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Rosemary Vaudrin

August 31, 1951 - May 12, 2019

Visitation

May 20, 2019
9:00 - 10:00 AM

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center

Memorial Service

May 20, 2019
- 10:00 AM

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center

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Boulger Funeral Home

Rosemary Vaudrin

August 31, 1951 - May 12, 2019

Obituary

Rosemary Ann Vaudrin, 67, of Fargo, ND died on May 12th, 2019 at Lilac Homes Assisted Living in Moorhead, MN.

Rosemary was born August 31st, 1951 in Crookston, MN to Josephine Nora Hogan and Leopold (Paul) Vaudrin. She attended school in Crookston and graduated in 1969.

She received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work from UND in 1992. She worked with many adoptions and foster care families in North Dakota over her career.

She is survived by daughter Kristin Slavik of Olathe, KS, grandchildren Katelyn and Mitchell Slavik, Aaron, Benjamin and Maximilian Lindsley, sister Maureen (James) Laughery of Crookston, MN, brothers John Vaudrin of Aurora, CO, twin brother Robert (Jeri) Vaudrin of Fargo, ND and David Vaudrin of Fort Worth, TX, brother-in-law, Jerry Duphorn of Crookston, MN, 19 nieces and nephews, many great nieces and nephews, aunt Patricia Schiebel of Canada, special friend Vicki Melbye, many cousins, and lots of friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, son Nathan Lindsley, son-in-law Andrew Slavik, sister Mary Duphorn, brother James Vaudrin, and sister-in-law Diane Vaudrin.

In lieu of flowers any donations received by the family will be directly donated to a fund for the recognition of foster families in Cass County, something Rose championed for her entire career in social work.

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21 responses to “Rosemary Vaudrin”

  1. Robert says:

    Rest in peace my Beautiful twin sister.

  2. Maureen says:

    Rest in peace my dear sister.

  3. Laurie Davis says:

    I have lost a good friend. I know you are at peace, so I will take comfort in that until we meet again. I am so glad u can talk to your mom now. My birthday will never be the same without your chocolate malts from DQ. Love you my dear friend.

  4. Jon C Duphorn says:

    Always in my heart. Journey’s end but a new Beginning. RIP Rose.

  5. Debra Blanchard says:

    Our prayers and thoughts are with the your family.

  6. Bonnie Kohner says:

    Rest In Peace. Prayers and hugs to the family.

  7. David says:

    Rest in peace Sis.

  8. Mary Glass says:

    You are now with your family in heaven. Rest in peace.

  9. Carrie Smith says:

    Rest in peace Rose, you will be missed.

  10. JoAnn Flanagan says:

    May you rest in the comfort of your Eternal Home. Think of you often Rose, and remember all our “chocolate treats” we shared at CCSS. God Bless You.

  11. Gary Steer says:

    Rosemary, you’ll always be in my thoughts and prayers!
    Especially as I watch Aaron, Ben, and Max! They are so blessed to have you as part of their heritage!

    Gary Steer

  12. Kathy Suedel says:

    Rest in peace Rose. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  13. Nancy Germain says:

    Rose was a wonderful social worker with a wealth of knowledge. She had great insight and I miss working with her. Rest In Peace, my friend.

  14. Amy says:

    Prayers of peace to her family, may memories be beautiful and bring tears of joy as you remember your time together. Rose was a blessing to our family in our fostering journey. She didn’t like winter driving out to us but usually said it was worth the drive for a piece of pie! There wasn’t a visit where she did t make me laugh! May God’s love surround you while you remember a beautiful life and a great woman.

  15. Vicki Melbye says:

    RIP my friend! You will be greatly missed.

  16. Richard A Prudhomme says:

    My condolences to the family, may God take her in is arms

  17. Kasey, Adam, and Reagan says:

    Rose, we hope you have found peace. I will never forget you and the time we spent as neighbors. Rest in peace.

  18. Chris Martin says:

    Rose worked hard and with passion. She made a difference in the world. Rest peacefully, Rose, you have well earned it.

  19. Denise Knox says:

    Kristin, we so sorry for the loss of your birth mother. we enjoyed fishing with her when we vacationed in Osakis all those years ago. May God bless you and your family. Love, Craig, Denise, Sarah and Morgan

  20. Bruggeman Family says:

    Rose, what a gal! Our family is thankful for all of the support Rose provided us over the years. May the love, peace and grace of our Lord surround you & your family.

  21. Leanne Miller says:

    Rose made a difference. She cared and didn’t hesitate to go the extra mile. I remember with fondness her quest to find out the real story behind OJ Simpson case 🙂 She will be missed. May you rest in peace, Rose. Thoughts and prayers of comfort to her family.

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