Verna MoffettVerna Moffett, 68, of Inkster, ND, passed away Saturday, April 23 at the First Care Health Center in Park River, ND.
Verna Moffett, 68, of Inkster, ND, passed away Saturday, April 23 at the First Care Health Center in Park River, ND.
Verna was born February 15, 1943 near Inkster, the daughter of Harry and Viola (Fisher) Moreland. She was raised, educated and grew to womanhood at Inkster. She then attended Aaker's Business College in Fargo. Verna was married to Wade Moffett on March 23, 1963 in Faith Lutheran Church of Inkster. After their marriage the couple lived in the Inkster area. She worked for many years at the Grafton Developmental Center, the Larimore Good Samaritan Center and drove school bus for Midway Public School.
Verna was a good cook; she loved being outdoors watching birds and enjoyed attending sporting events. Verna had been a caregiver to many people in the community. She had a heart of gold and provided so much support to everyone around her. Verna was loved by many and will be greatly missed.
She is survived by her husband Wade, Inkster; children: Darrin (Elladean) Moffett, Fargo; Dan (Rhonda) Moffett, Fargo and Deanne (Larry) Lunski, Ardoch, ND; 11 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild; brothers: Stan (Joann) Moreland, Inkster; Russell (Jan) Moreland, Inkster; Elwin (Shirley) Moreland, Grand Forks; and sister: Marjorie (Don) Wiester, Kearney, NE; as well as many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, son Don Moffett and brother Melvin Moreland.
SERVICES will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 30 in the Midway Public School near Inkster. Burial will be in the Inkster Cemetery, Inkster.
BAKKE FUNERAL HOME, LARIMORE, ND
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