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Timothy "Tim" Herold

October 02, 1966 - June 21, 2019

Memorial Service - Saturday

June 29, 2019
- 2:00 PM

Grace Lutheran Church, Fargo

Burial

January 01, 2019
- 2:00 PM

Calvary Cemetery

Arrangements

Boulger Funeral Home

Timothy "Tim" Herold

October 02, 1966 - June 21, 2019

Obituary

Timothy “Tim” Allen Herold, 52, passed away June 21, 2019 at Sanford Health Hospital.

Tim was born October 2, 1966 to Conrad and Loretta (Erhart) Herold in Jamestown, ND. He worked construction in Jamestown, Fargo, and Bismarck most of his life. He also worked for Dakota Belt in Jamestown for many years. His hobbies included quilting, making jewelry, and working with leather. In his death, a donation was made to Dakota Lions Sight and Health, Sioux Falls, SD.

Tim is survived by his wife, Kim Herold; siblings, Charles (Cheryl) Herold of Bloomington, MN, Andrew Sr. (Debbi) Herold of Berkeley Springs, WV, Joyce (Steve) Brienen of Fargo, ND, Christopher (Kelly) Herold of Brooklyn Park, MN; and many nieces and nephews.

Tim is preceded in death by his parents.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks to make a donation of giving blood.

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5 responses to “Timothy Herold”

  1. Scott A Purvis says:

    Missing you bro !!

  2. Dovi (Gasow) Lee says:

    My thoughts are with you and your family at this hard time caused by they painful loss of Tim. Accept my deepest sympathy. There are no words to express my sorrow for your loss, may you find comfort in the Loving memories you shared while he was alive. Accept my condolences.

  3. Priscilla T. says:

    To the family of Timothy Harold, I offer my heartfelt condolences. Enduring the loss of a loved one in death can take its toll emotionally, even physically. However, Isaiah 41:10 gives the assurance, God “will fortify you…will help you…will really hold on to you” as you face such trying circumstances. May you be fortified by the hopeful words He has promised at Revelation 21:4, 5 in your time of grief.

  4. Melissa Nash says:

    Humans were not made to experience loss and sorrow. Because of that, the pain we feel when we lose someone can feel so lonely. Death can feel so permanent and hopeless.

    I know people always say trust God, take your problems to Him, etc., and it feels like that’s something we should just say. However, there is a lot of truth in there. Earnestly seeking God will make a change and ease the loneliness and sorrow. We just have to let Him do the work though. And that’s what’s hard for us humans to do I think.
    We will be praying for our family!

  5. Tamara Wilbur says:

    Tim, you finally have peace and eternal rest. I will miss our conversations and am so glad we reconnected. You were a wonderful guy that leaves an empty place behind with all who knew you. Surely God opened the gates and welcomed you home. Rest in peace my friend.

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