Fargo Obituaries

Fargo Obituaries

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  • Tuesday Feb 21 | via Pequot Lakes Echo 

    Jean E. Murray

    Visitation will be from 3-5 p.m. today, Feb. 22, at Halvorson Johnson Funeral Home in Brainerd.

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  • Saturday Feb 18 | via Pequot Lakes Echo 

    Minding Our Elders: Recovery from double grief may r...

    Photograph of author Carol Bursack of Minding Our Elders by Ann Arbor Miller, annarbormiller.com.

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  • Wednesday Feb 15 | via Glasgow Courier 

    Mary Ann Moen

    Long time Valley County resident Mary Ann Moen, 93, passed away on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, from natural causes in Fargo, N.D., with her daughter, Ruth, by her side. A Celebration of Life will be held at First Lutheran Church in Glasgow on Wednesday, March 8, at 11 a.m. She was born on Feb. 18, 1923, in Polson, Mont., to Homer and Ruth Clowes.

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  • Sunday Feb 12 | via Valley News Live 

    Two people killed in Saturday nights crash were NDSU...

    Two people that were killed in a Saturday night crash on I-94 near Glyndon, Minnesota were North Dakota State University students. The driver of the Chevy Cobalt, 18-year-old Danie Leigh Thomssen of Fargo, North Dakota, and 19-year-old Carson Dennis Rone of Oakes, North Dakota, who was a passenger, died after their car slid off the highway and hit a guardrail in the median.

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  • Saturday Feb 4 | via The Paducah Sun Online Edition 

    Glenda M. Distler

    Glenda was a member of First Christian Church and active in many projects of the church.

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  • Jan 16, 2017 | via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 

    Obituary: Tommy Allsup / Guitarist who backed Buddy ...

    Tommy Allsup, a rockabilly and western swing guitarist who became a renowned backup player for Bob Wills, Kenny Rogers and hundreds of other entertainers on thousands of recording sessions - and who owed his long career to a fateful coin toss in 1959 - died Wednesday in Springfield, Mo. He was 85. Mr. Allsup was touring the Midwest with rock sensation Buddy Holly on Feb. 2, 1959, when Holly, tired of riding through the snow in an unheated tour bus, chartered a four-seat Beechcraft airplane for him and the band.

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