Dorothy Bohm

Sept. 7, 1925-Nov. 19, 2020

MOHALL – Dorothy

Virginia Bohm, 95, Minot,

formerly of Mohall, died

Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020,

at a Minot hospital.

She was born Sept. 7,

1925, near Sherwood, to

R. Hayes and Augusta

(Schulte) Stewart. She be-

gan her education at Eden

Valley School until it

closed in 1941. She gra-

duated from Mohall High

School in 1943. She was

then employed by

Trutna’s Department

Store in Mohall.

Dorothy was united in

marriage to Didrik “Dick”

Bohm on Dec. 31, 1949.

They lived and farmed in

Hurley Township, rural

Mohall, until moving to

Kent, Wash., where Dick

was employed by Boeing

Company. They returned

to the Mohall area in 1970

and resumed farming.

They retired in 1987.

They enjoyed traveling,

camping and fishing at

Van Hook, where they

made many new friends,

and enjoyed lots of pi-

nochle games. Dick died

April 17, 1999.

Dorothy was a member

of Zion Lutheran Church,

Mohall, and a charter

member of the Altar

Guild, taught Sunday

school and was active in

the church women’s or-


In 1994, she was ap-

pointed as a consumer

member of the North

Dakota State Examining

Committee for Physical

Therapists, serving until


In 2003, she moved to

Minot. She enjoyed

volunteer work, reading,

politics and was a Min-

nesota Twins fan. She at-

tended Christ Lutheran

Church, Minot, but kept

her membership at Zion

Lutheran Church, Mohall.

Family: brothers,

Donald Stewart, Sher-

wood, and William (Avis)

Stewart, Souris;

sister-in-law, Betty

Stewart, Minot; and

numerous nieces and


Dorothy was preceded

in death by: parents; hus-

band, Didrik; son, Douglas

Bohm; sister, Ada R. Han-

son; brothers, Wayne,

Vernon D., Berl K. and

Robert Stewart; and

sisters-in-law, Byrle

Stewart and Lyla Stewart.

Funeral: 10 a.m.,

Wednesday, Nov. 25,

2020, at Zion Lutheran

Church, Mohall. A link to

a video of the service will

be placed on her online

obituary after the service.

Burial: Mohall Com-

munity Cemetery, Mohall.

Visitation: 2 to 6 p.m.,

Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020, at

Brose Funeral Home,

Mohall. Friends may also

sign the online guestbook

at brosefuneralhome.com.

Memorials: Memorials

preferred to Zion Luth-

eran Church, Mohall;

Wartburg Seminary, Du-

buque, Iowa; or the

donor’s choice.