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Curtis L. Quenette, 86, Fargo, ND passed away on Wednesday, March 23, 2022 at Eventide, Fargo. Curt was born on April 11, 1935 to William and Clara (Dalseg) Quenette. He attended school in West Fargo and graduated in 1953. He joined the Army in 1953 and served for 3 years before returning to Fargo to attend NDSU, formerly NDAC. He played football at NDSU for 3 years and was inducted in the NDSU Hall of Fame in 1973 and then reenlisted in the Army. He was stationed in South Korea, Bolivia, Philippines, Germany, Thailand, India and Italy. He served 2 tours of duty in Vietnam and his final tour of duty was at Ft. Meade, Maryland. He also worked for Hartford Livestock Insurance Division at the Fargo Stockyards before retiring. While home on leave in 1969, he met and married Jeanne Taylor on June 21, 1969. They made their home in West Fargo before retiring to Fargo. Curt is survived by his wife Jeanne; nephews, David Quenette, Stephen (Angela) Quenette, Mark (Jennifer) Quenette, Brad (Brenda) Quenette; niece, Suzanne (Sam) Wagner and many great-nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, William “Bill” and Glen and his niece Kim.

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  1. What a great person, athlete, friend, and husband. We always enjoyed time spent with Curt and Jean. We will miss Curt. RIP.

  2. Curt was very special to us. Loved canning pickles together. So many great memories. 🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️❤️

  3. So sorry for your loss jeane. Just left Fargo after dad’s funeral otherwise I would have surely been there. Would have been nice to have seen all of you also. Take care oh, we’ll be thinking of you!

  4. Love and will miss you Uncle Curt. You have a special place in my heart. I love your sense of adventure (that’s probably where I get it from) and hearing about all the cool places you and Jeanne got to see in this world. I have you and Jeanne to thank for my Europe experience, and it is one I will NEVER forget!
    Say hello to Mom and Dad and give them a hug for me!
    Love you,

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