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Her life was founded on her love of family, a deep but quiet Catholic faith, a zest for life and fun, and profound compassion and kindness.
She was never heard to utter an unkind word, but occasionally swore when the Minnesota Vikings lost another one.
She was a devoted wife, tireless and loving mother to seven children, beloved sister, grandmother and cherished friend to so many.
Lois, who recently turned 83, faced many challenges and much heartbreak over her life, including the death of her husband and son, Steve, in 2000.
After her death, hundreds of those students spanning many generations recalled the gentle impact Lois had on their lives.
We all felt like your mom was our mom, one of them, Dana Aune Colborne, wrote to a Madigan sibling after Lois passing.
Paul; Two brothers, Gordon Bergo of Peoria, Ariz., and Vernon Keel of Denver; grandchildren Melanie Ford; Patrick Madigan; Tim and Tyler Madigan; Sean and Mackenzie Madigan and their mother, Carma Madigan; Riley Madigan; Joe Madigan; Aedan and Mairenn ONeil. next Tuesday at O'Halloran Murphy Funeral home, 575 Snelling Avenue, St. Josephs Catholic Church, Red Lake Falls, Minnesota with Father Bob Schreiner presiding. Raymond Paul Miller was born October 20, 1929, the first son of Arnold and Alice (Roy) Miller.
Visitation will be held Sunday February 25, 2018 from - with a PM prayer service and one hour prior to the funeral at St Josephs Catholic Church. He grew up on the family farm outside of Red Lake Falls. Joseph Grade School and he graduated from Lafayette High School in 1948.
For decades thereafter, Lois, the school nurse, provided a safe and loving place for students to land.
To the union of Ray and Elaine ten children were born.
The first, Barbara, was born on June 1, 1951 in Long Beach, CA.
Thank you for sharing your mom with us all for so many of our growing years. Lois was born on January 9, 1935, in Turtle Lake, N. Friends would later recall how the couple was poetry on the dance floor.
D., a small town in the western part of the state, to Augustine and Oliver Bergo. She was a popular student and star basketball and softball player in high school, and tried to keep her two brothers, Gordon Bergo and Vernon Keel, on the straight and narrow. From the time she was a little girl, she dreamed of becoming a nurse, an ambition realized in 1956 when she earned a three-year nursing degree from St. As they began their lives in Crookston, Myke worked in the lumber business while Lois took a job as a nurse at St. She started with the Crookston public schools in 1971.