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Edward Sauvageau

August 08, 2015

Prayer Service - Thursday

August 13, 2015
- 7:00 PM

Boulger Funeral Home & Celebration of Life Center, Fargo

Visitation - Thursday

August 13, 2015
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Boulger Funeral Home & Celebration of Life Center, Fargo

Mass of Christian Burial - Friday

August 14, 2015
- 10:00 AM

St. Mary's Cathedral, Fargo

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Boulger Funeral Home

Edward Sauvageau

August 08, 2015

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Edward Sauvageau 95, Fargo, ND passed away on Saturday, August 8, 2015 at Sanford Palliative Care surrounded by his family.

Edward Marcel Sauvageau was born on May 14, 1920 in Fargo (St. John’s Hospital) to Gideon and Cecelia (Trottier) Sauvageau. Ed grew up between Hickson and Horace on his father’s farm. He attended the Montplaisir School and then St. Joseph’s/St. Benedict Academy at Horace, ND. Ed worked for his uncle, Adrian Sauvageau on the farm ($15.00 a month @11hours/day). Edward Sauvageau and Angela Rheault were married on June 5, 1941 at ST. Benedict Church, Horace, ND. Ed began work at the Fargo Foundry and then worked at the Olsen Casket Company/Fm Casket for 27 years until 1969 when he went to work for Cass Clay Creamery. Ed retired in 1981 after 12 ½ years with Cass Clay. Ed was a member of the Knights of Columbus and belonged to St. Anthony’s and then St. Mary’s. Ed always enjoyed working in his garden and was known as, “The Tomato King”

Ed is survived by his wife, Angela; children, Gerald (Peggy), Glenrock, Wyo., Richard (Jeanne) Blaine, MN, Daniel, Moorhead, MN, Sandra (Kurt) Smith, Bloomington, MN, Karen (Joseph) Amundson, Fargo, Michael (Betty), Fargo, Dean (Sandi), Fargo, Renee McPherson, Fargo, and Tona Sauvageau, Fargo; 23 grandchildren; 50 great grandchildren; 10 great-great grandchildren; brother, David, Mesa, AZ; Sister, Catherine Grandbois, West Fargo. He was preceded in death by his parents, Gideon and Cecilia Sauvageau, 4 brothers and 4 sisters, son, Thomas and daughter, Beverly Hanson.

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16 responses to “Edward Sauvageau”

  1. From a caring person;;Kathleen Bennett says:

    To all of the Sauvageau family & esp. to my friend/co worker(Char Anda) of the passing of your Uncle.
    I know all of you will miss Ed but from what I hear about him, he lived a very good/long life.
    But I know it still hurts very much to loose a loved one.
    Hold on tight to the many special memories that he leaves with you. Such a very nice photo of him.
    My Thoughts/Prayers are with all of your family.

  2. Ann Seczko says:

    I am sorry to hear about your dad, Mike. It is hard to lose a parent. I hope you can rejoice remembering all the good times and holding them in your heart. In Christ, Ann and Gary

  3. Keith and Linda Zeutschel says:

    Our condolences to the family of Edward Sauvageau in this time of sorrow. My God’s blessings shine down upon your family in this time of grieving.

  4. Ryan McPherson says:

    I couldn’t have asked for a better Granfather than this man. He was a true blessing and gift from God and will be greatly missed and always in our thoughts forever.

  5. Jan Luptak says:

    Please accept my condolenscenes on the loss of Ed. He will be missed.

    I am a former president of Horace Seniors – now living in Aurora, Co.

    Jan Luptak

  6. Darlene jensen says:

    I am so sorry to hear of uncle Ed’s passing I will miss him greatly. My prayers are with all of you.

  7. Sheila Carter says:

    Grandpa, you are such a special man. You are truly a gift from God. I love you and miss you. Your loving and caring heart will forever live on in all of us.

  8. Tim Pederson says:

    I worked with Eddie at Cass Clay Creameries was back in the 70’s. I had many good discussions with him, and remember him fondly. My condolences to his family.

  9. Linda (Peake) Dalimonte says:

    On behalf of the Jeanne (Peake) Sauvageau family, we would like to express our sorrow for the passing of Mr. Sauvageau. Though we never had the privilege of spending much time with him, we know that he was a special man, loved by his family and all those who came to know him. He set a fine example for our brother-in-law, Richard, who is loved and admired by our entire family. If the days ahead are difficult, remember you will hold him in your heart; you will find solace in your family and your faith, and you can move forward knowing you have been blessed.

  10. Debbie Grant says:

    Everything I have ever heard & seen about your father/grandfather is that he was an amazing human being. Sending thoughts and prayers to all of you for your loss of such a great man!

  11. peg markey says:

    WHAT A WONDERFUL MAN WHAT A WONDERFUL LIFE

  12. Deloris (Sauvageau) Collins says:

    So sorry for the passing of Ed (dad), he was the most loving father-in-law, the gentlest and carring, soft spoken man I have ever met. I can only imagine the glorious meeting he is having seeing his son,Tom and daughter, Beverly and others that have gone before. He will be greatly missed. My love and condolences to the family.
    Deloris (Sauvageau) Collins in Fountain Hills, AZ

  13. Mike Sauvageau (San Diego) says:

    Aunt Angela & Family, Sorry to hear the loss of Uncle Ed. He has given you and all of us many years of great memories. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Take Car
    Love, Mike Sauvageau

  14. james lewis says:

    Dean, Sorry about your dad. Never say goodbye, just good journey.

  15. Jan & Rip Thompson says:

    Mike, Betty & Family, So sorry to hear about the passing of your Dad, I know he was a great man and loved dearly. It is a difficult time when we lose our parents and we miss them forever. Love & Prayers from us.

  16. Colleen (Panchott) Paseka says:

    My deepest condolences to Angela and family. Donnie spoke highly of his uncle Ed. Memories are something no one can ever take away.
    Prayers and thoughts are sent to all of you from Mesa, Az.

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