August 15, 1925 ~ May 10, 2021
Alice's Live Streamed Funeral Service can be viewed by clicking the below link: https://boxcast.tv/view/funeral-for-alice-vangerud-yznhxqubkbfowxqa8kyk Alice Marie (Moon) Vangerud, age 95, went home to her Lord and Savior on Monday, May 10, 2021 at her home in Fargo, at Edgewood Vista, under the care of hospice of the Red River Valley, and surrounded by her loving family. Alice was born in Villard, MN, August 15, 1925 to Willis and Sarah Moon. She graduated from Villard, MN. Alice met the love of her life, Isel, while working together at Corwin in Fargo. They married July 19, 1947 at Olivet Lutheran Church in Fargo. She farmed with her husband and worked at several jobs, including Dakota Clinic and Sears. She loved to bake goodies and share them with everyone. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Isel and her sisters, Ida Hunter, Dorothy Robinson, Mary Vangerud, Winnie Moltzan and Priscilla Bauer. She is survived by son, Brad (Lori) Vangerud, daughter, Lori (Vern) Goble, grandchildren, Brandon (Diane Berg) Goble, Ryan (Heather) Vangerud, Ashley Vangerud, great-grandchildren, special sister, Martha Probst, and many nieces and nephews. A funeral service will be held at 11:00 Thursday, May 13, 2021, at Hope Lutheran Church – South Campus with a visitation one hour prior. (Livestreamed on the funeral home website) Everyone is welcome to a luncheon immediately following the service. A private interment will take place at the Fargo National Cemetery near Harwood, ND. Only separated for 71 days, Alice is now holding the hands of her beloved husband, Isel once again in Heaven.
They made quite a team.What nice people.Im sure they are back together again. Prayers and hugs to family and friends.
So sorry for your loss.
Alice and Isel had a wonderful long life together. Now they will continue eternal life together.
You guys take care.
I’m so very sorry for your loss!! Deepest condolences!
You could tell Isel and Alice loved each other deeply. They were such a fun loving couple. Will miss them.
Lori, my prayers are with you and family. Diane has told me beautiful things about them both.
Godspeed and best wishes. hugs and love.
Jesus got 2 special ones up there.
Alice and Isel were wonderful people, whom we got to know in the last 3 years, before the pandemic, at Hope Lutheran Church. They always sat in the same spot during the traditional service, and we chose to sit right in front of them every time. They were always warm and friendly before and after the service, and we enjoyed their friendship, prayers, family stories, and the beautiful way that they cared for each other.
We shared Christmas letters, and got a real kick out of the stories that Isel sent back.
May you enjoy meaningful memories. Know that the Lord is with you in your grief and in your sharing.
Don and Rhoda Myrvik