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Mildred McSparron

June 04, 1915 - April 01, 2010

Gathering:

5-7 PM Thursday, April 8, 2010 at Wildeman Funeral Home in Hillsboro

Prayer Service:

7 PM Thursday, April 8, 2010 at Wildeman Funeral Home in Hillsboro

Funeral Service:

2 PM Friday, April 9, 2010 at Grandin Presbyterian Church

Burial:

Following the service at Grandin Community Cemetery

Arrangements:

Wildeman Funeral Home, Fargo

Mildred McSparron

June 04, 1915 - April 01, 2010

Obituary

Mildred passed away on Thursday, April 1, 2010 at the Hillsboro Medical Center Nursing Home at the age of 94.

Mildred Beatrice Wiger was born to Gerhard and Augusta (Jacobsen) Wiger on June 4, 1915 at Boyne Lake, Manitoba, Canada, where her father took a homestead. The family returned to North Dakota in 1921. Mildred was baptized and confirmed at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Hillsboro. She was united in marriage to Dunbar McSparron on June 4, 1940 when she joined the Presbyterian Church. Mildred was a very active member of the Grandin Presbyterian Church as well as over a 50-year member of the Happy Hour Homemaker’s Club. Dunbar and Mildred farmed in Bohnsack Township for many years until their retirement on October 6, 1991. After their retirement they made their home in Fargo until moving to Kelleher Manor in Hillsboro in October of 2000. Dunbar passed away on February 26, 2001.

Mildred is survived by her son, Daryl (Bette) McSparron of Grandin, ND; her daughter, Linda (Don) Cochrane of Burnsville, MN; her grandchildren – Lisa (Mark) McSparron-Billman, Brett (Belinda) McSparron, Kurt McSparron, Christine Cochrane, Drew (Gretchen) Cochrane, and Heather (Nick) Vinje; and her great grandchildren – Christopher (Christina) McSparron, Brittnye McSparron, Taylor McSparron, Shane McSparron, Joshua Cochrane, Margaret Cochrane, Jack Vinje, and Owen Vinje; and many other very dear relatives.

Mildred was preceded in death by her husband, Dunbar; her brothers, Orville, Gordon, and Willis; and her sister, Grace Porter.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to the Hillsboro Medical Center, Hospice of the Red River Valley, or to the Grandin Presbyterian Church.

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  1. David and Patsy Madsen says:

    Hunter ND
    We send our sincere sympathy to all of you.

  2. Sharon & John Michlitsch says:

    Deepest sympathy for your loss. She was a wonderful lady. Her & Don forever have a special place in our hearts.

  3. James D and Linda E Cochrane says:

    Burnsville MN
    Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, Mother in law–miss you!

  4. Curtis and Sharon Radebaugh says:

    Crosslake, Mn I am saddened to hear of the loss of our dear friend, Millie. We are struggling withour own mother as she recently broke her shoulder. We had talked about Mildred and would hope that she could survive. But our trust in Jesus has led us to the throne. Praise Him for giving us a truly worthy life. PS: She did teach some of us boys how to dance at Bohnsack. I was one of those fortuanate souls. Love, Curt

  5. Barbara Thompson/Hansen says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with all of you….I always so enjoyed visiting with your mother.

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