Miscellaneous Burleigh County, North Dakota Obituaries


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ABERLE, Sister Imelda (Anna Mary) 
RICHARDTON -- Sister Imelda (Anna Mary) Aberle, 85, Sacred Heart Monastery, Richardton, died July 27, 1996, in a Bismarck nursing home. Services will be held at 10 a.m. MDT today at Sacred Heart Monastery, Richardton, with the Rev. David Wolf officiating. Burial will be in the monastery cemetery, with Prioress Paula Larson presiding.
Sister Imelda, the third oldest of five children, was born April 13, 1911, to Frances (Vetter) and Anton Aberle, on a farm in Emmons County. After grade school she stayed at home to work on the farm. She entered Sacred Heart Monastery, then located at Garrison in 1930. She made her monastic profession in 1932. She served as cook, laundress, boarding school prefect, and convent housekeeper for the Catholic Schools in Fallon, Garrison, Karlsruhe, Elbowoods, and at Sacred Heart Convent and St. Leo's School in Minot. She was also a cook at St. Luke's Hospital in Crosby, and St. Vincent's Care Center in Bismarck. From 1971 to 1996 she was stationed at Sacred Heart Monastery in Richardton where she was first in charge of maintenance and purchasing, and then took care of hospitality for guests and spirituality center groups. Sister Imelda was esteemed and loved by everyone who walked in the door of the monastery for her natural ability to welcome friends and strangers all as Christ. She was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers; and one sister.
She is survived by several nephews and nieces, as well as the Sisters of Sacred Heart Monastery.
Pallbearers are the Sisters of the monastery. (Mischel-Olson Chapel, Dickinson)

RAPID CITY, S.D. -- Norma Abraham, 60, Rapid City, died July 19, 1996, in the Rapid City hospital. Services will be at 1 p.m. today at Behrens Mortuary, Rapid City, with burial in Anderson, Ind.
She is survived by two sons, Bruce Nelson, Owatonna, Minn., and Brian Nelson, Bismarck; one daughter, Linda Erickson, Rapid City; one sister, Betty Ann Charlton, Anderson; and one brother, Larry Scherer, Texas. 

ACKERMAN (SAND), Alice Louise 
Alice Louise Sand, 41, Plattsmouth, Neb., died May 31, 1997, in an Omaha, Neb. hospital. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at First Presbyterian Church, Plattsmouth, with burial in Wishek Cemetery.
She is survived by her parents, Albert and Luella Ackerman, Wishek; one sister, Ruby Ackerman, Fargo; and two brothers, Paul Ackerman, Wishek, and Waldo Ackerman, Aurora, Colo. (Roby Funeral Home, Plattsmouth)
Alice Louise Sand, 41, Plattsmouth, Neb., died May 31, 1997, in the Omaha, Neb. nursing home. Services were held June 3 at First Presbyterian Church, Plattsmouth, with the Rev. Dan Molyneux officiating. Burial was in Wishek Cemetery.
Alice was born Oct. 12, 1955, in Bismarck, the daughter of Albert and Luella (Ulmer) Ackerman. She grew up on the family farm near Wishek and received her education in Wishek Public Schools, graduating from Wishek High School in 1973. Alice received an associate of science degree in accounting from North Dakota State College of Science, Wahpeton, in 1975. She was employed by the State of North Dakota and Basin Electric in Bismarck. While working in Bismarck, she continued her education at the University of Mary in Bismarck, and received a bachelor of science degree in accounting, graduating summa cum laude.
Alice married Jerry L. Sand at Wishek, Aug. 30, 1986. After their marriage she moved to Plattsmouth and was employed at University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha as an accountant.
She was a member of First Presbyterian Church, Plattsmouth.
She is survived by her husband, Jerry; her parents, Albert and Luella Ackerman, Wishek; one sister, Ruby Ackerman, Fargo; two brothers and one sister-in-law, Paul, Wishek, and Waldo and Susan, Aurora, Colo.; and one nephew, Kenneth Ackerman, Aurora.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents; and one brother, Daniel Ackerman. (Dahlstrom Funeral Home, Wishek)

Sally Klausing died of cancer in Albuquerque, N.M., Aug. 14, 1996. She was born Feb. 6, 1932, in Carrollton, Mo., to Alonzo W. Adams and Christine Clark Adams. Glen W. Huddleston was her stepfather.
Sally graduated from Carrollton High School and the University of Missouri in Columbia. She married Robert L. Klausing in Carrollton, Sept. 15, 1951. During Robert's employment with the U.S. Geological Survey, the family lived in California, North Dakota and New Mexico.
She is survived by her husband, Robert, 2725 Pennsylvania N.E., Albuquerque, N.M., 87110; two daughters and sons-in-law, Melissa and Roger Miller, Bismarck, and Mary Laura and Michael Williams; two sons and one daughter-in-law, Robert Evan and Sherry, Lee's Summit, Mo., and David Lucien, Dallas, Texas; and five grandchildren, Kendra and Zane Miller, Adam and Jenna Klausing and Sarah Williams.
Other survivors include her treasured sister and brother-in-law, Ann and Fred Long; one sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Hannah and Terry Cheak; one nephew, Keith Long; and four nieces, Ellen Long, Marilee Long, Marta Bullard and Dina Kellett.
Cremation has taken place and a private family ceremony was held in Albuquerque. Private graveside services will be scheduled for a later date at Oak Hill Cemetery, Carrollton.
In light of Sally's love for books, words and language, the family suggests memorial contributions to the library of the donor's choice. 

ADAMS (HEISER), Sylvia E. 
BELFIELD -- Sylvia E. Adams, 56, Belfield, died Nov. 7, 1996, in the Dickinson hospital. Services will be held at 10 a.m. MST Wednesday at St. Bernard's Catholic Church, Belfield. Further arrangements are pending with Price-Murphy Funeral Home, Dickinson. 
BELFIELD -- Sylvia E. Adams, 56, Belfield, died Nov. 7, 1996, in the Dickinson hospital. Services will be at 10 a.m. MST Wednesday at St. Bernard's Catholic Church, Belfield. Burial will be in St. Bernard's Cemetery, Belfield.
She is survived by two daughters, Quadraline Fulton, Beach, and Clarissa M. Kottre, Lincoln; one son, Donjowea, Dickinson; one sister, Bernajean Anderson, Finley; and two brothers, George Heiser, Finley, and Gilbert Heiser, both of Taylor. (Price-Murphy Funeral Home, Dickinson) 

AFDAHL (JOHNSON), Genevieve P. 
MAKOTI -- Genevieve P. Johnson, 78, Makoti, died Aug. 25, 1996, in the Garrison hospital. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. John's Lutheran Church, Ryder, with the Rev. Julie Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Ryder Cemetery.
Visitation will be from 6-9 tonight and 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Wednesday at Thompson Funeral Home, Garrison, and will continue at the church one hour before services.
She was born Aug. 4, 1918, at Douglas, to Knute and Josephine (Timboe) Afdahl. She was raised and educated at Douglas. She married Larry Johnson Nov. 27, 1937, at Minot. They lived in rural Ryder. They moved to Roseglen in 1955 and she worked part-time at the grocery store there. They moved to Makoti in 1967. She did baby sitting in Roseglen and Makoti. She became a resident of the ICF unit at the Garrison Memorial Hospital in October 1995.
She is survived by her husband, Larry; three sons and one daughter-in-law, Darrell, Makoti, Ardell, Chicago, and Bruce and Diane, Minot; two daughters and sons-in-law, Diane and Gorlyn Wohlk, Douglas, and Karen and Joel Anderson, Bismarck; one sister, Ann Afdahl, San Francisco; 10 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers and one son.
Pallbearers will be Clarence Behles, Tonya Anderson, Daryn Wohlk, Traci Haugen, Darnell Wohlk, and Chad Williams.

Lois Agnew, 84, of Menoken, died Sunday, March 2, 1997, in the Garrison nursing home. 
Lois was born Oct. 15, 1912, at Dickinson, to Frank and Stella (Rhodes) Frohlech. She was raised in Dickinson and was a Golden Graduate. Her father ran a grain elevator in Dickinson. They moved to Menoken where he managed the Occident Elevator. She married John Agnew in 1940 in Glendive, Mont. They lived at Menoken where they farmed and ranched. John died in 1990. 
Survivors include one son and daughter-in-law, Tom and Nanci Agnew of Menoken, one sister, Helen
Heinenmeyer of Redland, Calif.: one brother, Jack Frohlech of Stockton, Calif., one granddaughter and her husband, Tamara and Chad Hagen of Fargo, and one grandson, Sean Agnew of Menoken. 
Funeral services were held Thursday, March 6, 1997, at Ferry Funeral Home in Mandan with the Rev. Peary Wilson officiating. 
Burial was in the Menoken Cemetery under the direction of Ferry Funeral Home of Mandan. 

BEULAH -- Herbert Aipperspach, 79, Beulah, died July 2, 1996, in the Beulah nursing home. Services will be held at 11 a.m. MDT Saturday at Golgotha Lutheran Church, Golden Valley. Further arrangements are pending at Seibel Funeral Home, Beulah. 
BEULAH -- Herbert Aipperspach, 78, Beulah, died July 1, 1996, in the Beulah nursing home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Golgotha Lutheran Church, Golden Valley.
Family visitation will be from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Friday at Seibel Funeral Home, Beulah. Public visitation will be from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.
Herbert was born Sept. 12, 1917, south of Golden Valley, to Jacob and Lydia (Froeschle) Aipperspach. He attended Walker District Country School, where he graduated from eighth grade. He farmed and ranched with his father and broke horses for neighbors in his late teens and early twenties. On Oct. 21, 1952, he married Mabel Queiser in Richmond, Va. After his father passed away, Herb took over the farm and ranch and continued farming and ranching until he and Mabel retired and moved to Beulah in 1989.
Herb kept himself busy with leathercrafts, jewelry making and animal watching. Later in life, he could be seen taking daily walks near his home in Beulah. Herb was a life-long member of Golgotha Lutheran Church in Golden Valley, where he was baptized and confirmed.
Herb was a kind-hearted man who always had a story. He was deeply loved by his family.
He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Mabel; two sons and daughters-in-law, Leo and Kim and James and Patricia; three daughters and one son-in-law, Joyce, Audrey and Vicki and Dave; his grandchildren, Amy and Jenny, Michelle, Jamie, Stephanie and Ruby Jean; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Henry and Mildred, Minot, and Leroy and Betty, Beulah; three sisters and one brother-in-law, Dorothy and Louise, both of Tacoma, Wash., and Lydia and Tobias, Killdeer; and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and three sisters. 

AKERS, Kari J. 
HARVEY -- Kari J. Akers, 73, Olean, N.Y., formerly of Harvey, died May 13, 1997, in an Olean hospital. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Hillside Cemetery, Fessenden.
She is survived by two daughters, Patricia Wickenheiser, Olean, and Ginnie Laschkewitsch, Stewartville, Minn.; and one son, Butch, Harwood. (Hertz Funeral Home, Harvey) 

John Albaugh, 75, of Grand Forks, died Wednesday, December 10, 1997, in Grand Forks.
John was born April 29, 1922, at Livona, the son of Herbert and Minnie (Powers) Albaugh. He was raised and educated near Hazelton. He worked for the Civilian Conservation Corp in Larimore for several years. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1942 to 1945. He was stationed on the USS Lardner as an electrical mate 3rd class and received ribbons for service in the American Theatre and the Asiatic Pacific Theatre. After the war he came to Grand Forks. He was employed with Minkota Power Company for 40 years. He married Florence Knutson on November 30, 1957, at Grand Forks.
Survivors include his wife, one son and daughter-in-law, Mickey and Dixie of Grand Forks; two daughters and one son-in-law, Lorrie Branch of Albuquerque, New Mexico and Susan and Wayne Kuzel of Grand Forks; eight grandchildren, and one brother and sister-in-law, Ralph and Marie Albaugh of Warren, Minnesota.
He was preceded in death by his parents, ten brothers and three sisters.
Funeral services were held Saturday, December 13, 1997, at Sharon Lutheran church in Grand Forks with Rev. John Fick and Rev. Raymond Siegle officiating. Organist was Sue Kerr and Brad Holcomb was soloist.
Casketbearers were Roger Koth, Bob Albaugh, Sherwin Nelson, Harold Knutson, Marvin Albaugh, Vernon Rooker and Gary Koth.
Burial was in Sunnywood Gardens in Grand Forks.

DICKINSON -- Dorothea Johnson, 87, Dickinson, died Dec. 28, 1996, in a Bismarck hospital. Services will be at 10 a.m. MST today at St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Dickinson, with burial in Dickinson Cemetery. 
She is survived by two daughters, Elizabeth Williams, Baton Rouge, La., and Doreen Kadrmas, Bismarck; and one son, Kenneth, Oklahoma City, Okla.; and four brothers, Fred Albrecht, Rockford, Ill., Erich Albrecht, Fargo, Waldemar Albrecht, Fargo, and Harold Albrecht, Dubuque, Iowa. (Mischel-Olson Chapel, Dickinson) 

LINTON -- John J. Albrecht, 79, Linton, died July 7, 1997, in a Bismarck nursing home. Arrangements are pending at Myers Funeral Home, Linton. 

POLLOCK, S.D. -- John J. Albrecht, 79, Pollock, died July 7, 1997, in a Bismarck nursing home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at First Baptist Church, Linton, with burial in Temvik Cemetery.
He is survived by three sons, Robert, Custer, S.D., Thomas, Fargo, and John, Bismarck; one daughter, Peggy Ann Gilbertson, Richfield, Minn.; one brother, Bill, Bismarck; and one sister, Martha Shepersky, Vancouver, Wash. (Myers Funeral Home, Linton) 

John J. Albrecht, 79, of Pollock, South Dakota, died Monday, July 7, 1997, in the Baptist Home in Bismarck.
John was born January 4, 1918, on a farm in the Sand Creek area, south of Temvik, the son of Fred and Katie (Layer) Albrecht. He attended the Sand Creek Rural School. On May 15, 1945, he married Virginia Ann Klein at Aberdeen, South Dakota. They lived in Linton, California, and Bismarck before making their home on a farm northeast of Temvik in 1949. They also resided on a farm northwest of Pollock, South Dakota. John partially retired on a farm close to Langeliers Bay northwest of Pollock in the late 1970's. Virginia died on June 17, 1981. John rented out the land and retired full time in 1982. John loved to fish and spent many days on the lake with Betty and together they hosted many famous fish fries.
Survivors include his special friend, Betty Marenda of Pollock, South Dakota; three sons and two daughters-in-law, Robert and Cynthia Albrecht of Custer, South Dakota, Thomas E. and Deborah Albrecht of Fargo, and John F. Albrecht of Bismarck; one daughter and son-in-law, Peggy Ann and Jim Gilbertson of Richfield, Minnesota; seven grandchildren; one brother, Bill Albrecht of Bismarck and one sister, Martha Shepersky of Vancouver, Washington.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, two brothers, Alfred and Edward, and three sisters, Emma Rogers, Katie Stone and Freda Schierer.
Funeral services were held Friday, July 11, 1997, at the First Baptist Church in Linton with Rev. Alan Steier officiating. Organist was June Larson and soloist Willis Vander Wal sang "Amazing Grace" and "Jesus Paid It All". the congregation sang "How Great Thou Art".
Casketbearers were Bruce Doolittle, Carter Vander Wal, Ken Moser, Wayne Moser, K.J. Moser, Jim Puritun, Ken Walbaum and Jay Albrecht.
Burial was in the Temvik Cemetery under the direction of Myers Funeral Home of Linton.

Margaret Sailer, 70, of Bismarck died Tuesday, March 25, 1997, in the Mandan hospital. 
Margaret M. Albrecht was born March 13, 1927, in Bismarck, the daughter of Christian and Barbara (Riedlinger) Albrecht. She was raised and educated in Temvik and graduated from Bismarck High School. She attended college in LeMars, Iowa. She moved back to Bismarck, where she married John Sailer, She was a secretary most of her life, most recently for BECEP. 
Survivors include one daughter, Mari Sailer of Madison, Wisconsin; one son, David Sailer of Lacey, Washington; one sister, Esther Pfaff of Eugene, Oregon; three brothers, Arthur Albrecht of San Antonio, Texas, and Robert and Sam Albrecht, both of Bismarck, and many nieces and nephews. 
She was preceded in death by her parents, five brothers, Rex, Emmanuel, Walther, Carl and Harold and one sister, Lydia Redlaczyk. 
Services will be held at a later date as Mrs. Sailer has donated her body to the UND Medical School for research. 

ALBRECHT (NILSSON), Marian Elizabeth 
Marian Elizabeth Nilsson, 76, Anchorage, Alaska, formerly of Bismarck, died April 23, 1997. Services were Monday at orage Senior Center.
She is survived by one brother, Gordon Albrecht, Idaho; one sister, Bernice Stein, Colorado; three daughters and three sons. (Witzleben Funeral Home, Anchorage) 

Martha Job, 83, Moorhead, Minnesota, formerly of Linton, died November 8, 1997, at Eventide Nursing Home, Moorhead. Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday at the First Baptist Church in Linton with the burial in the Linton City Cemetery. Prayer service will be 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Myers Funeral Home.
Emmons County Record, 11/18/1997
Martha Job, 83, of Moorhead, Minnesota, died Saturday, November 8, 1997, in Eventide Nursing Home in Moorhead.
Martha was born November 8, 1914, at Westfield, the oldest child of Christian and Sophie (Heinrich) Albert, both were German Immigrants from South Russia. She grew up on a farm east of Temvik.
On September 21, 1936, she married William Job, who was from the Hampton area near Linton. They spent 50 years of their married life near or in Linton raising eight children. In September of 1987, Bill and Martha move to Moorhead, Minnesota.
Martha was a long time member of the First Baptist Church of Linton where she was very active in the Women's ministry. After moving to Moorhead, Martha attended the Metropolitan Baptist Church of Fargo.
Martha will always be remembered for the loving environment she provided for family, relative, friends, daycare children, and for the elderly. She and Bill provided care for the elderly in their home and in the homes of the elderly. Upon moving into Eventide Living Center in Moorhead, she continued to serve others in the center's volunteer program. Eventide honored Mrs. Job in 1994, by bestowing upon her their distinguished "Barbara Rom Award". Martha was also honored by the State of Minnesota as an outstanding volunteer. In 1992, Concordia College and NDSU's nursing consortium honored Martha for her contribution to the professional growth of their nursing program.
Martha fought a hard battle with cancer and she was ready to meet her Lord. She was especially thankful to the very caring Eventide Staff, her chaplain and pastor, her doctors, her friends and relatives, her family and her Eventide Living Center friends who where always there for her.
Survivors include five daughters and sons-in-laws, Verda and Reuben Tschritter of Fargo, Vera and Henry Bartell of Wolsey, South Dakota, Wilma and Jim McMillen of Petersburg, Indiana, Esther and Vern Wolff of Moorhead, Minnesota, and Kathy and Al Pridnia of Allen Park, Michigan; two sons and daughters-in-law, Wally and Kathy Job of Minot and Don and Donna Job of Stillwater, Minnesota; 18 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; one brother and sister-in-law, Reinie and Marie Albrecht of Bismarck; four sisters and three brothers-in-law, Chrissis and Clem Wirtz of Mandan, Pauline and Harry Anderson of Minot, Helen and Luther McHattie of Longview, Washington and Emma Kiemele of Minot; five uncles and aunts, Fred and Alvina Heinrich, Rose Moser, Jack and Lena Heinrich all of Sturgis, South Dakota and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Bill, who died July 11, 1988, one son, Arnold, three grandchildren, her parents and her siblings, David, Walter, Albert, Alma, John, Tillie, Irene, Ruth, and Arnold.
This special lady has been an inspiration to her family and friends. She will be greatly missed by those who are thankful to have shared her life.
Funeral services were held Thursday, November 13, 1997, at First Baptist Church in Linton with Rev. Alan Steier and Rev. Arthur Fischer officiating. Obituary and eulogy was Reuben Tschritter, Organist was Vernon Wolff. Special musical numbers were "Serenaded by Angels," sung by Bill Bartell, Chris Bartell and Crystal Gassman, "Leaning on Jesus", sung by her grandchildren, "His Strength is Perfect" sung by Daphne Job and Debbie McKinney. The congregation sang "How Great Thou Art", and "What a friend We Have in Jesus."
Casketbearers were Terry Job, Richard Job, Bill Bartell, Tim McMillen, Chris Bartell, Rodney Job, David Wolff, Joe Malaniak, Mike Malaniak, Mark McMillen and Tim Tschritter.
Burial was in the Linton Cemetery under the direction of Myers Funeral Home of Linton.

HARVEY -- Hertha Alexander, 84, Harvey, died Aug. 18, 1996, in a Minot hospital. Arrangements are pending at Hertz Funeral Home, Harvey. 
Bismarck Tribune, 08/20/1996
HARVEY -- Hertha Alexander, 84, Harvey, died Aug. 18, 1996, in a Minot hospital. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at First Lutheran Church, Harvey, with burial in Sunnyside Cemetery, Harvey.
She is survived by one son, Dennis, Martin; one daughter, Darlene Hennessy, Minot; five sisters, Edna Ebach and Linda Lamm, both of Harvey, Eileen Haugen, Fessenden, Verna Martin, Carrington, Ardella Kensok, Chaffee; five brothers, Arnold Lebelt, Chaseley, Raymond Lebelt and Helmuth Lebelt, both of Harvey, Marvin Lebelt, Sayre, Pa., and LeRoy Lebelt, West Yellowstone, Mont. (Hertz Funeral Home, Harvey) 

ALLAN, Delmar B. 
Delmar B. Allan, 61, Mandan, died May 26, 1997, in a Bismarck hospital. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Spirit of Life Catholic Church, Mandan, with the Revs. Cyprian Meier and David Morman officiating.
Visitation will be 1-9 p.m. Thursday at Weigel Funeral Home, Mandan, where a parish vigil will begin at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
Delmar was born Oct. 10, 1935, at Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada. He was the son of Edward and Maude (Rippenbark) Allan. Delmar was raised and educated at Fort Frances where he attended Fort Frances High School. He married Cory Freitag April 18, 1966, in Bismarck. He worked in International Falls, Minn., at the paper mill for 10 years. He then moved to Bismarck where he worked for Burlington Northern Railroad as a track inspector for 30 years.
He was a member of Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Lodge No. 306, and held the office of secretary-treasurer.
Delmar was very family oriented, his family always came first. He was very proud of his children and their accomplishments. He loved to spend time with his precious grandchildren. He was an avid hockey follower. He enjoyed playing cards along with a good cup of coffee. His favorite activity was going to rummage sales and collecting antiques.
He is survived by his wife, Cory; three sons and daughters-in-law, Craig and Lisa, and Scott and Brenda, all of Mandan, and Kevin and Nora, Lawrence, Kan.; one daughter and son-in-law, Jamie and Jeff Heider, McCanna; three grandchildren, Tyler Allan, and Jaden and Jillian Heider; four sisters, Irene Kuzyk, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada, Vivian Johnson, Missoula, Mont., Mary Garon, Fort Frances, and Joan Huether, Bismarck; and a special nephew, Ronnie Johnson, Oshawa, Ontario.
He was preceded in death by one son, Bruce; two brothers, Raymond and Jim; and two sisters, Shirley and Merle; and his parents, Edward and Maude.

Leona E. Allen, 82, Detroit Lakes, Minn., died Nov. 5, 1996, in a Detroit Lakes nursing home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Jensen-Askew Funeral Home, Cavalier, with burial in Cavalier Cemetery.
She is survived by three brothers, Cyril Schafer, Chicago, Leon, Gurnee, Ill., and Bob, Mandan; and one sister, Ivis DeMaine, White Bear Lake, Minn. 

ALLER (ESCH), Lucille C. 
Lucille C. Aller, 81, Bismarck, died Wednesday, September 14, 1994, in St. Vincent's Nursing Home.
Lucille was born April 2, 1913, at Hazelton, the daughter of Jacob and Magdalana (Roth) Esch. She was raised and educated on a farm west of Hazelton. She moved to Bismarck where she worked at F.W. Woolworth and Osco Drug for several years. Lucille married Joseph Aller, November 14, 1946, at Bismarck. She was a resident of St. Vincent's Nursing Home, Bismarck for the last five months.
She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, family and many friends.
She is survived by her husband, Joseph; one daughter and son-in-law, Patricia and Jerry Robinson, San Antonio, Texas; one son and daughter-in-law, Robert and Kathy, Bismarck; five grandchildren, Michael Robinson, Austin, Texas, Jeremy, Dionne and Kristen Robinson all of San Antonio, and Jeffrey Aller, Bismarck; and one brother Jacob Esch, Portland, Oregon.
She was preceded in death by her parents, five brothers and four sisters.
Funeral services were held Saturday, September 17, at Church of St. Mary, Bismarck, with the Rev. Charles Heidt officiating. Sister Jeanette Hinds was organist and Berardine Nagel the song leader. Placing of the Pall were Bob Aller and Pat Robinson. Gift bearers were Jeffrey, Allen, Jeremy, and Kristen Robinson.
Pallbearers were Chris Assel, Mike Patton, Wayne Martineson, Jeremy Robinson, Jim Kapp, and Mark Very. The grandchildren were honorary bearers. 
Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery, Bismarck, under the direction of Eastgate Funeral Service, Bismarck.

ALLMENDINGER, Edward Fredrick 
Edward Fredrick Allmendinger, 84, 507 S. Eighth St., died Nov. 21, 1996, in his home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Faith Lutheran Church, Bismarck, with the Rev. James Sorenson officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Bismarck. 
Visitation will begin at 3 p.m. today at Perry Funeral Home, Mandan, and will continue at the church one hour before services. A Moose ritual will begin at 7 tonight at the funeral home. 
Edward was born June 6, 1912, at Golden Valley, to Reinhold and Matilda (Boepple) Allmendinger. He was raised and educated in rural Golden Valley. A mechanic by trade, he worked in Willmette and Glencoe, Ill., for their park districts and later at Highland Park, Ill. Edward married Lorraine Raab, April 21, 1950, in Bismarck. He retired in 1973 and they moved to Kimball, Neb. In 1979 they moved to Bismarck. For the last eight years he has volunteered his talents to ARC and was known as "Mr. Fix It." Edward also was a member of the Moose Club for many years. 
Edward is survived by his wife, Lorraine; one daughter and son-in-law, Mary Ann and Samuel Spier, Homosassa, Fla.; one stepdaughter and stepson-in-law, Betty and Edgar Binder, Round Beach Lake, Ill.; two sons, Larry, Las Vegas, and William, LaVista, Neb.; one brother, William, Dodge; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and a special friend, Gloria Heidinger. 
He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother; and three sisters.

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