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Nancy Johnson

November 11, 2020

Memorial Service - Saturday

November 14, 2020
- 10:00 AM with a visitation one hour prior.

Hope Lutheran Church - North Campus

The service will be livestreamed on this page.

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Boulger Funeral Home

Nancy Johnson

November 11, 2020

Obituary

The service will be livestreamed at the link below.

https://boxcast.tv/view/nancy-johnson-fntqx462wdngvojtvrht

Nancy Marie Johnson, 95, Fargo, ND passed away on Wednesday, November 11, 2020 at Sanford Health in Fargo. She was born on August 13, 1925 in Grygla, Minnesota, the only child to Pete and Zora (Mertz) Pedersen. She attended Fourtown School in Minnesota before coming to North Dakota when she was 16.

On January 23, 1946 Nancy was united in marriage to Stanley Johnson. They resided and farmed in the Edinburg area until 1984. They moved to Fargo in October of 2006.
In 1967 Nancy started her career as nurse’s aide. She worked at the nursing home in Park River for 20 years.

Some of Nancy’s favorite hobbies were reading, bowling, and doing puzzles. Known as a people person, she was very social and enjoyed playing cards with family and friends. She was an active member of Hope Lutheran Church – North Campus.

She is survived by her daughters, Peggy (Dave) Monsebroten of Fargo, ND and Mavis (Duane) Oskey of Valrico, FL; 4 sons, Harold (Robin) of Arlington, TX, Norman (Connie), of Cameron Park, CA, Larry (Kathy) of Pembina, ND and Glenn (Annette) of Yankton, SD. She also has 17 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren surviving her.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Stan; and grandson, Ross Monsebroten.

There will be a memorial service at 10:00 AM on Saturday, November 14, 2020 at Hope Lutheran Church- North Campus, Fargo with a visitation one hour prior. The service will be livestreamed on Boulger Funeral Home’s website. Graveside services will be at 4:00 PM on Saturday at Garfield Cemetery, Edinburg, ND.

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13 responses to “Nancy Johnson”

  1. Kim Pilon says:

    Peggy,

    May God turn your time of darkness into light again. May he stay by your side during this difficult time.
    Your family is in my thoughts & prayers.

    Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. – Matthew 5:4

    Love always
    Kim

  2. Jennifer Seim Holand says:

    My deepest sympathy, Nancy was so kind, and will be missed by many.

  3. Brandie Postrero and family says:

    You’re all in my thoughts & prayers.
    All my Love ♥️

  4. Phyllis (Bakke) Stanley says:

    My sympathy to your family. Hold close the good memories!

  5. Teresa Nygard says:

    I was very privileged to have gotten to know Nancy 4 years ago when my parents moved in next door to her at trollwood Village in North Fargo. They got to be great friends and Nancy would be able to pop in just like she did in the old days in Edinburg for coffee and cookies. She was a great neighbor and would always stop by and see that they made it to lunch down in the dining room as my parents had memory problems. They needed a little reminder. However their memory problems never bothered her because they enjoyed life in the moment and enjoyed other’s company very much. She taught me how to say “sleep well” in Norwegian and also reminded my parents of their Norwegian heritage when she would tell them “sov godt” every night before she went back to her apartment. It has become a treasured saying that I also say to my mom when I tell her goodnight. I got to take her along on some adventures with my folks and another friend Yvonne as we would go out to eat, to lutefisk dinners, the Maplewood State Park, to the lake, spa day at k nails and even drove up to County 20 see the Texas Longhorns. She was a wonderful Christian lady who had a lot of joy in her heart and happily shared it with others. I will miss you Nancy.
    Sov Godt

  6. Lisa Ramsey says:

    My sincerest thoughts and prayers for your loss. Your family’s bond, love, and Christian values are a testimony to her legacy that will be passed on to future generations. May God grant you His peace until you meet once more in His kingdom

  7. Natalie (Koska) Wiste says:

    My deepest sympathy to all who loved Nancy.

    My mother, Alice, was her cousin. They were more than cousins; they were friends. Whenever we visited North Dakota, spending time with Nancy and her family was a priority. Nancy would visit over at my aunt Eva Johnson’s or at my grandma Agnes Peterson’s. I still can hear Nancy’s voice, and see her sipping her coffee.

    Mom passed away in 1981. It pleases my heart to know that Nancy and my mother are reunited again with Jesus!

    Blessings to you.

    Natalie (Koska) Wiste

  8. Louise Bruce says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Aunt Nancy was a very special lady.
    Loving memories will be with you always

  9. Edroy + Beth Monsebroten says:

    Dave and Peggy and family,
    We’re thinking of you today. Our sympathies. The funeral was beautiful. Wish we could have been there. .
    Love Edroy and Beth

  10. inarspanier@gmail.com says:

    This was so beautiful..so many pics with family..tears in my eyes through the whole video..but so proud of this family for the love & care of sweet Nancy..loved the pics of her & Stanley..they are together again..love this Johnson family

    Love always,
    Mike & Ina Spanier

  11. Dave Berg says:

    Nancy and Stanley,
    What a truly beautiful family you have :}

  12. Sandy Sandvik says:

    A legacy of love!
    As cousins growing up in same rural area, we would hear the old stories of our relatives and our folk’s early days. Making memories together as we would visit at each other’s farm, picnics at Homme Dam, roller skating, special occasions. Now we are hearing our brother’s retell their stories of youth! Even though siblings branched out to various states…we are blessed to have connection with family. I always enjoyed visiting with Nancy…loved her jovial laughter. Embrace her legacy of love. Prayers to all family and friends for God’s peace.
    Sandy

  13. Jan Myrdal Morrell says:

    Sending sympathy from Memphis. God’ Peace!

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