Mary Misek

Sept. 25, 1925-Feb. 5, 2017

Mary Deibler Misek,

Granville, passed away

February 5, 2017 in a Rug-

by Hospital.

Mary Deibler was born

September 25, 1925, the

daughter of Frank and

Lola (Hamilton) Deibler,

south of Granville. She

was raised and educated

in Granville. During

World War II she worked

at Renton, Washington,

where she was part of

helping build 80,000 land-

ing crafts, 100,000 tanks,

15 million guns and 41

trillion rounds of ammun-


Mary met Ray Misek in

Chicago and they were

united in marriage Febru-

ary 1, 1947 at the Chicago

Temple. In March of 1949,

right after a big blizzard,

they moved to Granville

which has been home the

past 68-plus years.

Mary was very actively

involved in all the

children’s and

grandchildren’s school

and 4-H activities. She

spent several years as a

4-H leader of the Handy

Helpers 4-H club. She was

also involved in genealo-

gy, spending countless

hours tracing the family


She was an active

member of the Hope

Congregational Church,

Mouse River Loop Genea-

logical Society and the

Daughters of the Ameri-

can Revolution. In March

2016, she was honored as

a Rosie the Riveter.

Mary is survived by:

her seven children, Alan

Misek, Granville, Susan

(Lloyd) Danielson, Baker,

Oregon, Kevin (LaRee)

Misek, Finley, Stanley

(Angie) Misek, Bismarck,

Gailen (Dorothy) Misek,

Norton, KS, Jill (Steve)

Huizinga, Comstock Park,

MI, and Frank (Heather)

Misek, Lethbridge, Alber-

ta; 10 grandchildren:

Brent and Brian Daniel-

son, Kristi Mosser, Heath-

er Vandrovec, Melissa

Carlson, Jeremy Misek,

Sarah and Lacey Misek,

Grace and Chase Misek;

three stepgrandchildren

Matthew, and Amber

Huizinga and Amanda

Franquist; five

great-grandchildren: Rylee

and Dylan Vandrovec,

Raelynn and Joslyn Dun-

can, Theodore Carlson;



Anthony and Emily

Mosser, Ethan and Alexis

Huizinga and Blake Fran-

quist; one sister, Donna;

one brother, Donald; and

numerous nieces and


Mary was preceded in

death by: her husband,

Ray; grandson, Derek;

parents, Frank and Lola

Deibler; and a brother,

Frank (Jack) Deibler.

Signing of the guest

book: Thursday, July 13,

2017 from 2 until 5 p.m.,

at Thompson-Larson Fun-

eral Home, Minot.

Memorial Service: Fri-

day, July 14, 2017 at 10

a.m. at Hope Congrega-

tional Church, Granville.

Graveside Service: Fri-

day, July 14, 2017 at 3

p.m. at the North Dakota

Veterans Cemetery, Man-