Warren Stebleton

Dec. 21, 1947-Jan. 3, 2022

Warren Stebleton, 74,

Surrey, ND, passed away

Monday, January 3, 2022,

at Trinity Hospital in


Warren Alan Stebleton

was born December 21,

1947, the son of George

and Dorothy (Frye) Steble-

ton, in Minot, ND. He was

raised and educated in

Minot, where he graduat-

ed from Minot High

School in 1966.

Warren enlisted in the

United States Army in

1967. He proudly served

his country during Viet-

nam. He was a Purple

Heart recipient and was

honorably discharged in


Warren was once mar-

ried to Ellen Schultz.

From this union two chil-

dren, Lori and Bradley,

were born.

Warren later met Sherri

Armbrust and together

they shared many happy


Warren worked as a car-

penter for Farroh Roof

and Truss and then Matt-

son Construction for

many years.

He enjoyed working on

race cars with his friend

Buddy Evenson and his

brothers, Curt and Jeff.

He loved to build things

such as speed boats with

his brother-in-law, Dale.

He also built two


He was a member of

Hope Lutheran Church

and enjoyed serving on

the church council and he

played music for many


Thank you Larry for

helping dad.

His loving family in-

cludes: companion, Sherri

Armbrust; daughter, Lori

(Mike) Nitsch, Bismarck;

son, Brad (Theresa) Ste-

bleton, Minot; grandchil-

dren, Jordan, Becca and

Rayce; siblings, Maxine

Henderson, Minot, Larry

Stebleton, Minot, Arnie

(Ida) Stebleton, Bismarck,

Lois (Dale) Falb, Newton

Falls, OH, Curtis (Cindy)

Stebleton, Lakeville, MN,

Jeffrey (Lori) Stebleton,

Minot, Shelle Stebleton,

Dallas, TX; and numerous

nieces, nephews and


Warren was preceded

in death by: his parents;

brother, Darrell Stebleton;

sisters, Eleanor Ehlke,

Judy Fetzer, and Janice


Funeral: Friday, Janu-

ary 7, 2022, at 10:30 a.m.

at Hope Lutheran Church,


Interment: Prairie

Peace Fellowship

Cemetery, Surrey, ND.

Visitation: Thursday

from 5 to 7 p.m. at

Thompson-Larson Fun-

eral Home, Minot.

Memorials: are pre-

ferred to Hope Lutheran

Church, Surrey.

The service will be

video recorded for the

public to view on Friday

evening and can be ac-

cessed by going to the

Thompson-Larson Fun-

eral home website:



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