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Dale Satermo

June 19, 1930 - September 20, 2011

Gathering:

12-1:00 PM, Wednesday, September 28, Waterford Chapedl, 1000 West Century Avenue, Bismarck, ND.

Funeral Service:

1:00 PM, Wednesday, September 28, Waterford Chapedl, 1000 West Century Avenue, Bismarck, ND.

Burial:

North Dakota Veterans Cemetery, Mandan, ND.

Arrangements:

Boulger Funeral Home.

Dale Satermo

June 19, 1930 - September 20, 2011

Obituary

Dale Vance Satermo, 81, of Bismarck, North Dakota, died Tuesday, September 20, at Villa Maria Nursing Home, Fargo, North Dakota.

Dale was born on June 19, 1930 in Van Hook, North Dakota to Ralph and Thelma (Halvorson) Satermo.  He attended 12 years of school at Van Hook, graduating from high school in 1948.  After high school, he attended North Dakota State School of Science studying refrigeration and air conditioning graduating from that course in 1950.

In 1951, Dale was drafted into the US Army where he served until his honorable discharge in 1953.  He attended North Dakota University from 1955 until 1958.  Dale spent the next 37 years working in the carpentry trade.

Dale was a member of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars.

He is survived by his long time companion, Freda Grace, and his brother, Keith Satermo and sister, Eunice Lohse. 

He is preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Dwight Satermo and Milton Satermo .

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  1. Veneda Yeager says:

    Corona CaliforniaI’m glad I had the opportunity to visit with Dale at the Halverson reunion. I will remember him always.

  2. Eric and Maria Satermo says:

    For here we have no enduring city, but we are looking for the city that is to come [Hebrews 13:14].

    Your lasting generosity to your nieces and nephews was unmatched and will not be forgotten. Rest in peace.

  3. Jim Sather says:

    Lincoln ND
    Dale was a very dear friend of mine for many years and I was saddened to hear of his passing.
    We were both in the carpentry trade so we had many hours of discussions about things related to carpentry. We helped each other on many different projects and saw each other almost every weekend.
    Dale was a very kind and generous man who would lend you anything he had or offer to help out if you needed a hand.
    Dale and Freida were like family because we spent many holidays and birthdays together and Dale made the best smoked turkey I have ever tasted.
    Dale was very intelligent and had a knack for figuring out ways to do things that might have at first seemed impossible.
    He was also an “inventor” of sorts as I remember the “Old Milwaulkee Beer can crushers” that he made out of old garage door opener motors.
    I could go on & on, but I will stop here and just say that I will miss him dearly.
    Goodbye old friend we’ll meet again some day and maybe crush a few cans together.
    Jim

  4. Don Storwold says:

    New Rockford ND
    I am truly sorry to hear about Dale passing away. We were four months in basic training together and 17 months in Treiste Italy. He was a great pal along with his brother Dwight.

    Don Storwold

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