Donald Halseth

April 8, 1935-Feb. 22, 2018

Donald Halseth, 82,

Minot, ND, passed away

Thursday, February 22,

2018, at his home.

Donald LeRoy Halseth

was born April 8, 1935,

the son of Oscar and

Florence (Kiefner) Hal-

seth, in Minot, ND. He

was raised and educated

in Minot.

Don was briefly drafted

into the United States

Army before being Honor-

ably Discharged in Febru-

ary of 1958. Following

this, he worked for a con-

crete foundry in Minot for

a number of years before

beginning work as a Vault

Deliveryman for Western

Wilbert Vault Company of

Minot in April of 1968.

Don worked for Wilbert

for 42 years before retiring

in July of 2010.

Don enjoyed hunting

during his earlier years.

He had a fondness for

Corvettes and his first was

a 1966 model. His second

was a 1990 model, for

which he drove to Wash-

ington State to retrieve

then drove it back to

North Dakota. He also en-

joyed entering and attend-

ing car shows. Don also

enjoyed playing bingo in

Velva, eating at Schatz

Crossroads Truck Stop

and driving around town

to visit with his friends,

such as his friend Joyce at

Walmart.

Don always enjoyed

spending time with and

giving candy bars to his

nieces and nephews as

they were growing up. He

particularly loved spend-

ing time with his special

great-niece-and-nephew:

Hudson and Harper; they

were the light of his eye.

Surviving family in-

cludes:

Sisters, Donna (Jerry)

Kennedy, Brush Prairie,

WA and Bonnie Monar-

chi, Mansfield, OH; broth-

ers, Harlan Halseth and

James Halseth, both of

Minot, Darrell (Trudy)

Halseth, Kalama, WA and

Kenneth Halseth, Sparks,

NV; and numerous nieces,

nephews and cousins.

Don was preceded in

death by: his parents; sis-

ters, Betty Banna and

Marjorie Halseth; broth-

ers, Robert and Terry Hal-

seth; sisters-in-law, Janice

Halseth and LaVern Hal-

seth; nieces, Linda Ken-

nedy and Peggy Hall; and

two uncles, Alvin and El-

mer Halseth.

Funeral: Friday, March

2, 2018, at 11:00 a.m. at

Thompson-Larson Fun-

eral Home, Minot, ND.

Interment: Rosehill

Memorial Park, Minot,

ND.

Visitation: One hour

prior to the service at the

funeral home.

Those wishing to sign

the online register and

share memories may ac-

cess the online obituaries

section at

(www.thompson

larson.com).