Donald C. Weeks

donald c. weeks
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Donald passed away on Friday, January 7, 2022, at his home, near Kindred, ND. Donald Charles Weeks was born on November 7, 1947, the son of Ervin and Clara (Hanson) Weeks, in Nevis, MN. He grew up in Fargo where he received his education. Donald proudly served his country in the United States Army from 1968 until 1970. Following his discharge, he returned to North Dakota. Don was united in marriage to Diane Covell on October 16, 1976, in Fargo. They made their home near Harwood, ND. Donald worked as a Pipe Insulator for many years throughout tri-state area. Donald is survived by his wife, Diane of rural Kindred, ND; his sisters - Charlotte Gilji of Washington; Karen (Harold) Bradsteen of Moorhead, MN; Judy (Lance) Gunderson of Frazee, MN; and his brother, Jerry (Patricia) Weeks of Fargo, ND. Also surviving are his daughter, Christina (Jerry) Belling of Walcott, ND; and his grandchildren - Madelaine and Dane; and several nieces and nephews and many other very dear relatives. Donald was preceded in death by his parents, Ervin and Clara; and his siblings – Harold Weeks, Robert “Bob” Weeks, David Weeks, and Colleen Gilmore. Funeral Service: 2 PM Thursday, January 13, 2022, at Boulger Funeral Home in Fargo – with visitation one hour prior to the service – everyone is welcome to attend – for those unable it will be livestreamed on the funeral home website Burial will take place at 1 PM Friday, January 14, 2022 at the Fargo National Cemetery, near Fargo, with Military Honors. Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of life Center in Fargo. To sign the online guest book, please visit our website at

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  1. Living in Washington, I was happy to get to talk to my cousin Don on the phone. I was sad to hear of his passing. I hope time will heal and your family and friends give you the support and love. Take care and God bless.

  2. You are in our prayers. I cherish the time we were able to spend with the two of you. Gone but not forgotten are those who have gone before us. Don will remain in our hearts and minds. Praying for peace and comfort during this difficult time.

  3. You’ll be missed my brother. I know you’re in heaven and as you walked through the Rainbow Bridge your dogs and your two wolves came to meet you. I know you loved that. King and Lolly also saw you and said “HI” Uncle Don. May you be in peace with our loving God.

  4. My condolences. Although I didn’t know many of the Weeks family. I knew and graduated with Judy. Those around us have a hand in molding us into the reflection of whom we become. Giving us the freedom and abilities to be the best version of ourselves. Thank you for sharing your love, fun, experiences that now leave a positive impression and gracious gift for other. — June (Meyers) Lundstrom

  5. I miss my brother Don so much. We used to talk at least once or twice a week. Sometimes more. He was a very special person. We spent summer days at the lake until he didn’t feel well.

  6. Diane, So sad to hear of Don’s passing. What a character! I loved talking to him! He always had great stories. He will be missed. Tina Rustad

  7. I knew Don back in 1970/71 and talked after that before loosing touch. He was a very special man and I was deeply saddened by his passing. God bless him and his family.

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