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Gladys Smestad

Gladys Smestad, 92, Hatton, ND, died Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2007 at Tri County Health Center at Hatton, ND. Gladys was born August 16, 1914, in Steele County, rural Hatton the daughter of Lewis and Amanda (Norgaard) Sletten. She attended school through...

Gladys Smestad, 92, Hatton, ND, died Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2007 at Tri County Health Center at Hatton, ND. Gladys was born August 16, 1914, in Steele County, rural Hatton the daughter of Lewis and Amanda (Norgaard) Sletten. She attended school through eighth grade at Angen Township School, rural Hatton. After eighth grade Gladys worked on the family farm and hired out for house and farm work. Gladys and her family attended Washington Prairie Lutheran Church where she was confirmed. She married Edwin Smestad who was a farmer. They had one daughter, Gayle who lives in Bismarck, ND, 4 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Gladys summarized her life by saying "I stayed pretty close to home and worked hard'. After Edwin's death she lived in Larimore, the Deaconess Health Center at Northwood and the past 12 years at Tri County Health Center at Hatton. Seven brothers and sisters also survive, Knute Sletten, Dallas, Texas, Marian Domier, Mayville, ND, Marvin Sletten, Mason City, Iowa, Marcella Flaten, Klemme, Iowa, Dorothy Overmoen, Hillsboro, ND, Elroy Sletten, Wisconsin and Frank Sletten, Minneapolis, MN. She was preceded in death by 4 sisters, 3 brothers and husband Edwin. Funeral services will be held on Friday, February 9, 2007 at 2:00 p.m. in the Tri County Health Center, Hatton, ND with visitation l hour before services. The interment will be in the Washington Prairie Cemetery, rural Hatton. The Bilden Funeral Home, Hatton is in charge of arrangements.

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