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A. Miranda "Mandy" Stenerson

A. Miranda "Mandy" Stenerson, age 98, of Grand Forks, formerly of Edinburg, passed away on Tuesday, February 6, 2007 at Valley Memorial Eldercare Center where she had resided since December, 1996. Mandy Olson was born February 20, 1908 at Cumming...

A. Miranda "Mandy" Stenerson, age 98, of Grand Forks, formerly of Edinburg, passed away on Tuesday, February 6, 2007 at Valley Memorial Eldercare Center where she had resided since December, 1996.
Mandy Olson was born February 20, 1908 at Cummings, ND the daughter of the late O.P. and Helena (Arnegard) Olson. She was baptized in the Lutheran Faith. She moved with her family to Park River, ND in 1910 and was raised and educated there. Mandy married Stanley M. Stenerson of Edinburg, ND on January 3, 1927. They spent their married life in Edinburg, where she was an active member of Trinity Lutheran Church and civic groups in the community. The couple moved to Grand Forks in 1987, where they were members of St. Marks Lutheran Church. Stanley Stenerson passed away June 7, 1989. In her residence at Valley Eldercare Center Mandy placed her spiritual needs with Chaplain Reverend Roger Brockmeyer. We thank Rev. Brockmeyer and the care giving staff at the 300 unit for their kind and wonderful attention given to our Mother these past ten years. Our sincere thank you for special care given to Mandy by Eleanor and Bob Carlson, Ruth Johnson and Debbie Bakke and for their loving kindness and their help for many years. Mandy is survived by four children: Lyla (Herb) Wogsland, Grand Forks, ND; Lon (Arlene) Stenerson, Grafton, ND; Sterling Stenerson, Cleveland, OH; Sandra (Loren) Johnson, Duluth, MN; ten grandchildren: Rob Wogsland, Missoula, MT; Tom Wogsland, Grand Forks, ND; Lonna (John) Hillis, Cavalier, ND; Leanne (Steve) Osland, Fargo, ND; Monte Stenerson, Iola, WI; John (Eileen) Stenerson, Charlotte, NC; Tom (Devina) Stenerson, Portland, OR; Andy (Juliana) Stenerson, Amaganset, NY, Jeff (Mary) Johnson, Roseville, MN; Steffan (Laurie Chapman) Johnson, Duluth, MN; 20 great grandchildren, One great great grandchild, sister Donah (Homer) Lucken, White Bear Lake, MN; sister-in-law Alice Olson, Park River, ND; one nephew: Dr. Frank (Jeanine) Walker, Missoula, MT; four nieces: Earlene (Fred) Gwinn, Washington, DC; Joanne Olson, New York, NY; Ann (Bruce) Olson, Finlayson, MN; Mary (Larry) Pleasant, Katy, TX; several cousins including Bill (Clarice) Kennedy of Grand Forks, ND. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, daughter Sherry Lee in 1952, brothers: Ernest and Earl Olson, Sisters: Inez Olson and Lila (Olson) Walker and niece Jean Lucken. Funeral Services will be Saturday, February 10, 2007 at 3:00 p.m. at the Valley Eldercare Center, 2900 14th Ave. S. Grand Forks, ND. Visitation will be for one hour prior to the service at Valley Eldercare Center. Interment will be at Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Edinburg, ND. An online guestbook is available at www.tollefsonfuneral home.com. The Tollefson Funeral Home of Edinburg, ND is in charge of the arrangements.

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