December 16, 1932 ~ August 19, 2013
Deloris Pearl Quenette, 80, Fargo, passed away on August 19, 2013 at Bethany Retirement Living Center in Fargo. She was born on December 16, 1932 to William and Mertyle (Rieck) Hagen in Sisseton, South Dakota. She spent her childhood in South Dakota before moving to Fargo. In Fargo, she attended Horace Mann High School.
After high school, she worked at a variety of places such as the Fargo Creamery, bus depot, and restaurants as a waitress. On October 25, 1952 she married Robert Quenette and four children were born from this union. She then worked for Fargo Rubber Stamp until her retirement in 1996.
Deloris loved watching movies, particularly action and crime dramas. She also enjoyed reading W.C. Andrews books, and other mystery novels. She really loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren.
She is survived by her children, Terry Quenette, Kerry (Sandy) Quenette; her sister, Marlys (Ken) Douglas; brother, David Hagen; grandchildren, Nathan Jay (Amber) Huseby, Amy Lynn Huseby, Casey Quenette, Curry Quenette, June (Brian) Baldridge, Jake Quenette, Pat (Terese) Quenette, Laura Quenette, Kristy (Joe) Cote, Kayla (Jared) Rippe, Karie Lynn Quenette; 7 great-grandchildren; and many other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Luella Munson; and brothers, LaVern Hagen and Willard Hagen; daughter, Bobbi Lynn Huseby; and son, Jerry Quenette.
Lake Havasu City AZ
We have all of you in our thoughts and prayers.
Love Tina, Rick, Nicole, Alexa, Brooke & Bridget Parriera
CHINO CALIFORNIADEAREST DELORIS, YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN OUR HEARTS FOREVER. JESUS HAS CALLED YOU HOME AND WE WILL SEE YOU AGAIN ONE DAY…..WE LOVE YOUe MORE THEN WORDS CAN SAY, KEN & MARLYS DOUGLAS
CHINO CALIFORNIATO THE SWEETEST AUNT ANY ONE COULD EVER HAVE HAD….I KNOW YOU ARE NOW WITH JESUS AND THAT MAKES IT SO EASIER TO SAY GOOD BYE…
UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN…I LOVE YOU WITH ALL MY HEART, YOUR NIECE BRENDA
West Fargo ND
Am sorry to see that Deloris has passed on. Remember when I was really young I was her Paper Boy and I would come to collect and would always be greated with a big smile from both Deloris and Bob really nice people. Was in the old neighborhood today doing some work on Charlie Frissells house just one street over. Lots of good memories of the old neighborhood and the baseball days. Hold good memories of all the Quenettes my prayers and sympathy go out to all of you.
We went to high school together.
My deepest sympathies on the loss of your mother!
I remember aunt Deloris so well. When my family would visit her and uncle Bob in Fargo every year, she would alway be happy to color with me.