July 11, 2015

Resided in Crookston, Minnesota

Obituary

Janet K. (Kirchberg) Pillatzki, 74, of Crookston passed away July 11, 2015 at Altru Hospital of Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Janet was born December 20, 1940, in Madison Minnesota to Raymond and Mildred (Auchsetter) Kirchberg. She graduated from Madison High School in 1958.

On June 10, 1958, Janet married Ralph A. Pillatzki, and together had two children Janet Marie and Daniel Paul.

Janet enjoyed working with the public, reading many books, working on crossword puzzles and visiting Zoo's. Her recent enjoyment was observing the American Bald Eagle nests around the area.

She is survived by her husband of 57 years, Ralph; daughter, Janet Marie Pillatzki; son, Daniel Paul (Kathy) Pillatzki; grandchildren, Amanda Kate (Alex) Pillatzki Lesov and Megan Danielle Pillatzki; Brother, Jim (Pat) Kirchberg.

Janet is preceded in death by her parents, and brother Joe Kirchberg.

Source: Stenshoel Houske Funeral Home website
www.stenshoelhouske.com

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Douglas Eugene Wick

1951-2015

May 21, 1951 - July 11, 2015

Resided in Crookston, Minnesota

Obituary

Douglas Eugene Wick, 64, of Crookston passed away July 11, 2015 at Altru Hospital in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Doug was born May 21, 1951 in Crookston Minnesota to Kenneth and Marge (Steinert) Wick, he was the oldest of the three children.

He attended Mount St. Benedict, and graduated from Central High School in 1969.

He then began working for Donarski Brothers, Strata Corporation and Bradshaw as a heavy equipment operator. He worked at Crookston Building Center as a yard man and at Captain Crooks until his two year battle with cancer became too much.

In December 1976, Doug married Charlotte Rouland, and together they raised three children; Ingrid, Nathaniel and Alexander.

Doug enjoyed fishing and camping at Long Lake with his best friend John. He loved the outdoors, working on vehicles, spending time with his family and off-roading activities. He liked to keep busy and did everything at a fast pace.

He is survived by his children: Ingrid (partner, Michael) Wick, Nathaniel Wick and Alexander Wick; grandchildren: Parker Wick, Exzavior Adame Wick and Aaliyah; sisters, Karen (Les) Gervais and Janet (Kevin) Krause.

Doug was preceded in death by his parents.

A memorial service will be at 11 AM Wednesday, July 15, at Stenshoel-Houske Funeral Home of Crookston. Visitation will be one hour prior.

Source: Stenshoel Houske Funeral Home website
www.stenshoelhouske.com

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Alice Marie (Kucera) Jerik

1916-2015

Alice Jerik, 99, passed away on Wednesday morning, July 15, 2015, in Altru Healthcare, Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Alice was born on June 24, 1916, in Tabor, Minnesota, to Frank and Josephine Kucera.

She was united in marriage to Charles Jerik on October 13, 1938.

She is survived by her daughters, Darlyne (Donald) Votava of Warren, Minnesota, Sharon (Robert) Eichhorst of Thompson, North Dakota, Lois Dodds of Willsonville, Oregon, and Susan (Jerome) Weber of Thompson.

A complete obituary will be posted later today.

Services are pending at Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Warren.

Source: DuBore Funeral Home website


Alice M. Jerik passed away on July 15, 2015, at Altru Hospital in Grand Forks, North Dakota, at the age of 99.

Alice Marie Kucera was born June 24, 1916, in Salol, Minnesota, to Frank and Josephine (Triske) Kucera. She attended country school in the Tabor, Minnesota area. On October 13th, 1938, she was united in marriage to Charles F. Jerik. They made their home near Warren, Minnesota, where they were engaged in farming, raising cattle, hogs, and chickens. They belonged to Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church and was actively involved with the Ladies Aide.

Alice loved Christmas. Each year, the children and grandchildren came to her house for great company, excellent food, and especially the little gift bags she made up for each grandchild which were filled with Christmas candy, homemade popcorn balls, and a dollar. She made that a tradition we all loved.

After Charles passed away, on May 13th 1997, Alice moved to an apartment in Warren, where she lived until she suffered a stroke in September of 2010, after which she moved to Valley Eldercare in Grand Forks.

Left to mourn her passing are her children, Darlyne (Don) Votava of Warren, Sharon (Robert) Eichhorst of Thompson, North Dakota, Lois Dodds of Wilsonville, Oregon, and Susan (Jerome) Weber of Thompson; and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

In addition to her husband, Alice was preceded in death by a daughter, Doris Weiland; grandchildren, Charlotte and Joseph Weiland; her parents; and a brother, William Kucera.

Mass of Christian Burial: Saturday, July 18, 2015, at 10:30 AM, in Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Warren, Minnesota.

Visitation: One hour prior to Mass.

Interment: Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Warren.

Source: DuBore Funeral Home website

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