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Marian Lund Rice

Marian Lund RiceMarian Rice, 87, died Thursday, January 25, 2007 at Altru Hospital in Grand Forks, ND. She was born in Grafton, ND, the first daughter of Adolph Lund and Catherine (McIver) Lund February 8, 1919. She grew up in Grand Forks graduat...

Marian Lund RiceMarian Rice, 87, died Thursday, January 25, 2007 at Altru Hospital in Grand Forks, ND. She was born in Grafton, ND, the first daughter of Adolph Lund and Catherine (McIver) Lund February 8, 1919. She grew up in Grand Forks graduating from Central High School and the University of North Dakota. She married Harry F. Rice in Grand Forks July 31, 1941. In addition to raising four sons, Marian always found time to help others, working as a volunteer for Meals on Wheels, the Deaconess Hospital, Sadie Fitts' program for handicapped children, and transcribing books into Braille for the blind. Marian was an excellent golfer in her youth. She became an accomplished painter later in life. She also was the bookkeeper for the Churchill Shoe Store for 20 years. Marian is survived by her sister, Lorraine Lund, Grand Forks, and four sons, Pete, (Betsy) Newport, RI, Jon (Bobbie), Fargo, ND, Craig (Barbara), Lincroft, NJ, and Scott (Debbie) of Grand Forks. ND. There are 11 grandchildren: Kristen (Ryon) Boen, Alec (Miwako) Rice, Jodee (Brett) Brown, Jennifer (Jaison) Freed, Jay Rice, Jaime (Jennifer) Burris, Kate Rice, Jessica Rice, Lesli Rice, Brad Rice and 12 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harry, 1994 and a grandson, Chad, 2006. Private family remembrances are planned. Instead of flowers, donations to Meals on Wheels are encouraged. On-line guestbook registration is available at www.amundsonfuneralhome.com .

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