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Arline Loe

August 06, 2015

Memorial Service

August 11, 2015 11:00 AM with a visitation One hour prior

Hope Lutheran Church, North Campus

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Boulger Funeral Home

Arline Loe

August 06, 2015

Obituary

Arline Anne Loe, passed away on Thursday, August 6, surrounded by her family at Bethany on 42nd, having reached the age of 91.

Arline was born August 1, 1924, in St. Paul, MN, to Frank and Katherine (Jerry) Lenart. She graduated from Harding High School in St. Paul. Following school, she took business and secretarial courses at Rasmussen Business College.

She met and married her longtime Army pen pal, Lloyd Julian Loe in 1949. Arline worked as a stenographer for various firms before and after she was married. Lloyd and Arline made their home in Maynard, MN, and Arlington, MN before settling in St. Paul where they started their family. Lloyd’s job led them to live in Fargo, Billings, MT, Overland Park, KS, and back to Fargo in 1969 where they remained.

Wherever she lived, Arline was always active within the church. Lloyd and Arline worked for many years together making a variety of items they sold at craft fairs around the area. Arline was an excellent seamstress, always sewing for herself and her family. In her later years she turned her talents towards making doll clothing and stuffed animals. She loved cooking, baking, and canning. She loved their back yard, the Minnesota Twins and Vikings. She loved spending time with and was very influential in the lives of her grandchildren.

She is survived by her daughters: Pamela (Loy) Larson, Fargo; Linda (Don) Jemtrud, Fargo; grandchildren: Katie (Tim) Glaser, Fargo; Joseph (Alissa) Hahn, Fargo; Scott Hahn, Fargo; James (Stephanie) Jemtrud, Marion, IA; Jacob Jemtrud, Fargo; great grandchildren: Logan and Jack Glaser, Fargo; Silas Jemtrud, Marion, IA; sister, Mildred (Glenn) Ahmann, St. Paul, MN.

She is preceded in death by her parents, husband Lloyd, grandson, Daniel Hahn, sisters: Katherine, Peggy, Dorothy, Edith, brothers: Lawrence and Donald.

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5 responses to “Arline Loe”

  1. Candy Thompson says:

    I really enjoyed getting to know Arline, through Pam. She was such a warm, funny woman! She enjoyed life and the most important thing to her was her family. Whenever Pam brought me around, Arline always had that beautiful smile on her face and made me feel welcome. I always loved that about her. She was one classy lady who will be missed by all who knew her!

  2. Tara Askland-Kadrie says:

    Pam and Linda I am truly sorry to her about your mom. She was such a sweet person and so bubbly. You and your families are in my thoughts and prayers. Tara

  3. Lonna Askland-Rinke says:

    My mom, Lorrie, showed me the article in the Forum today. She remembers Arline, though they lost communication through the years.

    Pam and Linda, your mom had a vivacious personality and a smile that will light up the heavens. I’m sure she will be missed by many.

    Our condolences, Lorrie Askland and Lonna Askland-Rinke

  4. Brandi Ochoa (Schiefert) says:

    so sorry for this loss. I loved “grandmas” spunk and sense of humor! I’ll never forget how she adored Katie…even when she was being…well..Katie! 😉 I spent enough nights on her couch with Katie..enough to feel comfortable with grandma and grandpa…treasured memories…hugs to all!

  5. Ann Seczko says:

    It is hard to say good-bye to a dear mother. I hope you can rejoice remembering all the good times and treasuring each and every moment. She gave you many valuable gifts in life and those will always live in your heart. Thank God the Easter promise assures us that death is not the final say. In Christ, Ann

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