Beverly Kasprick

beverly kasprick

Bev Kasprick, 72, Hillsboro, ND, passed away on March 19, 2013 at her home with Hospice care and family by her side.

Bev was born March 1, 1941 in Minot, ND, the daughter of Milton and Opal Olson.  She grew up and attended school in Glenburn, ND.  Bev married Wallace Bartch in 1957.  They moved to Hillsboro, ND in 1968.  While in Hillsboro Bev taught ceramic classes.

In 1981 she married Ernest Kasprick and spent 21 years in East Grand Forks, MN.  Bev loved cooking, gardening, and spending time with family (especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.)  After the passing of Ernie in 2002, she moved to Hillsboro, ND. 

Bev will be greatly missed by her children; Kristy Bartch-Magnusson (Steve), Fargo, ND, Kimberly Folstrom, Hillsboro, ND, Kelly Buhr (Terry), West Fargo, ND, Kirk Bartch, East Grand Forks, MN, Kory Bartch, Barnesville, MN, Kari Patselov (Gene), Fargo, ND; 14 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren and siblings, Sharon Olson, Drusilla Keating, Robert (Lynnette) Olson and Chris (Faith) Olson.

She was preceded in death by her father Milton Olson, stepmother Marian Olson, husband Ernest Kasprick and brother-in-law Erling Olson.

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  1. I am so sorry Kari and family for your loss. When I met your mom a couple times, I couldn’t believe her beauty, style and that she was so fun to be around. What a beautiful person inside and out. Take care Marlene

  2. Princeton MN
    What a classy lady – so much fun to be around. I have so many wonderful memories of being neighbors during Kristy and my high school years. There was the “path” between our home and theirs. Bev taught ceramic lessons – I still have many of the things that I made and remember fondly her teachings. She always had to tell me to slow down a bit, it would take longer than expected. I was too much in a rush.

    You will be missed Bev – a very special lady.

    Rest in peace…..

    Becky & Donnie Willert

  3. Ozark MissouriBev was such a stylish lady, and Kelly and I tested her patience in high school. I remember her sighing “Oh, you girls!” all the time back then. She was a sweet, kind person! My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

  4. Fargo North Dakota
    (ND)To Bev’s family, We lived in Minot and Wally and Les worked together at the Red Owl store. Bev and I were busy with our little ones. But we managed to get together quit often for a house party on a Saturday night. We had a lot of fun and took some trips together too, after they moved to Hillsboro and we moved to Fargo.
    She was a dear friend and I am only sorry we didn’t get to see much of her after they moved. But we mourn your loss with all of you. She was so proud of her family. May God be with all of you.

  5. New Richmond WIMy sympathy to Bev’s Family. Bev was our step mother, grandmother, and friend. She was always so kind and sweet. We loved Bev and she was a great part of our family, she will be missed!

    Bev I know you are very happy walking the heavenly gardens with Dad! Guess what Bev, no weeding needed!

    I love you Bev! Rest in peace!
    Michele Kerlin

  6. Lakewood COWe are so sorry to hear of the loss of Bev. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all! I am grateful for the wonderful memories I have of Bev and will cherish them forever. I know all the Elvis Presley songs because of Bev and will think of her every time I hear them. May the many wonderful memories help you through this difficult time. In Deepest Sympathy and Love, Erin and Derek Lein

  7. Fargo North Dakota
    I will miss you mom, every second of every day for the rest of my life. My life feels so empty without you here. I will miss you at 6:00 am every morning when we use to talk on the phone everyday and drink coffee together for the last ten years. R.I.P. mom, I love you so much.

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