Morris Carl Nather
DaWise Perry Funeral Services
Morris Nather, 77, Mandan, North Dakota, formerly of Fargo, passed away surrounded by his family after a brief struggle with cancer on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at the VA Medical Center, Fargo. Graveside Services will be held at 2:00 PM Friday, March 2, 2018 at the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery, Mandan.
Bismarck, North Dakota
Morris Carl Nather was born on May 5, 1940 to Vincent and Louise (Langager) Nather in Dawson, ND. He grew up in Fargo and graduated from Fargo Central High School on May 22, 1958. He entered the United States Marine Corps in 1960, where he served for six years. In 1964, he completed Marine Security Guard training and was assigned to the Paris Embassy.
After leaving the military, he worked at various jobs in Seattle, WA and San Diego, CA before returning to Fargo in 1972 to work as an auto mechanic. He was employed by Goodyear in downtown Fargo from 1974 to 1989.
Upon retirement, he moved to Bismarck where he was a devoted member of First Lutheran Church, eventually serving as the Council President. Morris was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed boating, hunting and fishing. He loved music, sweets, Bible study, and spending time with his family and friends from church. He took great pride in having served his country and his congregation and in the accomplishments of his grandchildren, grand-nephews and grand-nieces.
He is survived by his daughters: Mary Jane (Mark) Nather Shroyer, Galesburg, IL and Sarah Nather Jacobs, Fargo, ND; two grandchildren: Jordan and Lucas Shroyer, Galesburg, IL; three siblings: Mabel (Ronald) Sacrison, Fargo, ND; Sharon (Larry) Goerger, Peoria, AZ; and Gary (Sue) Nather, Bismarck, ND; and seven nieces and nephews, their spouses and children.
Morris was preceded in death by his parents Vincent and Louise Nather and his nephew Jason Goerger.
To honor Morris, memorials may be made to the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery Foundation, 1825 46th Street, Mandan, ND 58554.
In Memory of Morris Nather, by Donnie Bergoust
The Fargo Forum, 5 August 2001, Section A24, Page 42
Harley Lawrence Natvig, 60, Redding, Calif., and Pelican Rapids, Minn., died Friday in his home on Prairie Lake near Pelican Rapids. (Allen & Dahl, Redding).
Website Note: Harley was a SP4 in the US Army, born 26 Nov 1940, died 3 Aug 2001 and buried in Veterans Redding Cemetery, Redding California.
Contributed by classmate Ruth Engh Westrick
27 June 2016
KENNETH D. NORDMAN
Kenneth D. Nordman, age 76, passed away June 27, 2016 at Essentia Health Hospital, Fargo.
Kenneth was born December 20, 1939 in Noonan, ND to Walter and Lois (Bird) Nordman. He grew up in Noonan and moved to Fargo in 1957. He graduated from Central High School in 1958. He married Carol Lasneski on September 28, 1963. He was a truck driver and farmer until he retired in 2009. He enjoyed John Deere tractors and Ford pickups, classic country music, westerns, his dog Milo, and spending time with his kids and grandkids.
He is survived by his wife, Carol; his children: Denise (Brad) Ruud; Dale (Vicki) Nordman; Cheryl (Donald) Tessmer; Jon (Tina) Nordman; Kari (Shane) Lewis; 14 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren; his sister, Karen (Nick) Marchand.
He was preceded in death by his parents and grandparents; and a brother, Leslie.
A memorial service will be held at 2:00pm on Friday, July 1, 2016 with a visitation one hour prior to services at Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center.
Bonnerup Funeral & Cremation Services - Death notice in The Fargo Forum, 4 May 2013
Funeral services for Kent Roger Olsen, age 72, of Albert Lea, will be held on Wednesday, May 8, at 10:30AM, at Bonnerup Funeral Home in Albert Lea. The Rev. Nancy Overgaard will officiate. Interment will be at the Lakewood Cemetery following the ceremony. Visitation will be on Tuesday, May 7, from 5:00PM to 7:00PM at the Bonnerup Funeral Home. Kent died on May 2, at his home with loved ones by his side.
Kent was born on December 28, 1940, in Fargo, North Dakota, to Kermit and Laura Mae (Bailey) Olsen. He lived in
Hannaford, North Dakota, most of his childhood until 1952, when he and his family moved to Fargo. Kent graduated from Fargo Central High School in 1958. He worked his way through college and graduated from North Dakota State University in 1965 with a Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering. In July of 1965, he moved to Fairmont, Minnesota, and was employed at Fairmont Railway Motors as a draftsman. There he met Shirley Osborn, who was working as a secretary in the engineering department. They were married June 11, 1966, in Fairmont.
In March of 1968, they moved with their daughter, Karen, to Albert Lea, where Kent joined ALMCO as a project engineer. He and Shirley moved with Karen and son, Paul, to Sterling Heights, Michigan, in June of 1970, when Kent became ALMCO'S Branch Manager in Detroit. In August of 1974, they moved back to Albert Lea with daughters, Karen and Laura Mae, and sons, Paul and Tom. Kent accepted the position of Director of Research and Development at ALMCO. He became one of the owners of ALMCO in April of 1988. When Innovance became owner of ALMCO in July of 2004, Kent became a consultant. He worked there until February of 2009.
Kent is survived by his wife, Shirley; children, Tom and Karen Hallisy of Albert Lea, Paul and Deb Olsen of Worthington, Tom Olsen of Chanhassen, and Laura Mae Gilbertson of Albert Lea. Grandchildren; Jackson and Tiffany Hallisy, Andrew and Bryce Olsen, and Scott and Julissa Gilbertson. Brother, James Olsen of Huntington Beach, California. Sister-in-law, Marilyn Olsen of Berryville, Virginia. Nephews, nieces, other family members, and friends. Kent was preceded in death by his father in 1977, his mother in 1992, his brother, Alan, in 1996, and his sister-in-law, Maryalice Olsen, in 2002.
Kent loved being with his children. He was so proud of them and just wanted them to be happy. As they were growing up, he enjoyed taking them on trips. When the grandchildren came along, he was a very proud grandpa. His family meant so much to him. Anyone who knew Kent knew of his love of cars and car racing. Also, his need for a clean car. He always said that a clean car ran better. The kids grew up going to races on weekends, and making good memories. We will miss his racing stories. After the kids grew up, he liked going for motorcycle rides, as well as bicycle rides. It was his way of relaxing and seeing the country at the same time. The family wishes to thank the Short Stay Staff of Thorne Crest. They were very caring and always did extra things to help make his stay go better. He had some special nurses and aids he called angels. Also, the people at Health Reach were very patient and kind. Home Health, and Hospice showed us understanding, respect and were there when we needed them. His unconditional and never changing love is something Shirley will always treasure.
Any memorials may be given to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the Cancer Society, or Easter Seals. These were the charities Kent liked to support.
DONNA OSMUNDSON - A Cappella; Girls' Glee Club; Sophomore Chorus; Intramural Sports; Pep Club; Science Club, Medical; Tripolitan; "Sweethearts," Chorus.
Died: 17 December 2012, Denver, Colorado
From Mt. View Mortuary and Cemetery, San Bernardino, California - Diane Roberta Quiggle
July 21, 1940 - April 21, 2016; Arrangements under the direction of Mt. View Mortuary & Cemetery, San Bernardino, CA.
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