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Steven Viseth

February 15, 2008

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Steven Viseth

February 15, 2008

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Steven Viseth, 45, of Fargo died in his home, Friday February 15, 2008.

Steven Paul Viseth was born May 24, 1962 to Gerald and Adeline Viseth in Mayville, ND. He graduated from Mayport High School and then attended St. Cloud College. He served with the Army National Guard for six years. He lived in Washington State where he worked as a scuba diver. In the early 1990?s he moved to Minneapolis where he worked for CPU Options as a salesman. He then later lived in California before returning to Fargo in 2005.

Steven enjoyed the outdoors, hunting, camping, scuba diving, rock climbing and computers.

He is survived by his daughter, Cassandra Daniels of Minneapolis, MN; mother, Adeline Hayes of Fargo, ND; brothers, Wayne (Carla) of West Fargo, ND, Ronald (Jody) Viseth of Mayville, ND, Allan (Nancy) Viseth of Fargo, ND; sisters; Deanna (Ned) Coon of Fargo, ND, Emily (Alan) Kraling of Minneapolis, MN, Marlene (Loren) Kensrud of Duluth, MN, Peggy (Tim) O?Shea of San Diego, CA, Carol (Gary) Vigen of Hatton, ND, Mary Beth (George) Elliot of Bakersfield, CA.

He was preceded in death by his father Gerald; two brothers, Larry and Douglas Viseth.

VISITATION: 6:30 -7:30 pm Monday, February 18, 2008 in Boulger Funeral
Home, Fargo.
PRAYER SERVICE: 7:30 pm Monday, February 18, 2008 in Boulger Funeral Home,
Fargo.

FUNERAL: 10:00 am Tuesday, February 19, 2008 in St. Mary?s Cathedral, Fargo.

Online guestbook at www.boulgerfuneralhome.com

Arrangements entrusted to Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

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  1. Gary Martinek says:

    New Brighton 55112Steve was my best friend.
    I’m sorry for your loss.
    Gary

  2. Angie (Peterson) Kaelberer says:

    Waseca MN
    I was very sorry to hear about Steve. I hadn’t seen him for many years, but remember he was always nice to everyone and also his quiet sense of humor. My sympathy to Adeline and all of the Viseth brothers and sisters.

    Take care,

    Angie Peterson Kaelberer (cousin)

  3. Michele Tanner says:

    Coon Rapids MN
    I will always remember Steve’s smile and sense of humor. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Michele Tanner

  4. Diane says:

    Brooklyn Park MN
    I was so saddened to hear of the passing of our friend Steve. I worked at CPU Options with Steve many years ago, and he was one of the nicest guys around! I remember him always talking about Cassandra and how much he loved his little girl. I’m sure she’s all grown up now, but where ever he moved to, he always missed his precious daughter. I believe he is finally at peace in heaven! I pray for peace & comfort, and extend my sympathy to his family and friends.

  5. Nancy Idso says:

    Portland N. Dak.To all Steve’s family, our deepest sympathies. I will always remember Steve as a good friend and fun to be around, not so long ago it seems he was in the area and was great to see him. He will be missed by many.
    God Bless

  6. Christi (Cordahl) Foss says:

    Finley ND
    58230Dear Carol and Gary,

    I was so shocked to hear of Steve’s passing. Some of my fondest memories from HS were spending weekends hanging out with Steve. I will never forget his infectous smile and laugh and his crazy sense of humor..he will surely be missed by many. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your entire family during this most difficult time. God Bless.

    Sincerely,
    Jerry, Christi, Trenton and Taylor Foss

  7. Michael & Melanie McNeff says:

    Andover MN
    My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Viseth family. Steve was a good friend and a great person to be around. We worked together and Steve introduced me to bowhunting…which aside from my family is one of my biggest passions. I will always be thankful for the time we had as friends.

  8. Lori Duzan says:

    Eden Prairie MN
    I worked with Steve at CPU Options while he was here and enjoyed his humor and his unique way of looking at life. I worked with Doug as well and am working with Al Viseth still today. All three of the Viseth men have a very special way of looking at life and enjoying it to the fullest which must of been pasted down from their parents. Steve was a joy to spend time with which made the difficult days at work so much easier to take. I hadn’t seen much of Steve in the last 8 years and missed not being able to. I know that he is with the Lord now and living life in the Lord’s presense to the fullest!! Thank you Lord for sharing Steve with us for 45 years!!
    Lori Duzan
    CPU Options
    Minneapolis, MN

  9. Bob & Lisa Carlson says:

    Stoughton WIPlease accept our most sincere sympathies. Lisa and I were classmates of Steve’s and while it is too easily said, we will miss his smile.

    Its been in excess of 20 years since we visited with Steve and that has been our loss. We allowed the busy day-to-day get in the way….lesson learned.

    Do take care and be well.

  10. Lori (Wolden) Nelson says:

    Portland ND
    I grew up with Steve. Being a Catholic in a small town, we were few and far between, so we stuck together. I have many fond memories of Steve. He was very kind. He was always fun to be around! My thoughts and prayers are with his family. You have my deepest sympathy. LORI

  11. Doris Kranz says:

    Fargo ND

    Dear Adeline,

    My Deepest Sympathy to you and
    your Family
    In the loss of your Son
    Steven.

    Love & Prayers,
    Doris Kranz

  12. Catherine Orvik says:

    Fargo ND
    I forgot to relate that I cannot make it to Steve’s funeral as I am going into inpatient hospitalization on Monday AM. Steve would be very, very proud of me for taking this step. He was one of my biggest cheerleaders. I will be at his services in spirit. God Bless.

  13. Catherine Orvik says:

    Fargo ND
    I met Steve around 2 years ago when we were both in partial treatment at MeritCare. The moment he walked in the room I knew I liked him. There was just something about him that I was drawn to. We became fast friends and I loved to spend time with him talking. We understood each other and in Steve I found an incredible friend. I have so many fun memories of Steve. He made me laugh, he believed in me and most of all he let me be myself. I loved Steve with all of my heart and I will miss everyday. I hope that Steve has found the peace that he was searching for and I hope he knows he made a difference in my life. Steve’s friendship came at a time in my life that was dark and unsure. He made my life brighter. He made me smile. I will forever miss my ‘Steverino’ and I will always be his Catrina.
    My prayers to his family and friends.

  14. David and Andrea Lee says:

    Hatton ND
    Our sympathies go out to all of you on the loss of Steve. He was a good friend growing up. We have such fond memories of him in high school. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

  15. Lisa (Karlstad) Rakowski says:

    Mayville ND
    I am sorry to read about the loss of Steve – he was a classmate of mine from Mayville-Portland. Very sweet guy.

  16. Len & Linda Viseth says:

    Moorhead 56560We are so sorry for your loss. Our Thoughts & Prayers are with you, Now & Always.

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