Well Known Woman of Traill County Dies
Hillsboro, N.D., Oct. 28. - Mrs. Charles Bohleg, formerly Clara Bohnsack of Traill county, died at her home in St. Paul. Deceased was well known In this territory, having taught music and drawing in the city schools. Three years ago she was married and moved to St. Paul. She is survived by two infant daughters, her husband, two sisters and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bohnsack. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), October 23, 1916; tr. by F. Coleman]
Charles H. Brown
Finley, N. D., Aug 6 - Charles H. Brown, a former hotel man of this city, committed suicide by shooting himself through the head at Poison Mont., where he has been in the hotel business since leaving here a year ago. The man lived nearly 24 hours after firing the fatal shot but did not regain consciousness. Ill health is supposed to be the cause of his rash act. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), August 7, 1912; p. 6; tr. by F. Coleman]
MAYVILLE LAD IS INSTANTLY KILLED
Automobile Overturns When Party Returns from Church Festival - Mother of Boy Hurt.
William Brunsdale, little son of Mrs. Margaret Brunsdale was instantly killed and his mother sustained severe bruises when the Brunsdale automobile crashed into a defective culvert about half a mile east of Mayville. Mrs. Brunsdale and her son were caught under the machine, which tipped entirely over. Mrs. Brunsdale with sons Elmer and William, accompanied by Mrs. A. E. Lien and Harry Solberg were returned from church festivities in Gran church, seven miles from Mayville. Mrs. Lien was held down by the machine but was not hurt. Solberg and Elmer Brunsdale were thrown clear of the machine. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), July 4, 1908, p. 10; tr. by F. Coleman]
Frank H. Colby
Died, in Portland, Frank H. Colby, aged 47. The deceased had been an invalid for several years. [The Dickinson Press (Dickinson, ND) 12 Mar 1892, p1; tr by KT]
E. C. Coles
PROMINENT HATTON MAN DIED MONDAY
Hatton, N. D., May 7 - E. C. Coles, for the past several years a resident of this city, died at his home here at 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon, following a prolonged illness, from consumption. He is survived by a widow and three children, all of Hatton. Funeral services will beheld Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and internment will made In the local cemetery. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), May 8, 1917, p. 8; tr. by F. Coleman]
Jennie H. Een
Mrs. Alfred Een, 52, Of Rudyard, Passes; Funeral Is Thursday
Havre, Jan. 30 - Mrs. Alfred Een, 52, of the Rudyard community, died at a Havre hospital. Funeral services will be Thursday at the Rudyard community hall, with the Rev. N. L. Maggelsson officiating. Mrs. Jennie Hilda Een was born June 19, 1887, in Traill county, North Dakota. She married Alfred Een Dec 21, 1910, at Newberg, N.D. She came with her husband to Rudyard in 1912 and settled with him on the homestead where they have lived ever since. She was a member of the Rudyard Lutheran church. Surviving are her husband and nine children: Mrs. M. A. Kinder, Townsend; Perry and Arthur, Rudyard; Mrs. John Cremer Jr.; Bernice Een, Spokane, and Clarence, Bertha, Robert and Inez, Rudyard. [Great Falls Tribune (Great Falls, Mont.) 31 Jan 1940, p4]
John Ellingson, sent to the state hospital from Traill county, recently died. He was injured in a granary accident following a storm. [The Wahpeton Times (Wahpeton, Dakota [N.D.]), September 27, 1906; tr. by F. Coleman]
WILLIAM ELY IS KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT - Prominent Mayville Man is Killed in Accident at Los Angeles.
Mayville, N. D., Jan. 19. - Word was received here today of the death of William Ely in an automobile accident at Los Angeles, Cal., yesterday. The message does not give particulars of the accident. Wm. Ely was one of the prominent men and pioneers of this section of the country, coming to Mayille in the early days. So far as known no arrangements have been made for the funeral and it is not known if it will be held here or conducted in Los Angeles, where the family is spending the winter. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), January 20, 1918, p. 2; tr. by F. Coleman]
Hans P. Engh
PORTLAND MAN IS KILLED - Is Whirled To Death In The Machinery Of An Elevator - Dies Soon After Being Found
Hans P. Engh, for many years manager of the Cargill elevator at Portland, was whirled to his death in the machinery of the mill Wednesday. While engaged in oiling the machinery, his clothing caught in a shaft and he was whirled around and then thrown in the pit. When he was removed it was found that one of his legs was broken and an arm was nearly torn from the body. There was a bad wound in his side and cuts and bruises about his head and body. He died a few hours after being found. He was a resident of Portland for 20 years and leaves a wife and three children. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), September 14, 1907, p. 6; tr. by F. Coleman]
Cummings Boy Is Drowning Victim
Mayville, N, D., Aug. 15. - John Freeland, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Freeland of near Cummings N.D., was drowned in Goose river on the Brunsdale farm Sunday when a canoe in which he and three companions were boating overturned. None of the four could swim and it was through the efforts of a Mrs. Oas and her two daughters that the three other boys were rescued. [Bismarck Tribune (Bismarck, ND), August 15, 1927, p. 2.; tr. by F. Coleman]
Lydia H Gierke
Lydia H. Gierke, 95, formerly of Hillsboro, died Saturday, Nov. 2, 1991, in Medcenter One, Mandan, N.D. Lydia Wolfgram was born July 3, 1896, in Hillsboro, the daughter of Minna and Fred Wolfgram. She attended school in Niagara, N.D., where she married the Rev. William H. Gierke Nov. 23, 1915. They lived in Upham, Hannover and Bismarck N.D. William Gierke died Dec. 28, 1967. Survivors are her son; Kenneth, Sacramento, Calif.; daughters, Irene (Mrs. Raymond) Henke, Center, N.D.; Eleanore (Mrs. Earl) Byers, Sacramento, Calif., Loraine (Mrs. Thomas) Marundale, Fargo, N.D. and Marilys (Mrs. Wesley) Kunz, Northwood, N.D.; 14 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-granddaughters. She was preceded in death by six brothers, six sisters, two grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. Services; 10:30 a.m. today St. Peter Lutheran Church, Hannover, N.D. Arrangements are with Buehler-Larson Funeral Chapel, New Salem, N.D. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), November 6, 1991; Submitted by Ida Maack Recu]
Died at Hillsboro, Mrs. Marguerite Hepner [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), August 11, 1895; Submitted by K.T.]
Avis Marian Kohal
Avis Marian Kohal, 80, of Talent, died Thursday, August 16, 2001 at Three Fountains Nursing Center in Medford. A memorial service was held at 1:30 p.m. Monday, August 20, 2001 at Grace Lutheran Church in Ashland, with Pastor Tony Schultz officiating. Inurnment will be in Mayville, N.D.
Avis was born December 17, 1920 in Mayville, N.D., to Henri and Hanah Wenaas. She married Donald Kohal August 1, 1972 in Reno, Nev. She moved to Coos Bay area in Oregon in 1948 from North Dakota. In 1975, she moved to the Rogue Valley.
She enjoyed needlepoint, crocheting, and was an avid reader. She was a member of the Grace Lutheran Church of Ashland.
Survivors include her husband Donald Kohal of Talent; a son, David Enge of Albany, Ore.; a stepson, Alan Kohal of Pinehurst, Idaho; four brothers, Steve Wenaas of Carrington, N.D., Donald Wenaas of Jamestown, N.D., Harold Wenaas of Great Falls, Mont., and Charles Wenaas of Mayville, N.D.; two sisters, Beverly Sorenson of Joliet, Ill., and Helen Fay Wenaas of Mayville, N.D.; seven grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, and one brother, Lt. Col. Gorden Wenaas, who was killed in Vietnam in 1969.
Arrangements are under the direction of Abbey Funeral in Medford. [Unknown newspaper, c. Aug 2001; Contributed by Helen Wenaas]
Aged Woman At Hatton Is Killed By Fall
Hatton, N. D., Aug. 25 - Mrs. Martha Kopseng, 85, mother of Christ Kopseng, farmer near here died a few hours after falling clown the basement stairs. She received a bad cut on the head and died with in a few hours. Mrs. Kopseng came to North Dakota in 1878 and with her husband settled on a homestead near here. Kopseng, who was a veteran of the Civil war, died in 1896. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), August 26, 1922; tr. by F. Coleman]
Aged Pioneer Near Hatton Buried Today
Hatton, N. D., Oct. 23. - Knut Larson, 86, resident of Traill county since 1874, who died last Sunday was buried today from the Goose River church. Mr. Larson was born in Norway In April, 1836, came to America as a boy and lived In Iowa for a time. With his wife and family he made the trip to Dakota territory in a prairie schooner, at one place on the journey finding it necessary to use the wagon box for a row boat in crossing a swollen stream. For the past 30 years the old man lived with a son-in-law, T. O. Bratager of Newberg township. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND),October 29, 1922, sec. 3, p. 20; tr. by F. Coleman]
Mrs. O. A. Lee Dies after Short Illness
The community was shocked last Thursday afternoon at the announcement that Mrs. A. O. Lee was dead. The circumstances were quite pathetic as Mrs. Lee had been an exceptionally strong woman and had been sick but a few days. The Saturday before her death she had given birth to a son, and all seemed well until Monday when complications set in that resulted in her death. Mrs. Lee was formerly Tena Olson and was born in Trail County, North Dakota, 35 years ago and was married to Mr. Lee in her native state. The family moved to Chester (Montana) about two years ago and was much esteemed. Interment was made in the new cemetery Saturday afternoon, Dr. Holford officiating. Mrs. Lee leaves four young children and a husband to mourn her loss, and all join in extending sympathy in this sad hour. [Chester Signal (Chester, MT), April 11, 1912; Submitted by Kathie Marynik]
Lewis Lohn, the handsome and popular register of deeds of Traill county was married on the 14th instant to Miss Fanny Houghton, of Caledonia. The Pioneer offers congratulations to the newly wedded pair. [The Hope Pioneer (Hope, ND) 30 Jan 1885, p1; tr by KT]
Word has been received here that Michael O'Flaherty, an old pioneer of this county, died at his home in Otterbien, Ind., about Jan. 15. Mr. O'Flaherty came to this county with his brother Ned, in 1870 and settled near the Red river in Caledonin township. He had the distinction of being a member of the first board of county commissioners of this county, having been appointed by Governor Howard, of Dakota Territory. He was the author of the poem entitled "Squatting on the Goose," which attracted considerable attention. Mr. O'Flaherty went from here to Indiana about 10 years ago. He left some property in the shape of certificates of deposits in one of the local banks. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), Feb. 27, 1909; sub. by MZ]
Rev. Gustav Oftedal
Reverend Well Known Pastor Dies
Gustav Oftedal, formerly pastor of congregations at Dwight and Buxton, N.D., died in Minneapolis yesterday. Rev. Oftedal is well known in Grand Forks, having conducted a series of revival meetings at the Bethel church on Belmont avenue about two years ago. He was a native of Norway and had been minister in the Norwegian Free church ever since his graduation forty-one years ago. For twelve years he conducted a church at Buxton, N.D. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), August 19, 1889; Transcribed by FOFG]
DROWNED AT MAYVILLE
Mayville, June 22: Wm. Osborne, a young man whose home is supposed to be in New York, was accidentally drowned in the Goose river near the Mayville bridge last night. He was lately employed by the Preston Farming company on their farms near Blanchard. He was about 30 years old, weight 140 pounds, light complexion and mustache. The coroner's inquest found that he was subject to fits. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), June 23, 1896, p. 1; tr. by F. Coleman]
KILLED IN MAYVILLE -- George Palmer Fatally Shot by His Wife
A telephone message from Mayville gives meager reports of a shooting affair at that place Sunday morning in which George Palmer lost his life. His wife was fooling with a 22-calibre rifle and it was accidentally discharged, the ball taking fatal effect in the body of Mr. Palmer. The family recently moved to Mayville from Iowa, and Mr. Palmer was a prominent Odd-Fellow. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), February 4, 1896, p. 5; tr. by F. Coleman]
WAS PROMINENT STATE DOCTOR
Dr. William Philip of Hope, Prominent State Medical Authority Dead
Hope, N. D., March 24: Dr. William Herries Madden Philip who died recently, was prominent in state medical circles and will be greatly missed as a medical authority. Dr. Philip was a member of the Hope congregational church, affiliated with the Masonic fraternity, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Brotherhood of American Yeoman, and Modern Woodmen of America. For years he was surgeon for the Great Northern railway, a member of the International association of railway surgeons, American medical association, State medical society, and the Cass county medical association. He was chosen on the first Slate board of medical examiners, was coroner of Steele county, a member of the county board of health and insanity, county physician and at the time of his decease a member of the local school board. [Evening Times (Grand Forks, ND), March 24, 1908, p. 2; tr. by F. Coleman]
Mrs. O. H. Pladson
HATTON WOMAN DIES AT FARGO
Fargo, N. D., April 28: Mrs. O. H. Pladson, aged 63 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. K. K. Bakken of 721 Ninth street North. She had been confined to her bed for some time and death was not unexpected. A month ago she had come to the city to visit with her daughter and was suddenly taken ill about one week after her arrival. The deceased was born in Norway and emigrated Into this country when quite young. After her marriage she settled down on a farm near Hatton. Seven children survive her. Funeral arrangements are not complete as yet but the services will probably take place at the Norwegian Lutheran church at Hatton. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), April 29, 1915, p. 3; tr. by F. Coleman]
H. D. Skrivseth
RITES HELD FOR H. D. SKRIVSETH
Services were held Monday at 2 p.m. from Carson and Balster Funeral Home for H. D. Skrivseth, 67, local photographer, who died at his home Friday morning at 1:30. Rev. H. D. Green officiated with interment in Mt. Hope cemetery. Henning D. Skrivseth was born in Buxton, North Dakota, April 26, 1881. He was the son of Jacob Skrivseth and Bertha Christiansen. On March 18, 1814, he married Nell Best at Minot, North Dakota. Twenty-one years ago they came to Maquoketa where he followed his trade as a photographer. Mr. Skrivseth is survived by his widow, three children, Margaret Skrivseth of Clinton, H. D. "Bud" Skrivseth of Maquoketa and Mrs. Lois Werden of Baldwin, one brother, Jay Skrivseth of Willison, North Dakota, one sister, Mrs. Margaret Anderson of Fargo, North Dakota, his mother, Mrs. J. L. Skrivseth of Willison, North Dakota, and four grandchildren. [Maquoketa Community Press (Maquoketa, IA), October 7, 1948; submitted by Ken Wright]
Isaac N. Steen
Isaac N. Steen, a prominent member of the Traill county bar, was married to Miss Lillian Hunt of Grand Haven, Mich. They will be at home in Mayville after June 26. [The Minneapolis Journal (Minneapolis, Minn) 10 Jun 1901, p7; tr by KT]
Thor O. Stenmo
T. O. Stenmo, Prominent Hatton Farmer, Dead
Hatton, N. D. Jan. 10. - The funeral of Thor O. Stenmo, a prominent farmer of this district, who died at the Northwood hospital Monday, will be here tomorrow and internment made at the St. Johns cemetery. Rev. Tjornhom officiating.
The deceased was born in Hallingdal, Norway, in 1843, and came to the United States and settled in Iowa in 1869. In 1883 he moved to the Hatton district, settling on a homestead. While in Iowa he was married to Miss Ragnhild Fluto. The deceased Ieaves behind the widow, five children, Ole Stenmo of Northwood; State Senator Albert Stenmo, Merrifield; Marlin Stenmo, Hatton; Mrs. Gustav Melaas, Hatton; and H. B. King, Hurd, N, D. The deceased was one of the foremost farmers of the Hatton district and was very prominent in church and social affairs. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), January 11, 1918, p. 3; tr. by F. Coleman]
Hon. Lewis Thompson, one of the prominent members of the last legislature, died at his residence in Buxton, on Friday last. Mr. Thompson was one of the foremost citizens of Traill county and leaves behind him a wide circle of friends who regret his sudden removal. [The Dickinson Press (Dickinson, D.T. [N.D.]), June 13, 1891; tr. by F. Coleman]
John Wadman, formerly cashier of the bank at Galesburg, died recently at Los Angeles, Cal., where he went because of ill health. [Grand Forks Herald (Grand Forks, ND), May 4, 1907; tr by MZ]
Charles T. Wenaas
The memorial service for Charles "Chuck" Truman Wenaas, 75, Manor Care, Fargo, ND, formerly of Mayville, ND, was held at 2 PM Wednesday, June 9th, at First American Lutheran Church in Mayville. He died Saturday June 5th at MeritCare Hospital in Fargo.
Chuck was born February 8, 1935, in Mayville where he grew up and graduated from high school. Chuck attended the University of North Dakota and Mayville State University, where he earned a teaching degree. He married Patricia Jean Eken of Hatton, ND, on June 22, 1958. After graduation Chuck taught school at Rock Lake and Hoople, ND. He then started a paint contracting business, eventually returning to Mayville, where he worked until retiring. Chuck also served in the North Dakota National Guard, Chuck loved the outdoors, including hunting, fishing, gardening, and cutting firewood. He knew all of the backroads to everywhere, and always seemed to take the road less traveled. Chuck was very opioniated, be it politics or anything else, and never hesitated to give you his opinion.
He was preceded in death by his wife Patricia, his parents Henry and Hannah, his brother Gordon Wenaas and sister Avis Kohal. He is survived by his brothers Steve (Lorrie) Wenaas of Carrington, ND, Don (Alta) Wenaas of Jamestown, ND, Harold (Leona) Wenaas of Great Falls, MT, and sisters Beverly Sorenson of Joliet, IL, and Helen Wenaas of Mayville, daughters Kathy (Paul) Kibler, Moorhead, MN, Lori (Fred) Coleman of Alexandria, VA, and Julie (Nate) Jensen of St. John, ND, eight grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. [Unknown newspaper/date; Contributed by Helen Wenaas}
Donald M. Wenaas
(July 8, 1925 - September 11, 2011)
Donald Wenaas, 86, of Jamestown, ND, died Sunday, September 11, 2011 at Medcenter One in Bismarck, ND.
Donald M. Wenaas was born at Mayville, ND, July 8, 1925, the son of Henry and Hannah (Gilberts) Wenaas. Don graduated from Mayville High School in 1943 and entered the US Navy that same year. He served in the Pacific Theatre and was in China when WWII ended. After being discharged from the US Navy in 1946, Don attended NDSU. He received an engineering degree from NDSU and a teaching degree from Mayville State. On June 13, 1948, he was united in marriage to Alta Stromberg at Hope, ND. In 1950, Don began teaching math and science at Hanlontown, Iowa, and in 1954 accepted a teaching position in Northwood, ND. In 1956, he accepted the position of assistant city engineer of Grand Forks, ND. In 1959, Don became the City Engineer of the City of Jamestown, a position he held until 1974. He later did consulting engineering and surveying. Don was active for many years in the Jamestown Lions, from which he received the Melvin Jones Award, and the American Legion, serving as both Post and District Commander. He was also a member of the Elks, Eagles, and served on the Salvation Army board. Don was a longtime volunteer of the Jamestown Fire Dept. He was also a Park Board Commissioner, serving for 14 years and was very instrumental in the construction of the new clubhouse.
Don was baptized into the Norwegian Lutheran Church, Mayville and was a charter member of Atonement Lutheran Church, Jamestown.
He enjoyed woodworking, gardening, and his many Canadian fishing trips and sporting events of all kinds.
Don is survived by his wife of 63 years, Alta Wenaas, Jamestown; three children, Joyce (Dwaine) Heinrich, Jamestown, Larry (Jan) Wenaas, Dilworth, MN, and Hal (Mary Jane) Wenaas, Litchfield, MN; four grandchildren, Troy (Wenda) LeFevre, Jamestown, David Wenaas, Arkansas, Crystal Wenaas, Minneapolis, and Hannah Wenaas, of Dilworth, MN; five great-grandchildren; two brothers, Steve (Lorraine) Wenaas, Carrington, ND, and Dr. Harold (Leona) Wenaas, Great Falls, MT; and two sisters, Helen Wenaas, Mayville, ND and Beverly Sorenson, Joliet, Illinois. He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers; and one sister. [Unknown newspaper, c. Sept 2011; Contributed by Helen Wenaas]
Gordon J. Wenass
U.S. Department of Defense Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs) News Release
VIETNAM WAR MIAS IDENTIFIED
Eleven U.S. Air Force servicemen missing in action from the Vietnam War have been identified and are being returned to their families for burial.
They are identified as Col. Charles P. Claxton, Chicago, Ill.; Col. Donald E. Fisher, Halfway, Ore.; Lt. Col. Edwin N. Osborne, Jr., Raiford, Fla.; Lt. Col. Gerald G. Van Buren, Toledo, Ohio; Lt. Col. Gordon J.Wenaas, Mayville, N.D.; Maj. Frank C. Parker III, Bridgeport, Pa.; Chief Master Sgt. Jack McCrary, Madison, Tenn.; Chief Master Sgt. Wayne A. Eckley, Enterprise, Ore.; Chief Master Sgt. Gean P. Clapper, Altoona, Pa.; and Chief Master Sgt. James R. Williams, Charlotte, N.C. The name of the eleventh crew member is not being released at the request of his family.
On Dec. 29, 1967, their Air Force C-130E Hercules took off from Nha Trang, Republic of Vietnam, on a special mission over North Vietnam. Approximately four hours into their mission, the crew made a radio report from an area near Lai Chau Province, North Vietnam. When they failed to return to base, a visual and electronic search was initiated. About a month later, the search was ended when the aircraft could not be located.
In October and November 1992, a joint U.S./Socialist Republic of Vietnam team interviewed five witnesses who had knowledge of the crash site. Two of the witnesses had visited the area of the crash in 1967 or 1968 and provided information about the site. Some of the witnesses turned over identification cards or tags that contained the names of some of the crew members. The team visited the site and recovered some human remains.
In February 1993, the government of Vietnam turned over additional remains and a photocopy of more identification media. In October and November a joint team led by Joint Task Force-Full Accounting excavated the suspected crash site where they recovered aircraft wreckage, personal effects and human remains. In 1994 and 1995, Vietnamese citizens and government officials turned over additional remains.
Department of Defense analysts concluded from the distribution of the aircraft wreckage that the C-130 hit a mountainside and that the crew was unaware of the impending crash. Nine parachutes were accounted for among the artifacts recovered, and there are no unresolved live sighting reports associated with this incident.
Analysis of the remains and other evidence by the U.S. Army Central Identification Laboratory Hawaii established the identification of the eleven servicemen.
The U.S. government welcomes and appreciates the cooperation of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam that resulted in the accounting of these servicemen. We hope that such cooperation will bring increased results in the future. Achieving the fullest possible accounting of Americans missing in action is of the highest national priority. [IMMEDIATE RELEASE No. 659-00 October 26, 2000; tr. by F. Coleman]
Ronald “Cardboard” Stuart, 89, a long-time resident of Hillsboro, ND and recently Northwood, ND, passed away peacefully on Saturday, September 4, 2021 at Northwood Deaconess Health Center.
Ronald Walter Stuart was born May 28, 1932 to Gordon and Freda (Engel) Stuart in Grand Forks, ND. After the passing of his father, when Ron was six years old, his mother moved the family to Hillsboro. He was confirmed in Our Saviors Lutheran Church, and graduated Hillsboro High School in 1950.
Ron married Vernita Bailey on April 12, 1956. Together they made their home in Hillsboro while operating Stuart Implement, farming and raising their four children.
Ron was mayor of Hillsboro from 1966-1974. He loved to fly and was at the helm until age 82. Ron was an avid runner, a sportsman, a good steward of the land, a keen business man, had an exemplary work ethic and a wit not always appreciated. You always knew where you stood with Ron. He loved his family and friends, with his favorite being the dog, Cactus.
Ronald is survived by his sons Jeff (Melissa) of Blanchard, ND and Brad of Hillsboro; daughter Beth Ann (Aaron) Johnson of rural Hatton, ND; grandchildren Macy Stuart, Jens Johnson, Caitlyn Stuart, Scott Johnson, Colton Stuart, and Ashley, Josh and Andrew Henn; brother Thomas (Toni) Stuart of Berlin, MD; sisters-in-law Mary Stuart of Brea, CA, Lois Stuart of Oceanside, CA, and Dianne Bailey of Detroit Lakes, MN; and several extended family members.
Ron was preceded in death by his father and mother; wife Vernita; son Greg; twin brother Bob; sister Margaret O’Donnell; brothers and sisters-in-law Bud (Irene) Stuart, Art Stuart, Jack (Beverly) Stuart, Bill (Jan) Stuart; and grandson Benjamin Ronald Stuart.
A Graveside Service will be held Friday, September 17, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. in the Riverside Cemetery, rural Hillsboro. Following will be a time for celebration and fellowship at the United Parish UMC-UCC Church in Hillsboro.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Wildeman-Boulger Funeral Home in Hillsboro.
Earlen R. Hogue, 75, Glyndon, Minn., died Thursday in Moorhead Health Care under the care of Hospice of the Red River Valley. The funeral will be Monday at 1 in Wright Funeral Home, Moorhead.
William Manthey, 83, Hillsboro, N.D., died Thursday in Hillsboro Medical Center Nursing Home. The funeral will be Monday at 10 in St. John Lutheran Church, Hillsboro. (Wildeman, Hillsboro)
Evelyn Sittko, 95, Ada, Minn., died Thursday in Bridges Care Community, Ada. The funeral is Monday at 10:30 in Faith United Church, Ada. (Fredrikson, Ada)
Robert L. Ewald, 79, Wahpeton, N.D., died Thursday in St. Catherine's Living Center, Wahpeton. The funeral is Tuesday at 11 in Peace Lutheran Church, Barney, N.D. (Vertin-Munson, Wahpeton)
Beatrice Jordet, 80, Enderlin, N.D., died Thursday in Maryhill Manor, Enderlin. (Armstrong, Enderlin)
Stanley Wang, 66, Fertile, Minn., died Thursday in Fair Meadow Nursing Home, Fertile. (Erikson-Vik, Fertile)
Lucille Schelkoph, 75, Valley City, N.D., died Thursday in Mercy Hospital, Valley City. The funeral will be Monday at 11 in Epworth United Methodist Church, Valley City. (Lerud-Johnson-Schult, Valley City)
Frances Miller, 97, Forman, N.D., died Thursday in Oakes (N.D.) Community Hospital. The funeral will be Monday at 10:30 in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Forman. (Price, Forman)
James A. Schultz, 62, Dwight, N.D., died Wednesday in his home. The funeral will be Monday at 11 in Bethel Lutheran Church, Wahpeton, N.D. (Vertin-Munson, Wahpeton)
Duane Lemm, 79, Kelso, N.D., died Friday, March 27, 2009, at Hillsboro (N.D.) Medical Center under the care of hospice.
Mr. Lemm was born Nov. 26, 1929, at his parents' farm in Ervin Township, North Dakota, the son of Norbert and Bertha (Kuvaas) Lemm. He later moved with his family to Bohnsack and Kelso townships in North Dakota. He attended the Bohnsack rural school and graduated from Hillsboro High School in 1947. He attended North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, where he was active in the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He graduated in 1957 with a degree in mechanical engineering. He married Elizabeth Jones on July 1, 1952, in Fargo. After a short time spent in California where he worked as an engineer, they returned to North Dakota where they lived near Kelso. He farmed, raising small grains, soybeans and sugar beets. He servie on the Kelso township board for more than 52 years; on the Traill County Water Management Board; served two terms as president of the State Water Management District Association; was president of the Red River Water Resource board; and an organizer of the Traill County Rural Water System. He was a director of the North Dakota Grain Growers Association, served on the North Dakota Barley Council, the Hillsboro Health & Humanities Board, Hillsboro Vocational Education Advisory Board, was a director for the Grandin Co-op and a 4-H leader. He was active in Hillsboro Kiwanis and a member of Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Hillsboro.
He is survived by his wife; a son, Randy (Julie), Hillsboro; three daughters, Kathryn Lemm, Jamestown, Susan Lemm, Warroad, Minn., and Sharon (James) Hardwick, Helena, Mont.; and four granddaughters.
He was preceded in death by an infant son, Stuart Alan; his parents; a brother, Kenneth; and three sisters, Evelyn Bradford, Dolores Overmoe and Darlene Lemm.
Services: 11 a.m. Wednesday, Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Hillsboro.
Prayer service: 7 p.m. Tuesday at the church.
Visitation: 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday and one hour before the service at the church. Arrangements by Wildeman Funeral Home, Hillsboro.
Burial: St. Rose of Lima Cemetery, Hillsboro.
Online guestbook: www. boulgerfuneralhome.com
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Browse the most recent North Dakota obituaries and condolences. There are no additional photos for Edwin Olsen at this time. Boulger Funeral Home of Fargo, ND is a family owned funeral home offering funerals, preplanning, cremation services & memorial services as well as a broad selection of caskets, urns & vaults. These free Florida obits come from the ObitCity.com national free obituary website. He was predeceased by : his parents, Edwin C. Olsen and Agnes Olsen (Kyster); his step-father Albin; and his brothers, Lester, Johnny and Henry. Buddy Boy has been neutered, his … Prepare a personalized obituary for someone you loved.. Echovita offers a solidarity program that gives back the funds generated to families. Receive obituaries from the city or cities of your choice. In lieu of flowers, memorial may be directed to the Ed and Marlis Olsen 509 Scholarship Fund at Hillsboro High School, PO Box 579, Hillsboro, ND 58045. The Wildeman-Boulger Funeral Home in Hillsboro, North Dakota was established in 1915 by Albert L. Halverson, as the Halverson Funeral Home. The incident occurred shortly before 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23, about five miles north of Hillsboro and involved a semi and an SUV. Echovita Inc® is a registered trademark. Please accept Echovita’s sincere condolences. Copyright © 2021 Echovita Inc. All rights reserved. Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home 2323 West Brandon Blvd, Brandon (813) 689-8121 Stowers Funeral Home 401 West Brandon Blvd, Brandon (813) 689-1211 McKinnie Funeral Home 5304 Bowden Hill Rd, Campbellton (850) 263-3333 Coral Ridge Funeral Home & Cemetery 1630 SW Pine Island Road, Cape Coral (239) 283-0540 Celebrate and remember the lives we have lost in Grand Forks, North Dakota. He is young and colored black and white. He is survived by : his wife Marlis; his children, Jerry Olsen (Kathy) of Park Rapids, MN, Bonnie Mueller (Richard) of Hillsboro, ND, Tom Olsen (Stephanie) of Hillsboro, ND, James Olsen (Jackie) of Eden Prairie, MN and Lynette Gust (Terry) of Eden Prairie, MN. Wildeman-Boulger Funeral Home – Hillsboro. Sign up to get the most recent local obituaries delivered to your inbox. Oscar Rath, age 87, and long-time resident of Rockwall, TX, passed away on October 12, 2020. She was born in Minot, ND, on June 9, 1940, the first of four children of Darwin and Clyda Langland Thompson. Celebrate and remember the lives we have lost in North Dakota. Write your message of sympathy today. Serving the Red River Valley since 1897Contact [email protected] MIAMI, FLORIDA: C.W. The funeral home was located on Caledonia Avenue before moving to its current location at 118 SE 3rd Street when the new Wildeman-Boulger Funeral Home was constructed in 1959. We offer funeral services, funeral preplanning, memorial celebration of life planning, traditional funeral service followed by cremation services and cremation with memorial services among other service options. DeAnne J. Moser Date Of Birth: 06/09/1940 Date of Death: 02/13/2021 DeAnne Janette Moser , 80, of Hillsboro, OR, died peacefully on Saturday, Feb. 13, 2021. This affiliation gives us the opportunity to provide personal attention to each family we serve as well as the ability to offer a variety of options. In 1997 we became affiliated with Boulger Funeral Home of Fargo, and Fredrikson-Boulger Funeral Chapel of Kindred. A unique and lasting tribute for a loved one. Here is Edwin Olsen’s obituary. Funeral arrangement under the care ofBoulger Funeral Home. Obituaries Newsletter. Our Saviors Lutheran Church - Hillsboro 204 E Caledonia Ave, Hillsboro, ND 58045, Our Savior's Lutheran Church 204 E Caledonia Ave, Hillsboro, ND 58045. Enter your email below to learn more about pre-arranging. ; and his siblings, James Nelson, Harriet Tody and Shirley Tart. Would you like to offer Edwin Olsen’s loved ones a condolence message? It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Edwin Olsen in Hillsboro, North Dakota, born in Mason, Wisconsin, who passed away on January 15, 2021, leaving to mourn family and friends. It also makes sense to plan for that which is inevitable. ©2021 Boulger Funeral Home | Caring and Affordable Here is Edwin Olsen’s obituary. In 1960 the name changed to Halverson-Wildeman Funeral Home when Carl Wildeman, son-in-law of Albert, joined the business. You can add a photo to pay tribute to Edwin Olsen. We are a privately owned funeral home. Wildeman-Boulger Funeral Home – Hillsboro, Fredrikson-Boulger Funeral Chapel – Kindred. HILLSBORO, N.D. — A man who founded a hardware store here, and raised eyebrows by building his own coffin several years ago, has died from complications of … It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Edwin Olsen in Hillsboro, North Dakota, born in Mason, Wisconsin, who passed away on January 15, 2021, leaving to mourn family and friends. He was born on October 30, 1932, in Wishek, ND, to John Rath and Alvina (Foederer) Rath. The importance of saying "I love you" during COVID-19, Effective ways of dealing with the grieving process, Solutions to show your sympathy safely during the Covid-19 pandemic. Buddy Boy, a male, doberman pinscher/terrier mix, is the 2nd Chance Pet Adoptions Pet of the Week. Florida Obituaries, P-S Florida Obituaries, T-Z. In 1960 the name changed to Halverson-Wildeman Funeral Home when Carl Wildeman, son-in-law of Albert, joined the business. We are a 4th Generation family owned business serving the Red River Valley and surrounding communities since 1897. ABELE, C.W. About Boulger Funeral Home. The staff of Wildeman-Boulger Funeral Home is also committed to offering the community and surrounding communities throughout the Red River Valley the highest quality of service available. Planning ahead gives us the opportunity to prepare for future events of importance to us and those we love. Friday, 1/22 Boys Basketball (SVC) Unioto 49, Piketon 46; Adena 45, Westfall 28; Paint Valley 57, Southeastern 60 Zane Trace at Huntington - Postponed (FAC) Washington CH 67, Chillicothe 62; Jackson 64, Hillsboro 73 McClain 38, Miami Trace 32 (MSL) Edwin Olsen Obituary. "Doc" Abele, 75, died May 4, 1963. The Wildeman-Boulger Funeral Home in Hillsboro, North Dakota was established in 1915 by Albert L. Halverson, as the Halverson Funeral Home. Browse the most recent Grand Forks, North Dakota obituaries and condolences. 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