Audrey passed away on Friday, November 19, 2021, at the Sanford Hillsboro Medical center at the age of 81. Audrey E. Voje was born on May 15, 1940, in Perley, MN, daughter of Alfred and Anna (Sorenson) Voje. Audrey was raised on the family farm near Lockhart, MN. She received her early education from Lockhart school and later graduated from Gary High School in 1958. Audrey was united in marriage to Roger Anderson in Spring of 1960. To this union came five children. Together they made their home on the family farm near Shelly, MN, until Roger passed in 1976. She continued to raise her family there until she married Henry Geray in 1980. To this union a daughter was born. She loved being a homemaker and caring for her family. She was known for being a great cook especially for her donuts and potato dumplings. She was preceded in death by her first husband Roger, son Michael, grandchildren, Erica Peterson, and Hunter Haman; brothers, Norman, Daniel, Harold, and Robert; sister, Arlene Harshman. She is survived by her sons, Brad (Marci) Anderson, Robert Anderson, Darin Anderson, and daughters, Patricia (Jeff) Anderson and Denise (Wade) Haman; grandchildren Faith Anderson, Bryce Anderson, Sophia Haman, and Wyatt Haman; as well as three great-grandsons, Chase, Xavier, and Adrien; brother George Voje and sister, Marvella Epema. A private family service will be held on Friday, November 26, 2021, at Wildeman-Boulger Funeral Home, Hillsboro, ND.

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  1. To Audrey`s family, I am so sorry for your loss and may God comfort each of you with peace, knowing she is in no more pain or suffering.
    I have lot of fun memories of your Mom, we use to have a ladies softball night in Shelly many years ago and she would come play, also volleyball we all had lot of laughs and fun. Yes, she made wonderful potato dumplings.
    Remember all the good memories you each have of her and Gods Blessings.

  2. Great memories of your Mom and fun times…Great cook and days painting in the Shelly Park preparing for Shelly Days. Sympathy and Bless her memory.Hugs and continued prayers.

  3. I so loved AUDIE…. I know she loved her family so much…she entertained n helped me at Bear Den alot…she help me sponge paint the ladies bathroom there..we were painting away like all day and I asked her how she liked it…she said it’s OK but she couldn’t see very good anyway..OMG FUNNY WOMAN
    she was such a fun friend and thought of her often after. 1 of my favorite memories of Shelly….IM SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS AUDREY FAMILY…PEACE BE WITH YOU

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