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Frank M. Damschen

Frank M. Damschen Munich, ND- 93, passed away Monday, October 31, at his home. Funeral service: 2 pm, Friday, November 4, at Zoar Free Lutheran Church, Hampden, ND. Visitation: 4-7 pm, with a 7 pm prayer service, Thursday, at Gilbertson Funeral H...

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Frank M. Damschen

Munich, ND- 93, passed away Monday, October 31, at his home. Funeral service: 2 pm, Friday, November 4, at Zoar Free Lutheran Church, Hampden, ND. Visitation: 4-7 pm, with a 7 pm prayer service, Thursday, at Gilbertson Funeral Home, Devils Lake, ND and for one hour prior to funeral service. Burial: Storlie Cemetery, rural Hampden.

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