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Rebecca Joy Haroldson

Rebecca Joy Haroldson Rebecca Joy Haroldson, 66, of Indianapolis, Indiana died Saturday April 21, 2007 at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. Becky was born August 6, 1940 in Park River, North Dakota to George and Laura Olson Roberts. After hig...

Rebecca Joy Haroldson

Rebecca Joy Haroldson, 66, of Indianapolis, Indiana died Saturday April 21, 2007 at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis.

Becky was born August 6, 1940 in Park River, North Dakota to George and Laura Olson Roberts. After high school, she married Gerry Haroldson, where as a proud Marine wife, she traveled throughout the country and world with her son and husband before they settled in Indianapolis in 1978.

Becky was generous with her time, having volunteered at several local organizations. She also enjoyed socializing at bingo.

Mrs. Haroldson is survived by her husband, Gerry, of Indianapolis; her son Michael and his wife, Stephanie, of Brownsburg; her grandchildren, Elisabeth and William of Brownsburg; her brothers, Richard Roberts of Mesa, AZ and William Roberts of Grand Forks, ND; her sisters, Virginia Carl of Grand Forks, ND, Dorothy Carl of Minot, ND, and Judy Grinde of Grand Forks, ND. Her parents and a sister, Marjorie Carmack, preceded Becky in death.

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Following cremation, Becky's ashes will be laid to rest at Memorial Park Cemetery in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Memorial contributions may be made to Navy/Marine Corps Relief Society, P.O. Box 96172, Washington, D.C. 20090-6172.

Friends may call from 2-4:30 p.m. local time, Thursday, May 3, 2007 at the United Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 324 Chestnut St., Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Arrangements entrusted to Flanner & Buchanan Funeral Center, Zionsville, Indiana.

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