Dennis Fatland,  age 75 died Wednesday November 26, at his home. He was born March 19, 1939 to Daniel and Norma (Peterson) Fatland in Walcott, ND. He attended school in Walcott, graduating from Walcott High School in 1957. He was a member of Walcott Lutheran Church.

Dennis was drafted into the Army June of 1962. He served 13 months in Korea and was discharged in June of 1964. He worked for American Crystal Sugar and also served as a gravedigger for many years.

Dennis was an avid Yankee fan going back to Mickey Mantle and Joe Dimagio. Dennis loved playing baseball and played for the Walcott Independent baseball team for many years. Dennis met Cindy Erickson his very best friend in 1994 and lived together until present. He enjoyed telling stories and playing pranks on people. Dennis loved his cats and had a gift for training any animal to be a pet.

Dennis is survived by his 2 brothers Dean (Sylvia) Fargo, Darlan (Mary) Walcott, sister; Darlene (Arnold) Hanson, Pueblo,  CO. Special friend Cindy Erickson and children Micah and Mikaela Erickson and her two children, Lillian and Arthur,  and many special nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his parents, 3 brothers; Donald, Duane and Darwin and niece Jan Fatland.

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  1. Minneapolis MN
    So sorry to hear about Dennis leaving us. I hope that we will have a reunion so that I can hear more about how he left.

  2. Fargo N.d.We are so sorry for the loss of Dennis. Our sympathies to our friends Dean and Sylvia Fatland and the families. God bless you all.
    Nels and Harriet3

  3. Moorhead MN
    My sympathies to the family and friends of Dennis. I knew Dennis from Crystal Sugar 1974 to 1976. My Dad knew Dennis as a customer at his laundromat in S Fargo and my Dad loved talking baseball and politics with Dennis. My brother-in-law also worked with Dennis at Crystal Sugar around 1977-78 and they became friends. Dennis was easy to become friends with and I would have liked to play baseball with him in his prime. He was and is a good man.

  4. Wahpeton ND
    We will miss this wonderful Uncle very much. His love for family will never be forgotten. He only takes the best, and now he has Dennis! Love you Uncle Dennis!

  5. Dennis you will always be remembered for your kindness. Your pranks and the happiness you bought to our family. Will miss you.

  6. We used to take our bicycles to the gas station when we had a flat and he would fix it for free. Meant a lot for us because we rode bikes 24/7 back in those days.

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