Miscellaneous Williams County, North Dakota Obituaries

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Kermit Hanson - July 24, 1919-Jan. 30, 2000
FORTUNA, N.D. - Kermit Hanson, 80, of Crosby and rural Fortuna, died Sunday, Jan. 30, 2000, at St. Luke's Hospital in Crosby.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 3, at the Ambrose Lutheran Church in Ambrose with Intern Mike Toomey officiating. Interment with military rites by the William Perry Makee American Legion Post No. 75 will follow at Twin Butte Cemetery in rural Colgan.
Kermit Hanson was born July 24, 1919, at Colgan, to Andrew and Ella (Huseby) Hanson. He was raised and educated in Lincoln Valley Township, Divide County. He was baptized and confirmed at Twin Butte Lutheran Church in rural Colgan.
Kermit had worked in Buxton and drove truck on the west coast prior to entering the Army Air Corp on Feb. 7, 1942. On Oct. 19, 1945, he received an honorable discharge, with the rank of sergeant in the Fourth Bomb Squadron, 34th Bomb Group.
Kermit was united in marriage with Dorothy Olesen on Feb. 8, 1948, at Ambrose. After returning from the service, he spent the rest of his life farming and raising cattle at the family farm in rural Fortuna.
He was a member of the Ambrose Lutheran Church and a previous member of Twin Butte Lutheran Church. He also was a member of the Crosby V.F.W., the American Legion Post. No. 75, the Crosby Moose Lodge, the Divide County Historical Society and the Lincoln Valley Township Board.
Kermit enjoyed his grandchildren and his great-granddaughter. He was an avid reader and a history buff. He also loved to play baseball.
A highlight of his life was a trip to England to revisit where he had served while in the military. He was very patriotic and proud of his service to our country.
At the request of the Honorable Kent Conrad, North Dakota Senator, the flag was flown over the United States Capitol on the occasion of his 80th birthday. That flag is now in the possession of his family.
Kermit is survived by his wife, Dorothy of the family farm; four daughters, Dianna Hysjulien and her husband, Gene, of Bismarck, Charlene Throntveit and her husband, Curtis, of Mission Viejo, Calif., Sherry Heaton and her husband, Lewis, of McKenzie County and Susan Carlson and her husband, Bruce, of San Antonio, Texas; his son, Kent of Wahpeton; six grandchildren, Jeff Hysjulien and his wife, Kim, Shannon Hysjulien, Kristin Hysjulien, Steven Carlson, Andrew Carlson and Ella Heaton; one great-granddaughter, Autumn Hysjulien; four sisters, Rodella Larson of Crosby, Jean Griffin of Fargo, Marie Krebs of Colbert, Wash., and Adrienne Hattel of Big Fork, Mont.; a brother, Ken Sand of Noonan; and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his stepfather, Joe Sand; and two brothers, Archie Hanson and Emery Hanson.
Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Stakston-Martin Funeral Home in Crosby and for an hour before services Thursday at the church in Ambrose.

Lette Petersen
FROID, Mont. - Lette Petersen, 105, a longtime Froid community resident, passed away Monday, Jan. 31, 2000, at the Roosevelt Memorial Nursing Home in Culbertson, Mont.
Funeral service arrangements and a complete obituary will be announced by the Everson-Clayton Memorial Chapel in Culbertson.

Leonard Wentz
BISMARCK, N.D. - Leonard R. Wentz, 72, of Bismarck, died Sunday, Jan. 30, 2000, at St. Alexius Medical Center in Bismarck.
Funeral services will be held at noon Wednesday, Feb. 2, at the Church of St. Anne in Bismarck. The Rev. Ed Wehner will officiate and interment will follow at the North Dakota Veteran's Cemetery, with military rites by V.F.W. Post No. 1326.
A vigil service will be held at 7 p.m. today at the Eastgate Funeral Service in Bismarck with a Knights of Columbus service to follow.
Leonard was the son of the late John and Verna (Busch) Wentz. He was born and raised on a farm near Rugby. He received his early education in Pierce and McHenry counties. As a young man, he worked on the family farm with his father and later went to work for a rural electric cooperative as a lineman and service representative. While working for Baker Electric, he was assigned to outposts at Maddock, Rugby and Rolla.
In 1950, he was called to active duty with the United States Army and served overseas in Korea and Japan. After his separation from the military, he again worked for Baker Electric until 1956, when he joined the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
He graduated from the Highway Patrol Academy, the National F.B.I. Academy and Bismarck State College. He also attended many training sessions relating to traffic law enforcement at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. He taught subjects relating to traffic law enforcement and accident investigation at the North Dakota Law Enforcement Training Center during his tenure with the Patrol.
He was promoted to District Commander in 1966 and served in that capacity at both the Williston and Bismarck districts. In 1978 he was promoted to Staff Services Commander and transferred to the NDHP general headquarters, where he supervised the Training Division, the Personnel Section, the Property Section and the Records Section. He was appointed Assistant Superintendent and also later supervised the Truck Regulatory Division. He was assigned as Field Forces Commander and served in that capacity until his retirement in 1985.
Leonard was a member of St. Anne's Catholic Church and a life-member of the Knights of Columbus. He was a Past Grand Knight of Council 1604 and was a Fourth Degree Knight.
He also belonged to several fraternal organizations including the Veteran of Foreign Wars, Moose Lodge No. 302, the Am-Vets Club and the North Dakota Peace Officers Association.
Leonard was united in marriage with Glenda Guderjahn in 1956, at Rolla and they had a son and a daughter.
He liked all outdoor activities and especially looked forward to the annual hunting season when he could join Doug and Randy and their friends on hunting trips. He was an avid golfer and played at every opportunity when weather permitted. He loved his grandchildren dearly and was a typical grandpa, spoiling his grandchildren at every opportunity.
Leonard is survived by his son, Doug and his wife, Vi, of Chaska, Minn.; his daughter, Geri Frohlich and her husband, Randy, of Mandan; six grandchildren, Aleisha, Matthew and Emily Frohlich and Stephanie, Shannon and Sandra Wentz; two sisters, Loretta Schumacher and her husband, Pete, of Bismarck and Marjorie Olson and her husband, Don, of Balta; three brothers, Dennis Wentz and his wife, Rosie, of Crary, Wendell Wentz and his wife, Betty, of Bismarck and Donald Wentz and his wife, Vangie, of Williston; and many nieces and nephews, that he loved dearly.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Kenny and Larry; and a sister, Mary.
Friends may call until 9 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Eastgate Funeral Service in Bismarck.

Robert Baker
Jan. 20, 1918-Feb. 3, 2000
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. - Robert D. Baker, 82, of Devils Lake, a retired Webster area farmer, died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2000, at Mercy Hospital in Devils Lake.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today, Feb. 7, at the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Devils Lake. The Rev. Nancy Kapp will officiate and interment will be at the Devils Lake Cemetery.
Robert D. Baker was born Jan. 20, 1918, at Devils Lake. He was the youngest of seven children born to John E. and Clara (Noble) Baker, pioneers of Morris Township, rural Webster.
He graduated from Devils Lake High School in the Class of 1936. Prior to entering the service, he worked on his father's farm and at the elevator in Devils Lake.
He served in the North Dakota National Guard and was inducted into federal service in 1941, serving in Australia, New Caledonia, Guadalcanal, Fiji Islands and Bougainville. After his discharge, he returned to North Dakota and started farming.
Robert was united in marriage with Helen Hegge on May 14, 1945, at Sidney, Mont. They established their home in a farm at Webster. They retired from farming in 1982, but continued to live on the farm until moving into Devils Lake in 1990. Mrs. Baker died July 27, 1993.
He was a member of the Webster Presbyterian Chapel, a life member of the Devils Lake Elks Lodge and served on the Webster Town Board and the Garske Elevator Board for many years.
Robert is survived by his son, Douglas and his wife, Deborah, of Webster; three daughters, Jacqueline Rae Baker (Cari Sprague) of Isanti, Minn., Roberta Dee Baker (Sheryl Huff) of Northfield, Minn., Pamela Lee Baker Hawley (Darryl Haugen) of Minot; and four grandsons.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, three sisters, Hope Mikkelsen, Merle Millar and Helen Sorensen; and three brothers, Edward Baker, Bertram Baker and Fred Baker.
The Gilbertson Funeral Home of Devils Lake is in charge of arrangements.

Michael Johnson
WILLISTON, N.D. - Michael Johnson, 22, of Williston, passed away Sunday, Feb. 6, 2000, as the result of a car accident.
Funeral service arrangements and a complete obituary will be announced by the Everson Funeral Home of Williston.

Edward Kalabza
WILLISTON, N.D. - Edward Kalabza, 61, of Williston, passed away Monday, Feb. 7, 2000, at Mercy Medical Center in Williston.
Funeral service arrangements and a complete obituary will be announced by the Everson Funeral Home of Williston.

Norma Nordtug
WILLISTON, N.D - Norma Nordtug, 68, a longtime Williston resident, passed away Monday, Feb. 7, 2000, at Mercy Medical Center in Williston.
Funeral service arrangements and a complete obituary will be announced by the Everson Funeral Home of Williston.

Eddie Seibel
ROSS, N.D. - Eddie Seibel, 70, of Ross, died Friday, Feb. 4, 2000, at a Minot medical center.
Memorial services will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Ross.
The Springan Funeral Home in Stanley.

C. Elvin Stiles
Aug. 19, 1908-Feb. 4, 2000
WILLISTON, N.D. - C. Elvin "Shorty" Stiles, 91, a former longtime Williston resident, passed away Friday, Feb. 4, 2000, at the Sakakawea Medical Center in Hazen.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. CST Wednesday, Feb. 9, at the Everson Memorial Chapel in Williston. The Rev. Cliff Nelson will officiate and interment will be at the Veterans Cemetery in Mandan.
C. Elvin Stiles was born Aug. 19, 1908, in Golden City, Mo., to Drury L. and Jerlie Agnes (Wheeler) Stiles. He was raised there, attended local schools and graduated from Golden City High School in the Class of 1929. After completing his education he stayed and worked on the family farm near Golden City.
In the fall of 1942, he entered the U .S. Army and participated in the Normandy Invasion in France. He was in combat in Metz, the Zor Valley and the Mozel Valley, all in France. He received the Purple Heart Medal and was discharged in the fall of 1945.
In 1946 he moved to Corpus Christi, Texas, and the following year to Silverton, Ore., where he did carpenter work, In 1950, he moved to California where he worked on a grape farm and in the mid 1950's he worked in Gooding, Idaho, with J. Earl Schrieber in his apiary.
Les Walling purchased Mr. Schrieber's interest in that company and Elvin continued working for Mr. Walling and later, for Powers Company and finally, for Dave Nelson, still in the apiary business.
He loved gardening and his grape vines.
He is survived by his sister, Irma Lindsey of Carthage, Mo.; eight nieces and nephews; and his special friends, the Don Preslicka family of Glen Ullin and the David H. Nelson family of Williston.
He was preceded in death by a sister, Irene Lindsey and a brother, Elmer Stiles.
Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday and from 9 a.m. to service time Wednesday at the Everson Funeral Home in Williston.

Inga Granli
June 17, 1905 Feb. 3, 2000
WATFORD CITY N.D. - Funeral services for Inga Granli, 94, of Watford City will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Wilmington Lutheran Church in Arnegard. Rev. Thomas Stenzel will officiate and burial will be in the Wilmington Cemetery. 
Friends may call at Fulkerson Funeral Home in Watford City on Sunday from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m., Monday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and for one hour before service time at the church on Tuesday.

Jennie Quale 
May 11, 1910 Feb. 2, 2000
TIOGA N.D. - Jennie Quale of Monroeville, Alabama, formerly of Tioga will be held at 11 a.m., Monday at First Lutheran Church in Tioga. Pastor Chris Montgomery will officiate and interment will be in the United Cemetery, Tioga.
Jennie Quale was born May 11, 1910 to Lars and Gurina Eskeland. She was raised on their homestead, south of Tioga. She attended the Baker Country School and was confirmed into the Lutheran faith at Trinity Lutheran Church in 1926. She worked as a housekeeper for a number of families in the Tioga area.
She married Alvin Quale on June 21, 1933 and they made their home on North Main in Tioga for 64 years. They had three children.
Jennie was active in First Lutheran Church, especially the Ladies Aid and Circles, a member of Echo Rebekah Lodge and Tioga Senior Citizens. She enjoyed homemaking, handwork, and gardening. She took great pride in her flower garden and specialized in tuberous begonias for many years.
Alvin and Jennie built their retirement home in 1961, spent many years traveling to various states, and spent several winters in Mesa, Arizona. In 1997, they sold their home and moved to Alabama to be close to their daughter, LaDonna. They lived in assisted living centers there until November, when Jennie was moved into Englewood Nursing Center, where she resided until her death on Feb. second of this year.
Jennie is survived by her husband, Alvin of Monroeville; two daughters, Verona Skabo and her husband, Ron of Lakewood, Colorado and LoDonna Herring and her husband, Richard of Monroeville; her sister, Helen Herfindahl of Tioga; four granddaughters and four great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, one son, Corvin, two brothers, one sister and one grand daughter.
Friends may call at the Fulkerson Funeral Home in Tioga on Sunday from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. and an hour before service time at the church on Monday.

Edward Kalabza
March 1, 1938-Feb. 7, 2000
WILLISTON, N.D. - Edward Kalabza, 61, of Williston, passed away Monday, Feb. 7, 2000, at Mercy Medical Center in Williston.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 11, at Our Redeemer's Lutheran Church in Williston. The Rev. Morris Kirchhof will officiate and interment will follow at Riverview Cemetery.
Edward D. Kalabza was born March 1, 1938, in Eagle Grove, Iowa, and spent the early part of his life there.
He then attended school in Sawyer and graduated from Sawyer High School in the Class of 1958.
He served in the United States Army from 1960 through 1964 and was stationed in Germany. He then spent two years in the Army Reserve before returning to the Max community to begin farming.
On June 1, 1974, he was united in marriage with Rose Dahl in Williston. They established their home in Williston and continued to live here through the many succeeding years.
In 1973, he began driving over the road for Bauste Livestock and later for E.W. Wylie Trucking out of Fargo.
Edward is survived by his wife, Rose of Williston; his daughter, Gerri, at home; three sons, Mark and Randy, both of Williston and Bryan Marten of Minot; five grandchildren, Dani, Brady, Jayden, Dominek and Crystal; and two sisters, Linda Krueger and Faye Herzog, both of Minot.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Helen and Stanley Kalabza and one brother, Jim.
Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday and from 9 a.m. to noon Friday at the Everson Funeral Home in Williston.

Norma Nordtug
July 30, 1931-Feb. 7, 2000
WILLISTON, N.D - Norma Nordtug, 68, a longtime Williston resident, passed away Monday, Feb. 7, 2000, at Mercy Medical Center in Williston.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 10, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Williston. The Rev. Mark Bekkedahl will officiate and interment will follow at Hillside Memory Gardens.
Norma Anderson was born July 30, 1931, at White Earth, the daughter of Otto and Alvina (Nelson) Anderson. She was raised and educated in White Earth until the family moved to Williston in 1942. She later graduated from Williston High School. 
She began her employment in the medical field, first working for Dr. Johnson and later at Western Dakota Clinic until her retirement in 1987. 
On March 1, 1958, she was united in marriage with John Nordtug at First Lutheran Church in Williston, and they made their home here these many succeeding years.
Norma enjoyed reading, visiting with friends, and time spent with her grandchildren.
She was a member of West Prairie Lutheran Church and had taught Sunday School when she was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church. 
Norma is survived by her husband, John of Williston; three daughters, Kathy Blomberg, her husband, Dan, of Williston, and their children, Amanda and Kaitlyn, Susan Vining of Minot and Lisa Arnstad and her children, John, Dustin and Matthew, all of Williston; her sister, Maxine Lutz of West Allis, Wis.; two sisters-in-law, Thelma Riveland of Fortuna and Bernice Anderson of Palermo; and numerous nieces and nephews. 
She was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers, Conrad and Maynard Anderson; and two sisters, Alice McMachen and June Cockrell. 
Friends may call until 7 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday at the Everson Funeral Home in Williston and for an hour before services Thursday at the church.

William Pautz
Dec. 31, 1913-Feb. 8, 2000
BOWBELLS, N.D. - William John Pautz, 86, of Bowbells, formerly of Flaxton, died Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2000, at a Minot medical center.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 11, at the United Methodist Church in Bowbells. Interment will follow at the Bowbells Community Cemetery.
William Pautz was born Dec. 31, 1913, at Donnybrook, the son of John and Isabella (Dagg) Pautz. At the age of 3, he moved with his family to Boudoin, Mont., where he was raised and attended school. He moved to Tolley at the age of 17.
On Feb. 8, 1934, he was united in marriage with Gladys Mattern at Bowbells. They farmed in the Bowbells area until the late 1950s when he put his land in soil bank and went to work for a neighbor.
In 1964, he took a job at Farmers Union Oil in Flaxton and they moved to Flaxton. In 1970, he took over the custodian job at the Flaxton School and also drove the school bus.
He retired in 1979, and they continued living in Flaxton until October 1999, when they moved into the C.D.M. Apartments in Bowbells.
He was a member of the Minnesota Township School Board and was a former city mayor of Flaxton. He enjoyed deer hunting with his four grandsons and always liked to go fishing.
William is survived by his wife, Gladys of Bowbells; two daughters, Laverne Benge and her husband, Donald, of Flaxton and Della Soiseth and her husband, Roger, of Williston; six grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Margaret Brown of Coram, Mont., and Rose Anita Brasda and her husband, Lawrence of Great Falls, Mont.; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Alfred and James Pautz; and two sisters, Violet Mattern and Lilly Dahl.
Friends may call for an hour before services Friday at the church.
The Thompson-Larson Funeral Home of Bowbells is in charge of arrangements.

Eldon Picard
FLORENCE, ARIZ. - Eldon Samuel Picard, 87, of Florence, Ariz., died Friday, Jan. 28, 2000, at Casa Grande, Ariz.
Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Monday, Jan. 31, in Arizona. Local memorial services are being planned for May in Montana.
He is locally survived by a daughter, Sheila Vannatta, a sister, Audrey Fjeld and a brother, Wayne Picard, all of Bainville, Mont.
The Simes Mortuaries Florence Chapel of Casa Grande, Ariz., was in charge of arrangements.

Clarence Rude
April 14, 1907-Feb. 7, 2000
WATFORD CITY, N.D. - M.C. "Clarence" Rude, 92, of Watford City, passed away Monday, Feb. 7, 2000, at the McKenzie County Memorial Hospital in Watford City.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 11, at the First Lutheran Church in Watford City. The Rev. Thomas Stenzel and the Rev. Alton Hillesland will officiate. Interment will follow at Timber Creek Cemetery, north of Alexander, with Masonic graveside services.
Melvin Clarence Rude was born April 14, 1907, in Fay Township near Columbus, a son of Lars and Julia (Heggen) Rude. He graduated from Columbus High School in 1925, and then attended Dakota Business College in Fargo for two years.
He was employed by the Sheyenne Valley Bank at Kathryn and in 1933, he accepted employment with the Farmer's State Bank of Arnegard with the late O.N. Stenehjem. He remained in this employment in Arnegard and Watford City until 1937, when he became office manager of the McKenzie County A.S.C. Office. In 1948, he was appointed postmaster and retired as postmaster on Jan. 5, 1973.
M.C. Rude and Cecelia Iverson were united in marriage on Jan. 7, 1938. She preceded him in death on Jan. 12, 1984.
Mr. Rude was active in civic and community affairs. During the 1940s he served as City Auditor. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, serving as secretary for more than 30 years and as a Past Master of Fort Union Lodge.
He also was interested in the Masonic Library. He served on the official Watford City Library Board, worked for the new library building and served as president of the library board for a number of years.
He also was a member of the Watford City Lion's Club, serving as its secretary for more than 10 years and later was a member of the Arnegard Lion's Club.
In 1980, Mr. Rude was elected as a member of the first Silver-haired Legislature in North Dakota. He had been a board member of the North Dakota Seniors United and served as treasurer of the state board.
He was an associate member of the National Association of Postmasters, a member of the Order of Eastern Star Friendship Chapter in Williston, Fort Union Lodge No. 128, Williston Crusader Commandery Knights Templar, Williston Chapter No. 23 of Royal Arch Masons, Williston Shrine Club, Kem Temple of Grand Forks, Order of Eagles, life member of the Williston Elks, the American Association of Retired Persons and the Young at Heart Club.
He also was a member of the Sons of Norway, having served as its president for three years and received the "President of the Year" Award for each of his years as president.
Mr. Rude was a current member of First Lutheran Church, having served on the Church Council and as treasurer. He also had been a member of the Wilmington Lutheran Church in Arnegard.
Clarence enjoyed reading, walking, gardening and dancing.
He is survived by his daughter, Michon Sax and her husband, Carroll, of Watford City; his granddaughter, Rebekkah Guerrero and her husband, Felix, of Fargo and their son, Levi; his sister, Eleanor Hagen of Scobey, Mont.; one brother-in-law, Roy Peterson; two sisters-in-law, Madeline Rude and Mildred Iverson; and numerous nieces and nephews. 
He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, four brothers and four sisters.
Friends may call from 1 to 6 p.m. today, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and from 10 a.m. to noon Friday at the Fulkerson Funeral Home in Watford City and for an hour before services Friday at the church.

Sarah McNaney
KILLDEER, N.D. - Sarah "Sallie" Erzinger McNaney, 71, of Killdeer, formerly of Grassy Butte, died Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2000, at the Hilltop Home of Comfort in Killdeer.
Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. MST Saturday, Feb. 12, in the Community Hall at Grassy Butte. The Rev. Todd Smelser will officiate and interment will follow at the Grassy Butte Cemetery.
A family service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 12, at the Hilltop Home of Comfort in Killdeer.
Friends may call until 6 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday at the Fulkerson Funeral Home in Watford City and for an hour before services Saturday at the Community Hall in Grassy Butte.

Malachi Olson
Feb. 5, 2000-Feb. 7, 2000
MINOT, N.D. - Malachi Paul Olson, two-day-old son of Dr. Paul and LaVonne Olson, 904 25th St. N.W., Minot, died Monday, Feb. 7, 2000, at Trinity Health in Minot of congenital heart disease.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 11, at the First Lutheran Church in Minot. The Rev. Lee Yarger, the Rev. Jodi Wangsness, pastors at First Lutheran in Minot, and the Rev. Steve Odegaard, pastor at Norman Lutheran Church in Tioga, will officiate. Interment will follow at Rosehill Memorial Park in Minot.
Malachi Paul Olson was born Feb. 5, 2000, in Minot to Dr. Paul and LaVonne (Rice) Olson. He was baptized on Feb. 5, 2000, by the Rev. Lee Yarger.
He is survived by his parents and two brothers, Joshua and Micah, all of Minot; a sister, Michelle of Moorhead, Minn.; maternal grandparents, Jerome and Ardis Rice of Tioga; paternal grandparents, Dr. M.J. and JoAnn Olson of Williston; paternal great-grandmother, Cora Larson of Williston; aunts and uncles, Brian and Karen Rice of Balsam Lake, Wis., Michael Rice of Brooklyn Center, Minn., Todd and Kristi Rice of Grand Forks, Dr. Mark and Cindy Olson of Williston, Amy and Joel Wilt of Bismarck and Jenny Olson of Massachusetts; and numerous cousins.
Friends may call until 8:30 p.m. today at the Thompson-Larson Funeral Home in Minot.


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