Fargo Obituaries

Fargo Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Fargo, ND

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  • 17 hrs ago | via WKRN 

    Community learns of North Dakota mana s death with 2...

    Obituaries are a way for loved ones to commemorate those who have died, but one North Dakota man made sure his was short and sweet. Good Morning America reported that Doug Legler, from Fargo, North Dakota, was known for his love for his late wife and for his goofy faces.


  • 20 hrs ago | via WKYT 

    North Dakota man's two-word obituary goes viral

    A North Dakota man, known to be a jokester throughout his life, found a way to make people laugh at his death. The two word obituary first appeared in The Forum, a newspaper in Fargo, North Dakota, but it has since gone viral.


  • Yesterday | via Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog 

    Brevity Is The Soul Of... An Obituary?

    A man in Fargo, North Dakota had a strange request for his eventual death, he only wanted a two word obituary that said "Doug died." The man felt that going on about where you work, and the like, after death was unnecessary.


  • Yesterday | via Metro UK News 

    This is the simplest obituary ever, and it's brillia...

    For some people, it's with a loving tribute from their family in the obituaries section of a newspaper, providing their nearest and dearest with the opportunity to praise the departed. But then there's Douglas Legler, whose obituary seems to be definitive proof that just a few words can be just as effective as a whole tribute.


  • Thursday | via Mediaite.com 

    Is This the Greatest Newspaper Obituary Ever?

    While everyone else writes hagiographic biographies for their obituaries, listing every major accomplishment in detailed fashion, Legler insisted his eventual obit be as succinct as humanly possible. "He said over and over, when I die I want my obituary to just say 'Doug Died,'" Legler's daughter, Janet Stoll , told WDAZ .


  • Thursday | via The Independent 

    'Doug died': RIP Douglas Legler, the man with the mo...

    Obituaries can range from lengthy hagiographies detailing a person's life and character to a short and simple list of their passions, achievements and best traits, but Douglas Legler took obituary brevity to new levels this week. "He said over and over, when I die I want my obituary to just say 'Doug Died,'" Legler's daughter Janet Stoll told InForum .


  • Thursday | via National Public Radio 

    Despite Short Obit, Doug Led A Full Life

    Douglas Legler of Fargo, N.D., insisted that when he died, he only wanted his obituary to read: Doug Died. And after he died last month, that is exactly how it appeared in the local newspaper.


  • Monday Jun 29 | via Valley News Live 

    Community Says Goodbye to Kvalvog Brothers

    Family and friends gathered Monday morning to remember two Moorhead brothers who died last week in a rollover on Interstate-94 near Fergus Falls. Zachary and Connor Kvalvog were students and athletes at Park Christian School.


  • Wednesday Jun 24 | via Valley News Live 

    ALERT: "A Good Young Man Unknowingly Opened his...

    Fargo Police say a 24-year-old man murdered on Tuesday didn't know the alleged murderer. Ashley Hunter was arrested in connection with two murders in north Fargo.


  • Monday Jun 22 | via Pequot Lakes Echo 

    Mildred "Millie" Dailey

    Mildred Elva Julia Dailey, "Millie", 92, of Brainerd, MN died Monday, June 22, 2105 surrounded by her family at Edgewood Vista of Brainerd.


  • Tuesday Jun 9 | via Greenwich Citizen 

    4 dead, 4 hurt in carbon monoxide poisoning in rural...

    This photo provided by Cory Erickson of the Hillsboro Banner shows the home of Ross Matejcek in rural Blanchard, N.D., Tuesday, June 9, 2015 photo where authorities say Blanchard and three others died Sunday night in what they believe is a case of carbon monoxide poisoning. The Sheriff's Office says emergency responders rescued four other people from the home.


  • Monday Jun 8 | via Valley News Live 

    Preliminary Autopsy Confirms Head Trauma Cause of De...

    Preliminary autopsy results are back for a baby who died after being found unresponsive at a West Fargo day care. Detectives Tim Runcorn tells Valley News live the Hennepin County Medical Examiner has confirmed the cause of death for Owen Skodje as blunt force trauma to the head.


  • Monday Jun 8 | via KSTP 

    Infant Found Unresponsive at Unlicensed West Fargo D...

    A 6-month-old boy who was found unresponsive at a West Fargo, North Dakota, day care has died, police say. Police say they responded to the 1700 block of Huntington Court in West Fargo on a report of a baby who wasn't breathing.


  • Monday Jun 8 | via Pequot Lakes Echo 

    Genevieve Shoman

    Genevieve Pauline Shoman, 87, West Fargo, ND, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, June 8, 2015, surrounded by her family.


  • Friday Jun 5 | via Rock102online.com 

    Fargo baby dies after being found unresponsive at ...

    Six-month old Owen Skodje was found unresponsive at his West Fargo daycare Monday afternoon. He was airlifted to Children's Hospital in Minneapolis, where he died.


  • Friday Jun 5 | via Northwest Herald 

    Doe, Jayne

    Richard Kramer Born: Oct. 7, 1929; in Chicago, IL Died: May 27, 2015; in Fargo, ND Richard Kramer, age 85, of Longville, Minnesota, passed away on Wednesday, May 27, 2015, in Fargo, North Dakota. Richard was born on October 7, 1929, in Chicago.


  • May 30, 2015 | via Journal 

    James (Jim) Richard Gieseke

    James Richard Gieseke, passed away Tuesday, May 26th, 2015 at his home on Clark Lake, MN at the age of 69. Jim was born to Bernardt and Esther Gieseke in Comfrey, MN on July 19, 1945. Spending the majority of his years in Springfield, Jim raised his three children and owned and operated a service station and a small engine parts warehouse.


  • May 27, 2015 | via FindLaw 

    in Re: the Estate of Arline H. Hogen

    IN RE: the ESTATE OF Arline H. HOGEN, Deceased, Steven C. Hogen, Petitioner and Appellee and Cross-Appellant v. Rodney HOGEN, Respondent and Appellant and Cross-Appellee.