October 10, 1933 ~ July 24, 2022

Born in: Berwick, North Dakota
Resided in: Fargo, North Dakota

Bernadine “Bernie” Dorothy Jundt passed away July 24 at the Sanford Fargo Hospice House. Bernie was born October 10, 1933, in Berwick, North Dakota. Her school years began at a one room country school, moving on to Towner, North Dakota and graduating from Rugby High School.

Bernie married Edward “Ed” Jundt in 1951. Ed left for the service and was stationed in Okinawa, Japan. While he was overseas, Bernie worked as a nurse’s aide in the Good Samaritan Hospital in Rugby. When Ed returned from the service, he got a job at the Coast-to-Coast Store in Pembina, North Dakota. They made their life in Pembina, raising five children.

Bernie worked for McKay Brokerage in Noyes, Minnesota and for the Immigration Service in Pembina, ND. Ed was working for Motor Coach Industries and was transferred to Roswell, New Mexico. Living in Roswell, Bernie got her certification as a medical assistant, working for a physician in his private practice.

Bernie and Ed retired to Fargo, North Dakota. Bernie was an avid card player, especially bridge. She played golf, did curling, bowling and square dancing. Bernie enjoyed entertaining and was a great hostess and cook. She made quilts and sewing projects from upholstery to clothing. Genealogy was a passion as she made many books of family history. In Roswell Bernie learned how to paint ceramics and make silver jewelry.

Bernie is survived by her daughters Charlotte (Richard) Feldman and Marilyn (William) Hughes; sons Robert (Debbye) Jundt and Roger (fiancé Sally Roerick) Jundt. Her brother Nicholas (Crystal) Volk and sister Clara Axtman. Bernie’s grandchildren include David and Amanda Feldman; Jared (fiancé Heather Johnson) Hughes; Evan (Ashlee) Hughes; Lesley Hughes, Alexis Olson; Nikki, Dustin (Brittany) and Kelli Hume. Bernie has four great-grandchildren: Sawyer Hughes; Quincy, Sauvie and Sawyer Hume and many nieces and nephews. Her family and friends meant the world to her. She never turned down an opportunity to take a picture or sit, have a cup of coffee and a laugh.

Bernie was preceded in death by her husband Ed, her son Timothy Jundt, her parents Peter and Helen (Bischoff) Volk and her brother-in-law Clifford Axtman.

Bernie’s Video Tribute can be viewed below:

Services

Prayer Service - Friday: July 29, 2022 @ 7:00 pm

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center
123 10th Street
Fargo, North Dakota 58103

7012376441
www.boulgerfuneralhome.com

Visitation - Friday: July 29, 2022 @ 5:00 - 7:00 pm

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center
123 10th Street
Fargo, North Dakota 58103

7012376441
www.boulgerfuneralhome.com

Funeral Mass - Saturday: July 30, 2022 @ 10:30 am

Holy Spirit Catholic Church Fargo, ND
1420 7th St N
Fargo, North Dakota 58102

(701) 232-5900
https://holyspiritfargo.com/

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  1. Char,

    Prayers to you and your family – praying for God’s peace and comfort during this difficult time.

  2. My Deepest Sympathy on the passing of your mother. She was a Remarkable Outstanding Aggressive Wonderful lady. May she RIP In Heaven with your dad!

  3. Sending light and love to your whole family. Thank you Bernie for all the love you showed people and for your generosity. 🙏

  4. Sympathies to all of Bernie’s families
    God Bless 🙏 & know she’s in Heaven w/ our Lord 😇

  5. Prayers to the family, Bernie was always a favorite of mine. We enjoyed her visits to Minot annually. Bernie was a beautiful soul. RIP.

  6. I have tried to reach Bernie several times and did not have any luck. We have missed Playing bridge with her, but because of her moving and Covid it was not possible. She was such a lovely lady in every way. Our bridge group missed her and thought about her many times. If there are bridge games in heaven, no doubt Bernie will be playing and enjoying herself!

  7. Bernie will be missed, but she will ever live on in our hearts. We have such wonderful memories of the years we spent in Roswell with Bernie and Ed just down the street. We did have fun.

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