Cora Lynn Hamm

cora lynn hamm
Lynn's service will be livestreamed below starting at 2:00 PM Thursday, August 26, 2021
Cora Lynn Hamm “Lynn” was born July 2, 1952 to Gordon and Elaine Morud in Fargo. She graduated from Fargo South High school in 1970. She was united in marriage to Alvin Wanner Jr, on Nov 21, 1970. They later divorced. From this union, two children were born, Paul Lee in 1971 and Pamela Lynn in 1973. Lynn worked as a night auditor at the Holiday Inn for almost 35 years starting around 1980 . She also took over her grandfather’s tax preparation business Morud Tax Service in 1977 until around 2015. Lynn was able to give the gift of sight by donating her corneas. She was preceded in death by her father Gordon, mother Elaine and brother Dale. Lynn is survived by her significant other of 18 years, Jeroy Christianson of Fargo, son, Paul Wanner (Julee) of Moorhead and children Shaun Sinner, Ariah Pavola and Kaden Pavola. Daughter, Pamela Mjoness (Andrew) of Moorhead and children Cassandra Amundson, Micaela Sisk (Aaron), Brenna Mjoness, Kaeson Mjoness and one great grandson Xavier Amundson. Brothers Jeff Morud (Sharon) of Mesa, AZ, Greg Morud (Yvonne) of Cedar Rapids, IA, Phillip Morud (Kerri) of Thief River Falls, MN and sister Melinda Grosz of Fargo. Lynn is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Mom, now you are free to drink all the orange pop you want and to chase that big slot machine jackpot in the sky.

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  1. Sending you all so much love, prayers and comfort as you navigate the days ahead of you. Hugs to all of you!

  2. So very sorry for the loss of Aunt Lynn! Lifting my cousins, Pam and Paul, as well as their families up in prayer! May God’s presence bring you both peace and comfort during this difficult time.

  3. I’m so sorry to hear about aunt Lynn. I remember when I would babysit for Paul and Pam alot of times I would stay after JR. and Lynn got home and play canasta with Lynn. She let me win sometimes. She taught me how to play wist, married widow, rummy and cribbage. Such fond memories. R.I.P AUNT LYNN.

  4. Very sorry to hear you’re not with us anymore. I will always remember that working the night shift with you was a lot of fun. We’ll see each other again.

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