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Vernon Miller
WILLISTON, N.D. - Vernon Miller, 56, a longtime Williston resident, lately of Miles City, Mont., passed away Saturday, Nov. 13, 1999, at the Holy Rosary Hospital in Miles City.
Funeral service arrangements and a complete obituary will be announced by the Everson Funeral Home of Williston.

Carlton Sletten - July 6, 1918-Nov. 14, 1999
WILLISTON, N.D. Funeral services for longtime Williston funeral home proprietor, Carlton O. Sletten, 81, will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 17, at First Lutheran Church in Williston. The Rev. Joel Westby will officiate and interment will follow at Riverview Cemetery.
Carlton Oliver Sletten was born July 6, 1918, at Grenora, to Carl O. and Mabel C. (Peterson) Sletten. He was reared at Grenora and attended school there. In the fall of 1934, he moved with his family to Williston, where he graduated from Williston High School in 1936.
Carlton began what would later become a very seasoned military career with the North Dakota National Guard Company E, 164th Infantry at Williston, from Nov. 10, 1936, until Dec. 4, 1939. He then attended North Dakota State University at Fargo and later the University of Minnesota, where he graduated in the spring of 1941, with a degree in mortuary science.
On June 26, 1941, he started business as Sletten Funeral Home at Williston. He sold the business on July 1, 1943, to the local Farmer's Union while he was in the service.
He was drafted into the United States Army on Oct. 28, 1941, at Fort Snelling, Minn. After basic training at Fort Warren, Wyo., he was sent to Camp Wolters, Texas. He was discharged as a sergeant on Dec. 18, 1942, to accept a commission as a second lieutenant in the Army Medical Corp, after graduation from Officer Candidate School.
He served with a general hospital in the American Theatre for 11 months and then trained as evacuation hospital personnel. He served with the 520 Medical Clearing Company in Europe and was discharged as a first lieutenant on Nov. 10, 1945, at Camp Swift, Texas.
He was awarded the American Defense Service Medal, American Theater Service Medal and the European-African Middle Eastern Theater Service Medal. He served in the Rhineland and Central Europe Campaigns.
On July 2, 1942, Carlton was united in marriage with Lorraine Vogen of Minneapolis, Minn., at Mineral Wells, Texas. The couple lived for a time at Thief River Falls, Minn., where Carlton served yet another internship at the Gulbranson Funeral Home to acquire a Minnesota license.
On July 1, 1947, they returned to Williston and repurchased his former business and operated it until July 1, 1981, when the funeral home was sold to Jack Fulkerson. Robert E. Erdahl was a partner in the Sletten business from 1954 to 1975.
He operated the first modern fully-equipped ambulance service in the area from 1948 to 1956, when that service was taken over by the City of Williston. He served two terms a Williams County Coroner and was the author of much of the present North Dakota Coroner Law. Carlton was a licensed mortician in Minnesota, North Dakota and Montana.
He was a charter member of the Upper Missouri Valley Fair Association, serving as its first treasurer, and was a charter member and first president of the Mon-Dak Quarter Horse Association. He also had been a member of the Williston Rotary Club since 1951, a life member of the Williston Elks Lodge, the Sons of Norway and a longtime member of various local Masonic orders.
Carlton was baptized and confirmed at St. Olaf Lutheran Church in Grenora and became a member of First Lutheran Church in Williston in the fall of 1934. He served two terms as church trustee, served as the brotherhood president of First Lutheran and also served as second, and later first, vice-president of the North Dakota District (ELC) Brotherhood.
Carlton O. Sletten died Sunday, Nov. 14, 1999, at Mercy Medical Center in Williston, surrounded by his loving family.
He is survived by his wife, Lorraine, of Williston; two sons, Col. Dean Sletten and his wife, Janice, of Rolla, Mo., and Steve Sletten and his wife, Jan, of Longmont, Colo.; his daughter, Gail Sollom of Fargo; eight grandchildren, Lisa Sletten of Troy, Mo., Jeff Sletten of Columbia, Mo., Sena, Karla and Haakon Sletten, all of Longmont, Colo., and Nathan, Kelsey and Matthew Sollom, all of Fargo.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, James and Robert; and a sister, Marion.
Friends may call until 6 p.m. today at the Fulkerson Funeral Home in Williston. The family will be receiving guests at the funeral home from 4 to 6 p.m. today, with a family service beginning at 6 p.m. Visitation also will be held for an hour before services Wednesday at the church.

Geraldine Stilley
SPEARFISH, S.D. Geraldine D. Stilley, 50, of Spearfish, S.D., died Saturday, Nov. 13, 1999, at her residence in Spearfish.
Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 17, at Rose Hill Cemetery with Pastor Dan Kent, of the Calvary Temple Assembly of God Church, officiating.
She is locally survived by her father, Gerald Ethier of Tioga and a sister, Tara Ethier of Williston.
A memorial has been established for the Christian Children's Foundation. The Fidler Funeral Chapel of Spearfish is in charge of arrangements.

Elmo Heffernan - May 21, 1912-Nov. 14, 1999
MISSOULA, Mont. Elmo Newell Heffernan, 87, of Missoula, Mont., formerly of Williston, N.D., passed away Sunday, Nov. 14, 1999, at St Patrick's Hospital in Missoula.
A Celebration of Life Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 19, at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Missoula. Interment will follow at Old St. Mary's Cemetery.
The rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 18, in the Livingston Chapel of the Malletta Family Funeral Home, 224 W. Spruce.
Elmo Newell Heffernan was born May 21, 1912, in Williston, to John and Eleanor Newell Heffernan. He was the youngest of nine children. Elmo was raised and educated in Williston. In the 1930s he traveled to Alaska to work in the fishing industry. He then returned to Williston to help his father with the family ranch and business, where he drove the historic Heffernan horse bus on its final run.
In 1929, he enlisted in the National Guard and served until 1943, including active duty service in the South Pacific at Guadalcanal with Company E of the 164th Infantry.
On Jan. 12, 1941, Elmo was united in marriage with Helen Mae Lyons in Clinton, Iowa. They moved to Missoula in 1948. He worked for the United States Postal Service and the United States Forest Service, from which he retired in 1970. He also worked for many years as a custodian at the then Western Montana National Bank, retiring from there in 1977.
Elmo was a member of St. Francis Xavier Parish, the Knights of Columbus, the Elks, the American Legion and the DAV, in which he served as an officer.
His joy in life was his family, which always came first. He also enjoyed oil painting in his retirement years.
Elmo is survived by his wife, Helen, of Missoula; two sons, Patrick and his wife, Sheila, of Missoula, and Bob and his wife, Linda, of Kalispell, two daughters, Bunny Cardon and her husband, Vern, of Salt Lake City, and Cyndee Fraser and her husband, Bill, of Chester; two daughters-in-law, Karen Booth and Diane Kulstad, both of California; 15 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; three sisters; five brothers; two sons, William and Donald; and a grandchild, Ashley.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials in Elmo's name to the National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund, 605 "E" Street N.W., Washington, D.C., 20004; or a charity of the donor's choice.

Vernon Miller - April 15, 1943-Nov. 13, 1999
WILLISTON, N.D. Vernon R. Miller, 56, a former Williston resident, lately of Miles City, Mont., passed away Saturday, Nov. 13, 1999, at the Holy Rosary Hospital in Miles City.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 18, in the Memorial Chapel at the Everson Funeral Home in Williston. Pastor Garvon Golden will officiate and interment will follow at Riverview Cemetery.
Vernon R. Miller was born April 15, 1943, in Williston, to Axel and Esther (Denzine) Miller.
After completing his education he began employment in Williston, first with John Ling, later with Jack McGeehan in a local taxi cab company and then with Dowell, Inc.
He had spent the past year living with his brother in Miles City. 
He is survived by three sisters, Merle Stensaker, Bernice London and Marian Kramer, all of Williston; and three brothers, Robert Miller of Miles City, Clifford Miller of Williston and Gerald Miller of Seattle, Wash. 
Friends may call until 7 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to service time Thursday at the Everson Funeral Home in Williston.

Ray Stenberg
WATFORD CITY, N.D. - Ray Stenberg, 74, a longtime Watford City businessman and proprietor of Ray's Standard Service in Watford City, died Wednesday, Nov. 17, 1999, at MedCenter I in Bismarck.
Funeral services will be announced by the Fulkerson Funeral Home of Watford City.

Walter Falcon
TRENTON, N.D. - Walter Falcon, 71, of Trenton, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2000, at Mercy Medical Center in Williston.
A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 8, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Williston. Father John Guthrie will officiate and interment will follow at Trenton Cemetery.
The rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Friday at the Everson Funeral Home in Williston.
A complete obituary will follow.
Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday at the Everson Funeral Home in Williston and for an hour before services Saturday at the church.

Stewart Schubert - Jan. 8, 1920-Jan. 4, 2000
WILLISTON, N.D. - Stewart Schubert, 79, longtime Williston businessman and resident, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2000, at his home, after a lengthy illness.
Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 7, at the Everson Memorial Chapel. The Rev. Cliff Nelson will officiate and interment, with military rites by the Ross E. French V. F. W Post No. 2328, will follow at Riverview Cemetery.
Stewart Woodrow Schubert was born Jan. 8, 1920, in Stanley, to Charles and Lilly (Wood) Schubert, where he was raised and attended local schools.
He was a sergeant in the United States Army during World War II and was stationed in Hawaii from 1942-1946.
He was united in marriage July 13, 1943, with Emmeline "Emmy" Seibert of Williston.
Following his discharge in the spring of 1946, he and Emmy moved to Jamestown, where he was a part-owner in Schuberts Paint and Glass Store with his brother, Buell. In 1955 they moved to Williston to take over operation of the Seibert Motel, following the death of Emmy's mother.
He and Emmy raised their two children, David Schubert of Williston and Peggy Mohr of Grand Forks, in Williston. He also operated a dry cleaning business during the 1960s and 1970s. Emmy passed away on May 2, 1979.
On June 23, 1980, Stewart married Nettie Crouse. He transformed the motel into the Schubert apartments in the early 1990s and had continued to oversee his rental units, with assistance from his wife, Nettie. 
Stewart enjoyed being with his family, sharing activities such as camping and boating, most frequently preparing the food for family gatherings. Stewart was a master craftsman and enjoyed carpentry and woodworking, skills he shared with his family and friends.
He is survived by his wife, Nettie Crouse of Williston; his daughter, Peggy Mohr and her husband, Thomas, of Grand Forks; two granddaughters, Sandy Schubert Evanson and her husband, John, and KayRine Jeffrey, all of Williston; three grandsons, Steven Shae and his wife, Laura Mathers Shae, formerly of Williston, now of Owatonna, Minn., Michael Shae of Grand Forks, and Paul Shae of Missoula, Mont.; and six great-grandchildren, Jenna, Alex and Mickayla Evanson and Kali, Tayler and Christopher Shae. 
He was preceded in death by his son, David William Schubert, formerly of Williston, in 1995; his daughter-in-law, Erika Kohlman Schubert in 1997; and three brothers, Buell Schubert, formerly of Jamestown, Dale Schubert, formerly of Williston and Charles Schubert, formerly of Seattle; and his parents. 
Friends may call from noon until 7 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. until service time Friday the Everson Funeral Home in Williston.

Walter Falcon - Sept. 8, 1928-Jan. 4, 2000
TRENTON, N.D. - Walter Falcon, 71, of Trenton, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2000, at the Mercy Medical Center in Williston. 
A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 8, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Williston. Father John Guthrie will officiate and interment will follow at Trenton Cemetery.
The Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. today at the Everson Funeral Home in Williston. 
Walter Ray Falcon was born Sept. 8, 1928, in Trenton, the son of Alphonse and Mary Louise (Vandall) Falcon. He attended school in Chamberlain, S.D., and Trenton.
Walter was united in marriage with Lorraine Mortenson on April 23, 1958. She passed away in the mid 1990s.
Walter served in the United States Army in Korea and received the Purple Heart. 
While living in his home of many years, Missoula, Mont., Walter worked on the railroad.
He enjoyed bead work, ceramics, and fishing. 
Walter is survived by his daughter, Melana; three grandchildren, Cu' Mee RayAnn, Raymond and Lee; a brother, James Falcon and his wife, Arlene, of Williston; four sisters, Anna Beauchman of Reno, Nev., Gladys Bakken and her husband, Everette and Marie Unger and her husband, Dayton, all of Williston; and Katherane Turcotte of Trenton; two sisters-in-law, Elinor Falcon of Kalispell, Mont., and Blanche Falcon of Williston; three aunts and one uncle, and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. 
He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Lawrence and William; and two half-brothers, Joseph and Finley. 
Friends may call until 7 p.m. today at the Everson Funeral Home in Williston and for the hour preceding services Saturday at the church.

Marian Freiheit
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - Marian (Fischer) Freiheit, 77, of Eden Prairie passed away Tuesday, Dec. 28 at her home in Eden Prairie.
Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Monday, Jan. 3, at the Bloomington Assembly Of God Church, 8600 Bloomington Ave. S. in Eden Prairie. Interment followed at Lakewood Cemetery.
She is survived by her husband, the Rev. Kenneth Freiheit; her son, Dennis and his wife, Pat; her daughter, Debbie Swenson and her husband, Doug; four grandchildren, Jamie, Brad, Krista and Griffin; two sisters, Agnes Garaas and Grace Johnson; two brothers, Ronald Fischer and Jerry Fischer; and other family and friends.
She was preceded in death by a son, Douglas; a sister, Lois Rohner; and two brothers, Albert Fischer and Roy Fischer. 
Memorials are suggested to the Lake Geneva Christian Center.

Robert Herman - June 25, 1930-Dec. 15, 1999
HUBERTUS, Wis. - Robert G. Herman, 69, of Hubertus, Wis., passed away Wednesday, Dec. 15, 1999, at the Marshfield Clinic in Wisconsin, with his family at his side.
Private family services were held and interment followed at the Zoar Cemetery in the town of Rosendale, Wis.
Robert was born June 25, 1930, in Yellowgrass, Saskatchewan, Canada and grew up in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada.
He was a banker and continued his career in banking after he moved to the United States. He had been employed with the American State Bank until his retirement. He then returned to Wisconsin, "his home."
Robert was a beloved husband, father and grandfather. He was a man of many interests and will be remembered as a private pilot, amateur photographer, astronomer and an avid outdoorsman.
Robert is survived by his wife, Joyce of Hubertus; his son, Richard and his wife, Cynthia of Pickett, Wis.; three daughters, Leslie Serban and her husband, Sergiu, of Chantilly, Va., Virginia, and Valerie Olynick and her husband, Brent, all of Hubertus; five grandchildren, Eric Herman, Alexander and Amelia Serban and Jacob and Jessica Olynick; his mother, Margaret Herman of Calgary, Alberta, Canada; his sister, Lois Foulke and her husband, Bill of Dover, Del.; and his brother, Jake Herman and his wife, Lynn, of Blind Bay, British Columbia, Canada.
He was preceded in death by his father, Ernest Herman and his beloved granddaughter, Erin L. Herman.
The Seefeld Funeral Chapels in Ohkosk, Wis., was in charge of arrangements.

Fred F. Hapip
WILLISTON N.D. - Memorial services for Fred F. Hapip, 83 of Scottsdale, Ariz. were held on Saturday at the Glass and Garden Community Church in Scottsdale Ariz. Fred died on Wednesday in Ariz. He was born in Bone Trail and graduated from W.H.S. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and a Shriner in Williston before he moved 23 years ago to Ariz. 
He is survived by his wife Esta Hapip, daughter, Martha Iversen, sons Gary and Robert Hapip, sister, Kathryn Fritz and brother George Walt and five grandchildren.

Wilbert L. Jacobson - Jan. 23, 1917-Jan. 5, 2000
WILLISTON N.D. - Funeral services in memory of Wilbert L. Jacobson will be held at 2:00 p.m. Monday at the Burley Funeral Chapel in Oak Harbor Wash. Commander Fred Renfroe retired from the Chaplin Hospital Corps, U.S. Navy will officiate. Cremation was held. Interment will be held at Tahoma National Cemetery, Kent, Wash. with full military honors at a later date.
Wilbert Lloyd "Webb" Jacobson, 82, died at Skagit Valley Convalescent Center, Sedro Woolley on Wednesday following a lengthy illness. He was born January 23, 1917 in Epping to Martin and Annie (Sampson) Jacobson. He graduated from high school in Epping and began work for Montgomery Wards in sporting goods.
Webb Jacobson was married to the former Ruth L. Melland in Sydney, Mont. on September 21,1940. In 1941, he and Ruth moved to Seattle where Webb began work for the Boeing Aircraft Co. With the start of WWII, he enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps.
Mr. Jacobson was the 366 Bombardment Squadron, 305 Bombardment Group, fighting over Northern France and Germany. His squadron was shot down by the Germans. Webb saved several members of his crew as they parachuted to safety. Webb was captured by the German SS. He spent a year in a German prisoner of war camp. He was liberated from the camp at the end of the war. For his heroism, he was awarded the Air Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters. Webb was very reluctant to discuss the events surrounding the war.
Mr. Jacobson returned to the U.S. and settled in Williston where he worked for the U.S. Post Office. In 1954, he and Ruth moved once again to Seattle, where he also worked for the postal service. In 1957, he returned to Boeing and moved to the Lynnwood area. He retired from Boeing as a research mechanic and in 1977 moved to Coupeville. With failing health, he was moved first to Snohomish County and finally to Sedro Woolley.
Mr. Jacobson loved sports, especially basketball, baseball, football and golf and he enjoyed crossword puzzles. Webb completed writing his memoirs just before his health failed.
Mr. Jacobson is survived by his wife Ruth of Marysville, five children and their spouses, Janet and Sonny Kostek, Karen and Ron Zustiak and Vickie and John Thompson, all of Coupeville, Wash.; Peggy and Daryl Greenhalgh of Snohomish, Wash. and Gregory and Kathy Jacobson of Bothell, Wash. He is survived by three sisters, Hazel Helling of Oregon and Mabel Bean and Dora Rolfstad, both of Williston. Twenty grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren also survive. He was preceded in death by his parents and by two brothers, Chester Jacobson and Bennie Jacobson.
Memorials may be made to the Disabled American Veterans of Whidbey Island. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Burley Funeral Chapel, Oak Harbor.

Robin Wilder
WILLISTON N.D. - Robin Wilder, 45, local business woman and owner of Books on Broadway, passed away Friday evening in the Mercy Medical Center after a courageous battle with cancer.
Funeral arrangements will be announced and a complete obituary will follow. Everson Funeral Home of Williston is in charge of arrangements.

Beatrice Vedvick
VENICE, Calif. - Beatrice Mable (Amor) Vedvick, of Venice, Calif., formerly of the Williston, N.D., area, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2000, following a long illness.
Services were held in California and interment was at the Westwood Memorial Park in Los Angeles.
Beatrice was born at Springbrook, N.D., and graduated from Williston High School in 1934. She moved to Venice in 1963.
She is survived by two sons, Steven and Douglas; and two grandson, Christopher and Allen.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to the Alzheimer's Association, 5900 Wilshire Blvd. Ste. 1700, Los Angeles, Calif., 90036.

Arthur Rundhauge
SPOKANE, Wash. Arthur Rundhauge, 88, a 26-year resident of Spokane, Wash., formerly of Wildrose, N.D., passed away Tuesday, Dec. 28, 1999, in Spokane.
Graveside services were held at 1 p.m. Monday, Jan. 3, 2000, at the Sunset Chapel in Fairmount Memorial Park.
Arthur Rundhauge was born in Wildrose. He graduated from high school and then from the Dairy Science School in Minnesota in 1936.
In 1938, he worked as the general managerof the Dickinson Creamery in Dickinson, N.D. He was named to the board of directors at the age of 29.
Arthur was united in marriage with Millie Haugen in 1934. In 1943, he enlisted in the United States Air Force, where he became a meteorologist with the Air Force Sixth Division in Central and South America. He was discharged in 1946.
In 1947, he was named general manager for Land O'Lakes in Kendrick, Idaho. He also purchased a hotel in Kendrick. He later moved to Spokane and worked for the Darigold Creamery. He and his wife raised chinchillas from 1950 to 1953 in Spokane.
He became the superintendent of cheese production for Darigold Creamery in Issaquah, Wash., retiring in 1973, and moving back to Spokane.
He is survived by six sisters, Florence Olson, Fern Doherty, Betty Ostrom, Vivian Stockton, Lenora Larson and Phyliss Peterson.
His wife preceded him in death in October, 1999.
The Heritage Funeral Home of Spokane was in charge of arrangements.

Roberta Wilder - Feb. 3, 1954-Jan. 7, 2000
WILLISTON N.D. - Roberta "Robin" J. Wilder, 45, local businesswoman and owner of Books on Broadway, passed away Friday, Jan. 7, 2000, at Mercy Medical Center in Williston, following a courageous three-year battle with inflamatory breast cancer.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13, at the Faith United Methodist Church in Williston. The Rev. Cliff Nelson and the Rev. Patricia Mersch will officiate and interment will follow at Riverview Cemetery.
Roberta J. Olson was born Feb. 3, 1954, in Fargo, the daughter of Robert J. and Mary (Tyanich) Olson. She was raised in Fargo and graduated from Fargo South High School in 1972. She was baptized and confirmed at Olivet Lutheran Church in Fargo. Robin attended North Dakota State University in Fargo from 1972 to 1977, where she earned a bachelor of science degree in agriculture. It was at NDSU that she met her future husband, Charles Wilder.
In 1977, Robin began a career in marketing with US West. Continuing her career with US West, Robin moved to Sioux Falls, S.D., in 1979, remaining there until 1992, when she moved to Williston.
On June 17, 1992, Robin was united in marriage with Charles Wilder of Williston. In 1993, Robin founded Books on Broadway in Williston and continued to manage the store until her death.
While in Williston, Robin joined and was an active member of Faith United Methodist Church. She also was a member of the American Association of University Women, a board member of the Fort Union Association and a member of the Mercy Cancer Support Group.
Robin enjoyed books, gardening and her Newfoundland dogs. Robin loved her bookstore and her years in Williston. With her wit, sense of humor and her bookstore, she touched many people.
Robin is survived by her husband, Charles Wilder of Williston; her father, Robert J. Olson and his wife, Laurinne of Nixa, Mo.; and two sisters, Virginia Evangelist of Madison, Wis., and Karen Olson and her husband, William Beatty, of Oklahoma City, Okla. She also is survived by her beloved Newfoundland dog, Zora; and aunts, uncles and cousins from Helena, Mont., and the Fargo area.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Mary, in 1965; and several beloved aunts and uncles.
Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday and from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday at the Everson Funeral Home in Williston and for an hour before services Thursday at the church.

Caroline Birr
WILLISTON, N.D - Caroline Birr, 85, of Williston, more recently of Bismarck, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2000, at the Baptist Home in Bismarck.
She is being returned to Williston for funeral services and interment.
Further arrangements and a complete obituary will be announced by the Everson Funeral Home in Williston.

Sidney Ingerson
KENMARE, N.D. - Sidney Ingerson, 67, of Kenmare, died Sunday, Jan. 9, 2000, at a Minot Medical Center.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13, at the United Methodist Church in Bowbells. Interment will follow at the family heritage plot at the Bowbells Community Cemetery.
Friends may call from 4 to 7:30 p.m., followed by a prayer service at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday at the Thompson-Larson Funeral Home in Kenmare.

Clarence Sievers
BISMARCK, N.D. - Clarence Lee "Larry" Sievers, 69, of Bismarck, formerly of Watford City, died Monday, Jan. 10, 2000, at a Bismarck hospital.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13, at the Bismarck Funeral Home in Bismarck. The Rev. LaRue Goetz will officiate and interment will follow at a Bismarck Cemetery.
Clarence served as hospital administrator in Watford City from 1955 until his retirement in 1989. He was awarded the North Dakota Hospital Association Distinguished Service Award in 1988. He also served on the Watford City Council for more than 20 years.
Friends may call for an hour before services Thursday at the Bismarck Funeral Home, 3723 Lockport Street, Bismarck.


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