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Louise Rheault

February 27, 1953 - December 24, 2010

Gathering:

9-10:00 A.M. Wednesday, December 29 in Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Funeral Service:

10 A.M. Wednesday, December 29 at Boulger Funeral Home in Fargo.

Arrangements:

Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo

Louise Rheault

February 27, 1953 - December 24, 2010

Obituary

Louise Ann Rheault was born to Alpha & Lorraine Rheault on February 27th, 1953 at St Ansgar’s hospital in Moorhead, Minnesota.  Louise enlisted in the United States Air Force where she served two years and was honorably discharged after the birth of her son. She also lived in other states to include New Hampshire, California, North Carolina and finally North Dakota.  Louise spent much of her career in retail sales in both Not For Profit and commercial sectors.  She won many awards during her career.  Most notably, Motherhood recognized Louise as the Manager of the Year for Motherhood due to her sales and people skills for the 2010 calendar year. 

Louise can be described as loving, caring, principled, and charismatic.  Despite what she felt on the inside, she always carried on with a very positive demeanor.  She also had a knack for making people laugh with witty jokes and phrases.  Louise was a wonderful mother that cared deeply for her son.  She loved her family even though she showed her love unconventionally and unconditionally.  She will be missed.

Louise is survived by her son, Keith (Kristin) Coggin; her mother, Lorraine (Jerry) Breivold; her siblings, Robert (Nancy) Rheault, Janice (Allen) Richter, Diane (Jerry) Qualey, Ronald (Barbara) Rheault, and Terrance (Kimberly) Rheault.

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  1. Cynthia Stone King (Cindy) says:

    Laurel Hill NCYou will remain in my heart forever, & I will miss our phone call on your birthday. We shared some good times & bad times. Keith, you are in my thoughts & prayers.

  2. Nancy Pearson says:

    So rorry to hear of your family’s loss. We are thinking of you and praying for all.
    Edythe Nelson and daughter Nancy

  3. Karen Gibson Clark says:

    laurinburg ncMy love & prayers go out to Keith & Louie’s entire family. Louie made such an impact on my life. She was always there with that bright smile & an encouraging word. I will NEVER forget her or the life lessons she taught me.

  4. Ginger Coggin says:

    York Beach, ME Louie, I have images in my head of you at Keith’s wedding when you were so happy and vibrant. You are missed.
    I’m sending you love and peace.

  5. Mike & Darlene Wolf says:

    Mesa ASLorriane & Jerry,
    Our thoughts and prayes are with you in the loss of your daughter, Louise. We remember seeing her with you at the Redhawks games. May the dear Lord give you strength and comfort in the coming days.

    Mike & Darlene Wolf

  6. Robert & Nancy Rheault says:

    Rockingham NCOur prayers & thoughts are with you all.
    May God be with you and comfort you.

  7. Jim & Linda Trupka says:

    Moorhead MN
    Our deepest condolences to you & may God be with you during this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  8. Deb Clemenson says:

    fargo ndShe was my best friend though high school and we had our 1st apartment together She’ll always be in my heart

  9. Mary Dahlstrom says:

    Saint Paul Minnesota
    Rest in peace Louie, you will be missed, God Bless you, and keep you in your travels home…….

  10. Megan Riegel says:

    We will miss your Mom’s SO friendly smile!! She was a wonderful woman! Deepest sympathies to your family!
    The Staff of Union State Bank in West Acres Mall,
    Megan, Linda & Jody

  11. Allison Coggin Austin says:

    Louie, Your big beautiful smile will be missed. Rest in peace wonderful lady.

  12. Stacee Ficek says:

    Andover MN
    Louise,
    I will always remember your great sense of humor, you always knew how to make the team laugh! We will truly miss you as you contributed so much to all of us!
    God Bless you Louise,
    Stacee Ficek

  13. Jan Richter says:

    Fargo ND
    Louise, I know that now you can see how much you have been loved. We had so much fun during our good times, and very much sadness in the down times. I will always remember the fun, and I will keep the sadness just under cover so I remember the lessons learned.
    The Lord bless you and keep you.
    The Lord make His Face shine upon
    you and give you peace.
    May your soul rest in peace. Amen

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