Angeline Pedersen

March 24, 1943-March 5, 2018

Angeline J. “Angie”

Pedersen, 74, Velva, died

Monday, March 5, 2018 in

a Velva Nursing Care

Center.

Angie Pedersen was

born March 24, 1943 on

the family farm near Or-

rin, North Dakota the

daughter of Martin and

Rose (Degenstein) Martin.

She was raised on the

family farm near Orrin

and educated at Antelope

Township Country

School. During her

younger years she was

employed with Ellison’s

Department Store and The

Keg Restaurant in Minot.

Angie was united in

marriage to Marvin Peder-

sen on March 11, 1966 at

Oak Valley Lutheran

Church, Velva. They

made their home

throughout the years in

Velva, where along with

raising their three chil-

dren, she also provided

day-care for children in

her home for a number of

years.

Angie was a longtime

member of Oak Valley

Lutheran Church, a Velva

Coffee Club, enjoyed mak-

ing doilies, as well as

cooking, especially many

German dishes. She espe-

cially enjoyed attending

many of her

grandchildren’s activities

throughout the years.

Her loving family in-

cludes: husband of 51

years, Marvin Pedersen,

Velva, ND; children, Nan-

cy (Mike) Lucy of Minot,

ND; Sandra Fruhling, Vel-

va, ND; Myron (Bonnie)

Pedersen, Velva, ND;

grandchildren, Samantha

(Ryan) Rasmusson, Ash-

ley, Haddie, Jocelyn Lucy,

Seth Fruhling, Lacee

Fruhling, McKenzie, Hay-

ley, Kady, Emma and Ma-

son Pedersen; great grand-

son, Lincoln Rasmusson;

sisters, Laura Vetter, Dic-

kinson, ND, Mary Schatz,

Anamoose, ND, Stefina

Demchuk, Minot, ND,

Kathy Branson, Fergus

Falls, MN, Linda Black,

Minot, ND; several nieces,

nephews and cousins.

Angie was preceded in

death by: her parents and

brothers, John, Edward,

Martin, Alvin & Kenneth

Martin.

Celebration of Life ser-

vice: Saturday, March 10,

2018 at 11:00 a.m. in Oak

Valley Lutheran Church,

Velva.

Interment: Velva Com-

munity Cemetery, later in

the spring.

Visitation: At the re-

quest of the family, there

will not be a viewing,

however friends may sign

a memorial register book

on Friday, March 9th from

4:00-6:00 p.m. in the Tho-

mas Family Funeral

Home, Minot.

Memorials are preferred

to the Trinity Cancer Care

Center or Oak Valley

Lutheran Church.

Those wishing to sign

the online memorial regis-

ter are invited to use the

expressions of sympathy

section at

(www.thomasfamily

funeralhome.com).