Allison Moline

allison moline
Allison Nicole Berg was welcomed into the world on February 13, 1983, in Fargo, ND, to parents, Joe and Georgia. The family moved to rural Kindred when she was a toddler. Allison and her twin sister, Kim, were best friends from the start with laughter following them everywhere. Allison graduated from high school in 2001, was deployed with the 119th North Dakota Air National Guard, and then started college in 2002 at the University of North Dakota. Allison met the love of her life, Brandon Moline, during her years at UND. Allison and Brandon were married on May 21, 2005, at St. Maurice Catholic Church, Kindred. They moved to Heber City, UT, where they attended     Mountain View Fellowship, and welcomed their first two children, Isaac and Carter. Following their years in Utah, the Molines moved to Fergus Falls, MN. Shortly after the birth of their third son, Graham, Allison and Brandon started a new adventure in McKinney, TX. Allison immediately made many friends at her local church, Imago Dei. It was in McKinney that she began the process of homeschooling her children. In 2013 Allison and Brandon welcomed their first daughter, Clara. The Moline family left many friends in Texas in early 2016 when they moved to the Minneapolis area, where they were embraced by their new family at Village Church. Their     youngest child, Sheppard, was born in December. Allison was a tremendously creative and talented person. She didn't shy away from a challenge, whether it involved building a table, sewing a costume, offering a delicious meal, or creating a welcoming home. Allison loved living life with Brandon; she was Christ-focused, genuine, funny, and selfless to name only a few. She was an immediate friend to anyone she met. She pursued a relationship with the Lord with her whole being, was a devoted and intentional mother to her five children, and a supportive wife to her husband, Brandon. Allison is survived by her husband, Brandon, and her five children, Isaac, Carter, Graham, Clara, Sheppard; her parents, Joe & Georgia Berg, Kindred ND; brother Matt (Kortney), Aliquippa PA; sister Kim (Matt) Olson, Norfolk VA; sister Brianna Berg, Fargo ND; parents-in-law Tom & Gladys Moline, Heilberger MN; brothers Justin (Sarah), Horace ND; Stephen (Sarah), Fergus Falls MN; Derek (Jordan), Wahpeton ND; grandmother-in-law Arna Stedjan, Fergus Falls MN; 13 nieces and nephews; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.  

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  1. Dear Joe and Georgia: I was so very stunned at hearing about Allison’s passing. My heart just breaks for you and the family. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you, and I pray God will hold you in His glory as you go through this most difficult time. Dee

  2. Joe, Georgia, Kim & Brianna,

    We are very saddened to hear about Allison’s passing. Dr. Hieb and his staff would like to extend our condolences and please know that we will be praying for understanding and consolation for the family. God Bless!

  3. So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all of you. Know that Melvin and Gerty Erickson will be there wrapping their arms around her.
    Trudy Torgerson

  4. Joe and Georgia and Brandon, and families,
    I am so sorry for your loss. We prayed for recovery, and you are still in our prayers.
    Pat Schroeder

  5. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time. Sorry for your loss.

  6. I am shocked and saddened to hear of Allison’s passing. She was a lovely woman and a wonderful mother. I only knew her briefly, as a neighbor in Fergus Falls, yet was touched by her kindness. My thoughts are with Brandon and their children. Deepest sympathy.

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