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Lyle Harold Moe was born Nov. 18, 1953, to Edward and Helen (Sveen) Moe, the third of four boys, in Grafton, N.D. Lyle grew up on his ... Lyle attended the University of North Dakota School of Law. During this time, he welcomed two of his three children. (Daily Times)
Graveside services will be Friday at St. John’s Catholic Cemetery in Grafton, North Dakota. She died Wednesday ... sent via the web at walkerfuneralgillette.com or attached to the obituary on the News Record's website at gillettenewsrecord.com (Gillette News Record)
Also surviving are one son, Marlin Scott Keith and his wife Tanya of Center, North Dakota; three daughters, Lisa Tracey and husband Russell of Kansas City, Missouri, Angela Hayes and husband Harold “Bub” of Salem, WV, and Greta Hines of Salem ... (theet.com)
She is survived by her husband of 31 years, Michael Nolette of Londonderry; and three brothers, Joseph Rodonis and William Rodonis, Jr., both of Litchfield, NH, and Richard Rodonis of North Dakota ... North Grafton, MA, 01536. To send a condolence or ... (Nashua Telegraph)
Wally exchanged wedding vows with the love of his life, Ethel Anderson, Dec. 14, 1947 in Minneapolis. They made their home in Grafton, North Dakota, where he managed the food department for Gamble Skomgo. In 1949, he seized the opportunity to become a ... (Wahpeton Daily News)
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